The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Zaavan, Son of Ezer
Zaavan, Son of Ezer (זַעֲוָן‎, za'awan). A descendant of Seir the Horite (Gen 36:27; 1 Chr 1:42).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Zaavan (Person)
ZAAVAN (PERSON) [Heb zaʿăwān (זַעֲוָן)]. A clan name in the genealogy of Seir the Horite in Gen 36:27. Zaavan also appears in the parallel genealogical clan list in 1 Chr 1:42 (KJV reads Zavan). In both lists he is described as second of three sons of the clan chief Ezer, and is thus a grandson of
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Zaavan. Second son of Ezer, a Horite clan chief (Gn 36:27; 1 Chr 1:42, kjv Zavan).
Zavan. kjv spelling of Zaavan, Ezer’s son, in 1 Chronicles 1:42.See Zaavan.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Zaavan zāʹə-van [Heb. zaʿawān < zāwaʿ—‘tremble’ (?)]; AV also ZAVAN; NEB ZAVAN. Son of Ezer; a Horite clan chief who descended from Seir (Gen. 36:27; 1 Ch. 1:42).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
ZAVAN* kjv spelling of Zaavan, Ezer’s son, in 1 Chronicles 1:42. See Zaavan.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Zaavan (Heb. zaʿăwān)The second son of Ezer the Horite, ancestor of an Edomite clan (Gen. 36:27; 1 Chr. 1:42).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Zaavan [zāˊəvăn] (Heb. za˓awān). The second son of Ezer the Horite, leader of an Edomite clan (Gen. 36:27; 1 Chr. 1:42; KJV “Zavan”).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Za´avan, or Za´van (migratory), a Horite chief, son of Ezer the son of Seir. Gen. 36:27; 1 Chron. 1:42.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
ZA´AVAN (zāʹa-van). The second son of Ezer, son of Seir the Horite (Gen. 36:27; 1 Chron. 1:42). See Horite.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Zaavanterror, one of the “dukes of Edom” (Gen. 36:27); called also Zavan (1 Chr. 1:42).
See also
Ezer Father
Bilhan Brother
Akan Brother
Amalek Cousin
Dishan Uncle
Dishan Uncle
Hori Cousin
Seir Grandfather
Shobal Uncle
Zibeon Uncle
Timna Aunt
Anah Cousin
Anah Uncle
Aiah Cousin
Lotan Uncle
Hemam Cousin
Onam Cousin
Dishan Cousin
Hemdan Cousin
Ebal Cousin
Uz Cousin
Manahath Cousin
Shepho Cousin
Alvan Cousin
Ithran Cousin
Aran Cousin
Cheran Cousin
Eshban Cousin