The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Nohah, Son of Benjamin
Nohah, Son of Benjamin (נוֹחָה‎, nochah). The fourth son of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:2).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Nohah (Person)
NOHAH (PERSON) [Heb nôḥâ (נֹוחָה)]. The fourth son of Benjamin according to 1 Chr 8:2 Besides 1 Chronicles 8, the sons of Benjamin are listed in three other places: Gen 46:21 (= Jub.); Num 26:38–41; and 1 Chronicles 7 In none of these other lists does Nohah appear. The following table clearly shows
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Nohah nōʹhə [Heb nôḥâ] AV also “with ease” (Jgs 20:43), mg MENUHAH; RSV mg “resting-place”; NEB also “without respite.” The fourth son of Benjamin (1 Ch. 8:2; but cf. Gen. 46:21, where the name is omitted) and, perhaps, the name of the place occupied by the clan of Nohah (Jgs. 20:43). In the latter
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
NOHAH. The fourth son of Benjamin, the youngest son of Jacob (1 Chr 8:2). He is not included in the list of those who accompanied Jacob into Egypt (Gen 46:21). so he was probably born later. Some have identified him as Shupham (q.v.; Num 26:39).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Nohah (Heb. nôḥâ) (PERSON)The fourth son of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:2). The name is missing from other lists of the sons of Benjamin (e.g., Gen. 46:21).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Nohah (Person)
NOHAH [nōˊhə] (Heb. nôḥâ “rest”) (PERSON). The fourth son of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:2). The name is missing from the list at Gen. 46:21.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
NO´HAH (nōʹha; “rest”). The fourth named of the sons of Benjamin and the head of a family (1 Chron. 8:2).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
NOHAH [NO hah] (rest) — the fourth son of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:2). Nohah is not mentioned among those who went with Jacob into Egypt (Gen. 46:21). He may have been born after the migration into Egypt.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
NOHAH<no’-ha> (נוֹחָהע, nochah], “rest”): The fourth son of Benjamin (1 Chronicles 8:2). It is probable that in Judges 20:43, instead of “a resting-place” we should read “Nohah,” which may have been the settlement of the family.
See also
Benjamin Father
Bela Brother
Huppim Brother
Ashbel Brother
Ahiram Brother
Gera Brother
Becher Brother
Rosh Brother
Ard Brother
Muppim Brother
Ehi Brother
Jediael Brother
Rapha Brother
Aharah Brother
Jacob Grandfather
Joseph Uncle
Judah Uncle
Reuben Uncle
Rachel Grandmother
Levi Uncle
Gad Uncle
Simeon Uncle
Asher Uncle
Zebulun Uncle
Issachar Uncle
Naphtali Uncle
Dan Uncle
Manasseh Cousin
Ephraim Cousin
Zerah Cousin
Dinah Aunt
Perez Cousin
Jochebed Cousin
Merari Cousin
Kohath Cousin
Er Cousin
Gershon Cousin
Onan Cousin
Shelah Cousin
Saul Cousin
Carmi Cousin
Hezron Cousin
Jamin Cousin
Jachin Cousin
Nemuel Cousin
Pallu Cousin
Zohar Cousin
Beriah Cousin
Tola Cousin
Ishvi Cousin
Imnah Cousin
Naaman Nephew
Shillem Cousin
Guni Cousin
Enoch Cousin
Jashub Cousin
Puvah Cousin
Elon Cousin
Shimron Cousin
Hushim Cousin
Ohad Cousin
Jezer Cousin
Eri Cousin
Areli Cousin
Jahzeel Cousin
Shuni Cousin
Haggi Cousin
Sered Cousin
Serah Cousin
Shobal Cousin
Ezbon Cousin
Gera Nephew
Ishvah Cousin
Ziphion Cousin
Jahleel Cousin
Arodi Cousin
Abishua Nephew
Addar Nephew
Ozni Cousin
Huram Nephew
Zephon Cousin
Joash Nephew
Omri Nephew
Eliab Cousin
Abihud Nephew
Ahoah Nephew
Abijah Nephew
Elioenai Nephew
Eliezer Nephew
Jerimoth Nephew
Uzziel Nephew
Uzzi Nephew
Alemeth Nephew
Jarib Cousin
Ezbon Nephew
Bilhan Nephew
Ir Nephew
Anathoth Nephew
Bohan Cousin
Zemirah Nephew
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