DIBLAIM (dĭb-lā'ĭm). Father-in-law of Hosea the prophet (Hos.1.3).

DIBLAIM dĭb’ lĭ əm or dĭb lā’ əm (דִּבְלָ֑יִם, may mean two lumps, mouthfuls, cakes, as of pressed figs). The father of Gomer, the unfaithful wife of the prophet Hosea (Hos 1:3).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

dib’-la-im, dib-la’-im (dibhlayim, "two cakes"): A native of Northern Israel and father of Gomer, the wife of Hosea (Ho 1:3).