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The meaning of Zibeon in the Bible
(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)

zib'-e-on (tsibh'on, "hyena"; HPN, 95; Sebegon): A Horite chief (Genesis 36:2, Genesis 36:14, Genesis 36:20, Genesis 36:24, Genesis 36:29; I Chronicles 1:38, I Chronicles 1:40); he is called the "Hivite" in Genesis 36:2 where "Horite" should be read with Genesis 36:20, Genesis 36:29. In Genesis 36:2, Genesis 36:14 Anah is said to be "the daughter of Zibeon," whereas the Septuagint, the Samaritan Pentateuch, the Syriac, and Lucian have "the son of Zibeon"; compare I Chronicles 1:38, I Chronicles 1:40, where also Anah is Zibeon's son.


See more on the meaning of Zibeon in the Bible:
Zibeon {Easton's Bible Dictionary}
Zibeon {Hitchcock's Bible Name}

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