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Ashhur (Heb. ʾašḥûr)The son of Hezron and Abijah, born following Hezron’s death (so NRSV, following MT). According to the RSV (following MT) he was the son of Caleb and Ephrathah the wife of Hezron. Ashhur became the “father” or founder of Tekoa (1 Chr. 2:24).
Hur (Heb. ḥûr)Personal name probably of Egyptian background (cf. the god Hor and the personal name Pasch-ḥur). The name may have been understood in the sense of the Semitic word for “son” (Akk. ḥuru) of a human or an animal.1. Companion of Moses (and Aaron), who helped keep Moses’ hands raised
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Ashhur [ăshˊər] (Heb. ˒ašḥûr). The son of Caleb and Ephrathah the wife of Hezron (so RSV, JB, following the LXX); according to the KJV and the NIV it was Abiah (or Abijah) who gave birth to Ashhur after the death of her husband Hezron (following the MT). Ashhur became the “father” or
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ASH´HUR (ashʹhur). A posthumous son of Hezron (grandson of Judah, Gen. 46:12), by his wife Abijah (1 Chron. 2:24). He had two wives, Helah and Naarah, each of whom bore him several sons (1 Chron. 4:5), and through these he is called the “father” (founder) of Tekoa, which appears to have been the place
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