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    Jared in Easton's Bible Dictionary descent. (1.) The fourth antediluvian patriarch in descent from Seth (Gen. 5:15-20; Luke 3:37), the father of Enoch; called Jered in 1 Chr. 1:2. (2.) A son of Ezra probably (1 Chr. 4:18).

    Jared in Hitchcock's Bible Names a ruling; commanding; coming down

    Jared in Naves Topical Bible -1. Also called JERED A descendant of Seth Ge 5:15,16,18,19,20; 1Ch 1:2 -2. An ancestor of Jesus Lu 3:37

    Jared in Smiths Bible Dictionary (descent), one of the antediluvian patriarchs, and further of Enoch Ge 5:15,16,18-20; Lu 3:37 In the lists of Chronicles the name is given in the Authorized Version JERED.

    Jared in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE ja'-red (yeredh, "descent"; pausal form, yaredh, in Gen 5:15; 1 Ch 1:2, hence, English Versions of the Bible "Jared" for "Jered"; Iared): In Gen 5:15-20; 1 Ch 1:2; Lk 3:37, son of Mahalaleel and father of Enoch. The King James Version has "Jered" in 1 Ch 1:2. The name is supposed by Budde to denote a degeneration of the human race, the first five generations being righteous, their successors not, except Enoch and Noah. The name has been identified with that of Irad (iradh), Gen 4:18. See Skinner, Gen, 117, 129, 131.

    Jared in Wikipedia is a proper name that is a very common first name (in various Western countries) of Biblical derivation, etymologically from the Hebrew language, and one of the names by which Moses was known. Translated it means "descent" derived from Miriam who had "descended to the Nile" to find out what happened to her brother. In the Hebrew it is written ירד / יֶרֶד / יָרֶד, pronounced yĕ\yā́-rĕḏ. When transliterated into the English language, variations include Jared / Jarred / Jarrad / Jaryd / Jarod / Jered /Jeredd /Jeryd / Jerad / Jerrad / Jurd / Jerid (among other variations), being generally pronounced as dʒĕ- rĕd\rəd; according to classic Biblical pronunciation (denoted by syllabic stress accenting) it can be rendered dʒā\dʒē-rĕd. The name can be phonetically transcribed from Hebrew to English as Yared(h) / Yered(h) / Yored (h). Jared is a typical Hebrew name that is very common across the Western world. The dead sea scrolls also have records of the name "Yah-rod" meaning "the perpetual leader"...

    Jared Scripture - Genesis 5:16 And Mahalaleel lived after he begat Jared eight hundred and thirty years, and begat sons and daughters:

    Jared Scripture - Genesis 5:18 And Jared lived an hundred sixty and two years, and he begat Enoch:

    Jared Scripture - Genesis 5:19 And Jared lived after he begat Enoch eight hundred years, and begat sons and daughters: