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A place “on the way to Timnah” from Adullam (Gen 38:14) where Tamar disguised herself as a prostitute (Gen 38:21). If Enaim (meaning “eyes”) is the same as Enam (Josh 15:34), then it is located in the Shephelah.
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Enaim, Enam. Obscure Hebrew term used only in Genesis 38:14, 21, translated “open place” in the kjv. It was probably the name of a place located in the hill country of Judah, southeast of Jerusalem, between Timnah and Adullam. It may have been a variant form of Enam (Jos 15:34), a location in the Judean
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Enaim i-nay’im (עֵינַיִם H6542, possibly “[two] eyes” or “double spring”). A town “on the road to Timnah”; at its entrance Tamar, disguising herself as a prostitute, seduced her father-in-law Judah because he had not given her as a wife to his son Shelah (Gen. 38:14, 21). Enaim is widely regarded to
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