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Jeroham (father of Athaliah)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Jeroham, Son of Elpaal
Jeroham, Son of Elpaal (יְרֹחָם‎, yerocham). Father of Athaliah, mentioned with the descendants of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:14, 27; 9:8)
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Jerimoth (Person)
JERIMOTH (PERSON) [Heb yerı̂môt (יֶרִימֹות)]. Var. JEREMOTH. Jerimoth appears as a proper name only in late biblical writings. Within Chronicles “Jerimoth” represents several different individuals contemporaneous with David, as well as several different Benjaminites. Those presented as David’s peers
Jeroham (Person)
JEROHAM (PERSON) [Heb yĕrōḥām (יְרֹחָם)]. Name of seven individuals in the Hebrew Bible.1. The grandfather of Samuel the prophet (1 Sam 1:1; 1 Chr 6:12, 19—Eng 6:27, 34). The two verses from Chronicles occur within variant genealogies for Kohath. They represent Jeroham as a Levite in the line of
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Jeremoth
Jeremoth. 1. One of Becher’s nine sons and a leader in Benjamin’s tribe (1 Chr 7:8). His name is rendered Jerimoth in some versions.2. Benjamite, the son of Beriah and head of his family living in Jerusalem (1 Chr 8:14).3. Levite of the family at Merari and one of Mushi’s three sons registered during
Jerimoth
Jerimoth. 1. One of Bela’s five sons and a leader in the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:7).2. kjv alternate spelling of Jeremoth, Beher’s son, in 1 Chronicles 7:8.See Jeremoth #1.3. Benjamite and one of the men of military prowess who came to David’s support at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:5).4. Alternate spelling
Jeroham
Jeroham. 1. Levite of the family of Kohath, father of Elkanah and a forefather of the prophet Samuel and Heman the singer. He was a musician in the sanctuary during David’s reign (1 Sm 1:1; 1 Chr 6:27, 34).2. Benjamite whose sons lived in Jerusalem and were leaders among their people (1 Chr 8:27). He
Ramoth (Person)
Ramoth (Person). kjv (rsv mg.) form of Jeremoth, Bani’s son, in Ezra 10:29.See Jeremoth #8.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jeremoth
Jeremoth jerʹə-mōth [Heb. yerēmôṯ, yerîmôṯ (1 Ch. 27:19)—‘swollen’]; AV also JERIMOTH (1 Ch. 7:8; 27:19); NEB also JERIMOTH (1 Ch. 27:19).
Jeroham
2. A Benjaminite (1 Ch. 8:27), apparently the same as Jeremoth (cf. v 14), and probably the same as the Jeroham of 1 Ch. 9:8.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Jeremoth
JEREMOTH1. One of Beker’s nine sons and a leader in Benjamin’s tribe (1 Chr 7:8). His name is rendered Jerimoth in some versions.2. Benjamite, the son of Beriah and head of his family living in Jerusalem (1 Chr 8:14).3. Levite of the family at Merari and one of Mushi’s three sons registered during
Jerimoth
JERIMOTH1. One of Bela’s five sons and a leader in the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:7).2. Alternate spelling of Jeremoth, Beker’s son, in 1 Chronicles 7:8. See Jeremoth #1.3. Benjamite and one of the ambidextrous warriors who came to David’s support at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:5).4. Alternate spelling of Jeremoth,
Jeroham
JEROHAM1. Levite of the family of Kohath, father of Elkanah and a forefather of the prophet Samuel and Heman the singer. Heman was a musician in the sanctuary during David’s reign (1 Sm 1:1; 1 Chr 6:27, 34).2. Benjamite whose sons lived in Jerusalem and were leaders among their people (1 Chr 8:27).
Ramoth (Person)
RAMOTH* (Person) kjv form of Jeremoth, Bani’s son, in Ezra 10:29. See Jeremoth #8.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Jeremoth
Jeremoth (jair´uh-moth).1 A son of Becher and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chron. 7:8).2 A descendant of Benjamin who belonged to the family group of Elpaal (1 Chron. 8:14).3 A Levite, the son of Mushai of the Merari group (1 Chron. 23:23); he is also called Jerimoth (24:30).4 A Levite, head of the fifteenth
Jerimoth
Jerimoth (jair´i-moth).1 A son of Bela and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chron. 7:7).2 A Benjaminite who joined David’s warriors at Ziklag (1 Chron. 12:5).3 A Levite, son of Mushai of the Merari group (1 Chron. 24:30); he is also called Jeremoth (a variant spelling; 23:23).4 A levitical musician belonging
Jeroham
Jeroham (ji-roh´ham; Heb., “may he be loved” or “may he have compassion”).1 A Levite, the father of Elkanah and grandfather of Samuel (1 Sam. 1:1; 1 Chron. 6:34).2 A family group (“sons of Jeroham”) in the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chron. 8:27).3 A Benjaminite, the father of Benaiah, an inhabitant of postexilic
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Jeremoth
JEREMOTH1. A Benjamite, son Beriah. He dwelt in Jerusalem, head of a father’s house (1 Chr 8:14, 28).2. A Levite, son of Mushi, of the family of Merari (1 Chr 23:23); called Jerimoth in (24:30).3. A Levite, son of Heman, and head of the 15th course of temple musicians (1 Chr 25:22); called Jerimoth
Jerimoth
JERIMOTH1. One of the five sons of Bela, son of Benjamin. He was head of his clan and a warrior in David’s time (1 Chr 7:7).2. A son or descendant of Becher, son of Benjamin, head of another Benjamite clan (1 Chr 7:8).3. A Benjamite warrior who joined David at Ziklag. He could be a or. (1 Chr 12:5).
