Appaim

APPAIM (ăp'ā-ĭm, Heb. ’appayim). Son of Nadab, of the family of Hezron (1Chr.2.30-1Chr.2.31).


APPAIM ăp’ ĭ əm אַפָּ֑יִם, traditionally interpreted as “faces,” or more prob. “little-nose.” A Judean descendant of Israel the patriarch, mentioned only in the genealogy of 1 Chronicles 2:30, 31.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

ap’-aa-im, ap’-a-im (appayim, "nostrils"): A son of Nadab of the house of Jerahmeel, of Judah (1Ch 2:30 f).