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DIBLAIM (PERSON) [Heb diblāyim (דִּבְלָיִם)]. Father of Gomer, the wife of the prophet Hosea (Hos 1:3). Especially among those who interpret the first 3 chapters of Hosea allegorically, attempts have been made to find a figurative meaning in “Diblaim.” The name has been understood as a dual form of
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
DIBLAIM. Gomer, Hosea’s wife, was a “daughter of Diblaim” (Hos 1:3). The name comes from a Heb. term signifying “lump or double cakes of figs and raisins.” Some have thought the name to be figurative, i.e. “Gomer the daughter of raisin cakes,” meaning that she was wholly given up to her harlotry, since
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Diblaim (Heb. diḇlāyim)The father of Gomer (Hos. 1:3). Derived from Ugar. dblt (lit., “cakes of dried figs”), the name may represent a continuation of Hosea’s figurative use of names, a geographical location (perhaps the Moabite town Diblatayim), or a literal patronymic designation. This last sense
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Diblaim [dĭbˊlĭ əm] (Heb. diḇlayim “two raisin cakes”). The father of the prostitute Gomer, the wife of Hosea (Hos. 1:3). Unlike symbolic meanings of the names of Hosea’s children which follow, no such meaning for Gomer’s father’s name (“the daughter of pleasure,” according to Jerome) seems to be
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary