Anem



anem

two fountains, a Levitical city in the tribe of Issachar (1 Chr. 6:73). It is also called En-gannim (q.v.) in Josh. 19:21; the modern Jenin.

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Rue′-anem′one, an American wild-flower; Rue′-wort, a plant of the rue family.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 3 of 4: N-R) Various

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