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the name given to a false prophet Shemaiah, who went with the captives to Babylon (Jer 29:24,31-32). The origin of the name is unknown. It is rendered in the marg, "dreamer."
A title from the father or the country, Shemaiah (Jer 29:24,31-32). Halam means a "dream"; Jeremiah glances at the "dreamer" scornfully (Jer 29:8).
An epithet applied to Shemaiah, a false prophet who opposed Jeremiah (Jer 29:24,31-32). According to analogy the word should mean 'an inhabitant of Nehelam.' but there is no place of that name mentioned in the Bible.
Designation of Shemaiah the false prophet. Jer 29:24,31-32. Its signification is unknown. In the margin it is 'dreamer.'