Character Study on Shamer

Character Study on Shamer

1 Chronicles 6: The son of Amzi, the son of Bani, the son of Shamer,
1 Chronicles 7: And the sons of Shamer; Ahi, and Rohgah, Jehubbah, and Aram.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Shamer
(sshay' muhr) Variant spelling of Shomer or Shemer (1 Chronicles 6:46 ; 1 Chronicles 7:34 ).

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Shamer
1. 1 Chronicles 6:46.

2. 1 Chronicles 7:34.

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Shamer
1. Son of Mahli the grandson of Merari. 1 Chronicles 6:46 .

2. Son of Heber of the tribe of Asher. 1 Chronicles 7:34 . Called SHOMER in 1 Chronicles 7:32 .

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Shamer
Keeper; thorn; dregs
Webster's Dictionary - Shamer
(n.) One who, or that which, disgraces, or makes ashamed.

King James Dictionary - Shamer
SHA'MER, n. One who makes ashamed that which confounds.

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Shamir - Shamer
Shamed - SJAMED or Shamer
Rohgah - Son of Shamer, a descendant of Asher
Jehubbah - Son of Shamer, of the tribe of Asher
Roh'Gah - (clamor ), an Asherite, of the sons of Shamer
Sha'Med - (keeper ), properly Shamer or Shemer; one of the pens of Elpaal the Benjamite
Jehub'Bah - (protected ), a man of Asher, son of Shamer or Shomer, of the house of Beriah
Ahi - Son of Shamer a descendant of Asher
Rohgah - Son of Shamer, (1 Chronicles 7:34) If from Ravah, to drink-and Hagah, to speak, the name, it should seem, means drunk, or filled with a fulness for discourse
Shomer - ... ... A man of Asher (1 Chronicles 7:32 ); called also Shamer (34)
Shomer - (See Shamer
Lod - A town of Benjamin, founded by Shamed or Shamer (1 Chronicles 8:12)
a'hi - ) ... A descendant of Shamer, of the tribe of Asher
Sho'Mer -
An Asherite, (1 Chronicles 7:32 ) also called Shamer
Shemer - Modern translations' spelling of Shamer, the father of a Temple musician under David (1 Chronicles 6:46 )
Aram - Son of Shamer, of the tribe of Asher
Aram - Son of Shamer, of the tribe of Asher
Bani - Son of Shamer, a descendant of Merari
Lyd'da - (strife ), the Greek form of the name, ( Acts 9:32,35,38 ) which appears in the Hebrew records as LOD a town of Benjamin, founded by Shamed or Shamer
a'Ram - ... An Asherite, one of the sons of Shamer
si'na-i, - overtopped by Um Shamer (the mother of fennel , 9300 feet), which is the highest point of the whole peninsula
Mahometanism - He also sent letters of the like purport to several Arab princes; particularly one to Al Hareth Ebn Abi Shamer, king of Ghassan, who returning for answer that he would go to Mahomet himself, the prophet said, May his kingdom perish; another to Hawdha Ebn Ali, king of Yamama, who was a Christian, and, having sometime before professed Islamism, had lately returned to his former faith: this prince sent back a very rough answer, upon which Mahomet cursing him, he died soon after; and a third to Al Mondar Ebn Sawa, king of Bahrein, who embraced Mahometanism, and all the Arabs of that country followed his example