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(n point or thorn.)
+ A town in the mountain district of Judah. (Joshua 15:48) only. It probably lay some eight or ten miles south of Hebron.
+ A place in Mount Ephraim, the residence and burial-place of Tola the judge. (Judges 10:1,2) Perhaps Samur, half-way between Samaria and Jenin .
+ A Kohathite, son of Micah or Michal, the first-born of Uzziel. (1 Chronicles 24:24)