Burning, so named on account of the fire which fell upon the Israelites for their murmings while encamped here, Nu 11:1-3; De 9:22.
burning, a place in the wilderness of Paran, where the "fire of the Lord" consumed the murmuring Israelites (Nu 11:3; De 9:22). It was also called Kibroth-hattaavah (q.v.).
("burning".) A place in the wilderness of Paran where a fire from Jehovah consumed many Israelites at the outer edge of the camp, for their murmurings (Nu 11:3; De 9:22). It was close by Kibroth Hattaavah, and not a separate encampment; it therefore is not enumerated in Nu 33:16.
An unidentified 'station' of the Israelites (Nu 11:3; De 9:22).
Name given to a place in the wilderness of Paran, where the Israelites murmured and were consumed by the fire of the Lord until Moses prayed for them. The name signifies 'burning.' Nu 11:1-3; De 9:22. Not identified.