🔼The name En-eglaim in the Bible
The name En-eglaim (or Eneglaim as only the NAS has) occurs only one time in the Bible, in Ezekiel's magnificent vision of the healing river that will flow from the Temple. Its water will make everything fresh, including the seas, and it will teem with fish to such a degree that fishermen will stand on the shores and cast their nets from En-gedi to En-eglaim (Ezekiel 47:10).
🔼Etymology of the name En-eglaim
The name En-eglaim consists of two elements. The first part is the noun עין ('ayin), meaning either eye or fountain:
The second part of our name is a plural (or rather dual) form of the noun עגל ('egel), meaning calf:
For a meaning of the name En-eglaim, NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads the curious Fountain Of Calf. Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names: Fountain Of Two Calves. BDB Theological Dictionary does not interpret our name.