🔼The name Sitnah in the Bible
Sitnah is the second in a series of three wells dug by the men of Isaac (Genesis 26:21). The first two wells, Esek and Sitnah in the valley of Gerar, were quarreled over and abandoned. The third well is named Rehoboth.
🔼Etymology of the name Sitnah
The word שטנה (Sitnah) is the feminine form of שטן, satan, which means adversary. Both names come from the verb שטן (satan), meaning to resist or be an adversary:
For a meaning of the name Sitnah, NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads enmity. Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names has Accusation and adds Hatred.