EZAR, EZER e’ zər (Ezar only in
1. (אֵ֖צֶר; LXX ̓Ασαρ et al., meaning uncertain; possibly “union” or “treasure”). A son of Seir the Horite in the land of Edom, mentioned sixth among the chiefs of the Horites (
(עֵ֖זֶר, or LXX ̓Εζερ, ̓Αζερ et al., meaning “help”).
2. A descendant of Judah and father of Hushah (
3. A son of Ephraim who was slain by the men of Gath when he made a raid on their cattle (
4. The chief of the mighty men of Gad, who came to David in Ziklag when David fled from Saul (
5. Ruler of Mizpah and son of Jeshua, a Levite who helped to repair the walls of Jerusalem in the days of Nehemiah (
6. A priest (singer, musician) who assisted Nehemiah in the dedication of the rebuilt walls of Jerusalem (