Definition of Ethanim in US English:

Ethanim

(also Etanim)

noun

Judaism
historical
  • In the pre-exilic Jewish calendar: the seventh month of the religious year and first of the civil year, usually coinciding with parts of September and October; in post-exilic times called "Tishri".

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Biblia: the Bible. From (i) post-classical Latin Ethanim (Vulgate).

Pronunciation

Ethanim

/ˈɛθənɪm/