The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Haahashtari, Son of Ashhur
Haahashtari, Son of Ashhur (אֲחַשְׁתָּרִי‎, achashtariy). A descendant of Judah (1 Chr 4:6).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Haahashtari (Person)
HAAHASHTARI (PERSON) [Heb hāʾăḥaštārı̂ (הָאֲחַשְׁתָּרִי)]. The eponymous ancestor of a family of Judah known as the “Ahashtarites” (1 Chr 4:6, cf. Noth IPN, 236). The genealogy traces Haahashtari’s lineage back to Ashhur, the father of Tekoa through his wife Naarah. Immediately preceding the Ahashtarites
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Haahashtari hā-ə-hashʹtə-rī [Heb. hāʾaḥaštārî] (1 Ch. 4:6). The Ahashtarites were a family belonging to the tribe of Judah. Apart from this nothing is known about them.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
HAAHASHTARI. A son of Naarah and Ashur, the “father” or founder of Tekoa and a descendant of Judah (1 Chr 4:6).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Haahashtari (Heb. hāʾăḥaštārɩ̂)The offspring of Ashhur and Naarah (1 Chr. 4:6). This otherwise unknown family is listed among geographic and ethnic components of Judah.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Haahashtari [hāˊə hăshˊ tə rī] (Heb. hā˒aḥaštārî).* Offspring of Ashhur and Naarah (1 Chr. 4:6). This otherwise unknown family is listed among geographic and ethnic components of Judah.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ha-ahash´tari (the courier), a man or a family immediately descended from Ashur, “father of Tekoa,” by his second wife Naarah. 1 Chron. 4:6. (b.c. after 1450.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
HAAHASH´TARI (hā-a-hashʹta-ri). The last mentioned of the four sons of Naarah, the second wife of Ashhur, of the tribe of Judah (1 Chron. 4:6).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
HAAHASHTARI [hay uh HASH tur eye] — a descendant of Judah through Ashhur. His mother was Ashhur’s second wife, Naarah (1 Chr. 4:6).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAAHASHTARI<ha-a-hash’-ta-ri> ([הָאֲחַשְׁתָּרִי‎, ha’-achashtari], possibly a corruption of [הָאַשְׁחוּרִי‎, ha’-ashchuri]): A descendant of Judah (1 Ch 4:6). The name is probably corrupt. If the emendation suggested above is accepted, it means the Ashurites, and is a description of the preceding names.
See also
Hur Father
Naarah Mother
Izhar Brother
Uri Brother
Ethnan Brother
Zereth Brother
Hareph Brother
Shobal Brother
Hepher Brother
Ahuzzam Brother
Temeni Brother
Bezalel Nephew
Caleb Grandfather
Sheva Uncle
Ephrath Grandmother
Gazez Cousin
Hebron Cousin
Gibea Cousin
Mesha Uncle
Madmannah Cousin
Haran Uncle
Moza Uncle
Shaaph Uncle
Ziph Cousin
Gazez Uncle
Shobab Uncle
Sheber Uncle
Tirhanah Uncle
Haroeh Nephew
Ardon Uncle
Jesher Uncle