[jee-buh s] /ˈdʒi bəs/
an ancient Canaanite city taken by David: it later became Jerusalem.
trodden hard, or fastness, or “the waterless hill”, the name of the Canaanitish city which stood on Mount Zion (Josh. 15:8; 18:16, 28). It is identified with Jerusalem (q.v.) in Judg. 19:10, and with the castle or city of David (1 Chr. 11:4,5). It was a place of great natural strength, and its capture was one of David’s most brilliant achievements (2 Sam. 5:8).
[toob-kahl] /tubˈkɑl/ noun 1. a mountain in SW Morocco: highest peak in the Atlas Mountains. 13,671 feet (4167 meters).
[jeb-yuh-sahyt] /ˈdʒɛb yəˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a member of an ancient Canaanite people that lived in .
[jeb-yuh-sahyt] /ˈdʒɛb yəˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a member of an ancient Canaanite people that lived in . the name of the original inhabitants of Jebus, mentioned frequently among the seven nations doomed to destruction (Gen. 10:16; 15:21; Ex. 3:8, 17; 13:5, etc.). At the time of the arrival of the Israelites in Palestine they were ruled […]
able through Jehovah, the wife of King Amaziah, and mother of King Uzziah (2 Chr. 26:3).