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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

("heap of witness".) The Aramaic or Chaldee name given by the Syrian Laban to the stone heap commemorating his compact with Jacob, whereon they ate together. Galeed, "a witness heap," the Hebrew name given by Jacob.(See Galeed .) The whole region was already "Gilead," i.e. hard rocky region, and Jacob made the word by a slight change to mark a crisis in his history ( Genesis 31:44-55).

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [2]

Jegar-Sahadutha (‘cairn of witness’). The name said to have been given by Laban to the cairn erected on the occasion of the compact between him and Jacob (  Genesis 31:47 ).

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary [3]

Heap of witness, a Chaldee name, equivalent to Galeed in Hebrew, both marking the scene of the covenant between Jacob and Laban,  Genesis 31:47 .

Easton's Bible Dictionary [4]

 Genesis 31:47

Holman Bible Dictionary [5]


Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [6]

(Chald. Yegar'-Sahadutha', יְגִר שָׂהֲוּתָא , Pile Of The Testimony; Sept. Βουνὸς Τῆςμαρτυρίας , Vulgate Tumulus Testis), the Aramsean name given by Laban as a Syrian to the mound of stones erected as a memorial of his league with Jacob, whereas the latter styled it ( Genesis 31:47) by the equivalent. Hebrew name of GAL-EED (See Gal-Eed) q.v.).