Eshbaal in Easton's Bible Dictionary
man of Baal, the fourth son of king Saul (1 Chr. 8:33; 9:39).
is also called Ish-bosheth (q.v.), 2 Sam. 2:8.
Eshbaal in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
("Baal's man".) Saul's youngest son (1 Chronicles 8:33; 1
Chronicles 9:39); Bosheth ("shame") being substituted for Baal
through the believing Israelites' contempt of idols,
Ishbosheth is its equivalent (Isaiah 44:9, etc.; Hosea 9:10),
Eshbaal in Hitchcock's Bible Names
the fire of the idol
Eshbaal in Naves Topical Bible
Eshbaal in Smiths Bible Dictionary
(Baal's man), 1Ch 8:33; 9:39 the same as Ish-bosheth.
Eshbaal in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
Eshbaal in Wikipedia
Ish-bosheth (אִֽישְׁבֹּ֫שֶׁת; Standard: Ishbóshet; Tiberian: ʼÎbṓeṯ)
also called Eshbaal (אֶשְׁבַּ֫עַל; Standard: Eshbáʻal; Tiberian:
ʼEbáʻal), Ashbaal or Ishbaal, appears in the Hebrew Bible. He
was born in c. 1047 BC and was one of the four sons of King
Saul with Ahinoam, daughter of Ahimaaz. Ish-bosheth was chosen
as the second king over the Kingdom of Israel, which then
consisted of all the twelve tribes of the Israelites, after
the death of his father and three brothers at the Battle of
Eshbaal Scripture - 1 Chronicles 8:33
And Ner begat Kish, and Kish begat Saul, and Saul begat
Jonathan, and Malchishua, and Abinadab, and Eshbaal.