Character Study on Ashur

Character Study on Ashur

2 Samuel 2: And made him king over Gilead, and over the Ashurites, and over Jezreel, and over Ephraim, and over Benjamin, and over all Israel.
1 Chronicles 2: And after that Hezron was dead in Calebephratah, then Abiah Hezron's wife bare him Ashur the father of Tekoa.
1 Chronicles 4: And Ashur the father of Tekoa had two wives, Helah and Naarah.
1 Chronicles 9: And Adaiah the son of Jeroham, the son of Pashur, the son of Malchijah, and Maasiai the son of Adiel, the son of Jahzerah, the son of Meshullam, the son of Meshillemith, the son of Immer;
Ezra 2: The children of Pashur, a thousand two hundred forty and seven.
Ezra 10: And of the sons of Pashur; Elioenai, Maaseiah, Ishmael, Nethaneel, Jozabad, and Elasah.
Nehemiah 7: The children of Pashur, a thousand two hundred forty and seven.
Nehemiah 10: Pashur, Amariah, Malchijah,
Nehemiah 11: And their brethren that did the work of the house were eight hundred twenty and two: and Adaiah the son of Jeroham, the son of Pelaliah, the son of Amzi, the son of Zechariah, the son of Pashur, the son of Malchiah,
Jeremiah 20: Now Pashur the son of Immer the priest, who was also chief governor in the house of the LORD, heard that Jeremiah prophesied these things.
Jeremiah 20: Then Pashur smote Jeremiah the prophet, and put him in the stocks that were in the high gate of Benjamin, which was by the house of the LORD.
Jeremiah 20: And it came to pass on the morrow, that Pashur brought forth Jeremiah out of the stocks. Then said Jeremiah unto him, The LORD hath not called thy name Pashur, but Magormissabib.
Jeremiah 20: And thou, Pashur, and all that dwell in thine house shall go into captivity: and thou shalt come to Babylon, and there thou shalt die, and shalt be buried there, thou, and all thy friends, to whom thou hast prophesied lies.
Jeremiah 21: The word which came unto Jeremiah from the LORD, when king Zedekiah sent unto him Pashur the son of Melchiah, and Zephaniah the son of Maaseiah the priest, saying,
Jeremiah 38: Then Shephatiah the son of Mattan, and Gedaliah the son of Pashur, and Jucal the son of Shelemiah, and Pashur the son of Malchiah, heard the words that Jeremiah had spoken unto all the people, saying,
Ezekiel 27: Of the oaks of Bashan have they made thine oars; the company of the Ashurites have made thy benches of ivory, brought out of the isles of Chittim.

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Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Ashur
1 Chronicles 2:24; 1 Chronicles 4:5.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Ashur
KJV spelling for Ashhur. See Ashhur .



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Ashur
Son of Hezron and father of Tekoa. 1 Chronicles 2:24 ; 1 Chronicles 4:5 .

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Ashur
Who is happy; or walks; or looks
Watson's Biblical & Theological Dictionary - Ashur
the son of Shem, who gave his name to Assyria. It is believed that Ashur originally dwelt in the land of Shiner and about Babylonia, but that he was compelled by the usurper Nimrod to depart from thence, and settle higher toward the springs of the Tigris, in the province of Assyria, so called from him, where some think he built the famous city of Nineveh, and those of Rehoboth, Calah, and Resen, Genesis 10:11-12 .

