Word Summary
Zuzim: a people East of the Jordan
Original Word: זוּזַים
Transliteration: Zuzim
Phonetic Spelling: (zoo-zeem')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a people East of the Jordan
Meaning: Zuzim -- a people East of the Jordan
Strong's Concordance

Plural probably from the same as ziyz; prominent; Zuzites, an aboriginal tribe of Palestine -- Zuzims.

see HEBREW ziyz


H2104. Zuzim

זוּזִיםproper name, of a people an ancient trans-Jordanic people, dwelling in הָםGenesis 14:5; otherwise unknown; abode apparently in (later) land of Ammon, between Bashan and Moab; commonly supposed = זַמְזֻמִּים‎ q. v., in that case perhaps text error in one case or the other, compare NöUntersuchungen z. Kritik d. A. T. 162. — (ᵐ5ἔθνη ἰσχυρά). — On proper name, of a location Ζιζα, , between Bosra and Lejûn, compare Kn Di on the passage, TristrMoab 182 ff.