her idol; she that is governed or subdued; a spouse
[BAAL, NO. 2]
ba'-a-la ba`alah; ("possessor," "mistress "):
Three occurrences of this name:
(3) Mount Baalah (Joshua 15:11), a mountain ridge between Shikkeron (Ekron) and Jabnoel unless, as seems probable, the suggestion of M. Clermont-Ganneau (Rev. Crit, 1897, 902) is correct that for har ( = "mount"), we should read nahar ("river"). In this case the border in question would be the Nahr rubin. Here there is an annual feast held--attended by all classes and famous all over Syria--which appears to be a real survival of "Baal worship."
E. W. G. Masterman
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