Word Summary
Tanak: a Canaanite city assigned to Manasseh
Original Word: תַּעֲנָךְ
Transliteration: Tanak
Phonetic Spelling: (tah-an-awk')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Location
Short Definition: a Canaanite city assigned to Manasseh
Meaning: Taanach -- a Canaanite city assigned to Manasseh
Strong's Concordance
Taanach, Tanach

Or Tanak {tah-nawk'}; of uncertain derivation; Taanak or Tanak, a place in Palestine -- Taanach, Tanach.


H8590. Tanak

תַּעְנָךְproper name, of a location in Great Plain, [׳ת‎ Baer Gi; van d. H. תַּעֲנָח‎, except Joshua 21:25; 1 Chronicles 7:29]; usually named with Megiddo: old Can. City, Judges 5:19; Joshua 12:21 ( = Egyptian Ta-'-n-k-â, Ta-'a-na-k, WMMAs.u.Eur.170, 195); assigned to Manasseh 17:11; 21:25; Jeremiah 1:27; 1 Chronicles 7:29 (yet within territory of Issachar Joshua 17:11; 19:18ff.); named also 1 Kings 4:12; ᵐ5Θανααχ, Θααναχ, Ταναχ, etc.; = modern Ta'annuk, approximately 4 2-Janmiles south-southeast from Lejjun (Megiddo), RobBR iii. 117 GuevrinSam. ii. 226 ff. BuhlG 288 f. WilsonHast. DB TAANACH.