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Dictionaries :: Sheshai

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Sheshai:

whitish, one of the sons of Anak (Num 13:22). When the Israelites obtained possession of the country the sons of Anak were expelled and slain (Jos 15:14; Jdg 1:10).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Sheshai:

six; mercy; flax

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Sheshai:

she'-shi (sheshay): One of the sons of Anak, perhaps an old Hebronite clan name. (Sayce combines the name with Sasu, the root sh-c-h, the Egyptian name for the Syrian Bedouins.) The clan lived in Hebron at the time of the conquest and was expelled by Caleb (Nu 13:22, Codex Vaticanus Sessei; Codex Alexandrinus Semei; Jos 15:14, Codex Vaticanus Sousei; Codex Alexandrinus Sousai; Jud 1:10, Codex Vaticanus Sessei; Codex Alexandrinus Geththi).

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Sheshai:

(noble) one of the three sons of Anak who dwelt in Hebron (Numbers 13:22). (B.C. 1445)

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