Hittite Language
Hittite • Hittites
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HITTITES<hit’-its> ([חִתִּים בְּנֵי הֵת‎, bene cheth], chittim; [Χετται̂οι, Chettaioi]): One of the seven nations conquered by Israel in Palestine.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Hittite hit’tit (חִתִּיH3153, cf. also בּנֵי־חֵת, “the sons of Heth” [Gen. 23:3 et al.]; represented in cuneiform as ḫatti). The Hittites were an ancient Indo-European people who lived in Anatolia and N Syria. The term, however, is used in the OT to designate several peoples of differing ethnic origins.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
HITTITES, hitʹīts (בְּנֵי חֵת‎, חִתִּים‎, benē ḥēth, ḥittīm; Χετταῖοι, Chettaíoi): One of the seven nations conquered by Israel in Pal. I. OT Notices1. Enumeration of Races2. Individuals3. Later Mention II. History 1. Sources 2. Chronology 3. Egyptian Invasions: XVIIIth Dynasty 4. “The