Sasam is interpreted as a theophoric element in the personal name sismāy (1 Chr. 2.40; HALAT 719; Fowler 1988: 64). The deity is attested in Canaanite theophoric personal names and as a demon in a Phoenician incantation.
Sasam appears in West semitic theophoric personal names (Fauth 1970:229–233). West Semitic: ša-aš-ma-a (ADD 151: BE:1); Ugaritic: ʿbdssm (UM 73 Rev. 6), bn ssm (PRU II 47:18); Phoenician: ʿbdssm (KAI 35:1; 40:3; 49:11, 46.47; mainly from Cyprus); [s]smy // Σεσμα…