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    Harim in Easton's Bible Dictionary flat-nosed. (1.) The head of the second course of priests (1 Chr. 24:8). (2.) Ezra 2:32, 39; Neh. 7:35, 42. (3.) Neh. 3:11. (4.) 12:3. (5.) 10:5

    Harim in Fausset's Bible Dictionary 1. 1 Chronicles 24:8. 2. CHILDREN OF Harim; 1017 came up with Zerubbabel from Babylon (Ezra 2:39; Ezra 10:21; Nehemiah 7:42; Nehemiah 10:5). 3. Rehum or Harim (by transposition of letters): Nehemiah 12:3; Nehemiah 12:15. 4. Ezra 2:32; Ezra 10:31; Nehemiah 7:35; Nehemiah 10:27.

    Harim in Hitchcock's Bible Names destroyed; dedicated to God

    Harim in Naves Topical Bible -1. A priest 1Ch 24:8 -2. An Israelite whose descendants returned from Babylon Ezr 2:32,39; 10:31; Ne 7:35,42 -3. The men who sealed the covenant Ne 10:5,27; 12:15

    Harim in Smiths Bible Dictionary (flat-nosed). 1. A priest who had charge of the third division in the house of God. 1Ch 24:8 (B.C. 1014.) 2. Bene-Harim, probably descendants of the above, to the number of 1017, came from Babylon with Zerubbabel. Ezr 2:39; Ne 7:42 (B.C. 536.) 3. It further occurs in a list of the families of priests "who went up with Zerubbabel and Jeshua," and of those who were their descendants in the next generation. Ne 12:16 4. Another family of Bene-Harim, 320 in number, came from the captivity in the same caravan. Ezr 2:82; Ne 7:35 (B.C. 536.) They also appear among those who had married foreign wives, Ezr 10:31 as well as those who sealed the covenant- Ne 10:27 (B.C. 410.)

    Harim in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE ha'-rim (charim): A family name. (1) A non-priestly family that returned from captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:32; Neh 7:35); mentioned among those who married foreign wives (Ezr 10:31); also mentioned among those who renewed the covenant (Neh 10:27). (2) A priestly family returning with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:39; Neh 7:42; 12:3,15 (see REHUM)); members of this family covenanted to put away their foreign wives (Ezr 10:21; Neh 10:5). A family of this name appears as the third of the priestly courses in the days of David and Solomon (1 Ch 24:8). (3) In Neh 3:11 is mentioned Malchijah, son of Harim, one of the wall-builders. Which family is here designated is uncertain. W. N. Stearns

    Harim in Wikipedia "Harim" redirects here. For the city in Syria, see Harem, Syria. Harim (Hebrew: חָרִם‎; "destroyed" or "dedicated to God") was the name of three Biblical patriarchs: Head of the third of twenty-four priestly divisions instituted by King David. (I Chr. 24:8 ) Head of a non-priestly family, with 320 members, which returned with Zerubbabel. (Ezr. 2:32 , Neh. 7:35 ) Eight members of this family were found to have married gentile women, whom they divorced. (Ezr. 10:31 ) Harim's son Malchijah was one of those who helped repair the walls of Jerusalem, including the Tower of the Furnaces. (Neh. 3:11 ) His seal was on the renewed covenant with God made by the Babylonian returnees. (Neh. 10:28 ) Head of a priestly family, with 1017 members, which returned with Zerubbabel. (Ezr. 2:39 , Neh. 7:42 ) Five members of this family were found to have married gentile women, whom they divorced. (Ezr. 10:21 ) His seal was also on the renewed covenant. (Neh. 10:6 ) The head of his family at the time of the return was Adna. (Neh. 12:152 )

    Harim Scripture - Ezra 10:21 And of the sons of Harim; Maaseiah, and Elijah, and Shemaiah, and Jehiel, and Uzziah.

    Harim Scripture - Ezra 10:31 And [of] the sons of Harim; Eliezer, Ishijah, Malchiah, Shemaiah, Shimeon,

    Harim Scripture - Nehemiah 3:11 Malchijah the son of Harim, and Hashub the son of Pahathmoab, repaired the other piece, and the tower of the furnaces.