Pithom

[ pahy-thuhm ]
/ ˈpaɪ θəm /

noun

one of the two cities built by Israelite slaves in Egypt. Exodus 1:11.

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Origin of Pithom

From Hebrew Pĕthōm, from Egyptian pr-itm “house of (the god) Atum”
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