Character Study on Hamites

Character Study on Hamites

Numbers 26: Of Shupham, the family of the Shuphamites: of Hupham, the family of the Huphamites.
Numbers 26: These are the sons of Dan after their families: of Shuham, the family of the Shuhamites. These are the families of Dan after their families.
Numbers 26: All the families of the Shuhamites, according to those that were numbered of them, were threescore and four thousand and four hundred.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Hamites
(ham' itess) NIV designation for descendants of Ham (1 Chronicles 4:40-41 ). See Ham .



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Hamite - ) A fossil cephalopod of the genus Hamites, related to the ammonites, but having the last whorl bent into a hooklike form
Mehu'Nims, the, - 726-697) is found in (1 Chronicles 4:41 ) Here they are spoken of as it pastoral people, either themselves Hamites or in alliance with Hamites quiet and peaceable, dwelling in tents
Allon - ... ... The son of Jedaiah, of the family of the Simeonites, who expelled the Hamites from the valley of Gedor (1 Chronicles 4:37 )
Miz'ra-im, - Mizraim first occurs in the account of the Hamites in ( Genesis 10:1 )
Ham - The Hamites, in general, like the Canaanites of old, were a sea-faring race, and sooner arrived at civilization and the luxuries of life than their simpler pastoral and agricultural brethren of the other two families. The first great empires of Assyria and Egypt were founded by them; and the republics of Tyre, Sidon, and Carthage, were early distinguished for their commerce: but they sooner also fell to decay; and Egypt, which was one of the first, became the last and "basest of the kingdoms," Ezekiel 29:15 ; and has been successively in subjection to the Shemites, and Japhethites; as have also the settlements of the other branches of the Hamites
Mizraim - " They called themselves Κhemi , either "Hamites" or from Κhem "black," namely, the alluvial soil of the Nile
Gedor - ) Simeonite chiefs in Hezekiah's reign "went to the entrance of (rather as Keil, 'westward from') Gedor unto the eastern side of the valley to seek pasture for their flocks," and they dislodged the Hamites "dwelling there of old, and dwelt in their room
Ham - The first steps in the arts and sciences seemingly are due to the Hamites. The Hamites of S
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Hebrew - " The Hebrew and Canaanites were often brought, into contact, and exhibited the respective characteristics of the Shemites and the Hamites. The sense of Genesis 10:21 is: as in Genesis 10:6-20 the three Hamite settlements are mentioned, Babylon, Egypt, Canaan, so next the Shemite races are spoken of as commencing at the most easterly point of the Hamites, namely, Babylon and the Euphrates
Hebrew Language - There may be a Hamitic element in Hebrew, considering that the Canaanites who spoke it when Abram entered Canaan were Hamites; even though they probably acquired it from earlier Semitic occupants of Canaan, they would infuse a Hamitic element themselves. The Hamites and Nimrod took the lead in building Babel, which entailed the confusion of tongues; their tongue accordingly is found more confounded into endless varieties of dialect than the Semitic and Japhetic, whose dialects bear a nearer resemblance among themselves than the Turanian and other Hamitic dialects
Tongues, Confusion of - Thus by their intermediate position the Shemites were in contact with Japhetic races in Cappadocia, and with Hamites in Palestine, the Yemen, Babylonia, and Elymais. The Hamites and Shemites again meet in Babylon, which Scripture assigns to a Cushite founder, Nimrod, in accordance with recent discoveries of Hamitic inscriptions in the oldest Babylonian remains at Ur
Phoenice - The language is Semitic (from Shem), and was acquired by the Hamitic settlers in Canaan from the original Semitic occupants; it probably has a Hamitic element too (these Semitics were related by common Noachic descent to the Hamites, hence the languages too are related)
Sheba - ] ) and 1 Chronicles 1:9 make them Hamites, Genesis 10:28 (J [Note: Jahwist
Simeon - The Simeonites "found the Μeunim " (not as KJV, 1 Chronicles 4:41, "habitations") there besides the Hamites (whether Egyptians, Cushites, or Canaanites)
Canaan - The Shemites were pastoral nomads, like Seth's race; the Hamites, like Cain's race were city builders, mercantile, and progressive in a civilization of a corrupt kind