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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
HEMDAN (PERSON) [Heb ḥemdān (חֶמְדָּן)]. Var. HAMRAN. A son of Dishon (Gen 36:26; 1 Chr 1:41), which makes him a grandson of “Seir, the Horite” (Gen 36:20). See also HORITES. The genealogical list Gen 36:20–28 belongs to the most ancient traditions in Genesis 36 (Weippert 1971). Together with Gen 36:10–14,
AMRAM (PERSON) [Heb ʿamrām (עַמְרָם)]. Var. AMBRAM (LXX). The name of two men in the OT.1. A second-generation Levite, the son of Kohath, and the father of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam (1 Chr 5:24–29—Eng. 6:2–3). Amram is a biblical figure without a narrative; he appears only in late genealogical lists.
HAMRAN (PERSON) [Heb ḥamrān (חַמְרָן)]. Var. HEMDAN. A clan name mentioned in the genealogy of Seir the Horite in 1 Chr 1:41. Hamran is listed as the first of four sons of DISHON, son of Anah, and he is therefore a great-grandson of Seir. The name Hamran, which appears as “Amran” in the KJV, is found
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Amram. 1. Kohath’s son, a member of Levi’s tribe. Amram married Jochebed and had three famous children: Aaron, Moses, and Miriam (Ex 6:16–20; Nm 26:58, 59). During the Israelites’ wilderness journey, the responsibility of the Amramites was to care for the ark and the table, lampstand, altars, and other
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
AMRAM1. Kohath’s son, a member of Levi’s tribe. Amram married Jochebed and had three famous children: Aaron, Moses, and Miriam (Ex 6:16–20; Nm 26:58–59). During the Israelites’ wilderness journey, the responsibility of the Amramites was to care for the ark and the table, lampstand, altars, and other
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Amram (am´ram).1 The grandson of Levi, son of Kohath. He married Jochebed, and they became the parents of Aaron, Moses, and Miriam (Exod. 6:16–20; Num. 26:58–59). Amram is said to have lived 137 years. He is to be regarded as ancestor of the Amramites (Num. 3:27; 1 Chron. 26:23).2 A son of Bani (Ezra
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
AMRAM (Heb. ‘amrām, ‘people exalted’). 1. The husband of Jochebed, and father of Moses, Aaron and Miriam (Ex. 6:20; Nu. 26:59; 1 Ch. 6:3; 23:13). He was a ‘son’ (i.e. probably descendant, cf. 1 Ch. 7:20–27) of Kohath (Ex. 6:18; Nu. 3:19), and so of Levi. 2. An Amram is mentioned in Ezr. 10:34 as having
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Amram (Heb. ʿamrām)1. The grandson of Levi (Exod. 6:16–18) and son (or “descendant”) of Kohath; husband of Jochebed, his father’s sister (Exod. 6:20; 1 Chr. 6:2–3 [MT 5:28–29]). Amram’s clan, the Amramites, included his three famous children: Moses, Miriam, and Aaron (Num. 26:59). As part of the tribe
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
AM´RAM (amʹram; “high people”).1. The first named of the sons of Kohath, a Levite. He married his father’s sister Jochebed, and by her became the father of Miriam, Aaron, and Moses (Ex. 6:18, 20; Num. 26:59). He died at 137, probably before the Exodus.2. One of the sons of Bani, who, after the return
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