Word Summary
Shaalbim: perhaps "(haunt of) foxes", a city in Dan
Original Word: שַׁעַלְבִים
Transliteration: Shaalbim
Phonetic Spelling: (shah-al-beem')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Short Definition: perhaps "(haunt of) foxes", a city in Dan
Meaning: Shaalbim -- perhaps "(haunt of) foxes", a city in Dan
Strong's Concordance
Shaalabbin, Shaalbim

Or Sha.alabbiyn {shah-al-ab-been'}; plural from shuw'al; fox-holes; Shaalbim or Shaalabbin, a place in Palestine -- Shaalabbin, Shaalbim.

see HEBREW shuw'al


H8169. Shaalbim

שַׁעַלְבִיםproper name, of a location (perhaps haunt of foxes; Arabic , Assyrian šêlibu, fox); — in (original) territory of Dan, Judges 1:35 (compare GFM, on etymology and site), 1 Kings 4:9, Θαλαβεειν, Σαλαβειμ, Judges also αἱ ἀλώπεκες, as doublet, or (A ᵐ5L) alone; = שַׁעֲלַבִּיןJoshua 19:42, Σα(α)λαβειν.

שַׁעֲלַבִּין‎ see foregoing.