I. עֲנָק noun [masculine] neck, only in epithet of people בְּנֵי הָעֲנָק long-necked (tall) men, early giant people about Hebron and in Philistia, Ενακ, Εναχ,
[Josh 15:14] (JE) = [Judg 1:20], without article [Num 13:33] (JE), [Deut 9:2] also ׳יְלִדַי הָע [Num 13:22]; [Num 13:28]; [Josh 15:14] (all J E); called also עֲנָקִים long-necks, Ενακειμ, [Josh 14:12]; [Josh 14:15] (JE), [Josh 11:21]; [Josh 11:22] (D), [Deut 2:10]; [Deut 2:11]; [Deut 2:21] + [Jer 47:5] (read עֲנָקִים for ᵑ0 עִמְקָם), and perhaps [1Chr 12:16] (see עֵמֶק near the end); בְּנֵי עֲנָקִים [1Chr 1:28] (ᵐ5 γίγαντες, compare [Num 13:33]), [Num 9:2] עֲנָק later (erroneously) as eponymous ancestor of Anakim [Josh 15:13] = עֲנוֺק [Josh 21:11] (both P). — See especially MeyZAW i (1881), 139 GFM [Judg 1:10]. 20 CheEncy. Bib. ANAK.
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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