Dib'laim (Hebrew, Dibla´yim, דַּבלִיַם, two round cakes, e.g. of dried figs pressed together into a mass, as in 1Sa 25:18; but according to Furst, Heb.
Handw. s.v., double coition; Sept. Δεβηλαείμ, v. r. Δεβηλαϊvμ), the name of the father of Hosea's meretricious wife (Ho 1:3). B.C. ante 725.