Hotham, Hothan

HOTHAM, HOTHAN hō’ thăm, -ăn (חﯴתָ֑ם). 1. A member of the tribe of Asher in the genealogies given by the author of Chronicles (1 Chron 7:32). It is not clear whether the Helem given in v. 35 is the same person.

2. A man from Aroer, the father of Shama and Jeiel, two of David’s mighty men (1 Chron 11:44). KJV gives Hothan here, following LXX.

Article 2

HOTHAM, HOTHAN (hō'thăm, hō'thăn). 1. A son of Heber, of the family of Beriah. He was an Asherite (1Chr.7.32). He is called “Helem” in 1Chr.7.35.

2. An Aroerite, whose two sons Shama and Jeiel were among David’s heroes (1Chr.11.44).