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Fausset's Bible Dictionary [1]

("burning".) A place in the wilderness of Paran where a fire from Jehovah consumed many Israelites at the outer edge of the camp, for their murmurings ( Numbers 11:3;  Deuteronomy 9:22). It was close by Kibroth Hattaavah, and not a separate encampment; it therefore is not enumerated in  Numbers 33:16.

Morrish Bible Dictionary [2]

Name given to a place in the wilderness of Paran, where the Israelites murmured and were consumed by the fire of the Lord until Moses prayed for them. The name signifies 'burning.'  Numbers 11:1-3;  Deuteronomy 9:22 . Not identified.

American Tract Society Bible Dictionary [3]

Burning, so named on account of the fire which fell upon the Israelites for their murmings while encamped here,  Numbers 11:1-3   Deuteronomy 9:22 .

Smith's Bible Dictionary [4]

Tab'erah. The name of a place, in the wilderness of Paran.  Numbers 11:3;  Numbers 9:22. It has not been identified.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [5]

Taberah . An unidentified ‘station’ of the Israelites (  Numbers 11:3 ,   Deuteronomy 9:22 ).

Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary [6]

In the encampment of Israel. So called from the burning there. (See  Numbers 11:3 in the margin of the Bible.)

Holman Bible Dictionary [7]

 Numbers 11:3 Deuteronomy 9:22 Numbers 33:1

Easton's Bible Dictionary [8]

 Numbers 11:3 Deuteronomy 9:22

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [9]

(Heb. Taberah', תִּבְעֵרָה , Consumption; Sept. Ἐμπυρισμός ), a place in the wilderness of Paran; so called from the fact that "the fire of Jehovah burned" ( בָּעֲרָה ) among the Israelites there in consequence of their complaints ( Numbers 11:3). It lay at the next station beyond Horeb, and must therefore be sought somewhere in Wady Saal. (See Exode). Keil argues (Comment. ad loc.) from the expression that it was "in the uttermost part of the camp," and from the omission of the name in Numbers 33 :that the place was identical with the station Kibroth-hattaavah next named; but he overlooks the fact that both these are separately mentioned in  Deuteronomy 9:22.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [10]

tab´ḗ - ra , ta - bē´ra ( תּבערה , tabh‛ērāh , "burning"): A wilderness camp of the Israelites, the site of which is unidentified. Here, it is recorded, the people complained against Yahweh, who destroyed many of them by fire. This is the origin of the name (  Numbers 11:3;  Deuteronomy 9:22 ).

Kitto's Popular Cyclopedia of Biblial Literature [11]

Tab´erah, one of the stations of the Israelites in the desert [WANDERING].