And the younger, she also bare a son, and called his name Benammi: the same is
the father of the children of Ammon unto this day.
And Zanoah, and Engannim, Tappuah, and Enam,
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A city of the shephelah or lowland of Judah (Joshua 15:34). In Genesis 38:14; Genesis 38:21, read as margin "in the gate (phathach ) of Enaim," instead of "in an open place." It lay on the road from Judah's dwelling place to Timnath. Aben Ezra less probably translates "at the breaking forth of two fountains." Conder identifies it with Allin, a ruin close to Thamna, now Tibneh, three miles to the E. on an ancient road from Adullam, the very road by which Judah would have come from Adullain to Timnah. The fellahin dialect changes "n" into "l".
Holman Bible Dictionary
(ee' nam) See Enaim .
Morrish Bible Dictionary
City in the lowlands of Judah. Joshua 15:34 . Identified with the ruins at Wady Alin, 31 45' N, 34 59' E .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Open Place - Enaim; the same probably as Enam (Joshua 15:34 ), a city in the lowland or Shephelah
Enaim - It is probably the same as Enam in the tribal territory of Judah (Joshua 15:34 )
Enaim - ‘ Enam ’; Genesis 38:14 , AV [Note: Authorized Version
Fountain - Enaim (Enam, Joshua 15:34 ) means “two springs