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Tekoa - Son of Ashur, or a city founded by Ashur, a descendant of Judah
Assur - Same as Ashur
Assyria - Country of Assur or Ashur
Box-Tree - The words of Ezekiel 27:6 literally translated are, "Thy benches they have made of ivory, the daughter of the Ashur tree," i. , inlaid with Ashur wood. The Ashur is the box-tree, and accordingly the Revised Version rightly reads "inlaid in box wood
Zereth - Son of Ashur and Helah (1 Chronicles 4:7)
Ahuzam - Son of Naarah, wife of Ashur
Helah - Rust, (1 Chronicles 4:5,7 ), one of the wives of Ashur
Ethnan - Son of Ashur, a descendant of Judah
Naarah - Wife of Ashur, a descendant of Judah
Temeni - Son of Ashur, a descendant of Judah
Zereth - Son of Ashur, a descendant of Judah
Helah - Wife of Ashur, of the tribe of Judah
Haahashtari - Son of Ashur of the tribe of Judah
Jezoar - Son of Ashur, of the tribe of Judah
Neiel - A city of Ashur
Temeni - One of the sons of Ashur, the father of Tekoa (1 Chronicles 4:6 )
na'Arah - (a maiden ), the second wife of Ashur; a descendant of Judah
Eth'Nan - (hire ), one of the sons of Helah the wife of Ashur
he'Lah - (rust ), one of the two wives of Ashur, father of Tekoa
Tem'Eni, - son of Ashur the father of Tekoa, by his wife Naarah
Ashhur - ] Ashur )
a'Nub - (confederate ), son of Coz and descendant of Judah, through Ashur the father of Tekoa ( 1 Chronicles 4:8 )
ze'Reth - (splendor ), son of Ashur, the founder of Tekoa, by his wife Helah
Ahu'Zam - (possession ), properly Ahuzzam son of Ashur, the father or founder of Tekoa, by his wife Naarah
Helah - ” Wife of Ashur in the tribe of Judah (1Chronicles 4:5,1 Chronicles 4:7 )
Naarah - Wife of Ashur (1 Chronicles 4:5-6 )
Haahash'Tari - (the courier ), a man or a family immediately descended from Ashur
Calah - a city of Assyria, built by Ashur, Genesis 10:12
Calah - A city of Assyria, built by Ashur or by Nimrod, Genesis 10:11,12
Nisroch - The name is perhaps a (deliberate?) corruption of the name Marduk, Nusku (the fire-god), or Ashur (compare early Greek readings Esdrach and Asorach)
he'Pher - ) ... Son of Ashur, the "father of Tekoa
he'Pher - ) ... Son of Ashur, the "father of Tekoa
Hezron - KJV makes Hezron the father of Ashur (compare NAS, NRSV, NIV). Some Bible students follow the lead of the earliest translations, changing the Hebrew text somewhat so that Caleb is the father of Ashur, Ephratah being Caleb's wife (compare REB, TEV, RSV)
Hepher - Son of Ashur and Naarah, of the tribe of Judah
Ahura-Mazda - He is represented as a bearded man inclosed in a winged circle, a conception probably derived from the Assyrian representations of Ashur
Ashur - It is believed that Ashur originally dwelt in the land of Shiner and about Babylonia, but that he was compelled by the usurper Nimrod to depart from thence, and settle higher toward the springs of the Tigris, in the province of Assyria, so called from him, where some think he built the famous city of Nineveh, and those of Rehoboth, Calah, and Resen, Genesis 10:11-12
Ashhur - (assh' huhr) Modern translation spelling of Ashur (KJV, TEV)
Ashurite - (assh' uhr ite) or AshurI (NIV) Apparently a tribe or clan over which Ish-bosheth, Saul's son, ruled (2 Samuel 2:9 ). In KJV of Ezekiel 27:6 Ashurites made “benches of ivory” for Tyre. If people from Ashur are meant in either of the original texts, we know nothing else about them
Sharezer - Shar-etir-Ashur was the name of a son of Sennacherib, who in a fragmentary letter is addressed as monarch, about the time of Esarhaddon’s reign
Caleb Ephratah - Hezron had two wives, the mother of Jerahmeel, Ram, and Caleb or Chelubai; and Abiah, Machir's daughter, whom he married when 60 years old, and who bore him Segub, and posthumously (according to KJV) Ashur
Cuthah - The name is akin to Cush, as the Chaldaeans said Athur for Ashur
Esarhaddon - (ee' ssahr had' dahn) Assyrian royal name meaning, “Ashur (the god) has given a brother
Sennacherib - Troubles in Babylonia led him to recall Bçl-ibni and set his own son Ashur-nâdin-shum on the throne. He was too far from his base, and the Elamites fell on his rear and captured Babylon, carried off Ashur-nâdin-shum to Elam, making a Chald¿an Nergal-ushçzib king in his stead; b
Teko'a, - ... A name occurring in the genealogies of Judah, (1 Chronicles 2:24 ; 4:5 ) as the son of Ashur
Haran - It is probable that Haran rebelled along with the city of Ashur in b
Tekoa - ) In the lists of Judah (1 Chronicles 2:24; 1 Chronicles 4:5) Ashur, Hezron's posthumous son and Caleb's brother, is mentioned as father, i
Aramean - They were able to seize large portions of Assyrian lands, defeating Tiglath-pileser I and II and Ashur-rabi II
Dan - ] proper names Ashur-dân [‘Ashur is judge’], Aku-dâna [‘the moon-god is judge’] of the period of Hammurabi)
Ashtoreth - This warrior-nation naturally dwelt upon the martial aspect of the deity almost to the exclusion of her milder side as a mother-goddess, and accorded to her a position next to Ashur, their national god. ... Thus Ishtar is the goddess whom Ashur-nazir-pal (b
Caleb - Termanites too are among the children of Ashur, Hezron's son (1 Chronicles 4:6)
Nimrod - The marginal reading of our English Bible, "He went out into Assyria," or to invade Assyria, is here adopted in preference to that in the text: "And out of that land went forth Ashur, and builded Nineveh," &c
Messiah - in the opening line of Ashurbanipal’s cylinder-inscription he calls himself binutu Ashûr u Bêlit, ‘offspring of Ashur and Beltis’; cf. 1100) calls himself iššakku (PA-TE-SI) of the God Ashur (Prism-Insc. Ashur’s plenipotentiary. Thus Ashurbanipal (like Sargon) calls himself not only the šaknu or vicegerent of Bêl, but also the šangu or priest of Ashur
Zidon - 877 Zidon, with other Phœnician cities, submitted to the Assyrian Ashur-nazir-pal and ‘sent him presents
Assyria - Playfair, as the most probable:—"The founder of it was Ashur, the second son of Shem, who departed from Shinar, upon the usurpation of Nimrod, at the head of a large body of adventurers, and laid the foundations of Nineveh, where he resided, and erected a new kingdom, called Assyria, after his name, Genesis 10:11 . Ninus, the successor of Ashur, Genesis 10:11 , seized on Chaldea after the death of Nimrod, and united the kingdoms of Assyria and Babylon
Phoenicia, phNicians - ... Shortly before the time of Ahab, the Assyrian king Ashur-nasir-pal (b. Ashurbanipal (668 626) claims to have reduced Tyre and Arvad
Nineveh - Asshur-bil-nisis, Buzur Ashur, and Asshur Vatila from 1653 to 1550 B
Division of the Earth - ) His son Ashur planted the land thence called Assyria, which soon became a province of the Cushite, or Cuthic empire, founded by Nimrod
Gods, Pagan - Thus, the god and namesake of the original Assyrian capital, Ashur, rose in importance with the rise of that empire