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The Levitical group descended from Korah. Associated with a rebellion against Moses and Aaron. Responsible for gatekeeping functions in the second temple. Mentioned in the titles of several psalms.
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
KORAH (PERSON) [Heb qōraḥ (קֹרַח)]. KORAHITES. Names based on qrḥ, “bald, bald head,” are frequently attested in Semitic languages. In addition to several individuals named Korah, there is also the biblical Kareah, Qrḥ in Ugaritic and Arad Ostracon 49:2; Akkadian Qar-ḫa-a and Qa-ri-ḫi; Thamudic
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Korahite, Korathite. Member of Levi’s tribe, of the division of Kohath (Ex 6:18, 21; Nm 16:1). Their ancestor, Izhar, was the father of Moses and Aaron, thus their family position was closest to the priesthood. The rebellion led by Korah, Dathan, and Abiram against Moses and Aaron ended with the death
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
KORAHITE, KORATHITE* Member of Levi’s tribe, of the division of Kohath (Ex 6:18, 21). Their ancestor, Izhar, was a member of the priestly family and was related to Moses and Aaron. The rebellion led by Korah, Dathan, and Abiram against Moses and Aaron ended with the death of many members of the Korahite
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
KORAHITES. A family of the Kohathite clan of the Levites. Genealogical data are given in 1 Chr 6:22–38; 9:19–32; 26:1–19; Ex 6:24; Num 26:58. To their ranks belonged such famous men as Samuel the prophet and Herman the singer (1 Chr 6:22, 28, 33).Korathites from Benjamin joined David at Ziklag as expert
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Kor´ahite, 1 Chron. 9:19, 31, Kor´-hite, or Kor´athite, that portion of the Kohathites who were descended from Korah. They were an important branch of the singers, 2 Chron. 20:19; hence we find eleven psalms (or twelve, if Ps. 43 is included under the same title as Ps. 42) dedicated or assigned to the
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Korahites—that portion of the Kohathites that descended from Korah. (1.) They were an important branch of the singers of the Kohathite division (2 Chr. 20:19). There are eleven psalms (42–49; 84; 85; 87; 88) dedicated to the sons of Korah.(2.) Some of the sons of Korah also were “porters” of the temple
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
KORAHITES [KOR uh hights] — that part of the Kohathite Levites descended from Korah, the son of Izhar and grandson of Levi. Many Korahites held responsible tabernacle positions (Ex. 6:24). The name is also spelled Korathites (Num. 26:58). Eleven psalms bear the title, “the sons of Korah” (Psalms 42;
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
KORAHITES; SONS OF KORAH
KORAHITES; SONS OF KORAH<ko’-ra-its> (קָרַחִי [qorchi]), (בְּנֵי קֹרַח [beno qorach]; in the King James Version appears also as Korhite, Kohathite, Kore): This phrase is used to denote Assir and Elkanah and Abiasaph, Korah’s 3 individual sons (Exodus 6:24; compare Numbers 26:11). But its more frequent
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Koʹrah-ite, Korʹhite, or Koʹrathite (1 Chron. 9:19, 31), that portion of the Kohathites who were descended from Korah. They are frequently styled sons of Korah. The offices filled by the sons of Korah, so far as we are informed, were the following. They were an important branch of the singers in the