Bel'men (Βελμέν v. r. Βελμαίν and Βελμαίμ; Vulg. omits), a place named among the towns of Samaria as lying between Bethhoron and Jericho (Judith 4:4). The Hebrew name would seem to have been Abel-maim, but the only place of that name in the O.T. was far to the north of the locality here alluded to. SEE ABEL-MAIM. The Syriac version has Abel-mehoclah, which is more consistent with the context. SEE ABEL-MEHOLAH; BELMAIM.