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Aroerites
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Aroerites
Aroerites (עֲרֹעֵרִי‎, aro'eriy). The residents of Aroer (1 Chr 11:44). Although Aroer is a common place name, the Aroerites of 1 Chr 11:44 are most likely residents of the Aroer to the west of the Jordan River (1 Sam 30:28). Hotham the Aroerite was the father of Shama and Jeiel, two captains in the service
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Aroerite
Aroerite. Resident of Aroer. The Aroerite Hotham, father of two of David’s “mighty men,” was a native of Aroer (1 Chr 11:44).See Aroer #3.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Aroerite
Aroerite ə-rōʹər-īt [Heb. hāʿarōʿērî]. A native of Aroer, notably Hotham, father of two of David’s heroes (1 Ch. 11:44).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Aroerite
AROERITE* Resident of Aroer. The Aroerite Hotham, father of two of David’s “mighty men,” was a native of Aroer (1 Chr 11:44). See Aroer #3.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Aroerite
Aroerite (Heb. hāʿărōʿērɩ̂)Gentilic associated with Hothan, the father of two of David’s Champions, apparently designating a native of Aroer 1 (1 Chr. 11:44).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Aroerite
Aroerite [ə rōˊər īt] (Heb. hā˓arō˓ērî). A native of Aroer 1 (1 Chr. 11:44). Hothan, the father of two of David’s mighty men, was an Aroerite.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Aroerite
Aro´erite. Hothan the Aroerite was the father of two of David’s captains. 1 Chron. 11:44.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Aroerite
AR´OERITE (arʹō-er-īt). An inhabitant of Aroer (which see above; no. 3), probably in the tribe of Judah (1 Chron. 11:44).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Aroerite
AROERITE [ah ROW er ite] — a native or inhabitant of Aroer. Hotham is referred to as “the Aroerite” (1 Chr. 11:44).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AROERITE
AROERITE<a-ro’-er-it> ( הָעֲרֹעֵרִי‎ [ha-̀aròeri]): A native of Aroer. The Aroerite was Hotham, father of two of David’s heroes (1 Chronicles 11:44).
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Aroer
Arʹoer, the name of several places.1. A city on the north bank of the torrent Arnon, assigned after the conquest of Sihon, king of the Amorites, to the tribe of Reuben (Deut. 2:32–36; Josh. 13:15, 16), but later again in the possession of Moab (Jer. 48:16–20). Near this city Jephthah defeated the Ammonites
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Aroerite
AROERITE, a-rōʹēr-īt (הָֽעֲרֹעֵרִי‎, hā-‛ărō‛ērī): A native of Aroer. The Aroerite was Hotham, father of two of David’s heroes (1 Ch 11:44).