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 10:6
 10:7
10:7 From those areas, they had traveled to Gudgodah, and from Gudgodah to Yatvath, an area of flowing brooks.
Misham nas'u haGudgodah umin-haGudgodah Yotvatah erets nachaley-mayim.



Commentary:

Gudgodah
  Or, 'Hagudgodah,' or 'Gudgod.' Possibly Chor HaGidgod in Numbers 33:32. See note on Deuteronomy 10:6.

Yathvath
  (Targum). Or, 'Yatvathah' (Septuagint). Possibly the same as in Numbers 33:33.

flowing brooks
  But when they came to Kadesh (Numbers 20:1, 2), there was a shortage of water (Ralbag).





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