Bet'onim (Heb. Betonim', בּטֹנִים, pistachio-nuts [comp. the botnim, Ge 43:11, and the Arabic butm = TEREBINTH]; Sept. Βοτανίμ), a town in the tribe of Gad, mentioned in connection with Ramath-mizpeh and Mahanaim (Jos 13:26); probably identical with a ruined village Batneh (Robinson, Researches, 3, Append. p. 169), on Matthew Gilead, about five miles west of es-Salt (Van de Velde, Map).

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