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Ethanim
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
Ethanim (אֵתָנִים‎, ethanim). The older Canaanite name for the seventh month of the Israelite lunar calendar (1 Kgs 8:2). Ethanim corresponds to September/October. It was later called Tishri.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
ETHANIM [Heb ʾêtānı̂m (אֵיתָנִים)]. The seventh month of the Canaanite calendar, roughly corresponding to September and October.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ethanim
Ethanim. Early name for the seventh month in the Jewish calendar (1 Kgs 8:2).See Calendars, Ancient and Modern.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ethanim
Ethanim eth̀e-nim [Heb. ʾēṯānîm]. The seventh month of the Jewish year (1 K. 8:2), later called Tishri. The word is of Phoenician origin and signifies “perennial,” referring to the streams that still contained water during this dry month. It corresponds to September–October. See Calendar.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
ETHANIM* Early name for the seventh month in the Jewish calendar (1 Kgs 8:2, nlt mg). See Calendars, Ancient and Modern.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Ethanim
Ethanim (Heb. ʾēṯānɩ̂m)The preexilic name of the 7th month in the Hebrew year (Sept./Oct.), of Phoenician derivation. Its Babylonian counterpart was Tishri.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
Ethanim [ĕthˊə nĭm] (Heb. ˒ēṯānîm “ever-flowing streams”). The preexilic name of the seventh month in the Jewish year (Sept./Oct.), of Phoenician derivation; its Babylonian counterpart was Tishri. On the tenth day of this month the Day of Atonement was observed, and the Feast of Tabernacles was
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
ETHANIM The seventh month of the Canaanite calendar, corresponding to September–October. It was later called Tishri (1 Kgs 8:2).
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
Ethanimthe month of gifts, i.e., of vintage offerings; called Tisri after the Exile; corresponding to part of September and October. It was the first month of the civil year, and the seventh of the sacred year (1 Kings 8:2).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
ETHANIM [ETH uh nim] — the seventh month of the Hebrew year, corresponding to our mid-September to mid-October (1 Kin. 8:2).Also see Calendar.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ETHANIM
ETHANIM<eth’-a-nim> ([אֵתָנִים‎, ’ethanim]): The seventh month of the Jewish year (1 Kings 8:2). The word is of Phoenician origin and signifies “perennial,” referring to living streams. It corresponds to September-October.See CALENDAR; TIME.
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Ethanim
Ethʹa-nim [continual floods], another name for the month Tisri, so called from the fullness of the brooks, swelled, at that time of the year, with the autumnal rains (1 Kings 8:2). It corresponded with part of September and part of October. It was the seventh month of the sacred and the first of the