Shaharaim

SHAHARAIM (shā'ha-rā'ĭm, Heb. shaḥărayim, double dawn). A Benjamite who, in the land of Moab, had three wives (Hushim, Baara, Hodesh) and nine sons, who became heads of families (1Chr.8.8-1Chr.8.11). The text of 1Chr.8.8 is uncertain.


SHAHARAIM shā’ ə rā’ əm (ְשַׁחֲרַ֗יִם). A descendant of Benjamin. He had three wives and nine sons (1 Chron 8:8).