Hushim the Wife
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Hushim (hoosh´im).1 A son of Dan who went to Egypt with Jacob (Gen. 46:23), although by a reversal of letters the name is Shuham in Num. 26:42 and the family group of which he is the ancestral head is called the Shuhamites. See also Shuham.2 The son of Aher; a descendant of Benjamin (1 Chron. 7:12).
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Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Hu´shim (who makes haste).1. In Gen. 46:23 “the children of Dan” are said to have been Hushim. The name is plural, as if of a tribe rather than an individual. In Num. 26:42 the name is changed to Shuham.2. A Benjamite, 1 Chron. 7:12; and here again apparently the plural nature of the name is recognized,
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
HU´SHIM (hūʹshim; “hasters”).1. The son of Dan (Gen. 46:23), given as Shuham in Num. 26:42.2. A name given as that of “the sons of Aher,” or Aharah, the third son of Benjamin (1 Chron. 7:12; cf. 8:1), and therefore only a plural form for Shuham, as a representative of his brethren.3. One of the wives