||These are the children of Tziv'on: Ayah and Anah. Anah was the one who discovered [how to breed] mules in the desert when he was tending the donkeys for his father Tziv'on.
Ve'eleh vney-Tsiv'on ve'Ayah va'Anah hu Anah asher matsa et-hayemim bamidbar bir'oto et-haChamorim le-Tsiv'on aviv.
||These are the children of Anah: Dishon and Oholibamah daughter of Anah.
Ve'eleh vney-Anah Dishon ve'Aholivamah bat-Anah.
See 1 Chronicles 1:40. Others, however, have the name here as V'ayah or Fayah (Rashbam; Ibn Ezra).
See notes on Genesis 36:2, 36:24.
(Pesachim 54b; Chullin 7b; Yerushalmi Berakhoth 8:5; Rashi). The mule is a crossbreed between a horse and a donkey. Yemim in Hebrew. Others identify the Yemim with the Emim (Genesis 14:5), and translate the verse, 'who encountered giants' (Onkelos; cf. Ibn Ezra, Ramban. Also see Sefer HaYashar, p. 97). The Vulgate translates yemim as 'hot springs,' and the Syriac renders it as water or springs, but there is no support for this in Judaic sources. (Also see Or Yashar, Siddur Ramak, Amud HaTorah 11). The Septuagint leaves the word untranslated.
If Anah son of Seir and Anah son of Tziv'on are two different individuals, this is most probably the former.
See Genesis 36:21.
Esau's wife; Genesis 36:2.