ESCHOL ĕsh’ kŏl (אֶשְׁכֹּ֔ול; LXX (1) ̓Εσχώλ, (2) Βότρυς; Vul. botrys; Luther Eskol).
1. אֶשְׁכֹּ֔ול means bunch, cluster; properly the stem or stalk of a cluster viz., (a) grapes (
2. An Amorite, brother of Mamre and Aner, who apparently resided near Hebron (
3. The valley or wadi where the twelve spies found a cluster of grapes so huge that it required two men to carry it (