Gallim (of Judah)
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Gallim (of Judah)
1. A town in the hill country of Judah, listed among eleven towns in the LXX of Josh. 15:59 that are not found in the MT. It is mentioned between Karem (ʿAin Kârim) and Bether (Bittîr) and is probably to be identified with Beit Jalā, WNW of Bethlehem.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
GALLIM gal´im [גַּלִּיםgallim]. 1. The city of origin for PALTI son of Laish. Saul gave his daughter MICHAL, who had been married to David, to Palti while David was hiding from Saul (1 Sam 25:44).2. Isaiah also mentions a Gallim as a city on the route of an army invading Judah from the north (Isa 10:30).