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Anakim

[ an-uh-kim ]
/ ˈæn ə kɪm /
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plural noun

tall people or giants who lived in southern Palestine and were destroyed or scattered after the arrival of the Hebrews. Numbers 13:28, 31; Deuteronomy 2:21; 9:2.

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Origin of Anakim

From Hebrew ʿănāqīm “giants,” plural of ʿănāq
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