A Noble Person
Any person who is considered a noble.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Noble; Nobleman; Nobility
Noble; Nobleman; Nobility [Heb ʾaddîr, ʾaddereṯ, hāḏār, ḥōr, nāḏîḇ, nāg̱îḏ, partemîm, gāḏōl, niphal part of kāḇēḏ; Aram yaqqîr; Gk kalós, timḗ, eugenḗs (ánthrōpos)]; AV also GOODLY, EXCELLENT, LIBERAL, HONOUR, PRINCE, etc.; NEB also CHIEFTAIN, LEADER, NOTABLE, RENOWNED,
Dictionary of Deities and Demons in the Bible
Noble Ones
NOBLE ONES אדיריםI. In the OT the adjective ʾaddîr is used in describing →Yahweh (Exod 15:11; 1 Sam 4:8; Pss 18:2, 10; 76:5) and also of persons or things of more than normal stature or strength, like the sea (Ps 93:4), the mighty cedars of the Libanon (Ezek 17:23), mighty people (Ezek 32:18), or kings
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
NOBLE; NOBLES; NOBLEMAN<no’-b’-l>, <no’-b’-lz>, <no’-b’-l-man> (חוֹרִימע, chorim], ירע, ’addir]; [εὐγενής, eugenes], [κράτιστος, Kratistos], [βασιλικός, basilikos]): “Nobles” is the translation of the Hebrew chorim (occurring only in the plural), “free-born,” “noble” (1 Kings 21:8, 11;
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 4, M–P
noble. This English term, as an adjective or noun, is used variously in Bible versions to render several words. The Hebrew term ḥōr H2985, indicating free or noble birth, is used as a noun, occurs only in the plural, and is especially frequent in the book of Nehemiah (1 Ki. 21:8, 11; Neh. 2:16; 4:14;
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Noble, Nobles, Nobleman
NOBLE, nōʹb’l, NOBLES, nōʹb’lz, NOBLEMAN, nōʹb’l-man (חוֹרִים‎, ḥōrīm, אַדִּיר‎, ’addīr εὐγενής, eugenḗs, κράτιστος, krátistos, βασιλικός, basilikós): “Nobles” is the tr of the Heb ḥōrīm (occurring only in the pl.), “free-born,” “noble” (1 K 21:8, 11; Neh 2:16; 6:17, etc); of ‘addīr, “begirded,”