Dim'nah (Hebrews Dinznah', דִּמנָה, a dung-hill; Sept. Δεμνά, Vulg. Danna), a Levitical city of the tribe of Zebulon, assigned to the family of the Merarites (Jos 21:35). Gesenius, however, suggests that in this place we ought rather to read רַמֹּנָה, Rimmonah, the REMMON SEE REMMON (q.v.) mentioned in a similar connection in Jos 19:13; 1Ch 6:62 (see Bertheau, Chronic, pages 72, 73; Movers, Chronik, page 72).

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