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Huram (son of Bela)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Huram, Son of Bela
Huram, Son of Bela (חוּרָם‎, churam). A descendant of Benjamin who was head of his clan (1 Chr 8:5, 28).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Huram (Person)
HURAM (PERSON) [Heb ḥûrām (חוּרָם‎)]. 1. A son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:5). The lists of Benjamin’s sons (Genesis 46; Numbers 26) exhibit considerable variations which are difficult to explain. The two lists of Bela’s sons (1 Chr 7:7; 8:3–5) also differ quite considerably. The Syriac
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Huram
Huram. 1. Bela’s son from Benjamin’s tribe (1 Chr 8:5); perhaps the same person as Hupham (Nm 26:39).2. Alternate spelling of Hiram, the Phoenician king of Tyre who was an ally of David and Solomon, and who supplied materials for the building of the temple (2 Chr 2:3, 11, 12; 8:2, 18; 9:10, 21).See
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Huram
Huram hūrʹəm, hoo̅rəm; HIRAM hīʹrəm [Heb. ḥûrām, ḥîrām; Gk. Chiram, Hōim, Hiwim, Houram].
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Huram
HURAM1. Bela’s son from Benjamin’s tribe (1 Chr 8:5); perhaps the same person as Hupham (Nm 26:39).2. Alternate spelling of Hiram, the Phoenician king of Tyre who was an ally of David and Solomon and who supplied materials for the building of the temple (2 Chr 2:3, 11–12; 8:2, 18; 9:10, 21). See Hiram
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Huram
HURAM. Variant of the name Hiram (q.v.). Huram is used by the Chronicler in every instance except 1 Chr 14:1.1. Son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:5).2. The Tyrian craftsman employed by Solomon (2 Chr 4:11), called Hiram in (1 Kgs 7:13).3. The King of Tyre during the reign of Solomon (2
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Huram
Huram (Heb. ḥûrām) (also HIRAM, HURAM-ABI)1. A Tyrian metal worker employed by Solomon for technical assistance in the ornamentation of the temple (1 Kgs. 7:13–14, 40, 45 = 2 Chr. 2:13–14; 4:11–16). His father was Tyrian and his mother an Israelite from Naphtali (1 Kgs. 7:14; 2 Chr. 2:14 identifies
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Huram
Huram [hŏorˊəm] (Heb. ḥûrām, from ˒aḥîrām “brother of the exalted”).†
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Huram
Hu´ram (noble born).1. A Benjamite; son of Bela, the first-born of the patriarch. 1 Chron. 8:5.2. The form in which the name of the king of Tyre in alliance with David and Solomon—and elsewhere given as Hiram—appears in Chronicles. 1 Chron. 14:1; 2 Chron. 2:3, 11, 12; 8:2, 18; 9:10, 21.3. The same
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Huram
HU´RAM (hūʹram). Another form of Hiram (which see).1. A Benjamite, son of Bela, the firstborn of the patriarch (1 Chron. 8:5).2. The form in which the name of the king of Tyre in alliance with David and Solomon—and elsewhere given as Hiram—appears in Chronicles (2 Chron. 2:3, 11–12; 8:2, 18; 9:10,
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Huram
HURAM [HUR uhm] (lofty brother) — the name of three Old Testament men:1. A descendant of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:5).2. A king of Tyre who formed an alliance with David and Solomon (2 Chr. 2:3), also called Hiram.3. A master craftsman from Tyre employed by Solomon (2 Chr. 4:16; Huram-Abi,
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
HURAM
HURAM<hu’-ram> ([חוּרָם‎, churam], “noble-born”):1. Grandson of Benjamin (1 Ch 8:5).2. King of Tyre in alliance with David and Solomon. So named in 2 Ch 2:3, 11, 12; 8:2; 9:10, 21, but elsewhere written HIRAM (which see).3. The Tyrian artisan who is so named in 2 Ch 2:13; 4:11,
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Relatives
Bela Father
Naaman Brother
Gera Brother
Abishua Brother
Addar Brother
Abihud Brother
Ahoah Brother
Jerimoth Brother
Uzziel Brother
Uzzi Brother
Ezbon Brother
Ir Brother
Benjamin Grandfather
Huppim Nephew
Huppim Uncle
Ashbel Uncle
Ahiram Uncle
Shephupham Nephew
Gera Uncle
Becher Uncle
Rosh Uncle
Ard Uncle
Muppim Uncle
Ehi Uncle
Joash Cousin
Omri Cousin
Abijah Cousin
Jediael Uncle
Elioenai Cousin
Eliezer Cousin
Alemeth Cousin
Bilhan Cousin
Rapha Uncle
Anathoth Cousin
Nohah Uncle
Aharah Uncle
Zemirah Cousin