Word Summary
elam: a porch
Original Word: אֵילָם
Transliteration: elam
Phonetic Spelling: (ay-lawm')
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Short Definition: a porch
Meaning: a pillar-space, a pale
Strong's Concordance

Or (shortened);elam {ay-lawm'}; or (feminine) ielammah {ay-lam-maw'}; probably from 'ayil; a pillar-space (or colonnade), i.e. A pale (or portico) -- arch.

see HEBREW 'ayil


H361. elam

[אֵילָם‎] noun masculine porch (= אוּלָם‎), q. v.; only Ezekiel, where Co always for אוּלָם‎, compare ᵐ5αἰλαμ; BöNÄ 929; makes אילםvestibule, אולםporch) — אֵילָם‎ read for אֵילִיםEzekiel 40:37 (so Sm Co); suffix אילמו‎ Kt 40:22 (twice in verse) + 4 t. (Qr אֵילַמָּיו‎) + 41:15 Co (for אֻלַמֵּי ᵑ0‎); אלמו‎ Kt 40:21 6t. (Qr אֵלַמָּיו‎). — Co all singular: — plural אֵלַמּוֺת40:16 (Co singular) 40:30 (strike out Co compare MSS. of HCT, B etc., also Ew Hi Sm). — porch, of Ezekiel's temple 40:16, 21 13t.