Word Summary
Sukkoth: a city East of the Jordan, also a place in Egypt
Original Word: סֻכּוֹת
Transliteration: Sukkoth
Phonetic Spelling: (sook-kohth')
Part of Speech: Noun
Short Definition: a city East of the Jordan, also a place in Egypt
Meaning: Succoth -- a city East of the Jordan, also a place in Egypt
Strong's Concordance

Or Cukkoth {sook-kohth'}; plural of cukkah; booths; Succoth, the name of a place in Egypt and of three in Palestine -- Succoth.

see HEBREW cukkah


H5523. Sukkoth

סֻכּוֺת18 proper name, of a location; — 1. סֻכֹּ֫תָה‎ (ה‎ locative) Genesis 33:17 (twice in verse) (J; explanation from Jacob's making booths), elsewhere סֻכּוֺת‎; — city east of Jordan Judges 8:5-6t. Judges 8; Joshua 13:27 (P); probably also 1 Kings 7:46 2 Chronicles 4:17 (reading אֲדָמָה מַעְכֶּרֶתford of Adamah GFMJudges 7:22 compare BuhlGeogr. 206 Benz1 Kings 7:46); ס ׳עֵמֶקPsalm 60:8 = 108:8 is Jordan-valley near succôth; on identify. compare GFMJudges 8:5 BuhlGeogr. 260 GASmGeogr. 585, and references; according to Talmud Dêr `alla, 1 mile north of Jabbok NbrGeogr. du Talm. 248, so S. MerrillEast of Jordan 385 ff.; ᵐ5Σοκχωθ (Σκηναί Genesis 33 compare Psalms).

2 סֻכֹּ֫תָה‎ (ה‎ locative) Exodus 12:37, elsewhere סֻכֹּת‎; — first station of Israel at Exodus, 12:37; 13:20; Numbers 33:5-6, (all P); = Egyptian Thku(t) WMMAs.u.Eur.70, Thkw SteindBAS i. 603; on site see NavillePithom (1885), especially pp. 6. 23 f. GutheZPV viii (1885), 219 f.; ᵐ5Σοκχωθ.