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HEBREW: 2923 Myalj T@la'iym
NAVE: Telaim
EBD: Telaim
SMITH: TELAIM
ISBE: TELAIM
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Telaim

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Telaim: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a place in the Negeb of Judah (OS)
Google Maps: Telaim (31° 9´, 35° 3´)

Hebrew

Strongs #02923: Myalj T@la'iym

Telaim = "lambs"

1) a place in Judah where Saul mustered his forces before attacking
Amalek; site unknown

2923 Tla'iym tel-aw-eem'

from the plural of 2922; lambs; Telaim, a place in
Palestine:-Telaim.
see HEBREW for 02922

Telaim [EBD]

young lambs, a place at which Saul gathered his army to fight against Amalek (1 Sam. 15:4); probably the same as Telem (2).

Telaim [NAVE]

TELAIM, a place of unknown location, 1 Sam. 15:4.

TELAIM [SMITH]

(lambs), the place at which Saul collected and numbered his forces before his attack on Amalek, (1 Samuel 16:4) may be identical with TELEM, which see.

TELAIM [ISBE]

TELAIM - te-la'-im (ha-tela'-im "the young lambs"; en Galgalois): The place where Saul "summoned the people, and numbered them" (1 Sam 15:4) before his attack on Agag, king of the Amalekites. Some authorities read "Telam" for "Havilah" in verse 7 and also find this name in 1 Sam 27:8 instead of me`olam. In Septuagint and Josephus (Ant., VI, vii, 2) Gilgal occurs instead of Telaim, on what ground is not known. Probably Telaim is identical with TELEM (which see), though the former may have been the name of a Bedouin tribe inhabiting the latter district. Compare Dhallam Arabs now found South of Tell el-Milch.

E. W. G. Masterman




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