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Dictionaries :: Shomer

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Easton's Bible Dictionary

Shomer:

watchman. (1.) The mother of Jehozabad, who murdered Joash (2Ki 12:21); called also Shimrith, a Moabitess (2Ch 24:26).

(2.) A man of Asher (1Ch 7:32); called also Shamer (34).

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Shomer:

keeper; dregs

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Shomer:

sho'-mer (shomer):

(1) The father of one of the conspirators who killed Joash (2Ki 12:21).

See SHIMEATH.

(2) One of the sons of Heber of the tribe of Asher (1Ch 7:32).

See SHEMER.



Smith's Bible Dictionary

Shomer:

(keeper).

(1.) An Asherite (1 Chronicles 7:32) also called Shamer verse 34).

(2.) The father of Jehozabad who slew King Joash (2 Kings 12:21). In the parallel passage in 2 Chronicles 24:26, the name is converted into the feminine form Shimrith, who is further described as a Moabitess. SEE [SHIMRITH]. (B.C. 839)

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