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Gazez (son of Haran)
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GAZEZ (PERSON) [Heb gāzēz (גָּזֵז)]. The name of two persons in the OT. The name possibly means “shearer.” It appears in the LXX as gezoue and in the Peshitta as gozan.1. A son of Caleb by Ephah his concubine (1 Chr 2:46). Gazez, however, may not in fact have been a descendant of Caleb, for some suspect,
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Gazez gāʹziz [Heb. gāzēz—‘shearer’] (1 Ch. 2:46). Two individuals, one the son of Caleb’s concubine Ephah, and brother of Haran and Moza, and the other Haran’s son, thus nephew of the first Gazez. Although the repetition of the name (which is otherwise unknown) seems suspicious, the textual tradition
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