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the lot. See note on Joshua 14:1 .
children = sons.
fetched a compass. English idiom. Hebrew turned about. Compare Acts 28:13 .
coast = border or boundary.
bay = tongue.
Hinnom. Some codices, with three early printed editions, and Syriac, read the sons of Hinnom".
giants = the Rephaim. See note on Joshua 12:4
side, or slope, or shoulder.
the LORD . Hebrew. Jehovah. App-4 .
Arba Compare note on Joshua 14:15 .
Caleb drove thence. Compare Judges 1:10 , It seems that some evidently returned and repossessed it.
Debir = Place of the Greekcle.
Kirjath-sepher = Book Town.
she lighted off. Compare Genesis 24:64 . 1 Samuel 25:23 .
What wouldest thou? Literally "What to thee? " = "What aileth thee? "
a blessing = a present. Compare Judges 1:15 . 1 Samuel 25:27 .
springs of water. Figure of speech Metonymy (of Adjunct), i.e. land containing them ( App-6 ).
he. Some codices, with four early printed editions, Septuagint, Syriac, and Vulgate, read "Caleb".
Hazor. Figure of speech Epanadiplosis ( App-6 ).
and Ain, and Rimmon : should be "and En-Rimmon".
From. Some codices, with four early printed editions, read "and from".
the mountains = the hill country.
Kirjath-arba. Compare Joshua 14:15 with Joshua 15:13 .
Judah could not, Ac. Compare Judges 1:8 . Caleb succeeded at Hebron. Not until David's day was this thoroughly accomplished (2 Samuel 5:3 , 2 Samuel 5:6 , 2 Samuel 5:7 ).
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