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Smith's Bible Dictionary
Za-ana'im. (removings). The plain of Zaanaim. Or more accurately, "the oak by Zaanaim," a tree - probably a sacred tree - mentioned as marking the spot near which Heber, the Kenite, was encamped when Sisera took refuge in his tent. Judges 4:11. Its situation is defined as "near Kedesh," that is, Kedesh-naphtali, the name of which still lingers on the high ground north of Safed and two or three miles west of the lake of el-Huleh (waters of Merom). This whole region abounds in oaks.
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Smith, William, Dr. Entry for 'Zaanaim'. Smith's Bible Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/sbd/z/zaanaim.html. 1901.