Telem in Easton's Bible Dictionary
oppression. (1.) A porter of the temple in the time of Ezra
(2.) A town in the southern border of Judah (Josh.
probably the same as Telaim.
Telem in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A city in the extreme S. of Judah (Joshua 15:24). (See
TELAIM.) Conjectured to be Kubbet el Baul, bordering on the
Telem in Hitchcock's Bible Names
their dew; their shadow
Telem in Naves Topical Bible
-1. A city of the tribe of Judah
-2. A porter who put away (divorced) his Gentile wife
Telem in Smiths Bible Dictionary
1. One of the cities in the extreme south of Judah,
Jos 15:24 probably the same as Telaim. The name Dhullam is
found in Van de Velde's map, attached to a district
immediately to the north of the Kubbet el-Baul, south of el
Milh and Ar'arah --a position very suitable.
2. A porter or doorkeeper of the temple in the time of
Ezra. Ezr 10:24 He is probably the same as TALMON in
Telem in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
te'-lem (Telem; Telem): A city in the Negeb "toward the border
of Edom," belonging to Judah (Josh 15:24). In Septuagint of 2
Sam 3:12 Abner is said to send messengers to David at Thelam
(Thailam); this would seem to be the same place and also to be
identical with the Telaim and Telam of Saul (see TELAIM). It
is probably the same as the Talmia of the Talmud (Neubauer,
Geog. du Talmud, 121). The site has not been recovered.
Telem in Wikipedia
Telem can be any of the following:
In the Hebrew Bible:
a porter of the temple in the time of Ezra (10:24).
a town in the southern border of Judah (Josh. 15:24); probably
the same as Telaim.
Telem Scripture - Ezra 10:24
Of the singers also; Eliashib: and of the porters; Shallum,
and Telem, and Uri.
Telem Scripture - Joshua 15:24
Ziph, and Telem, and Bealoth,