Zamzummim

plural noun Zam·zum·mim \ zamˈzəmə̇m \
variants: or Zamzummims \-ə̇mz\

Definition of Zamzummim

:aboriginal giants reported in the Old Testament to have inhabited the region of Ammon prior to the coming of the Ammonites — compare anakim , emim , rephaim

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Origin and Etymology of zamzummim

Hebrew zamzummīm


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