Talmay: "plowman," a father-in-law of David, also a descendant of AnakOriginal Word: תַּלְמָיPart of Speech:
Proper Name MasculineTransliteration:
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from the same as telemDefinition
"plowman," a father-in-law of David, also a desc. of AnakNASB Translation
Brown-Driver-Briggs תַּלְמַי proper name, masculine 1. king of Geshur, father-in-law of David
, 2 Samuel 3:3
; 2 Samuel 13:37
; 1 Chronicles 3:2
2 a son of `Anak Numbers 13:22; Joshua 15:14, תַּלְמָ֑י Judges 1:10; Θομμει, Θολμει, Θαλαμειν, etc.
תַּלְמִיד see למד. [תְּלֻנָּה] see II. לון
תלע (√ of following; perhaps gnaw, see מְתַלְּעוֺת infra, and DlPr 113, compare As tultu, worm).
From telem; ridged; Talmai, the name of a Canaanite and a Syrian -- Talmai.
see HEBREW telem