Strong's #H7414, #G4471
There are at least three Biblical cities with the name Ramah. One of these is located in Naphtali's territory and another in Asher's. A third Ramah, which is spelled Rama in the King James New Testament, is located within the tribe of Benjamin's territory (1Samuel 10:2).
Ramah in Benjamin is the birthplace, home and burial location of the prophet Samuel. Herod the Great's slaughter of all Bethlehem (and the surrounding area) males two years old or younger, in an attempt to kill Christ, fulfilled prophecy involving Ramah (see Jeremiah 31:15).
Joshua 18:25, 19:29, 1Samuel 1:19, 2:11, 7:17, 8:4, 19:18, 25:1, 1Kings 15:17, 2Kings 8:29, Jeremiah 31:15, 40:1, Matthew 2:18
Double height of the watchers
Ramathaimzophim is possibly another name for Ramah, the birthplace of Samuel the prophet.
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High place (height) of watch tower
Ramathmizpeh was a city given to the tribe of Gad as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Heights, elevations, He is Most High
Strong's #H7216, #H3406
Ramoth, a town east of the Jordan River in Gilead, was one of the six cities of refuge set up by ancient Israel.
A man named Ramoth, whose name is derived from the Hebrew word meaning "elevations" or "He is Most High" (Strong's #H3406), is listed as a son of Bani by Ezra (Ezra 10:29).
Deuteronomy 4:43, Joshua 20:8, 21:38, 1Samuel 30:27, 1Kings 22:3, 1Chronicles 6:73, 80, Ezra 10:29
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Ensnarer, to clog
Rebekah, the sister of Laban, was the wife of Isaac. She was healed of being barren after her and her husband prayed to God. She gave birth to twins boys named Esau and Jacob (later Israel).
Genesis 22:23, 24:15 - 67, 25:20 - 28, 26:7 - 35, 27:5 - 46, 28:5, 29:12, 35:8, 49:31
Rehob was the king of Zobah whose son was defeated by King David near the Euphrates River. Another man named Rehob was a witness to a covenant made by Nehemiah the prophet.
Rehob was also the name of two cities within the tribe of Asher's territory.
Numbers 13:21, Joshua 19:28, 30, 21:31, Judges 1:31, 2Samuel 8:3, 12, 10:8, 1Chronicles 6:75, Nehemiah 10:11
A people has enlarged
Rehoboam was the son of King Solomon who became the first ruler over the Kingdom of Judah after Israel split into two separate pieces in 930 B.C.
Rehoboam, at the age of 41, was the oldest known king to assume the throne in either Judah or Israel. He reigned from 930 to 917 B.C.
1Kings 11:43, 12:1 - 27, 14:21 - 31, 15:6, 1Chronicles 3:10, 2Chronicles 9:31, 10:1 - 18, 11:1 - 22, 12:1 - 16, 13:7
Ballusters, rests, stays, resting places
Rephidim was one of the places Israel camped at after leaving Egyptian bondage. The first post-Exodus war God's people fought occurred in Rephidim when the Amalekites carried out an unprovoked attack on Israel's weakest people (women, children, the elderly, those who are sick, etc.).
Rephidim is also the place where Jethro, Moses' father-in-law, advises him to delegate his responsibilities to others.
Exodus 17:1, 8, 19:2, Numbers 33:14 - 15
Resen was one of the many cities built by Nimrod.