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Dishon
Generation No. 17

Dishon

Born: In the Land of Seir (Edom)

Father: Seir

 

Children:

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Notes for Hemdan:

His name in Hebrew is: חמדן Chemdân (khem-dawn’) Strongs #2533; pleasant.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:26 and Jash. 36:36. In I Chron. 1:41, he is known as “Amran.”

Notes for Eshban:

His name in Hebrew is: אשבן ‘Eshbân (esh-bawn’) Strongs #790; vigorous.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:36; I Chron. 1:41 and Jash. 36:36.

Notes for Ithran:

His name in Hebrew is: יתרן Yithrân (yith-rawn’) Strongs #3506; excellent.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:36; I Chron. 1:41 and Jash. 36:36.

Notes for Cheran:

His name in Hebrew is: כרן Kerân (ker-awn’) Strongs #3763.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:36; I Chron. 1:41 and Jash. 36:36.

Notes for Dishon:

His name in Hebrew is: דישן  dîyshôn (dee-shone’) Strongs #1788; the leaper, i.e. an antelope.

He is known as “Dishan” only once in Jasher (1), but since his name is similar to his brother, it only brings confusion.  He is also mentioned in Gen. 36:21.

Nothing is known about Dishon individually, although he possibly helped Esau in going to battle against his brother Jacob.  All that Dishon got from that battle was an extremely terrifying experience as he and his brothers confronted a mysterious army that fought for Jacob.  (2)

In Gen. 36:30, he is known as a Duke.

(Seir, Hur, Hivi, Canaan, Ham, Noah, ...)

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