And he saw there the daughter of a man of Chanaan, called Sue: and taking her to wife, he went in unto her.
He said: Cursed be Chanaan, a servant of servants shall he be unto his brethren.
He is like Chanaan, there is a deceitful balance in his hand, he hath loved oppression.
They answered: From the land of Chanaan, to buy necessaries of life.
Plutarch informs us that Egypt was sometimes called Chemia: this name is supposed to be derived from Chanaan.
The limits of Chanaan; with the names of the men that make the division of it.
All the people of Chanaan is hush, all are cut off that were wrapped up in silver.
Saying: To thee will I give the land of Chanaan: the lot of your inheritance.
He sojourneth in Chanaan, and then by occasion of a famine, goeth down to Egypt.
It hath not been heard of in the land of Chanaan, neither hath it been seen in Theman.