|Lehite GN||1.||Place, ca. 74 BC (Alma 43:31, 35)|
This entry is not finished
Confer the biblical GN Riblah, with interchange of b and p (JH, JAT, RFS). In some Semitic languages [b] and [p] are not always differentiated in the script (Akkadian, especially when they close a syllable) and orally (Arabic where only [b] exists, thus “bolice” for “police”). Consult the standard biblical commentaries for the citations and the etymology. Note also Arabic rbl, “fertile, abundant” (RFS).
Deseret Alphabet: 𐐡𐐆𐐑𐐢𐐂 (rɪplɑː)