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Shobal
Generation No. 17

Shobal

Born: In the Land of Seir (Edom)

Father: Seir

 

Children:

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Notes for Alvan:

His name in Hebrew is: עלון ‘Alvân (al-vawn’) Strongs #5935; lofty.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:23 and Jash. 36:28. He is also known as “Alian” in I Chron. 1:40.

Notes for Manahath:

His name in Hebrew is: מנחת Mânachath (maw-nakh’-ath) Strong #4506; rest.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:23; I Chron. 1:40 and Jash. 36:28.

Notes for Ebal:

His name in Hebrew is: עיבל ‘Êybâl (ay-bawl’) Strongs #5858; to be bald, bare.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:23; I Chron. 1:40 and Jash. 36:28.

Notes for Shepho:

His name in Hebrew is: שפו Shephôw (shef-o’) Strongs #8195; baldness.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:23 and Jash. 36:28. In I Chron. 1:40 he is known as “Shephi.”

Notes for Onam:

His name in Hebrew is: אונם ‘Ôwnâm (o-nawm’) Strongs #208; strong.

Mentioned in Gen. 36:23; I Chron. 1:40 and Jash. 36:28.

Notes for Shobal:

His name in Hebrew is: שובל Shôwbâl (sho-bawl’) Stongs #7732; overflowing.

Nothing is known about Shobal individually, although he possibly helped Esau in going to battle against his brother Jacob.  All that Shobal got from that battle was an extremely terrifying experience as he and his brothers confronted a mysterious army that fought for Jacob.  (1)

Shobal is mentioned in Gen. 36:20 & 29; I Chron. 1:40 and Jash. 36:26 & 28.  In Gen. 36:29 he is known as a Duke.

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

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