Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2275 - חֶבְרוֹן
Hebron = “association”
1) a city in south Judah approx 20 south of Jerusalem and approx 20 miles (30 kilometers) north of Beersheba and near where Abraham built an altar (noun proper locative)
2) the 3rd son of Kohath and grandson of Levi (noun proper masculine)
3) a descendant of Caleb (noun proper masculine)
חֶבְרוֹן (“conjunction,” “joining”), [Hebron], pr.n.
(1) of an ancient town in the tribe of Judah, formerly called קִרְיַת־אַרְבַּע Genesis 13:18, 23:2, comp. Judges 1:10. It was the royal city of David for some time, until after the taking of Jerusalem, 2 Samuel 2:1, 5:5. It is now called الخليل, in full خليل الر حان (the city of) the friend of the merciful God, i.e. of Abraham.
(2) of several men.
(a) Exodus 6:18 1 Ch. 5:28 Patron. ־ִי Numbers 3:27.
(b) 1 Chronicles 2:42, 43 1 Chronicles 2:43.
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