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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

("shining".) The name of one of two "sharp rocks" (Hebrew: "tooth of the cliff"), on the N. side "over against Michmash," "between the passages" whereby Jonathan entered the Philistines' garrison ( 1 Samuel 14:4-5).

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [2]

Bozez (  1 Samuel 14:4 ). A steep cliff on one side of the Michmash gorge opposite Seneh. It seems to be the northern cliff, a remarkable bastion of rock E. of Michmash.

Morrish Bible Dictionary [3]

Rock near the ravine of Michmash.  1 Samuel 14:4 .

Holman Bible Dictionary [4]

 1 Samuel 14:4

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [5]

bō´zez ( בּוצץ , bōcēc  ; Βαζές , Bazés , probably from an obsolete root bācac , corresponding to the Arabic baṣṣa , "to shine" or "to ooze"): The name of the northern of the two cliffs that stand one on each side of the gorge of Michmash ( 1 Samuel 14:4 ). It catches the sun during most of the day, while the southern cliff is in the shade. To this circumstance it may owe its name, "shining." "The contrast is surprising and picturesque between the dark coal color of the south side, and the ruddy or tawny tints of the northern cliff, crowned with the gleaming white of the upper chalky strata. The picture is unchanged since the day when Jonathan looked over to the white camping ground of the Philistines, and Bozez must have then shone as brightly as it does now, in the full light of an eastern sun" (Conder, Tent Work , 256).

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [6]

(Heb. Botsets', בּוֹצֵוֹ , Shining, according to Gesenius, but Height according to First; Sept. Βωσής v. r. Βασές ), the name of one of the two " sharp rocks" (Heb. "teeth of the cliff") "between the passages" by which Jonathan entered the Philistine garrison, apparently a crag on the north side of the ravine between Michmash and Gibeah ( 1 Samuel 14:4-5). Robinson noticed two hills of blunt conical form in the bottom of Wady Suweinit, just below Mukmas (Researches, ii, 116, also new ed. 3:289), which are doubtless those referred to, although Stanley could not make them out (Palest. p. 205, note).