Jeroham
JEROHAM1. The son of Elihu and father of Elkanah the father of Samuel (1 Sam 1:1; 1 Chr 6:27, 34).2. A Benjamite, father of several sons who lived in Jerusalem after the Exile (1 Chr 8:27).3. The father of Ibneiah, a chief of Benjamin after the Exile (1 Chr 9:8). Possibly the same as 2.4. A priest
Ramoth
RAMOTH1. A city in the territory of Gad, also called Ramoth-gilead (q.v.). Citations are found in Deut 4:43; Josh 20:8; 21:38; 1 Chr 6:80.2. A city of Issachar (1 Chr 6:73), for which Josh 21:28–29 substitutes Jarmuth (q.v.).3. A town in the Negeb (1 Sam 30:27, RSV, NASB). See Ramath of the South.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Jeremoth
Jeremoth (Heb. yĕrēmôṯ) (also JERIMOTH)The slight variation in the spelling of this name (also Jerimoth) originally developed for euphonic reasons which facilitated pronunciation in Hebrew.1. A Benjamite, one of the nine sons of Becher who served as a family head during the reign of David (1 Chr.
Jerimoth
Jerimoth (Heb. yĕrɩ̂môṯ) (also JEREMOTH)Personal name, alternately spelled Jeremoth. English texts are not consistent in following the Hebrew spelling.1. One of the five sons of Bela who served as head of an ancestral family during the reign of David (1 Chr. 7:7).2. A Benjaminite warrior related
Jeroham
Jeroham (Heb. yĕrōḥām)1. An Ephraimite, the father of Elkanah and grandfather of Samuel (1 Sam. 1:1; cf. 1 Chr. 6:27, 34 [MT 12, 19], where he is called a Levite of the line of Korah).2. A Benjaminite (1 Chr. 8:27), possibly the same as Jeremoth in v. 14.3. The father or ancestor of Ibneiah, a
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Jeremoth
Jer´emoth (heights).1. A Benjamite chief, a son of the house of Beriah of Elpaal. 1 Chron. 8:14; comp. 12 to 18. (b.c. about 588.)2. A Merarite Levite, son of Mushi. 1 Chron. 23:23.3. Son of Heman; head of the thirteenth course of musicians in the divine service. 1 Chron. 25:22. (b.c. 1014.)4. One
Jerimoth
Jer´imoth (heights).1. Son or descendant of Bela. 1 Chron. 7:7. He is perhaps the same as2. who joined David at Ziklag. 1 Chron. 12:5. (b.c. 1055.)3. A son of Becher, 1 Chron. 7:8, and head of a Benjamite house.4. Son of Mushi, the son of Merari. 1 Chron. 24:30.5. Son of Heman, head of the fifteenth
Jeroham
Jer´oham (cherished).1. Father of Elkanah, the father of Samuel, of the house of Kohath. 1 Sam. 1:1; 1 Chron. 6:27, 34. (b.c. before 1142.)2. A Benjamite, and the founder of a family of Bene-Jeroham. 1 Chron. 8:27. Probably the same as3. Father (or progenitor) of Ibneiah. 1 Chron. 9:8; comp. 3 and
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Jeremoth
JER´EMOTH (jerʹe-mōth; “tall”; cf. Arab. warima, “to be thick, tall, swollen”).1. One of the “sons” of Becher (1 Chron. 7:8) and head of a Benjamite house that existed in the time of David, about 1017 b.c. The KJV renders “Jerimoth.”2. A Benjamite chief, a son of the house of Beriah and Elpaal (1
Jerimoth
JER´IMOTH (jerʹi-moth; cf. Jeremoth).1. The fourth named of the four sons of Bela, son of Benjamin and founder of a Benjamite house that existed in the time of David (1 Chron. 7:7; cf. v. 2), after 1689 b.c.2. One of the Benjamite archers and slingers who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chron. 12:5), before
Jeroham
JERO´HAM (je-roʹham; “compassionate”).1. The son of Elihu and father of Elkanah, the father of Samuel (1 Sam. 1:1; 1 Chron. 6:27, 34), before 1171 b.c.2. The father of several Benjamite leaders residing at Jerusalem (1 Chron. 8:27), before 536 b.c.3. The father of Ibneiah, a Benjamite leader who was
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Jerimoth
Jerimothheights. (1.) One of the sons of Bela (1 Chr. 7:7).(2.) 1 Chr. 24:30, a Merarite Levite.(3.) A Benjamite slinger who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:5).(4.) A Levitical musician under Heman his father (1 Chr. 25:4).(5.) 1 Chr. 27:19, ruler of Naphtali.(6.) One of David’s sons (2 Chr.
Jeroham
Jerohamcherished; who finds mercy. (1.) Father of Elkanah, and grandfather of the prophet Samuel (1 Sam. 1:1).(2.) The father of Azareel, the “captain” of the tribe of Dan (1 Chr. 27:22).(3.) 1 Chr. 12:7; a Benjamite.(4.) 2 Chr. 23:1; one whose son assisted in placing Joash on the throne.(5.) 1
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