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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
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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.