- tall people or giants who lived in S Palestine and were destroyed or scattered after the arrival of the Hebrews. Num. 13:28, 31; Deut. 2:21; 9:2.
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Examples from the Web for anakim
These Anakim were the men that had so terrified the ten spies.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Joshua
William Garden Blaikie
Better, indeed, the gripe of the demons or the sword of the Anakim.
I have a task in store for these same Anakim, and I purpose leading them myself.
Meantime the Anakim were fighting at considerable disadvantage.
Adanson estimated the age of some of these Anakim of trees at 1500 years.The Desert World