One of Job's three friends, a native of some unknown place called Naamah. He appears but twice in the dialogue, once less than his two associates, whose general sentiments he shares, with perhaps more severity of judgment against Job, 11'>Job 2:11; 11; Job 20.
chirping, one of Job's friends who came to condole with him in his distress (Job 2:11. The LXX. render here "king of the Mineans" = Ma'in, Maonites, Jg 10:12, in Southern Arabia). He is called a Naamathite, or an inhabitant of some unknown place called Naamah.
The third in order of Job's three friends, described in the Septuagint as 'king of the Min