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In Hebrew, plurals of masculine nouns end with ‘im’.
Eloah – singular god Elohim – plural gods
El – singular god Elim – plural gods
So technically speaking Elohim/Elim, is plural; but context often shows it should be read as singular.
Like the word ‘sheep’ it’s the context that determines the word is singular or plural.
2000+ times Elohim means the singular Yahweh.
Beney means “son of”
Beney Elohim Sons of gods or sons of God. To be determined by context.
Beney Elim Sons of gods or sons of God. To be determined by context.
Proper names never have the ‘ha’ prefix.