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The meaning of Zemarite in the Bible
(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)

zem'-a-rit (ha-tsemari; ho Samaraios): A Canaanite people named in Genesis 10:18; I Chronicles 1:16. The occurrence of the name between Arvadite and Hamathite gives a hint as to locality. A place called Cumur is mentioned in the Tell el-Amarna Letters along with Arvad. The name probably survives in that of Sumra, a village on the seacoast between Tripolis and Ruwad, about 1 1/2 miles North of Nahr el-Kebir. We may with some certainty identify this modern village with the site of the town from which the inhabitants were named "Zemarites."


See more on the meaning of Zemarite in the Bible:
Zemarite {Easton's Bible Dictionary}

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