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HEBREW: 2354 rwx Chuwr
NAVE: Hur
EBD: Hur
ISBE: HUR
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Hur

In Bible versions:

Hur: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a man who was a special assistant to Moses and Aaron
a king of Midian killed by Moses
son of Caleb and Ephrathah; father of Salma; elder of Bethlehem

liberty; whiteness; hole

Hebrew

Strongs #02354: rwx Chuwr

Hur = "hole"

1) a chief assistant to Moses and Aaron
2) grandfather of Bezaleel, the chief artificer of the tabernacle;
possibly the same as 1 above
3) the 4th of the 5 kings of Midian who were slain with Balaam after Peor
4) father of Rephaiah in the time of Nehemiah
5) father of Ben-Hur who was commissariat officer for Solomon in Mount
Ephraim

2354 Chuwr khoor

the same as 2353 or 2352; Chur, the name of four Israelites
and one Midianite:-Hur.
see HEBREW for 02353
see HEBREW for 02352

Hur [EBD]

a hole, as of a viper, etc. (1.) A son of Caleb (1 Chr. 2:19, 50; 4:1, 4; comp. 2 Chr. 1:5).

(2.) The husband of Miriam, Moses' sister (Ex. 17:10-12). He was associated with Aaron in charge of the people when Moses was absent on Sinai (Ex. 24:14). He was probably of the tribe of Judah, and grandfather of Bezaleel (Ex. 31:2; 35:30; 1 Chr. 2:19).

(3.) One of the five princes of Midian who were defeated and slain by the Israelites under the command of Phinehas (Num. 31:8).

Hur [NAVE]

HUR
1. An Israelite who assisted in supporting Moses's hands during battle, Ex. 17:10, 12; 24:14.
2. A son of Caleb, Ex. 31:2; 35:30; 38:22; 1 Chr. 2:19, 20; 2 Chr. 1:5.
3. A king of Midian, Num. 31:8; Josh. 13:21.
4. Called Ben Hur, an officer of Solomon's commissary, 1 Kin. 4:8.
5. Father of Caleb, 1 Chr. 2:50; 4:4.
6. A son of Judah, 1 Chr. 4:1.
7. A ruler, Neh. 3:9.

HUR [ISBE]

HUR - hur (chur):

(1) A prominent official in Israel. With Aaron he held up Moses' hands during the battle against the Amalekites (Ex 17:10,12) and assisted him as judicial head of the people during Moses' stay in the mount (Ex 24:14).

(2) Grandfather of Bezalel, the head artificer in the construction of the Tabernacle (Ex 31:2; 35:30; 38:22; 2 Ch 1:5). He is here assigned to the tribe of Judah, and in 1 Ch is connected with the same by descent through Caleb (2:19,20,50; 4:1,4). Josephus (Ant., III, ii, 4; vi, 1) makes him identical with (1) and the husband of Miriam.

(3) One of the five kings of Midian slain along with Balaam when Israel avenged the "matter of Peor" upon this people (Nu 31:8; compare 31:1,2,16). In Josh 13:21 these kings are spoken of as "chiefs (nesi'im) of Midian" and "princes (necikhim) of Sihon," king of the Amorites.

(4) According to 1 Ki 4:8 the King James Version, the father of one of Solomon's twelve officers who provided food for the king's household, and whose district was the hill country of Ephraim. Here the Revised Version (British and American) has "Ben-hur," taking the Hebrew ben, "son of," as part of the proper name; and the same is true in reference to the names of four others of these officers (compare 1 Ki 4:9,10,11,13).

(5) Father of Rephaiah, who was one of the builders of the wall under Nehemiah, and ruler of half the district of Jerusalem (Neh 3:9).

Benjamin Reno Downer




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