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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2369 - חוֹתָם
Hotham = “seal”
1) a man of Asher, son of Heber, of the family of Beriah
2) father of two of David’s mighty warriors
(1) a seal, a seal-ring (from the root חָתַם), Exodus 28:11, 21 Exodus 28:21; Job 38:14, 41:7 Jeremiah 22:24, etc. The Hebrews were accustomed, like the Persians in the present day, sometimes to carry a signet ring hung by a string upon the breast (Genesis 38:18), to which custom allusion is made, Song of Solomon 8:6. Arab. خَاَتِمُ and خَاتِمُ.
(2) [Hotham], pr.n. masc.
(a) 1 Chronicles 7:32.
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