The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Chesed (כֶּשֶׂד‎, kesed; כַּשְׂדּים‎, kasdym). Nahor’s fourth son through Milcah (Gen 22:22).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Chesed (Person)
CHESED (PERSON) [Heb keśed (כֶּשֶׂד)]. The fourth son of Nahor and Milcah (Gen 22:22). Although it occurs only once in the Bible, this name has been associated with the people known in the Bible as the Chaldeans. Chesed is orthographically and phonologically related to the Kasdim (Heb kaśdı̂m), and
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chesed kḕsed, kes̀ed [Heb. keśed; Gk. Chaszad]; NEB KESED. One of the sons of Nahor and Milcah (Gen. 22:22); he was probably the ancestor of the Kaśdîm. The early Babylonian form kašdu appears in Assyrian as Kaldu or Kaldû. The RSV follows the Assyrian and Greek style of writing the name and uses
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
CHESED. The fourth son of Nahor (Abraham’s brother) and Milcah (Gen 22:22). Probably the ancestor of an Aramean tribe referred to as the Casdim or Chaldeans.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Chesed (Heb. kekeḏ)The fourth son of Nahor and Milcah (Gen. 22:22) and nephew of Abraham. The name of his clan may be related to the Chaldeans (cf. Heb. kakdɩ̂m).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Chesed [kēˊsĕd] (Heb. keśeḏ). The fourth son of Nahor and Milcah (Gen. 22:22; NIV “Kesed”) and nephew of Abraham. According to some he was the progenitor of the Chaldeans (cf. Heb. kdśm).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
CHE´SED (keʹsed), Ke´sed (NIV). The fourth named of the sons of Nahor (Abraham’s brother) by Milcah (Gen. 22:22).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
CHESED [KEE sed] — the fourth son of Nahor and a nephew of Abraham (Gen. 22:22; Kesed, NIV).
See also
Milcah Mother
Bethuel Brother
Buz Brother
Kemuel Brother
Uz Brother
Hazo Brother
Pildash Brother
Jidlaph Brother
Laban Nephew
Rebekah Niece
Lot Uncle
Moab Cousin
Haran Grandfather
Ben-ammi Cousin
Aram Nephew
Iscah Aunt