Elhanan - ) Slew Lahmi, brother of Goliath the Gittite (2 Samuel 21:19; 1 Chronicles 20:5). " "The Bethlehemite" is an alteration of eth Lahmi, a confusion being made with...
Lahmi - Lahmi . ’ If the text of Chronicles is the more correct, the designation Bethlehemite of Samuel is simply a corruption of the name Lahmi , but the converse might also be the case
Elhanan - Son of Jair, or Jaare-oregim: he slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath the Gittite
Jaare-Oregim - But the true reading is 1 Chronicles 20:5; "Elhanan, the son of Jair, slew Lahmi (eth Lahmi being altered into Βethlehemi ), the brother of Goliath (eth Goliath being substituted for ahiy Goliath ). The change was the more readily made as Lahmi's spear is described exactly as Goliath's (1 Samuel 17:7)
Elhanan - " They were introduced in the Authorized Version to bring this passage into agreement with 1 Chronicles 20:5 , where it is said that he "slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath
el-Hanan - 1 Chronicles 20:5 does indicate that El-hanan killed Lahmi, the brother of Goliath
Goliath - Goliath's brother , named Lahmi, also a giant, is evidently the one spoken of in 2 Samuel 21:19 , compare 1 Chronicles 20:5
Jair - Father of Elhanan who slew Lahmi the brother of Goliath
Jair - ...
The father of Elhanan, who slew Lahmi, the brother of Goliath (1 Chronicles 20:5 )
Elhanan - The son of Jair according to 1 Chronicles 20:5 , of Jaare-oregim according to 2 Samuel 21:19 ; in the former text he is represented as slaying Lahmi the brother of Goliath, in the latter as slaying Goliath himself. ) and ‘Lahmi the brother of’ (1 Chr
Jair - Father of Elhanan, one of David's heroes who slew Lahmi, Goliath's brother (1 Chronicles 20:5)
Rephaim - The giants Goliah, Sippai, Lahmi, and others, were some remains of the Rephaim; their magnitude and strength are known from Scripture
Goliath - " The Authorized Version interpolates the words "the brother of" from 1 Chronicles 20:5 , where this giant is called Lahmi
Bethlehem - 290) where the ruler of Jerusalem complained to the Egyptian pharaoh that the people of Bit-Lahmi had gone over to the side of the “Apiru,” apparently a people without local citizenship who caused disturbances in Canaanite society
Giant - ‘Lahmi, the brother of Goliath,’ etc