The Authorized Version, following the Vulgate, has this rendering in Josh. 19:34. It has been suggested that, following the Masoretic punctuation, the expression should read thus, “and Judah; the Jordan was toward the sun-rising.” The sixty cities (Havoth-jair, Num. 32:41) on the east of Jordan were reckoned as belonging to Judah, because Jair, their founder, was a Manassite only on his mother’s side, but on his father’s side of the tribe of Judah (1 Chr. 2:5, 21-23).
[joo-dey-i-kuh] /dʒuˈdeɪ ɪ kə/ plural noun 1. things pertaining to Jewish life and customs, especially when of a historical, literary, or artistic nature, as books or ritual objects. /dʒuːˈdeɪɪkə/ plural noun 1. the literature, customs, culture, etc, of the Jews 2. books or artefacts of Jewish interest, esp as a collection
[joo-dee-ist, -dey-, -duh-, joo-dey-] /ˈdʒu di ɪst, -deɪ-, -də-, dʒuˈdeɪ-/ noun 1. an adherent or supporter of . 2. (in the early Christian church) a convert from who followed or advocated Jewish rites or practices.
[joo-dee-ahyz, -dey-, -duh-] /ˈdʒu diˌaɪz, -deɪ-, -də-/ verb (used without object), Judaized, Judaizing. 1. to conform to the spirit, character, principles, or practices of Judaism. verb (used with object), Judaized, Judaizing. 2. to bring into conformity with Judaism. /ˈdʒʊdeɪˌaɪz/ verb 1. to conform or bring into conformity with Judaism 2. (transitive) to convert to Judaism […]
[joo-duh s] /ˈdʒu dəs/ noun 1. Also called Judas Iscariot. the disciple who betrayed Jesus. Mark 3:19. 2. a person treacherous enough to betray a friend; traitor. 3. Also called Saint Judas, Saint Jude. one of the 12 apostles (not Judas Iscariot). Luke 6:16; Acts 1:13; John 14:22. 4. a brother of James (and possibly […]