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HEBREW: 7767 tymnwv Shuwnammiyth
NAVE: Shunammite
EBD: Shunammite
ISBE: SHUNAMMITE
Shuhite | Shulamite | Shulamite, The | Shumathites | Shumathites, The | Shunammite | Shunammite, The | Shunem | Shuni | Shunites, The | Shupham

Shunammite

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Shunammite: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a resident of the town of Shunem

Hebrew

Strongs #07767: tymnwv Shuwnammiyth

Shunammite = see Shunen "double resting place"

1) an inhabitant of Shunem

7767 Shuwnammiyth shoo-nam-meeth'

patrial from 7766; a Shunammitess, or female inhabitant of
Shunem:-Shunamite.
see HEBREW for 07766

Shunammite [EBD]

a person of Shunem (1 Kings 1:3; 2 Kings 4:12). The Syr. and Arab. read "Sulamite."

Shunammite [NAVE]

SHUNAMMITE
1. A person from Shunem. Abishag, the woman who nourished David, 1 Kin. 1:3; desired by Adonijah as wife, 1 Kin. 2:13-25.
2. A woman who gave hospitality to Elisha, and whose son he raised to life, 2 Kin. 4:8-37.

SHUNAMMITE [ISBE]

SHUNAMMITE - shoo'-na-mit (shunammith, shunammith; Codex Vaticanus Somaneitis; Codex Alexandrinus Soumanites): Applied to natives of Shunem.

(1) Abishag, who was brought to minister to the aged king David, love for whom led Adonijah to his doom (1 Ki 1:3,15; 2:17, etc.).

(2) The woman, name unknown, whose son Elisha raised from the dead (2 Ki 4:12, etc.). Later when apparently she had become a widow, after seven years' absence on account of famine, in the land of the Philistines, she returned to find her property in the hands of others. Elisha's intervention secured its restoration (2 Ki 8:1-6).

(3) The Shulammite (Song 6:13). In this name there is the exchange of "l" for "n" which is common.

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