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  • proper n. From the Bible Deuteronomy 1.28 A race of bigger than usual people, the sons of Anak, who were living in Canaan at the time of the arrival of Moses and the Israelites

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  • Also known as the Anakim in modern Bible translations.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Compare the apocryphal giants, the Anakim, wiped out in the Flood of Genesis.

    Strange Fiction 8

  • You are about to cross the Jordan today, to go in and dispossess nations larger and mightier than you, great cities, fortified to the heavens, a strong and tall people, the offspring of the Anakim, whom you know.

    Scriptures at Your Fingertips

  • You have heard it said of them, “Who can stand up to the Anakim?”

    Scriptures at Your Fingertips

  • The mercenaries of Constantius are men from the Shemitish cities of the west, Pelishtim, Anakim, Akkharim, and are ardently hated by the Zuagirs and other wandering tribes.

    The Bloody Crown of Conan

  • There were meats enough to have feasted the Anakim.

    Error Felix

  • The Anakim are fighting the Kushites, who had their hands full already.

    Conan the Freebooter

  • Anakim, Akkharim -- and are ardently hated by the Zuagirs and other wandering tribes.

    Conan the Freebooter

  • But if revolt breaks out again, the Anakim are more likely to fight against the Kushites than with them.

    Conan the Freebooter

  • Anakim and Pelishtim, mingling as they ran, chased the fleeing king.

    Conan the Freebooter

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