Telaim: a place where Saul mustered his forcesOriginal Word: טְלָאּים
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Phonetic Spelling: (tel-aw-eem')
Short Definition: Telaim
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a place where Saul mustered his forces
Brown-Driver-BriggsI. טְלָאִים proper name, of a location with article ׳הַטְּל, place where Saul mustered his forces 1 Samuel 15:4, probably = טֶלֶם q. v.
II. טְלָאִים see following.
טלה (√ of following; meaning dubious; Arabic , is tie a lamb to a stake, confine; Syriac is make young, both apparently denominative; LagArmen. Stud. § 2229 finds earlier form of טָלֶה in Armenian).
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceTelaim
From the plural of tla'; lambs; Telaim, a place in Palestine -- Telaim.
see HEBREW tla'
Forms and Transliterationsבַּטְּלָאִ֔ים בטלאים baṭ·ṭə·lā·’îm baṭṭəlā’îm battelaIm
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