cham: husband's fatherOriginal Word: חָםPart of Speech:
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husband's fatherNASB Translation
II. חָם husband's father
, see חמה
II. [חָם] noun masculine husband's father (Late Hebrew id., of husband's or wife's father, so Aramaic חֲמָא; Arabic husband's male relation (father, brother, paternal uncle), but also wife's father, etc.; Ethiopic Assyrian êmû, ZimBP 48); — only suffix חָמִ֫יךָ Genesis 38:13,25, of Judah as Tamar's father-in-law; חָמִיהָ 1 Samuel 4:19,21 of Eli, father-in-law of Phinehas' wife.
father in law
From the same as chowmah; a father-in-law (as in affinity) -- father in law.
see HEBREW chowmah