Character Study on Mishma

Character Study on Mishma

Genesis 25: And Mishma, and Dumah, and Massa,
1 Chronicles 1: Mishma, and Dumah, Massa, Hadad, and Tema,
1 Chronicles 4: Shallum his son, Mibsam his son, Mishma his son.
1 Chronicles 4: And the sons of Mishma; Hamuel his son, Zacchur his son, Shimei his son.
1 Chronicles 12: Mishmannah the fourth, Jeremiah the fifth,

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Mishma
(mihssh' muh) Personal name meaning, “fame”. 1. Arab tribe descended from a son of Ishmael (Genesis 25:14 ; 1 Chronicles 1:30 ). 2 . Descendant of Simeon. Inclusion of the names Mibsam and Mishma in the geneologies of both Ishmael and Simeon suggest the incorporation of Arabs into that tribe as Simeon expanded southward (compare 1 Chronicles 4:38-43 ).



Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Mishma
MISHMA. 1. A son of Ishmael ( Genesis 25:14 = 1 Chronicles 1:30 ). 2. The eponym of a Simeonite family ( 1 Chronicles 4:25 ).

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Mishma
Hearing.
One of the sons of Ishmael (Genesis 25:14 ), and founder of an Arab tribe.



A Simeonite (1 Chronicles 4:25,26 ).


Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Mishma
1. Son of Ishmael (Genesis 25:14); Masamani: Ptolemy 6:7, 21). There is an Arab tribe now, Renee Misma.

2. Simeon's son (1 Chronicles 4:25).

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Mishma
Hearing; obeying
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Mishma
1. Son of Ishmael. Genesis 25:14 ; 1 Chronicles 1:30 .

2. Son of Mibsam, a descendant of Simeon. 1 Chronicles 4:25,26 .

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Hamuel - Son of Mishma, a Simeonite
Zac'Chur, - a Simeonite, of the family of Mishma
Mishma - Mishma
Mibsam - Son of Simeon; named as his brother Mishma from the Ishmaelite Mibsam (1 Chronicles 4:25
Mishma - Inclusion of the names Mibsam and Mishma in the geneologies of both Ishmael and Simeon suggest the incorporation of Arabs into that tribe as Simeon expanded southward (compare 1 Chronicles 4:38-43 )
Zacc(h)ur - Descendant of Mishma of the tribe of Simeon (1 Chronicles 4:26 )
Twelve - Mishma: report
Koran - Besides these unequal divisions, the Mahometans have also divided their Koran into sixty equal portions, which they call Anzab, in the singular Hizb, each subdivided into four equal parts; which is likewise an imitation of the Jews, who have an ancient division of their Mishma into sixty portions, called Massictoth