Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
CASLUHIM . A name occurring in Genesis 10:14 , 1 Chronicles 1:12 , in connexion with the names of other peoples there spoken of as descended from Mizraim, esp. the Caphtorim and Philistines.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
Of Mizraite (Egyptian) origin (Genesis 10:14; 1 Chronicles 1:12). Herodotus (2:104) says the Colchians were of Egyptian origin; so Bochart identifies the Casluhim with the Colchians. Out of them proceeded the Philistines. Forster (Ep. ad Michael., 16, etc.) conjectures Casiotis, a region between Gaza and Pelusium, called from Mount Custos. Knobel says the name in Coptic means burning, i.e. a dry desert region. The Colchians were probably a colony from Casiotis.
Morrish Bible Dictionary
People who descended from Mizraim, and 'out of whom came Philistim' or the Philistines (some of the Philistines: see CAPHTOR). Genesis 10:14 ; 1 Chronicles 1:12 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Hopes of life
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Fortified, a people descended from Mizraim (Genesis 10:14 ; 1 Chronicles 1:12 ). Their original seat was probably somewhere in Lower Egypt, along the sea-coast to the south border of Palestine.
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary
Descendants of Mizraim. See CAPHTORIM .
Casluhim - Casluhim
Casluh - (cass' luh), Casluhim (cass' lyoo hihm), CASLUHITES (cass' lyoo hitess) Clan name of “sons of Mizraim (or Egypt)” and “father” of the Philistines in the Table of Nations (Genesis 10:14 )
Caphtor - See Casluhim...
Casluhim - Herodotus (2:104) says the Colchians were of Egyptian origin; so Bochart identifies the Casluhim with the Colchians
Caphtorim - Descendants of Mizraim, and kindred to the Casluhim, near whom they were probably located on the northeast coast of Africa
Caphtor - Sprung from Mizraim (Genesis 10:14), akin to the Philistines who proceeded from the Casluhim, who sprung from Mizraim (Genesis 10:13-14). ...
Pusey suggests there were different immigrations of the same tribe into Palestine, which afterward merged in one name: the Casluhim first; a second from the Caphtorim; a third the Cherethim or Cretans, Crete being an intermediate resting place in their migrations from whence some passed into Philistia
Caphtor - In Genesis 10:14 Caphtorim is used of the country itself in place of Caphtor; it should be placed in the text immediately after Casluhim
Philistia - Genesis 10:14 "Casluhim, out of whom came Philistine. " (See CAPHTORIM; Casluhim. As in Amos and Jeremiah the Philistines are traced to Caphtor, probably the Casluhim and Caphtorim were tribes which intermingled, the Caphtorim having strengthened the Casluchian colony by immigration; so the Philistines may be said to have come from either (Bochart). ) Successive emigrations of the same race took place into Philistia, first the Casluhim, then the Caphtorim from both of which came the Philistines, who seemingly were in subjection in Caphtor (the northern delta of Egypt), from whence "Jehovah brought them up" (Amos 9:7)
Philistines - Descendants, with the Caphtorim, of the Pathrusim, and the Casluhim, two clans descended from Ham
Philistim - or PHILISTINES, a people who are commonly said to have descended from Casluhim, the son of Mizraim or Mizr, who peopled Egypt
Division of the Earth - The Caphtorim and the Casluhim, whose descendants were the Philistim of Palestine, occupied the district which lies between the delta of the Nile and the southern extremity of Palestine, Deuteronomy 2:23 ; Amos 9:7