3395. Yerocham
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Yerocham: "may He be compassionate," the name of several Israelites
Original Word: יְרֹחָם
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Transliteration: Yerocham
Phonetic Spelling: (yer-o-khawm')
Short Definition: Jeroham

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from racham
"may He be compassionate," the name of several Isr.
NASB Translation
Jeroham (10).

יְרֹחָם proper name, masculine (may he be compassionated; compare LagBN 134); —

1 father of Elkanah, grandfather of Samuel, Ephraimite 1 Samuel 1:1 (Ιερεμε[ι]ηλ, A Ιεροαμ); Levite 1 Chronicles 6:12; 1 Chronicles 6:19 (Ιδαερ, Ηααλ; A Ιεροβοαμ, Ιερεαμ; ᵐ5L Ιεραμαηλ).

2 Benjamites:

a. 1 Chronicles 8:27 Ιρααμ, etc. (apparently = יְרֵמוֺת 1 Chronicles 8:14).

b. 1 Chronicles 9:8, ᵐ5 id. (= a ?).

3 priests:

a. 1 Chronicles 9:12, Ι(ε)ρααμ, etc.

b. Nehemiah 11:11, Ι(ε)ροαμ.

4 father of a hero of David 1 Chronicles 12:8 (van d. H. v.1 Chronicles 12:7), Ρααμ, A ᵐ5L Ιεροαμ.

5 Danite 1 Chronicles 27:22, Ιωραμ (ᵐ5L as 4).

6 father of a captain with Jehoiada, 2 Chronicles 23:1, Ιωραμ.


From racham; compassionate; Jerocham, the name of seven or eight Israelites -- Jeroham.

see HEBREW racham

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