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Haggeri
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hagri
Hagri (הַגְרִי‎, hagriy). Father of one of David’s mighty men, Mibhar (1 Chr 11:38).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hagri (Person)
HAGRI (PERSON) [Heb hagrı̂ (הַגְרִי)]. According to 1 Chr 11:38 Hagri was the father of Mibhar, one of David’s mighty men. In place of “the son of Hagri,” the parallel passage at 2 Sam 23:36 reads “Bani the Gadite,” indicating textual confusion between bn hgry (1 Chr 11:38) and bny hgdy (2 Sam 23:36).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Haggeri
Haggeri. kjv rendering of Hagri, Mibhar’s father, in 1 Chronicles 11:38.See Hagri.
Hagri
Hagri. Mibhar’s father according to 1 Chronicles 11:38 (kjv Haggeri). The parallel list in 2 Samuel 23:36, however, has “Bani, the Gadite” instead of “Mibhar, son of Hagri.” Due to some textual difficulties in the 1 Chronicles passage, the 2 Samuel reading is preferred.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hagri
Hagri hagʹrī [Heb. hag̱rî] (1 Ch. 11:38); AV, NEB, HAGGERI. The father of Mibhar, one of the “mighty men” who rallied round David during his foreign wars. He is mentioned only in 1 Ch. 11:38; the parallel passage (2 S. 23:36) gives instead the name “Bani the Gadite.”
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Haggeri
HAGGERI* kjv rendering of Hagri, Mibhar’s father, in 1 Chronicles 11:38. See Hagri.
Hagri
HAGRI Mibhar’s father, according to 1 Chronicles 11:38. The parallel list in 2 Samuel 23:36, however, has “Bani, the Gadite” instead of “Mibhar, son of Hagri.” Due to some textual difficulties in the 1 Chronicles passage, the 2 Samuel reading is preferred.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Haggeri
HAGGERI. The father or ancestor of Mibhar, one of David’s heroes (1 Chr 11:38).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hagri
Hagri (Heb. hag̱rɩ̂)The father of Mibhar, one of David’s warriors (1 Chr. 11:38). The parallel account (2 Sam. 23:36) reads “Bani the Gadite.” Either Heb. bny hgdy in 2 Sam. 23:36 or bn hgry in 1 Chr. 11:38 is a textual corruption.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hagri
Hagri [hăgˊrī] (Heb. hag̱rî “my beauty” [?]). The father of Mibhar one of David’s mighty men (1 Chr. 11:38). The KJV renders his name as Haggeri. The parrallel account (2 Sam. 23:26) reads “Bani the Gadite” (NIV “son of Hagri”; either Heb. bny hgdy here or bny hgry in 1 Chr. 11:38 is a textual
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Haggeri
Hag´geri (wanderer) was one of the mighty men of David’s guard, according to 1 Chron. 11:38. The parallel passage—2 Sam. 23:36—has “Bani the Gadite,” which is probably the correct reading. (b.c. 1046.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hagri
HA´GRI (haʹgri; a “Hagrite”). “Mibhar the son of Hagri” was one of the mighty men of David’s guard, according to 1 Chron. 11:38 (“Haggeri,” KJV). The parallel passage (2 Sam. 23:36) has “Bani the Gadite,” though the NIV reads “the son of Hagri.”
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hagri
HAGRI [HAG righ] — the father of Mibhar, one of David’s mighty men (1 Chr. 11:38; Haggeri, KJV; Hager, REB).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAGRI
HAGRI<hag’-ri> ([הַגְרִי‎, haghri], “wanderer”; the King James Version Haggeri): The father of Mibhar, one of the “mighty men” who rallied round David during his foreign wars. Mentioned only in 1 Ch 11:38, whose parallel passage, 2 Sam 23:36, gives, instead, the name “Bani the Gadite.”
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