Word Summary
Anaq: "neck", a Canaanite
Original Word: עָנָק
Transliteration: Anaq
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-nawk')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Short Definition: "neck", a Canaanite
Meaning: Anak -- "neck", a Canaanite
Strong's Concordance

The same as anaq; Anak, a Canaanite -- Anak.

see HEBREW anaq


H6061. Anaq

I. עֲנָקnoun [masculine] neck, only in

epithet of people הָעֲנָק בְּנֵיlong-necked (tall) men, early giant people about Hebron and in Philistia, Ενακ, Εναχ, Joshua 15:14 (JE) = Judges 1:20, without article Numbers 13:33 (JE), Deuteronomy 9:2; also הָע ׳יְלִדַיNumbers 13:22, 28; Joshua 15:14 (all J E); called also עֲנָקִיםlong-necks, Ενακειμ, 14:12, 15 (JE), 11:21-22, (D), Deuteronomy 2:10-11, 21 + Jeremiah 47:5 (read עֲנָקִים‎ for עִמְקָם ᵑ0‎), and perhaps 1 Chronicles 12:16 (see עֵמֶקnear the end); עֲנָקִים בְּנֵי1:28 (ᵐ5γίγαντες, compare Numbers 13:33), 9:2; עֲנָק‎ later (erroneously) as eponymous ancestor of Anakim Joshua 15:13 = עֲנוֺק21:11 (both P). — See especially MeyZAW i (1881), 139 GFMJudges 1:10. 20 CheEncy. Bib. ANAK.