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Dictionaries :: Talmai

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Talmai:

abounding in furrows. (1.) One of the Anakim of Hebron, who were slain by the men of Judah under Caleb (Num 13:22; Jos 15:14; Jdg 1:10).

(2.) A king of Geshur, to whom Absalom fled after he had put Amnon to death (2Sa 3:3; 13:37). His daughter, Maachah, was one of David's wives, and the mother of Absalom (1Ch 3:2).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Talmai:

my furrow; that suspends the waters; heap of waters

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Talmai:

tal'-mi, tal'-ma-i (talmay):

(1) A clan, possibly of Aramean origin, generally reputed to be of gigantic height; resident in Hebron at the time of the Hebrew conquest and driven thence by Caleb (Nu 13:22; Jos 15:14; Jud 1:10).

(2) A son of Ammihur (or Ammihud), king of Geshur, a small Aramean kingdom, and a contemporary of David, to whom he gave his daughter Maacah in marriage. When Absalom fled from David after the assassination of Amnon he took refuge with Talmai at Geshur (2Sa 3:3; 13:37; 1Ch 3:2).



Smith's Bible Dictionary

Talmai:

(bold).

(1.) One of the three sons of "the Anak" who were slain by the men of Judah (Numbers 13:22; Joshua 15:14; Judges 1:10). (B.C. 1450)

(2.) Son of Ammihud king of Geshur (2 Samuel 3:3; 13:37; 1 Chronicles 3:2). He was probably a petty chieftain, dependent on David. (B.C. 1040)

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