Ludim


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Ludim

(lo͞o`dĭm), in the Bible, an African people, unknown unless Ludim is a textual error for LubimLubim
, in the Bible, the Libyans. For other possible occurrences, see Chub; Lehabim; Lud.
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in the Bible, eponym of an Asian people, probably the Lydians. There is probably textual confusion at some points with the Lubim.
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The Bible states that their place of origin was Caphtor: Mizraim begot the Ludim.
He also told the court that his real name was Ludim Robert Morega, and that when he entered Britain in January or February last year he had been advised by friends to say he was from the war-ravaged Russian state Chechnya so his asylum case would be more favourably considered.
But the defendant, who had been charged as Ascan Omanov, admitted he had lied about his identity and said his real name was Ludim Robert Morega at Newcastle Crown Court.