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Refers to people from the land of Buz (Job 32:2, 6). The only reference in the Bible to a Buzite is in the book of Job, where Elihu, the fourth “friend” of Job who speaks in Job 32–36, is identified as the son of Barachel the Buzite.
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BUZ; BUZI; BUZITE
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Buz buhz (בּוּז H998, perhaps “contempt”; gentilic בּוּזִי H1000). (1) Son of Nahor (Abraham’s brother) by Milcah (Gen. 22:21).(2) A descendant of Gad and ancestor of Abihail (1 Chr. 5:14).(3) A tribe or city-state in Arabia, listed with Dedan and Tema as objects of God’s judgment (Jer. 25:23). It
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Buz, Buzi, Buzite