Character Study on Jetur

Character Study on Jetur

Genesis 25: Hadar, and Tema, Jetur, Naphish, and Kedemah:
1 Chronicles 1: Jetur, Naphish, and Kedemah. These are the sons of Ishmael.
1 Chronicles 5: And they made war with the Hagarites, with Jetur, and Nephish, and Nodab.

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Jetur
(jee' tuhr) Personal name perhaps meaning, “he set in courses or layers.” A son of Ishmael and thus original ancestor of Arabian tribe or clan (Genesis 25:15 ). The clan was a part of the Hagerites, probably descendants of Hagar (1 Chronicles 5:19 ), who fought the East Jordan tribes. See Hagrites. Israel's victory illustrated the conviction that trust in God brought victory in war. See Ituraea .

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Jetur
Son of Ishmael. Genesis 25:15 ; 1 Chronicles 1:31 ; 1 Chronicles 5:19 . His descendants were defeated by the tribes who dwelt on the east of the Jordan. See ITURAEA.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Jetur
JETUR . See Ituræa.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Jetur
Order; succession; mountainous
Easton's Bible Dictionary - Jetur
An enclosure, one of the twelve sons of Ishmael (Genesis 25:15 ).

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Jetur
Genesis 25:15. Ituraea.

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Jetur - Jetur
Iturae'a - (land of Jether ), a small province on the northwestern border of Palestine, lying along the base of Mount Hermon, only mentioned in ( Luke 3:1 ) Jetur the son of Ishmael gave his name like the rest of his brethren, to the little province he colonized. At the place indicated is situated the modern province of Jedur , which is the Arabic form of the Hebrew Jetur
Ituraea - (iht yoo ree' uh) Place name meaning, “related to Jetur. Racially, the Ituraeans were of Ishmaelite stock; their origin probably should be traced to Jetur the son of Ishmael (Genesis 25:15 )
Nodab - The association of Nodab with Jetur and Naphish suggests its identification with Kedemah (Genesis 25:15 ; 1 Chronicles 1:31 )
Ituraea - Its name is derived from Jetur, son of Ishmael
Ituraea - Called from Jetur, Ishmael's son (Genesis 25:15-16). The tribe of Manasseh wrested it from the Hagrites (Ishmaelites), Jetur, Nephish, and Nodab, and "increased from Bashan unto Baal Hermon and Senir, and unto mount Hermon"; i
Nodab - The name of a tribe mentioned in 1 Chronicles 5:19 , along with Naphish and Jetur, as among the foes encountered and subdued by the Reubenites
Hagarenes - Jetur, Nephish, and Nodab, Hagarites, are mentioned as "delivered into their hand, and all that were with them: for they cried to God in the battle (and they were helped against them), and He was entreated of them; because they put their trust in Him
Ituraea - ITURÆA [the name is probably derived from Jetur , who is mentioned in Genesis 25:15 and 1 Chronicles 1:31 as a son of Ishmael], with Trachonitis, constituted the tetrarchy of Philip ( Luke 3:1 )
Bashan - of Hauran and Jaulan lies Jedur, the Ituraea of the New Testament; the country of Jetur, son of Ishmael; possibly once part of Og's kingdom of Bashan
Reuben - ) Seeking pastures for their flocks they dissipated their strength in guerrilla marauding expeditions toward Euphrates against the Bedouin tribes Hagar, Jetur, Nephish (1 Chronicles 5:9-10; 1 Chronicles 5:18, etc
Gad (1) - Their war, in concert with Reuben, against the Hagarites, with Jetur, Nephish, and Nodab, resulted in the defeat and utter spoiling of the Hagarites, and the dispossessing them of "their steads
Twelve - Jetur: an enclosure