H5862 עיטם - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


עיטם
‛êyṭâm
ay-tawm'
From H5861; hawk ground; Etam, a place in Palestine

KJV Usage: Etam.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB6008

עיטם
Etam = "lair of wild beasts"
1. a village of the tribe of Simeon
2. a town in Judah fortified and garrisoned by king Rehoboam of Judah and located between Bethlehem and Tekoa
3. a cliff; site uncertain
Origin: from H5861
TWOT: None
Parts of Speech: Proper Name Location

TBESH:
עֵיטָם
e.tam
N:N--L
Etam
Etam = "lair of wild beasts"
1) a village of the tribe of Simeon
2) a town in Judah fortified and garrisoned by king Rehoboam of Judah and located between Bethlehem and Tekoa
3) a cliff; site uncertain

View how H5862 עיטם is used in the Bible

5 occurrences of H5862 עיטם

Judges 15:8 Etam.
Judges 15:11 Etam,
1 Chronicles 4:3 of Etam;
1 Chronicles 4:32 were, Etam,
2 Chronicles 11:6 and Etam,

Distinct usage

1 Etam.
1 Etam,
1 of Etam;
1 were, Etam,
1 and Etam,


Related words

H5862

H5861 עיט ‛ayiṭ

עיט
‛ayiṭ
ah'-yit
From H5860; a hawk or other bird of prey

KJV Usage: bird, fowl, ravenous (bird).