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Koz (descendant of Hakkoz)
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
HAKKOZ (PERSON) [Heb haqqôṣ (הַקֹּוץ)]. Var. KOZ; ACCOS. 1. A Judahite, the father of Anub and Zobedah (1 Chr 4:8). Koz’ abrupt entry into the Judahite genealogy in 1 Chr 4:8 may have resulted from the accidental or intentional omission of the name at the end of v 7 (Curtis and Madsen Chronicles ICC,
KOZ (PERSON) [Heb qôṣ (קֹוץ)]. Listed among the descendants of Judah (1 Chr 4:8). Nothing is otherwise known of him. The abrupt appearance of the name in the genealogy suggests to some commentators that it has dropped out as a result of haplography and should be appended to the end of 1 Chr 4:7 (Curtis
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Hakkoz (hak´oz; Heb., “the thorn”; possibly also Koz, Accos).1 The seventh priest chosen by lot in David’s time, reported in postexilic records (1 Chron. 24:10).2 The ancestor of some postexilic priests who could not prove their Israelite ancestry (Ezra 2:61; Neh. 7:63).3 The grandfather of Meremoth
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
COZ. The father of Anub and Zobebah. Coz is found only in 1 Chr 4:8. It is also spelled Koz (q.v.).
KOZ1. A Judahite (Coz in 1 Chr 4:8, KJV).2. Alternate form in KJV of Hakkoz, omitting “ha,” the Heb. definite article: a descendant of Aaron. His descendants were unable to establish their genealogy after the return from Exile and so were barred from priestly service (Ezr 2:61 f.; Neh 7:63 f). Evidently
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hakkoz (Heb. haqqôṣ)1. The head of the seventh division of priests during the time of David (1 Chr. 24:10).2. A postexilic family who returned with Zerubbabel from the Exile. Most were excluded from the priesthood because they could not prove their priestly descent (Ezra 2:61–62; Neh. 7:63–64); however,
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hakkoz [hăkˊŏz] (Heb. haqqôṣ “the thorn[bush]”). The head of the seventh division of priests during the time of David (1 Chr. 24:10}. Descendants a Hakkoz were among those who had returned with Zerubbabel from the Exile. Most members of his family were excluded from the priesthood because they
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
HAK´KOZ (hakʹoz). The head of the seventh division of priests according to the arrangement of David (1 Chron. 24:10), about 975 b.c. He is probably the one whose descendants were excluded by Nehemiah from the priesthood because of defective pedigree (Ezra 2:61; Neh. 7:63; both “Koz,” KJV). To the same
KOZ (koz; “thorn”). In the NASB and NIV, the father of Anub and others of the posterity of Judah (1 Chron. 4:8; “Coz,” KJV); where, however, his own parentage is not stated, unless he is a son or brother of Ashhur (v. 5).The term appears in the KJV in Ezra (2:61) and Nehemiah (3:4, 21; 7:63); in those
Easton’s Bible Dictionary