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    Shuah in Easton's Bible Dictionary prostration; a pit. (1.) One of Abraham's sons by Keturah (Gen. 25:2; Chr. 1:32). (2.) 1 Chr. 4:11.

    Shuah in Fausset's Bible Dictionary 1. Genesis 25:2. 2. Brother of Chelub (1 Chronicles 4:11). Ten of DeRossi' s and Kennicott's manuscripts read "Shuah son of Chelub," another form of Caleb, the addition distinguishing him from Caleb, son of Hezron, and from Caleb the son of Jephunneh.

    Shuah in Hitchcock's Bible Names ditch; swimming; humiliation

    Shuah in Naves Topical Bible -1. Son of Abraham by his wife (concubine), Keturah Ge 25:2; 1Ch 1:32 -2. Brother of Chelub 1Ch 4:11

    Shuah in Smiths Bible Dictionary (wealth). 1. Son of Abraham by Keturah. Ge 25:2; 1Ch 1:32.) (B.C. before 1820.) 2. Properly Shuchah brother of Chelub. 1Ch 4:11 3. The father of Judah's wife, Ge 38:2,12 called also Shua in the Authorized Version. (B.C. before 1725.)

    Shuah in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE shoo'-a: (1) (shua` "prosperity"): A Canaanite whose daughter Judah took to wife (Gen 38:2,12; 1 Ch 2:3). See BATHSHUA. (2) (shu`-a'', "prosperity"): Daughter of Heber, an Asherite (1 Ch 7:32). (3) (shuach, "depression"): A son of Keturah by Abraham (Gen 25:2; 1 Ch 1:32), and his posterity. See BILDAD. (4) A brother of Caleb (1 Ch 4:11). See SHUHAH.

    Shuah in Wikipedia Shuah (Hebrew: שוח "ditch; swimming; humiliation"[1]), also known as Sous,[2] was, according to the Bible, the sixth son of Abraham, the patriarch of the Israelites, and Keturah whom he wed after the death of Sarah.[3][4] He was the youngest of Keturah's sons; the others were Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, and Ishbak.[3] Josephus writes of the brothers that "Abraham contrived to settle them in colonies; and they took possession of Troglodytis[5], and the country of Arabia the Happy, as far as it reaches to the Red Sea."[2] In all probability, Abraham tried to keep them apart from Isaac to avoid conflict while fulfilling God's commission to spread out and inhabit the globe.[6][7] But unlike his brothers, Shuah seems to have turned northward and travelled into northern Mesopotamia, in what is now the northern region of modern day Syria. As evidenced by cuneiform texts, the land seems to have been named after him, being known as the land of Schu which lies to the south of ancient Hittite capital of Carchemish on the Euphrates river.[8] The Bible also records that the character Job had a friend who was a Shuhite.[9]

    Shuah Scripture - 1 Chronicles 1:32 Now the sons of Keturah, Abraham's concubine: she bare Zimran, and Jokshan, and Medan, and Midian, and Ishbak, and Shuah. And the sons of Jokshan; Sheba, and Dedan.

    Shuah Scripture - Genesis 25:2 And she bare him Zimran, and Jokshan, and Medan, and Midian, and Ishbak, and Shuah.

    Shuah Scripture - Genesis 38:12 And in process of time the daughter of Shuah Judah's wife died; and Judah was comforted, and went up unto his sheepshearers to Timnath, he and his friend Hirah the Adullamite.