Mal'cham (Heb. Malkam', מִלכָּם, their king, as often [and as it should be rendered in Zep 1:5, instead of the Auth.Vers. "Malcham," i.e. MOROCH]; Septuag. Μελχάμ v. r. Μελχάς,Vullg. Molchom), the fourth-named of the seven sons of Shaharaim by his wife Hodesh (1Ch 8:9). B.C. prob. 1612. SEE MILCOM.