Smith's Bible DictionaryEneglaim
(fountain of the two calves), a place named only by Ezekiel, (Ezekiel 47:10) apparently as on the Dead Sea; but whether near to or far from Engedi, on the east or the west side of the sea, it is impossible to ascertain.
ATS Bible DictionaryEneglaim
Ezekiel 47:10, a town on the Dead Sea, west of the Jordan's mouth.
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaEN-EGLAIM
en-eg'-la-im, en-eg-la'-im (`en `eghlayim, "fountain of calves"?):
In Ezekiel's vision of the waters it is one of the two points between which "fishers shall stand" (Ezekiel 47:10).
The situation must be near the entrance of the Jordan into the Dead Sea (see EN-GEDI).
Tristram (Bible Places, 93) identifies it with `Ain Hajlah (compare BETH-HOGLAH);
Robinson (BRP, II, 489), with `Ain Feshkah.
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Fountain of two calves, a place mentioned only in Ezek. 47:10
. Somewhere near the Dead Sea.
Strong's Hebrew5882. En Eglayim -- "spring of two calves," a place on the Dead ......
En Eglayim. 5883 >>. "spring of two calves," a place on the Dead Sea. Transliteration:
En Eglayim Phonetic Spelling: (ane eg-lah'-yim) Short Definition: Eneglaim ... /hebrew/5882.htm - 6k