Tap’puah (the apple-city).
1. A city of Judah, in the district of the Shefelah or lowland. Josh. 15:34.
2. A place on the boundary of the “children of Joseph.” Josh. 16:8; 17:8. Its full name was probably En-tappuah. Josh. 17:7. (“Around the city was a district called the land of Tappuah; the city belonged to Ephraim and the land to Manasseh. Josh. 17:8.”—Schaff.)
3. One of the sons of Hebron, of the tribe of Judah. 1 Chron. 2:43. It is doubtless the same as Beth-tappuah. (b.c. before 1450.)