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Meonenim


Meon’enim (enchanters), The plain of, an oak or terebinth, or other great tree. Judges 9:37. The meaning of Meonenim, if interpreted as a Hebrew word, is enchanters or “observers of times,” as it is elsewhere rendered, Deut. 18:10, 14; in Micah 5:12 it is “soothsayers.”