Heber in Easton's Bible Dictionary
passing over. (1.) Son of Beriah and grandson of Asher (Gen.
46:17; 1 Chr. 7:31, 32).
(2.) The Kenite (Judg. 4:11, 17; 5:24), a descendant
His wife Jael received Sisera (q.v.) into her tent and
(3.) 1 Chr. 4:18.
(4.) A Benjamite (1 Chr. 8:17).
(5.) A Gadite (5:13). (See EBER -T0001119.)
Heber in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
EBER means "beyond."
1. The father of Peleg and ancestor of Abraham
(Genesis 10:24; Genesis 10:25); marking that Arphaxad's
descendants were now crossing over or beyond the great rivers
on their way to Mesopotamia and thence to Canaan. In Luke
3:35, Heber equates to Eber.
2. Nehemiah 12:20.
3. 1 Chronicles 5:13.
4. 1 Chronicles 8:12; 1 Chronicles 8:22. Abed or Obed
is substituted in Septuagint for 2, 3, 4.
Heber in Hitchcock's Bible Names
one that passes; anger
Heber in Naves Topical Bible
-1. Head of a family in the tribe of Gad
-2. A Benjamite
-3. A son of Beriah
Ge 46:17; Nu 26:45; 1Ch 7:31,32; Lu 3:35
-4. Husband of Jael
Jud 4:11,17,21; 5:24
-5. Son of Ezra
-6. A Benjamite
Heber in Smiths Bible Dictionary
1. Grandson of the patriarch Asher, Ge 46:17; Nu
26:45; 1Ch 7:31 from whom came the Heberites. Nu 26:45
2. The patriarch Eber. Lu 3:35 [EBER]
3. The father of Socho; a Judite. 1Ch 4:18
4. A Benjamite. 1Ch 8:17
5. A Benjamite. 1Ch 8:22
6. A Gadite. 1Ch 5:13
7. The husband of Jael, who slew Sisera by driving a
nail into his temple. Jud 4:21,22
Heber in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
he'-ber (chebher, "associate" or, possibly, "enchanter";
Eber): A name occurring several times in the Old Testament as
the name of an individual or of a clan.
(1) A member of the tribe of Asher and son of Beraiah (Gen
46:17; Nu 26:45; 1 Ch 7:31 f).
(2) A Kenite, husband of Jael, who deceptively slew Sisera,
captain of the army of Jabin, a Canaanite king (Jdg 4:17;
5:24). He had separated himself from the main body of the
Kenites, which accounts for his tent being near Kedesh, the
place of Sisera's disastrous battle (Jdg 4:11).
(3) Head of a clan of Judah, and son of Mered by his Jewish,
as distinguished from an Egyptian wife. He was father, or
founder, of Soco (1 Ch 4:18).
(4) A Benjamite, or clan or family of Elpaal belonging to
Benjamin (1 Ch 8:17).
(5) Heber, of our Lord's genealogy (Lk 3:35 the King James
Version), better, Eber.
So, the name "Eber," `ebher, in 1 Ch 5:13; 8:22, is not to be
confused with Heber, chebher, as in the foregoing passages.
Edward Bagby Pollard
Heber in Wikipedia
One of the Minor characters in the Book of Genesis
Heber the Kenite, mentioned in the Book of Judges 4:17 of the
Hebrew Bible as Jael's husband
"Heber" (Hebrew spelling עבר), found once in Luke in the New
Testament, referring to Eber of the Old Testament
Heber Scripture - 1 Chronicles 4:18
And his wife Jehudijah bare Jered the father of Gedor, and
Heber the father of Socho, and Jekuthiel the father of Zanoah.
And these [are] the sons of Bithiah the daughter of Pharaoh,
which Mered took.
Heber Scripture - Genesis 46:17
And the sons of Asher; Jimnah, and Ishuah, and Isui, and
Beriah, and Serah their sister: and the sons of Beriah; Heber,
Heber Scripture - Judges 5:24
Blessed above women shall Jael the wife of Heber the Kenite
be, blessed shall she be above women in the tent.