Morrish Bible Dictionary 
Designation of an inhabitant of Shunem.
1. Abishag, the 'fair damsel' that was chosen to cherish David in his old age. 1 Kings 1:3,15; 1 Kings 2:17-22 .
2. The 'great woman' who provided Elisha with a lodging. She was rewarded with a son, but he died when a lad. She hastened to the prophet, and her faith was such that she could say, "It is well." This was answered by her son being raised to life again. 2 Kings 4:8-37 .
Easton's Bible Dictionary 
1 Kings 1:3 2 Kings 4:12
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible 
Shunammite . See next article.
Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary 
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia 
shōō´na - mı̄t ( שׁנמּית , shunammı̄th , שׁוּנמּית , shūnammı̄th ; Codex Vaticanus Σωμανεῖτις , Sōmaneı́tis ; Codex Alexandrinus Σουμανιτῆς , Soumanitḗs ): Applied to natives of Shunem.
(1) Abishag, who was brought to minister to the aged king David, love for whom led Adonijah to his doom ( 1 Kings 1:3 , 1 Kings 1:15; 1 Kings 2:17 , etc.).
(2) The woman, name unknown, whose son Elisha raised from the dead ( 2 Kings 4:12 , etc.). Later when apparently she had become a widow, after seven years' absence on account of famine, in the land of the Philistines, she returned to find her property in the hands of others. Elisha's intervention secured its restoration ( 2 Kings 8:1-6 ).
Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature 
(Heb. with the art. hash-Shunammith'. השּׁוּנִמּית [in 1 Kings 2:22, the shorter form הִשֻּׁמַּית ], The Shunammitess ; Sept. Ἡ Σωμανεῖτις v.r. Σουμανιτις ) , a native of SHUNEM, as is plain from 2 Kings 4:1. It is applied to two persons — Abishag, the nurse of king David ( 1 Kings 1:3; 1 Kings 1:15; 1 Kings 2:17; 1 Kings 2:21-22), and the nameless hostess of Elisha ( 2 Kings 4:12; 2 Kings 4:25; 2 Kings 4:36). See Woodward, Lectures on the Shunammite (Lond. 1840). The modern representative of Shunem being Solam, some have suggested (as Gesenius, Thesaur. p. 1379 b), or positively affirmed (as Furst, Handwb. 2, 422), that Shunammite is identical with Shulammite ( Song of Solomon 6:13). But this lacks probability.
- Shunammite from Morrish Bible Dictionary
- Shunammite from Easton's Bible Dictionary
- Shunammite from Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
- Shunammite from Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
- Shunammite from International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
- Shunammite from Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature