Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #6002 - עֲמָלֵק
Amalek = “dweller in a valley”
1) son of Eliphaz by his concubine Timnah, grandson of Esau, and progenitor of a tribe of people in southern Canaan
2) descendants of Amalek
(1) Amalek, the Amalekites, a very ancient people (Genesis 14:7 Numb. 24:20 ), inhabiting the regions south of Palestine, between Edom and Egypt (compare -Ex. 17:816 ; Numb. 13:30 1 Samuel 15:7), also dwelling on the east of the Dead Sea and Mount Seir (Numbers 24:20; Judges 3:13, 6:3, 33 Judges 6:33); they seem also to have settled here and there in the middle of Canaan, whence the Mount of the Amalekites in the tribe of Ephraim, Judges 12:15 compare Judges 5:14.-In the Arabian genealogies عِمْلِيقُ, عَمَالِيقُ is mentioned amongst the aboriginal Arabians. See Relandi Palæstina, p. 78-82; J. D. Michaëlis, Spicileg. Geogr. Hebr. Ext. tom. i. p. 170-177; ejusd. Supplemm. p. 1927; Vater, Comment. über den Pentat. vol. i. p. 140; and my remarks in Ersch and Gruber’s Encycl. iii. 301, under the word Amalek.-Gent. noun עֲמָלֵקִי, with the art. collect. Genesis 14:7; Judges 12:15.
(2) a grandson of Esau, and the founder of an Arabian tribe, Genesis 36:16 compare verse 12 Genesis 36:12 and Vater, loc. cit.
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