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1 Chronicles 2:4 NLT

4 Later Judah had twin sons from Tamar, his widowed daughter-in-law. Their names were Perez and Zerah. So Judah had five sons in all.

Study tools for 1 Chronicles 2:4

  • a 2:1 - Israel is the name that God gave to Jacob.
  • b 2:6 - As in many Hebrew manuscripts, some Greek manuscripts, and Syriac version (see also 1 Kgs 4:31 ); Hebrew reads Dara.
  • c 2:7 - Hebrew Achar; compare Josh 7:1 . Achar means “disaster.”
  • d 2:7 - The Hebrew term used here refers to the complete consecration of things or people to the, either by destroying them or by giving them as an offering.
  • e 2:9 - Hebrew Kelubai, a variant spelling of Caleb; compare 2:18 .
  • f 2:11 - As in Greek version (see also Ruth 4:20 ); Hebrew reads Salma.
  • g 2:18 - Or Caleb had a daughter named Jerioth from his wife, Azubah. The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain.
  • h 2:19 - Hebrew Ephrath, a variant spelling of Ephrathah; compare 2:50 and 4:4 .
  • i 2:23 - Or captured Havvoth-jair.
  • j 2:24 - Or the founder of; also in 2:42, 45, 49 .
  • k 2:42 - Or who founded Hebron. The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain.
  • l 2:55 - Or the founder of Beth-recab.