four, a giant, father of Anak. From him the city of Hebron derived its name of Kirjath-arba, i.e., the city of Araba (Josh. 14:15; 15:13; 21:11; Gen. 13:18; 23:2). (See HEBRON.)
These arba may have been the baggage-carts of the army and also carts procured on the spot.
Nothing can remain outside, for there will be a greater roaring of the wind at arba.
Doubtless it would be through not having these circumstances in his mind that he took the arba for gun-carriages.
Even in the tent at arba she had not fully loved him, perfectly loved him.
Mr. Lewis had earlier made arrangements for a car to take them to arba, whence they would go on foot into the forests and desert.
Anakim, the posterity of Anak, the son of arba, noted in sacred history for their fierceness and loftiness of stature.
Then they were silent once more, thinking of how the darkness would come to them at arba.
The whole is symbolic of the mystic arba—the four, i, e., the trinity and unity.
Domini, it was the little wooden crucifix you pinned upon the tent at arba.
Except for its great market back of its modern ugly mosque, there is not much to see in arba.