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A son of Hadad (an Edomite) by his wife, the sister of Tahpenes. (Tahpenes was the sister of Pharaoh’s wife.) Genubath was raised in Pharaoh’s household (1 Kgs 11:20–21).
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GENUBATH (PERSON) [Heb gĕnubat (גְּנֻבַת)]. Son of Hadad, an Edomite of the royal house who found favor in Egypt where he took refuge when David conquered Edom (1 Kgs 11:20). Genubath’s mother is the sister of the queen, Tahpenes. That Genubath is weaned by the queen and raised with the sons of Pharaoh
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Genubath gə-noo̅ʹbəth [Heb. genuḇaṯ—‘weaned’ (?)]. Son of Hadad, the fugitive Edomite prince; born and brought up at the court of Egypt, to which Hadad had fled when David conquered Edom (1 K. 11:20). His mother was a sister of Tahpenes, queen of the pharaoh who ruled Egypt at that time, and who
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
GENU´BATH (ge-nuʹbath; “theft”). The son of Hadad, of the royal Edomite family, by the sister of Tahpenes, the queen of Egypt, and reared in Pharaoh’s household (1 Kings 11:20). He was born in the palace of Pharaoh, was weaned by the queen herself, and was on the same footing as the sons of the king.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary