Succoth-benoth or Succoth Benoth Booths of Daughters" was a Babylonian deity,
one of the deities brought to the former kingdom of Samaria (Israel) by "the ...
In Hebrew, Succoth-benoth means "booths of daughters," and has been
explained as the chambers wherein the Babylonians placed women for
Succoth-benoth Definition and meaning from Bible Dictionary. Succoth-benoth
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The name Succoth-benoth occurs only once in the Bible, although it may be an
expansion of the name Sikkuth, which may or may not occur in the Bible at all.
Succoth-benoth. A goddess worshipped by the Samaritan colonists from Babylon
(2 Kgs. 17:30). She was regarded as the goddess of wisdom, the lady of the ...
The name Succoth-benoth has very frequently been supposed to be a plural
word, and to refer to booths or tabernacles used in Babylon for infamous
The men of Babylon made Succoth-benoth - This, literally, signifies the
tabernacles of the daughters or young women, and most evidently refers to those
Les gens de Babylone firent Succoth-Benoth, les gens de Cuth firent Nergal, les
gens de Hamath firent Aschima, Martin Bible Car les gens de Babel firent ...
from 'Cukkowth' (5523) and the (irreg.) plural of 'bath' (1323); booths of (the)
daughters; brothels, i.e. idoalatrous tents for impure purpose:--Succoth-benoth.
Vul.—Ishtar.—Equivalent to Venus.—Hea.—Oannes.—Merodach.—Bel or Jupiter
.—Zirat-banit, Succoth Benoth.—Elu.—Sin the moon god.—Ninip.—Shamas.