Or'nan (Heb. Ornan', אָרנָן; Sept. Ο᾿ρνᾶ; Targum usually אַרווָן, but also אַרנוֹן, אַרנָן, אָרוֹוָן, and niM; Vulg. Ornan), the form in which the name of the Jebusite king, who in the older record of the book of Samuel is called Araunah, Aranyah, Ha-avarnah, or Haornah, is given in Chronicles (1Ch 21:15,18,20-25,28; 2Ch 3:1). SEE ARAINAH. In some of the Greek versions of Origen's Hexapla collected by Bahrdt, the threshing-floor of Ornan (Ε᾿ρνὰ τοῦ Ι᾿εβουσαίου) is named for that of Nachon in 2Sa 6:6.