oak of Paran, a place on the edge of the wilderness bordering the territory of the Horites (Ge 14:6). This was the farthest point to which Chedorlaomer's expedition extended. It is identified with the modern desert of et-Tih. (See Paran.)
In the margin 'the plain of Paran,' or some boundary mark in the wilderness of Paran in the south of Palestine. Ge 14:6.