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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Jerioth. Obscure Hebrew term in 1 Chronicles 2:18, evoking much controversy because of the difficulty of its grammatical construction. Azubah is obviously the wife of Caleb. The translation “and by Jerioth” (kjv “and of Jerioth”) would designate Jerioth as Caleb’s wife as well, although the singular
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jerioth jerʹi-oth, jerʹi-oþ [Heb. yerîʿôṯ—‘(tent-)curtains’]. The MT presents certain problems in 1 Ch. 2:18, reflected by the English versions in making Jerioth appear to be the second wife of Caleb son of Hezron. It is possible to regard Azubah as the former wife of a man named Jerioth, but it
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
JE´RIOTH (jeʹri-oth; “tent curtains”). Apparently the second wife of Caleb, the son of Hezron (1 Chron. 2:18), about 1440 b.c. The Vulg. renders this as the son of Caleb by his first-mentioned wife, and father of the sons named; but this is contrary to the Heb. text, which is closely followed by the
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
JERIOTH<jer’-i-oth>, <jer’-i-oth> ([יְרִיעוֹת, yerìoth], “(tent-) curtains”): In 1 Ch 2:18, where Massoretic Text is corrupt, Kittel in his commentary and in Biblical Hebrew reads “Caleb begat (children) of Azubah his wife, Jerioth.” Wellhausen (De Gent. et Fam. Jud., 33) reads, “Caleb begat