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Shuppim (son of Ir)
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Shuppim, Son of Ir
Shuppim, Son of Ir (שֻׁפִּם‎, shuppim). A descendant of Benjamin through Ir; brother of Huppim (1 Chr 7:12). Also called “Shepuphan/Shepupham” (1 Chr 8:5; Num 26:39).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Shephupham (Person)
SHEPHUPHAM (PERSON) [Heb šĕpûpām (שְׁפוּפָם)]. Var. SHEPHUPHAN. SHUPHAMITES. The fourth of Benjamin’s five sons (Num 26:38–40). Although the name “Shephupham” occurs in only one of the Benjaminite genealogies (Num 26:39), what may be corrupt forms of the name are also present in the other genealogies
Shuppim (Person)
SHUPPIM (PERSON) [Heb šuppı̄m (שֻׁפִּם)]. This name occurs three times in the OT.1. One of the sons of Ir named in 1 Chr 7:12 in a “fragmentary addition” (Williamson Chronicles NCBC, 78) to a Benjaminite genealogy (1 Chr 7:6–12). Although it has been proposed that the larger list was originally Zebulunite
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Shephupham
Shephupham. Benjamin’s fourth son and the father of the Shuphamite family (Nm 26:39, kjv Shupham). In the corresponding genealogy of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:12) he is called Shuppim, appearing as Benjamin’s great-grandson.See Shuppim #1.
Shephuphan
Shephuphan. Bela’s son from Benjamin’s tribe. Bela was the firstborn of Benjamin’s sons (1 Chr 8:5). The exact position of Shephuphan in Benjamin’s genealogy is unclear.See Shephupham.
Shuphamite
Shupham, Shuphamite. Benjamin’s son and descendant. Shupham is the kjv spelling of Shephupham in Numbers 26:39.See Shephupham.
Shuppim
Shuppim. 1. Son of Ir and a great-grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:12, 15). Shuppim is perhaps a shortened form of Shephupham, mentioned in Numbers 26:39 as the son of Benjamin.See Shephupham.2. Levite gatekeeper, who with Hosah, watched the gate of Shallecheth on the western side of Jerusalem (1 Chr
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Shephupham; Shephuphan
Shephupham; Shephuphan shə-fūʹfəm, shə-fūʹfən [Heb. šep̱ûp̱ām/šep̱ûp̱ān]; AV, NEB, SHUPHAM (Nu. 26:39). A Benjaminite (Nu. 26:39). The various genealogical lists indicate some variations as to how this name appears. In Nu. 26:39 the LXX, Syr, Tg, and Vulg reflect the reading šûp̱ām, which
Shupham
Shupham shoo̅ʹfam (Nu. 26:39, AV, NEB); SHUPHAMITES shoo̅ʹfə-mīts [Heb. haššûp̱āmî]. See Shephupham.
Shuppim
1. A Benjaminite (1 Ch. 7:12, 15). The AV and RSV follow the MT; many scholars, however, have proposed emendations because the text appears to be corrupt (see comms). The occurrence of the names “Shuppim” and “Huppim” here is one instance of a pattern of twin names in the Benjaminite genealogies (cf.
Shuppim
Shuppim shupʹim [Heb. šuppîm, šuppim]; NEB emends the MT (cf. NEB mg).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Shephupham
SHEPHUPHAM* Benjamin’s fourth son (called “Muppim” in Gen 46:21) and the father of the Shuphamite family (Nm 26:39; see nlt mg). In the corresponding genealogy of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:12) he is called Shuppim, appearing as Benjamin’s great- grandson. See Shuppim #1.See also Shephuphan.
Shephuphan
SHEPHUPHAN Bela’s son from Benjamin’s tribe. Bela was the firstborn of Benjamin’s sons (1 Chr 8:5). The exact position of Shephuphan in Benjamin’s genealogy is unclear, and he is perhaps identifiable with Shephupham (1 Chr 7:12).
Shuphamite
SHUPHAM, SHUPHAMITE Benjamin’s son and descendants. Shupham is the kjv spelling of Shephupham in Numbers 26:39. See Shephupham.
