a-hi'-ra ('achira`, "brother of evil," or, "my brother is evil"):
A man of Naphtali, contemporary with Moses. He is five times mentioned as the son of Enan. He was the representative of his tribe who assisted Moses in the census (Numbers 1:15). He was the hereditary "prince" of the tribe; he made the tribal offering (Numbers 2:29; 7:78; compare Numbers 7:83), and was commander of the tribal host when on the march (Numbers 10:27).
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