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Addar (descendant of Benjamin)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Addar, Son of Bela
Addar, Son of Bela (אַדָּר‎, addar). A son of Bela in the tribe of Benjamin mentioned in a genealogy in 1 Chronicles (1 Chr 8:3; compare Num 26:40; Gen 46:21).
Ard, Son of Benjamin
Ard, Descendant of Benjamin (אַרְדְּ‎, ard). The eponymous ancestor of the Ardites. Ard is listed as a son of Benjamin according to Gen 46:21, but a descendant of Bela according to Num 26:40. The use of “son” in the Genesis genealogy probably indicates that Ard is a descendant of Benjamin, rather than
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Addar (Person)
ADDAR (PERSON) [Heb ʾaddār (אַדָּר)]. The first son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:3). The name “Addar” appears only in this portion of an extended genealogy (1 Chronicles 7–8) listing Benjamin’s descendants. Parallel genealogies list “Ard” as either a son of Bela (Num 26:40), or a son of
Ard (Person)
ARD (PERSON) [Heb ʾārd (אָרְדּ)]. Var. ADDAR. ARDITES. One of Benjamin’s ten sons, according to the Benjaminite genealogy of Gen 46:21, and head of the Ardites (Num 26:40). The variant form of the name, i.e., “Addar,” is easily explained as a transposition of the Hebrew consonants reš and dalet. The
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Addar (Person)
Addar (Person). Alternate name for Ard, one of Benjamin’s descendants, in 1 Chronicles 8:3.See Ard, Ardite.
Ard
Ard, Ardite. One of the eight sons of Bela (Nm 26:40), Benjamin’s firstborn son (1 Chr 8:1). Ard is called Benjamin’s son in the Hebrew sense, meaning descendant (Gn 46:21). He was the founder of the Ardite family, a subclan of Benjamin’s tribe. The Ard/Addar transposition in 1 Chronicles 8:3 is probably
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Addar
1. A grandson of Benjamin, sometimes counted as one of his sons (1 Ch. 8:3).
Ard
Ard ärd [Heb. ’ard—‘humpbacked’] (Gen. 46:21; Nu. 26:40). A descendant of Benjamin. Nu. 26:38–40 mentions five sons of Benjamin, together with Ard and Naaman, the sons of Bela, Benjamin’s oldest son, counting all seven as ancestors of Benjaminite families. In 1 Ch. 8:1–3 Addar and Naaman are mentioned,
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Addar (Person)
ADDAR (Person) Alternate name for Ard, one of Benjamin’s descendants, in 1 Chronicles 8:3. See Ard, Ardite.
Ard
ARD, ARDITE One of the nine sons of Bela (Nm 26:40), Benjamin’s firstborn son (1 Chr 8:1). Ard is called Benjamin’s son in the Hebrew sense, meaning descendant (Gn 46:21). He was the founder of the Ardite family, a subclan of Benjamin’s tribe. The Ard/Addar transposition in 1 Chronicles 8:3 is probably
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Ard
Ard (ahrd).1 One of the sons of Benjamin (Gen. 46:21).2 The son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (Num. 26:40), called Adar in 1 Chron. 8:3.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Addar
ADDAR1. A city on the border of Judah W of Kadesh-barnea (Josh 15:3, RSV), called by the double name Hazar-addar in (Num 34:4).2. The son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:3). Elsewhere called Ard (Gen 46:21).
Ard
ARD, ARDITE. One of the descendants of Benjamin who founded a clan in Egypt (Gen 46:21; Num 26:40).Ard is alternately Addar (q.v.; 1 Chr 8:3).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Addar
Addar (Heb. ʾaddār) (PERSON)A son of Bela the Benjaminite (1 Chr. 8:3), probably the same person as Ard (Gen. 46:21).
Ard
Ard (Heb. ʾard) (also ADDAR)A descendant of Benjamin and the son of Bela, listed among ancestral clan leaders who accompanied Jacob to Egypt (Gen. 46:21; Num. 26:40). At 1 Chr. 8:3 he is called Addar.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Addar (Person)
ADDAR [ădˊär] (Heb. ˒addār, perhaps “abundance”) (PERSON). A son of Bela the Benjaminite (1 Chr. 8:3), probably the same person as Ard (Gen. 46:21).
Ard
Ard [ärd] (Heb. ˒ard “humpbacked”). A descendant of Benjamin, listed among those ancestral clan leaders who accompanied Jacob to Egypt (Gen. 46:21; Num. 26:40); at 1 Chr. 8:3 he is called Addar. He was the son of Bela.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ard
Ard (one that descends), the son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin. Gen. 46:21; Num. 26:40. In 1 Chron. 8:3 he is called Addar.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Addar
Addarample, splendid, son of Bela (1 Chr. 8:3); called also “Ard” (Gen. 46:21)
Ard
Arddescent, a grandson of Benjamin (Num. 26:38–40). In 1 Chr. 8:3 he is called Addar. His descendants are mentioned in Num. 26:40.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Addar
ADDAR [ad DAR] (cloudy) — a son of Bela and the grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:3), also called Ard (Num. 26:40).
Ard
ARD [ard] — the name of two men in the Old Testament:1. A son of Benjamin (Gen. 46:21).2. A son of Bela and a grandson of Benjamin (Num. 26:40), also called Addar (1 Chr. 8:3).
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