U'lam (Heb. Ulam', אוּלָם, porch; Sept. Οùλάμ v.r. occasionally Αἰλέμ), the name of two Hebrews.
1. First named of the two sons of Sheresh and father of Bedan in the Gileadite posterity of Manasseh (1Ch 6:16-17). B.C. cir. 1618.
2. The first-born of Eshek among the descendants of king Saul, and the ancestor of one hundred and fifty valiant archers (1Ch 8:39-40). B.C. cir. 588.