Word Summary
Tidal: perhaps a Canaanite king
Original Word: תִּדְעָל
Transliteration: Tidal
Phonetic Spelling: (tid-awl')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Short Definition: perhaps a Canaanite king
Meaning: Tidal -- perhaps a Canaanite king
Strong's Concordance

Or Tammor (1 Kings 9:18) {tam-more'}; apparently from tamar; palm-city; Tadmor, a place near Palestine -- Tadmor.

see HEBREW tamar


H8413. Tidal

תִּדְעָלproper name, masculine king allied with Chedorlaomer called גּוֺיִם מֶלֶךְGenesis 14:1, 9; Θαλγα[λ], ᵐ5L Θαργαλ (proper name Tud—ula occurs on late Babylonian tablet, PinchesTrans. Vict. Inst., xxix (1897), 47, 73, SayAcad. Mar. 21, 1896, 242; Hast. DB TIDAL; but identification of person unproven, LW KingHammurabi i (1898), liii HptBall 14:1 CheEncy. Bib. TIDAL).

תהה‎ (√ of following; meaning dubious: Aramaic תְּהָא‎ is rage, roar (of earth, with reference to Genesis 1:2), of man, bluster; al. compare Arabic go astray, desert waste, but this very doubtful).