SHUTHELAH (PERSON) [Heb šûtelaḥ (שׁוּתֶלַח)]. SHUTHELAHITES. 1. Shuthelah is the first son of Ephraim according to 1 Chr 7:20. This genealogy of Ephraim lists many descendants including Shuthelah’s son Bered, two Tahaths, Zabad, another Shuthelah (v 21), and others. The significance of the 1 Chronicles
Shuthelah. 1. Ephraim’s son, the brother of Becher and Tahan, and the father of Eran and Bered. He founded the Shuthelahite family and was the ancestor of Joshua, the son of Nun (Nm 26:35; kjv Shuthalhite; 1 Chr 7:20, 27).2. Zabad’s son from Ephraim’s tribe (1 Chr 7:21).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
SHUTHELAH1. Ephraim’s son, the brother of Beker and Tahan, and the father of Eran and Bered. He founded the Shuthelahite family and was an ancestor of Joshua the son of Nun (Nm 26:35; 1 Chr 7:20, 27).2. Zabad’s son from Ephraim’s tribe (1 Chr 7:21).
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Shuthelah (Heb. šûṯelaḥ)1. A son of Ephraim, ancestor of the Shuthelahite clan (Num. 26:35–36; 1 Chr. 7:20).2. An Ephraimite, the son of Zabad (1 Chr. 7:21). The text is unclear whether he is the same as 1 above or a descendant.
SHU´THELAH (shūʹthe-la).1. First named of the three sons of Ephraim (Num. 26:35–36), perhaps about 1850 b.c. His descendants to a second Shuthelah are given in 1 Chron. 7:20–21.2. The sixth in descent from no. 1, being the son of Zabad and father of Ezer and Elead (1 Chron. 7:21).
ShuthelahShuthelah (sho̅o̅ʹthuh-luh), the founder of an Ephraimite clan, the Shuthelahites (Num. 26:35–36). The Ephraimite mentioned in 1 Chron. 7:21–22 may be the same person, although on the other hand different generations may be indicated.