Shuppim
SHUPPIM1. Son of Ir and a great-grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr 7:12). Shuppim is perhaps a shortened form of Shephupham (Shupham), mentioned in Numbers 26:39 as the son of Benjamin. It could also be an alternate spelling for Muppim (Gen 46:21). See Shephupham.2. Levite gatekeeper, who, with Hosah, watched
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Shephupham
Shephupham (shi-fyoo´fuhm), a son of Benjamin and ancestor of the Shuphamites (Num. 26:39); Shephuphan (1 Chron. 8:5), Shuppim (1 Chron. 7:12, 15) and Muppim (Gen. 46:21) may be other names for the same family group.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Shephuphan
SHEPHUPHAN. One of the sons of Bela, the firstborn of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:5). The became the ancestral head of the Shuphamites (Num 26:39, where his name is spelled Shephupham [NASB] or Shupham [KJV]). In Gen 46:21 he is called Muppim and in 1 Chr 7:12, 15, Shuppim. The variant names may be explained as
Shupham
SHUPHAM. Son of Benjamin and progenitor of “the family of the Shuphamites” (Num 26:39, KJV; ASV and RSV have “Shephupham”); evidently the same person as Shephuphan in 1 Chr 8:5. In this later reference Shephuphan is listed as a son of Bela and therefore as a grandson of Benjamin.
Shuppim
SHUPPIM1. A great-grandson of Benjamin, son of Ir, or Iri, grandson of Bela, and brother of Huppim (1 Chr 7:7, 12, 15).2. A Levite, one of the gatekeepers at the temple who, along with Hosah, had charge of the gate Shallecheth, on the W side of Jerusalem (1 Chr 26:16).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Shephupham
Shephupham (Heb. šĕp̱ûp̱ām)A son of the patriarch Benjamin, and ancestor of the Shuphamites (Num. 26:39). The similarity of the name to names of other descendants of Benjamin—Muppim (Gen. 46:21), Shuppim (1 Chr. 7:21, 15), and Shephuphan (8:5)—suggests that one person, the ancestor of an important
Shephuphan
Shephuphan (Heb. šĕp̱ûp̱ān)A son of Bela and grandson of the patriarch Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:5).
Shuppim
Shuppim (Heb. šuppɩ̂m)1. One of the two sons of Ir of the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chr. 7:12). “Shuppim” and “Huppim” are probably alternate forms of “Shephupham” and “Hupham,” which also appear in a Benjaminite genealogy list (Num. 26:39; cf. Gen. 46:21; 1 Chr. 8:5). Their appearance in a quite confused
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Shephupham
Shephupham [shə fūˊfəm] (Heb. šep̱ûp̱ām). A son of the patriarch Benjamin, and ancestor of the Shuphamites (Num. 26:39; KJV, NIV “Shupham”). This son is not mentioned elsewhere, and the similarity of his name to names of other descendants of Benjamin—Muppim (Gen. 46:21), Shuppim (1 Chr. 7:21),
Shephuphan
Shephuphan [shə fūˊfən] (Heb. šep̱ûp̱ān). A son of Bela and grandson of the patriarch Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:5). See Shephupham.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Shephuphan
Shephu´phan (an adder), one of the sons of Bela the first-born of Benjamin. 1 Chron. 8:5. His name is also written Shephupham (Authorized Version “Shupham”), Num. 26:39; Shuppim, 1 Chron. 7:12, 15; and Muppim. Gen. 46:21. [Muppim.]
Shuppim
Shup´pim (serpents). In the genealogy of Benjamin “Shuppim and Huppim, the children of Ir,” are reckoned in 1 Chron. 7:12. Ir is the same as Iri the son of Bela the son of Benjamin, so that Shuppim was the great-grandson of Benjamin.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Shephupham
SHE´PHUPHAM (sheʹfū-fam). Mentioned in Num. 26:39 as one of the “sons” of Benjamin and head of the family of Shuphamites. He is doubtless the same person elsewhere (1 Chron. 8:5) called Shephuphan (which see). He was, if the same person, a son of Bela the son of Benjamin and was reckoned among Benjamin’s
Shephuphan
SHEPHU´PHAN (she-fūʹfan). One of the sons of Bela, the firstborn of Benjamin (1 Chron. 8:5). His name is also written Shephupham or Shupham (Num. 26:39) and Muppim (Gen. 46:21).
Shuppim
SHUP´PIM (shūpʹim).1. In the genealogy of Benjamin, Shuppim and Huppim, the “sons of Ir,” are reckoned (1 Chron. 7:12). Ir is the same as Iri, the son of Bela, the son of Benjamin, so that Shuppim was the great-grandson of Benjamin.2. A Levite who, together with Hosah, had charge of the Temple gate
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Shephupham
ShephuphamShephupham (she-fo̅o̅ʹfuhm; kjv: ‘Shupham’), the name of a Benjaminite clan (Num. 26:39); ‘Shephuphan’ (1 Chron. 8:5) and ‘Muppim’ (Gen. 46:21) may be other names for the same clan.
See also
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Huppim Brother
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Gera Uncle
Abishua Uncle
Addar Uncle
Huram Uncle
Abihud Uncle
Ahoah Uncle
Jerimoth Uncle
Uzziel Uncle
Uzzi Uncle
Ezbon Uncle