[jeb-yuh-sahyt] /ˈdʒɛb yəˌsaɪt/
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 by Adonizedek (Josh. 10:1, 23). They were defeated by Joshua, and their king was slain; but they were not entirely driven out of Jebus till the time of David, who made it the capital of his kingdom instead of Hebron. The site on which the temple was afterwards built belonged to Araunah, a Jebusite, from whom it was purchased by David, who refused to accept it as a free gift (2 Sam. 24:16-25; 1 Chr. 21:24, 25).
able through Jehovah, the wife of King Amaziah, and mother of King Uzziah (2 Chr. 26:3).
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(1.) Invoker of Jehovah. The son of Shimri, a chief Simeonite (1 Chr. 4:37). (2.) One of those who repaired the walls of Jerusalem after the return from Babylon (Neh. 3:10). (3.) Knowing Jehovah. The chief of one of the courses of the priests (1 Chr. 24:7). (4.) A priest in Jerusalem after the Exile […]
[jed-bur-oh, -buhr-oh or, esp. British, -bruh] /ˈdʒɛd bɜr oʊ, -bʌr oʊ or, esp. British, -brə/ noun 1. a border town in the Borders region, in SE Scotland: ruins of an abbey.