grape-town, one of the cities in the mountains of Judah, from which Joshua expelled the Anakim ( Joshua 11:21 ; 15:50 ). It still retains its ancient name. It lies among the hills, 10 miles south-south-west of Hebron.
a grape; a knot
a'-nab (`anabh, "grapes"; Codex Vaticanus, Anon or Anob):
Mentioned in the list of cities which fell to Judah (Joshua 15:50). In the list it follows Debir, from which it was a short distance to the Southwest. It lay about twelve males to the Southwest of Hebron. It was a city of the Anakim, from whom Joshua took it (Joshua 11:21). Its site is now known as the rum `Anab.
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