intelligence, a city ruled over by Sihon, king of the Amorites (Josh. 3:10; 13:17). It was taken by Moses (Num. 21:23-26), and became afterwards a Levitical city (Josh. 21:39) in the tribe of Reuben (Num. 32:37). After the Exile it was taken possession of by the Moabites (Isa. 15:4; Jer. 48:2, 34, 45). The ruins of this town are still seen about 20 miles east of Jordan from the north end of the Dead Sea. There are reservoirs in this district, which are probably the “fishpools” referred to in Cant. 7:4.
[hee-shee] /ˈhiˈʃi/ 1. a combined form used as a singular nominative pronoun to denote a person of either sex: Each student may begin when he/she is ready.
fatness, a town in the south of Judah (Josh. 15:27).
[hesh-vuh n, -vahn, khesh-] /ˈhɛʃ vən, -vɑn, ˈxɛʃ-/ noun 1. the second month of the Jewish calendar. /xɜʃˈvɑn/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Cheshvan
[hee-see-uh d, hes-ee-] /ˈhi si əd, ˈhɛs i-/ noun 1. fl. 8th century b.c., Greek poet. /ˈhɛsɪˌɒd/ noun 1. 8th century bc, Greek poet and the earliest author of didactic verse. His two complete extant works are the Works and Days, dealing with the agricultural seasons, and the Theogony, concerning the origin of the world […]