Za'ham (Heb. id., זִהִם, in pause זָהִם, rancidity or fatness; Sept. Ζαάμ v.r. Ζάλάμ and ῾Ροολάμ; Vulg. Zoom), last named of the three sons of Rehoboam' by one of his wives (2Ch 12:16), named Abihail (q.v.), according to the common version, but, as Keil maintains, (Comment. ad loc.) by Mahath (Abihail being the mother of the latter). B.C. 973.

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