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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [1]

CHINNERETH . A city (  Deuteronomy 3:17 ,   Joshua 11:2 [in latter spelt Chinneroth ]   Joshua 19:35 ) which gave its name to the Sea of Chinnereth (  Numbers 34:11 ,   Joshua 12:3;   Joshua 13:27 ), the OT designation of the Sea of Galilee. The site of the town is uncertain, but it follows Rakkath (probably Tiberias), and may have been in the plain of Gennesaret (cf.   1 Kings 15:20 ).

Easton's Bible Dictionary [2]

 Deuteronomy 3:17 Joshua 19:35 1 Kings 15:20

The Sea of Chinnereth ( Numbers 34:11;  Joshua 13:27 ), or of Chinneroth ( Joshua 12 ::  3 ), was the "lake of Gennesaret" or "sea of Tiberias" ( Deuteronomy 3:17;  Joshua 11:2 ). Chinnereth was probably an ancient Canaanitish name adopted by the Israelites into their language.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary [3]

Or Cinneroth a town on the west shore of the sea of Galilee,  Numbers 34:11   Deuteronomy 3:17   Joshua 11:2   19:35   1 Kings 15:20 . It was a "fenced city" of Naphtali, and gave its name to the lake on which it stood. Tiberias is supposed by Jerome to have afterwards occupied its site.

People's Dictionary of the Bible [4]

Chinnereth or Chinneroth ( Kĭn'Ne-Rĕth or Kin'Ne-Rŏth ), Harps.  Joshua 11:2. A fenced city of Naphtali, on the lake, or sea, of the same name; afterward called Gennesar, or Gennesaret, and about three miles northwest of Tiberias, according to Fuerst.

Bridgeway Bible Dictionary [5]

Chinnereth was another name for Gennesaret. It applied both to the Lake of Gennesaret (the Sea of Galilee) and to the small Plain of Gennesaret on the lake’s western shore ( Numbers 34:11;  Joshua 19:35;  Luke 5:1). For fuller details see Palestine sub-heading ‘Upper Jordan and Sea of Galilee’.

Holman Bible Dictionary [6]

 Numbers 34:11 Joshua 13:27 2 Joshua 11:2 Joshua 19:35 1 Kings 15:20

Smith's Bible Dictionary [7]

Chin'nereth. (Circuit). Accurately Cinnareth, a fortified city in the tribe of Naphtali,  Joshua 19:35 only, of which no trace is found in later writers, and no remains by travellers.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [8]

(Hebrews Kinne ´ reth, כַּנֶּרֶת ; in pause Kinna ´ Reth [Josh.], כַּנָּרֶת ; Sept. Χενέρεθ v. r. [in Deuteromomy] Μαχαναρέθ ) , the sing. form ( Deuteronomy 3:17;  Joshua 19:35) of a town, also called in the plur. CHINNEROTH (Hebrews Kinneroth, כַּנְּרוֹת ,  1 Kings 15:20; Sept. Χενέρεθ ; A. V. "Cinneroth;" or Kinnaroth', כַּנֲּרוֹת ,  Joshua 11:2, Χενερώθ ); or perhaps the latter form designates the Region of which the other was the metropolis. A similar variety appears in the name of the adjoining lake, which is perhaps intended in some of the above passages. The town was a fortified city in the tribe of Naphtali, mentioned between Rakkath and Adamah ( Joshua 19:35), the only certain reference to the city exclusively. Whether it gave its name to or received it from the lake, which was possibly adjacent, is uncertain. Jerome identifies Chennereth (Onomast. s.v., Eusebius Χενερώθ ) with the later Tiberias. This may have been from some tradition then existing: the only corroboration which we can find for it is the mention in Joshua of Hammath as near it, which was possibly the Emmaus (modern Hummain), near the shore of the lake, a little south of Tiberias. This situation of Chinnlereth is denied by Reland (Palest. p. 161) on the ground that Capernaum is said by Matthew ( Matthew 4:13) to have been on the very borders of Zebulun and Naphtali, and that Zebulun was to the south of Naphtali. But the evangelist's expression hardly requires this strict interpretation. The town, or the lake, appears to have given its name (slightly altered) to a district "all Cinneroth" ( 1 Kings 15:20). (See Cinnereth).