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Morrish Bible Dictionary [1]

The village to which Elias was sent to succour a poor widow.  Luke 4:26 . Called Zarephath in  1 Kings 17:9 . Identified with Sarafend, 33 27' N, 35 18' E : it is near the sea, about midway between Tyre and Sidon.

Smith's Bible Dictionary [2]

Sarep'ta. See Zarephath .

Easton's Bible Dictionary [3]

 Luke 4:26Zarephath

Holman Bible Dictionary [4]

 Luke 4:26Zarephath

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [5]

The Old Testament ZAREPHATH.  Luke 4:26.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary [6]

See Zarephath .

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [7]

Sarepta . See Zarephath.

Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament [8]

SAREPTA. —See Zarephath.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [9]

sa - rep´ta ( Σάρεπτα , Sárepta ): The name in   Luke 4:26 the King James Version, following the Greek, of the Phoenician town to which Elijah was sent in the time of the great famine, in order to save the lives of a widow and her son (  1 Kings 17:9 ,  1 Kings 17:10 ). The Revised Version (British and American) adopts the form of the name based upon the Hebrew, and as found in the Old Testament: Zarephath (which see).

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [10]

( Σάρεπτα ; Vulg. Sarepta; Syriac, Tsarpath ) , the Greek form of the name which in the Hebrew text of the Old Test. appears as ZAREPHATH (See Zarephath) (q.v.). The place is designated by the same formula on its single occurrence in the New Test. ( Luke 4:26) that it is when first mentioned in the Sept. version of  1 Kings 17:9, "Sarepta of Sidonia."

Kitto's Popular Cyclopedia of Biblial Literature [11]

Sarepta , Hebrew Zarephath, a Phoenician town between Tyre and Sidon, mentioned in; . It is the place where Elijah went to dwell, and where he performed the miracle of multiplying the barrel of meal and cruse of oil, and where he raised the widow's son to life. It still subsists as a large village, under the name of Sarafend.