rim-mon-pe'-rez (rimmon perets; the King James Version Rimmon-parez):
A desert camp of the Israelites (Numbers 33:19), unidentified. Gesenius translates rimmon as "pomegranate," the place deriving its name from the abundance of pomegranates. But Conder derives it from ramam, "to be high," and translates it "cloven height."
See WANDERINGS OF ISRAEL.
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