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DIBRI (dĭb'rē). A Danite, whose grandson fought with an Israelite in the camp, cursed, and then was stoned for his blasphemy (Lev.24.11-Lev.24.16).

DIBRI dĭb’ rī (דִּבְרִ֖י, prob. wordy; i.e., he talks too much). A man of the tribe of Dan whose daughter Shelomith married an Egyp. Their son blasphemed the “name” of God and was stoned (Lev 24:10-23).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(dibhri, "eloquent" (?)): A Danite, whose daughter Shelomith married an Egyptian. Their son was "cut off" (stoned) for blasphemy (Le 24:11).