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generations. Given here, as no more is to be said about him.
Adah. Her second name was Bashemath, Genesis 26:34 .
Aholibamah. Her second name was Jud 26:34 ; and her father, Anah, got a second name also from his discovery of the hot springs (see note on "rnules", Genesis 36:24 ). in Genesis 26:34 , called Hittite, because Hittite included Hivite.
daughter. Samaritan Pentateuch, Septuagint, and Syriac read "son".
Bashemath also had a second name, Mahalath, Genesis 28:9 .
and. Note the Figure of speech Polysyndeton, App-6 , pointing with emphasis to each item.
persons = souls, Hebrew. nephesh. App-13 .
Canaan. Esau's sons, born in the land wen t out of it. Jacob's sons, all born out of it and went into it.
Jacob. "Unto Seir" should be added, according to Ginsburg Hebrew Text.
Esau is Edom. Should be "Esau, he is Edom".
Teman. Whence came Eliphaz the Temanite. Job 2:11 ; Job 15:1 .
Amalek. One of Israel's bitterest foes, with whom Jehovah has perpetual war, Exodus 17:8 , Exodus 17:14 . Compare Numbers 24:20 . Deuteronomy 25:17-19 . The land of A. so-called by Figure of speech Prolepsis ( App-6 .), in Genesis 14:7 .
sons. The "sons" of Adah are her son and grandsons.
dukes. Hebrew chiefs, or, chieftains.
who inhabited, &c. The Horites were a branch of the Nephilim. See App-23 and App-25 .
children = sons.
Timna. Compare Genesis 36:12 .
both. Some codices, with Samaritan Pentateuch, Septuagint, and Syriac, omit "both".
found. Heb, matza, to happen on, discover (not invent); to find (not find out).
es. Hab. hayyemim, hot springs (with Vulgate and Syriac), hence Anah got the name of Beeri from Beer, a well, Compare Genesis 26:34 ; and to distinguish him from the Anah of Genesis 36:20 .
before there reigned. The reference is to Genesis 17:6 and Genesis 35:11 .Deuteronomy 17:14-20 .
the river, i.e. the Euphrates.
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