(lowlands of Hodshi? ), The land of, one of the places visited by Joab during his census of the land of Israel. It occurs between Gilead and Dan-jaan. (2 Samuel 24:6) The name has puzzled all the interpreters, (Kitto says it was probably a section of the upper valley of the Jordan, now called Ard el-Huleh , lying deep down at the western base of Hermon. --ED.)
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Smith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Tah’tim-hod’shi'". "Smith's Bible Dictionary".