Esek

e'-sek (eseq; Septuagint Adikia): The name given by Isaac to a well dug by his servants, for the use of which the herdsmen of Gerar strove with them--"contention" (Ge 26:20). It lay in the neighborhood of Rehoboth and Gerar: but the site is not identified.

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