Etam: three places in Isr.Original Word: עֵיטָםPart of Speech:
Proper Name LocationTransliteration:
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
three places in Isr.NASB Translation
Brown-Driver-Briggs עֵיטָם proper name, of a location
(perhaps animal-name, from עַיִט
, compare GrayProp. Names 93
1 Ηταμ, ᵐ5L Ιταμ, a. cliff, ׳סְעִיף סֶלַע ע Judges 15:8,11 perhaps near town עֵיטָם, see following, but at ±Ar¹‡ Isma±£n near edge of Shephelah, west-southwest from Jerusalem according to SchickZPV x (1887), 143 ff.
2 Αιταν[μ], etc., city fortified by Rehoboam 2 Chronicles 11:6, between Bethlehem and Tekoa, = ±Ain ±At¹n approximately 2 miles south-southwest from Bethlehem, BuhlGeogr. 92 GFMJudges 15:8, near Urtâs RobBR i. 477; clan in Judah 1 Chronicles 4:3.
3 Αιταν[μ], in Simeon 1 Chronicles 4:32 (Be [not Oettli Kau Kit] reads עֵתֶר from Joshua 15:42).
From ayit; hawk-ground; Etam, a place in Palestine -- Etam.
see HEBREW ayit