And there fell ten portions to Manasseh, beside the land
Gilead and Bashan, which [were] on the other side Jordan
The lot which fell to the half tribe of Manasseh was divided into ten parts: according to the Jewish writers, the six families before mentioned had six parts, and the daughters of Zelophehad had four parts; one on the account of Zelophehad their father, two on the account of their grandfather Hepher, who they say was the firstborn, and one on account of their uncle, their father's brother, who died in the wilderness without children; so Jarchi and Kimchi relate from the Talmud F11; but the true case seems to be this, there were six portions for the six families, but there being no sons in Hepher's family, his part was divided into five, and given to the five daughters of Zelophehad:
beside the land of Gilead and Bashan, which [were] on the
which were given to the other half tribe, as before observed, ( Joshua 13:29-31 ) .