🔼The name Anem in the Bible
Anem is a Levitical city in Issachar which was given to the Levitical family of the Gershomites (1 Chronicles 6:73). BDB Theological Dictionary notes that from comparative texts it seems that this city may also have been known as עין גנים (En-gannim — see Joshua 19:21 and 21:29).
🔼Etymology of the name Anem
The name Anem is possibly a plural of the common Hebrew word עין ('ayin), meaning spring of water, but which is also the regular word for eye:
The connections between eye and fountain are as obvious as they are subtle, and the meaning of the name Anem goes much deeper than our simple translations can convey. NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads Double Fountain. BDB Theological Dictionary reads Two Fountains.