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OHAD (PERSON) [Heb ʾohad (אָהַד)]. He was the third of the six sons of Simeon (Gen 46:10; Exod 6:15). Ohad was the grandson of Jacob and Leah, and his name is mentioned in the genealogical list of the people who descended with Jacob to Egypt at the invitation of Joseph at the time of a severe famine
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Ohad [Oh-had](Hebrew origin: Unity)(Genesis 46:10). 17th century b.c. Ohad, son of Simeon and grandson of Jacob, was among the seventy Israelites who immigrated to Egypt. His brothers were Jemuel—called Nemuel in First Chronicles—Jamin, Jachin—called Jarib in First Chronicles—Zohar—called Zerah in
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