SEORIM (sē-ō'rĭm, Heb. se‘ōrîm). A descendant of Aaron; head of one of the courses or subdivisions of the priests in the time of David (1Chr.24.1-1Chr.24.8).

SEORIM sē ôr’ ĭm (שְׂעֹרִ֖ים). The name borne by a priest in the fourth priestly course in the Temple at Jerusalem in the postexilic period (1 Chron 24:8).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

se-o’-rim, se-or’-im (se`orim): The name borne by one of the (post-exilic) priestly courses (1Ch 24:8).