The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Haroeh, Son of Shobal
Haroeh, Son of Shobal (רֹאֶה‎, ro'eh). A descendant of Judah by Shobal (1 Chr 2:52).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Haroeh (Person)
HAROEH (PERSON) [Heb hārōʾeh (הָרֹאֶה)]. Son of Shobal, founder of Kiriath-jearim (1 Chr 2:52). Haroeh means “the seer.” Although the LXX apparently supports this reading (haraa), Curtis and Noth, followed by others (Williamson Chronicles NCBC, 55; Braun 1 Chronicles WBC, 38), believe that the original
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Haroeh. Alternate name of Reaiah, Shobal’s son, in 1 Chronicles 2:52.See Reaiah #1.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Haroeh he-rōʹe [Heb. hārōʾeh—‘the seer’] (1 Ch. 2:52); NEB REAIAH. A Judahite, son of Shobal. In 4:2 Shobal’s son is Reaiah (Heb. reʾāyâ); probably hārōʾeh in 2:52 should be emended to reʾāyâ (see the comms).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
HAROEH Alternate name of Reaiah, Shobal’s son, in 1 Chronicles 2:52. See Reaiah #1.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Haroeh (Heb. hārōʾeh) (also REAIAH)A Judahite, the son of Shobal (1 Chr. 2:52). At 1 Chr. 4:2 he is called Reaiah (1).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Haroeh [hə rōˊə] (Heb. hārō˒eh “the seer”). A son of Shobal and descendant of Judah (1 Chr. 2:52). At 4:2 he is called Reaiah.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Har´oeh, a name occurring in the genealogical lists of Judah. 1 Chron. 2:52.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
HAROEH [huh ROE uh] (the seer) — a son of Shobal, descended from Judah through Hezron (1 Chr. 2:52). Haroeh may be the same person as Reaiah (1 Chr. 4:2).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HAROEH<ha-ro’-e> ([הָרֹאֶה‎, ha-ro’eh], “the seer”): A Judahite (1 Ch 2:52).
The Ultimate Who’s Who in the Bible
Haroeh [Hahr-oh-uh](Hebrew origin: Seer)(1 Chronicles 2:52). Unspecified date. Haroeh was a descendant of Shobal, the founder of Kirjathjearim.
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
HAROEH (Hȧ rōʹ ĕh) Personal name meaning “the seer.” Descendant of Caleb in tribe of Judah (1 Chron. 2:52). The same person is apparently called Reaiah in 1 Chron. 4:2, an easy change to make in copying Hebrew and probably the original name. As other names in the list, this may represent a place-name
See also
Shobal Father
Bezalel Cousin
Hur Grandfather
Izhar Uncle
Uri Uncle
Ethnan Uncle
Zereth Uncle
Hareph Uncle
Hepher Uncle
Haahashtari Uncle
Ahuzzam Uncle
Temeni Uncle