5 occurrences in 5 dictionaries

Reference: Misgab

Easton

height, a town of Moab, or simply, the height=the citadel, some fortress so called; or perhaps a general name for the highlands of Moab, as some think (Jer 48:1). In Isa 25:12, the word is rendered "high fort."

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Fausets

("the elevated spot".) In Moab Jer 48:1), "the high land of Moab." (Furst.)

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Hastings

Mentioned along with Nebo and Kiriathaim in the oracle against Moab (Jer 48:1). Perhaps it is not intended as a proper name. The same Heb. term occurs in Isa 25:12, where both AV and RV tr 'high fort' (cf. 2Sa 22:3; Ps 9:9 bis Ps 18:2; 6/7/type/kjv'>46:7,11; 48:3; 59:9,6/type/kjv'>16-17; 62/2/type/kjv'>62:2,6; 94:22; 144:2; Isa 33:16.

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Morish

Mis'gab

Place in Moab denounced by the prophet. Jer 48:1. It reads 'high place' in the margin. Without the article the word is translated 'defence,' 'high fort,' 'refuge,' etc.

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Smith

Mis'gab

(height), a place in Moab.

Jer 48:1

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Isa 25:12

thorough there rendered in the Authorized Version "high fort."

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