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Shemuel (son of Tola)
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
SHEMUEL (PERSON) [Heb šĕmûʾēl (שְׁמוּאֵל)]. Two individuals mentioned in the Hebrew Bible bear this name.Shemuel is a theophoric name, composed of the term šm and the divine element ʾēl. In the birth narrative of the prophet Samuel (although the Hebrew spelling of the prophet’s name is identical
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Shemuel. 1. Ammihud’s son and the representative of Simeon’s tribe in the division of the land of Canaan among Israel’s 10 tribes west of the Jordan (Nm 34:20).2. kjv rendering of Samuel, Elkanah’s son, in 1 Chronicles 6:33.See Samuel (Person).3. Tola’s son and chief in Issachar’s tribe (1 Chr 7:2).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
SHEMUEL1. Ammihud’s son and the representative of Simeon’s tribe in the division of the land of Canaan among Israel’s 10 tribes west of the Jordan (Nm 34:20).2. kjv rendering of Samuel, Elkanah’s son, in 1 Chronicles 6:33–34. See Samuel (Person).3. Tola’s son and chief in Issachar’s tribe (1 Chr 7:2).
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
SAMUEL. The prophet and judge of Israel (which see, below) and other Bible characters.1. Son of Ammihud, appointed from the tribe of Simeon to divide the land of Canaan (Num. 34:20), c. 1400 b.c. The NIV reads “Shemuel.”2. A descendant of Tola, and one of the leaders of the tribe of Issachar (1 Chron.
SHEMU´EL (she-mūʹel; “heard of God”). The same Heb. word commonly translated Samuel, the name of several Bible personages. In the KJV Shemuel appears three times: (1) in Num. 34:20 for the son of Ammihud, appointed from the tribe of Simeon, to divide the land of Canaan, c. b.c. 1400; (2) in 1 Chron.