My brother is exalted, brother of height
Woman of the tent, my tent is in her
Tent of the high place, tent of height
Aholibamah is the name of one of Esau's wives. It is also the name of one of Esau's eleven sons, all of which are Biblically called chieftans or dukes.
Genesis 36, 1Chronicles 1:52
2Samuel 3:7, 21:8 - 11, 1Chronicles 1:40
Ain was a Levitical city within the tribe of Simeon's land. It is also the name of one of Israel's boundary cities in Canaan.
Numbers 34:11, Joshua 15:32, 19:7, 21:16, 1Chronicles 4:32
Deerfield, field of deer
Ajalon (Aijalon), given to the tribe of Dan as an inheritance in the Promised Land, was also designated a Levitical city. It is the place where the moon miraculously stood still while Joshua battled with the Amorites. During the reign of Judah's King Ahaz Ajalon was captured and repopulated by the Philistines.
The territory inherited by Zebulun also has a city named Aijalon. Elon, one of ancient Israel's Judges, is buried near the city.
Joshua 10:12, 19:42, 21:24, Judges 1:35, 12:12, 1Samuel 14:31, 1Chronicles 6:69, 8:13, 2Chronicles 11:10, 28:18
1Chronicles 3:24, 9:17, Ezra 2:42, 45, Nehemiah 8:7, 11:19, 12:25
Alemeth and Alameth are derived from the same Hebrew word. Alemeth was the name of a city given to the tribe of Benjamin as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Jonathan, King Saul's son, was a dear friend and companion of King David. Alemeth is the name of one of Jonathan's descendants. Benjamin, a founder of one of Israel's tribes, had a grandson named Alameth.
1Chronicles 6:60, 7:8, 8:36, 9:42
Mark 15:21, Acts 4:6, 19:33, 1Timothy 1:20, 2Timothy 4:14