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Timnah

(tĭm`nə) or

Timnath

(tĭm`năth), in the Bible. 1 Hill town, S ancient Palestine. 2 Place associated with Judah. It may be the same as (1) or (3.) 3 Town associated with Samson's "Timnite" wife and also with Ahaz. An alternate form is Thimnathah.
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13:37-39) while Samson cohabits with women in the Philistine cities of Timnah (Jud.
Although censure is not the only conceivable explanation for anonymity, it makes sense also with Potiphar's wife in Genesis 39 and contrasts with many major and minor female characters who are named in Genesis: Eve (Genesis 1-4), Adah wife of Lamech (4:19-23), Zillah (4:19-23), Namah (4:19-23), Milcah (11:29, 22:20-23, 24:15-47), Sarai/Sarah (17-18, 20-21, 23-25, 49), Hagar (16, 21, 25), Rebekah (24-29, 35, 49), Keturah (25), Judith (26:34), Basemath (26:34, 36:3-17), Mahalath (28:9), Rachel (29-31, 33, 35, 46, 48), Leah (29-31, 33-35, 46, 49), Bilhah (29-30, 35, 37, 46), Zilpah (29-30, 35, 37, 46), Dinah (30, 34, 46), Adah wife of Esau (36:6-16), Oholibamah (36:2-41), Timnah (38:12-14), Mehetabel (36:39), Tamar (14, 38), and Asenath (41, 46).
Markus, Andrew, John Goldlust, Nicky Jacobs, Timnah Baker, Tanya Munz, Amanda Goodman and David Graham.
14 the narrator seems to be saying that Enaim is by the Timnah road ('al-derek Timnatah) and Tamar was sitting "at the entrance of Enaim" (bepetah 'enayim).
The next valley we enter is Sorek, where Samson (Zorah) and Delilah (Timnah) were born.
14:2); during the nuptial feast at Timnah, he strikes a deal with his Philistine hosts in the following manner:
Shaalabbin, Aijalon [AYALON], Ithlah, Elon [EYLON], Timnah and Ekron ...
Then Samson went down to Timnah and saw a woman in Timnah, [one] of the daughters of the Philistines (Judges 14:1).
The Bible thus indicates that a degree of peaceful interaction developed between them, as in the case of Samson choosing a Philistine wife from Timnah (Judg.
The identification of Tel Batash as biblical Timnah, based on its geographical location between Beth Shemesh and Tel Miqne/Ekron as per Joshua 15:10-11, is now quite certain (p.
Genesis 38 contains many allusions to places within the future territory of the tribe of Judah (Adullam, Timnah, Enaim), and to people who play a role in the life of King David, (Tamar and Bat-Shua/Bathsheba).