H3103 יובב - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


יובב
yôbâb
yo-bawb'
From H2980; howler; Jobab, the name of two Israelites and of three foreigners

KJV Usage: Jobab.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB3393
BDB3491

יובב
Jobab = "a desert"
1. the last in order of the sons of Joktan, a descendant of Shem
2. one of the kings of Edom
3. the king of Madon, located in northern Canaan, and one of the kings who opposed Joshua during the conquest and who were routed at Meron
4. head of a Benjamite house
5. another Benjamite
Origin: from H2980
TWOT: howler
Parts of Speech: Neuter

TBESH:
יוֹבָב
yo.vav
N:N-M-P
Jobab
Jobab = "a desert"
1) the last in order of the sons of Joktan, a descendant of Shem
2) one of the kings of Edom
3) the king of Madon, located in northern Canaan, and one of the kings who opposed Joshua during the conquest and who were routed at Meron
4) head of a Benjamite house
5) another Benjamite

View how H3103 יובב is used in the Bible

9 occurrences of H3103 יובב

Genesis 10:29 and Jobab:
Genesis 36:33 and Jobab
Genesis 36:34 And Jobab
Joshua 11:1 to Jobab
1 Chronicles 1:23 and Jobab.
1 Chronicles 1:44 Jobab
1 Chronicles 1:45 And when Jobab
1 Chronicles 8:9 Jobab,
1 Chronicles 8:18 and Jobab,

Distinct usage

2 and Jobab
1 and Jobab:
1 to Jobab
1 and Jobab.
1 Jobab
1 And when Jobab
1 Jobab,
1 and Jobab,


Related words

H3103 יובב

H3102 יוב yôb
יוב
yôb
yobe
Perhaps a form of H3103, but more probably by erroneous transcription for H3437; Job, an Israelite

KJV Usage: Job.


H2980 יבב yâbab

יבב
yâbab
yaw-bab
A primitive root; to bawl

KJV Usage: cry out.


H2932 טמאה ṭûm'âh
טמאה
ṭûm'âh
toom-aw'
From H2980; religious impurity

KJV Usage: filthiness, unclean (-ness).