Timnah

Timnah (tĭmˈnə) [key] or Timnath tĭmˈnăth, 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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