The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Azor, Son of Eliakim
Azor, Son of Eliakim (Ἀζώρ, Azōr). Named in Matthew’s account of Jesusgenealogy (Matt 1:13–14).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Azor. Descendant of Zerubbabel and an ancestor of Jesus (Mt 1:1, 13, 14).See Genealogy of Jesus Christ.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
10. [Gk. Sadōk]; AV SADOC. Son of Azor and father of Achim, an ancestor of Joseph the husband of Mary (Mt. 1:14).Bibliography.—A. Cody, History of OT Priesthood (1969), pp. 88–93; F. M. Cross, Canaanite Myth and Hebrew Epic (1973), pp. 195–215; R. de Vaux, Ancient Israel (Eng. tr. repr 1965), II, 372–76;
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
AZOR Descendant of Zerubbabel and an ancestor of Jesus (Mt 1:1, 13–14). See Genealogy of Jesus Christ.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Azor (Gk. Aẑr)A postexilic ancestor of Joseph and Jesus according to Matthew’s genealogy (Matt. 1:13–14).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Azor [āˊzôr] (Gk. Azōr). A postexilic ancestor of Joseph and Jesus (Matt. 1:13–14).
The Archaeological Encyclopedia of the Holy Land
AZOR An ancient mound 4 miles north of Jaffa. The place is not specifically mentioned in the Bible, but the Septuagint (Josh. 15:45) enumerates it among the cities of Dan. An Assyrian document mentions its conquest by Sennacherib. Excavations conducted by J. Perrot (1958–9), and M. Dothan (1958, 1960)
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
A´zor (a helper), son of Eliakim, in the line of our Lord. Matt. 1:13, 14.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
A´ZOR (aʹzor). The son of Eliakim and father of Zadok, in the paternal ancestry of Christ (Matt. 1:13).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AZOR<a’-zor> [ ʼΑζώρ, Azor], “help”(?): An ancestor of Jesus Christ (Matthew 1:13 f).
See also
Eliakim Father
Zadok Son
Abiud Grandfather
Achim Grandson