Character Study on Simeonites

Character Study on Simeonites

Numbers 25: Now the name of the Israelite that was slain, even that was slain with the Midianitish woman, was Zimri, the son of Salu, a prince of a chief house among the Simeonites.
Numbers 26: These are the families of the Simeonites, twenty and two thousand and two hundred.
1 Chronicles 27: Furthermore over the tribes of Israel: the ruler of the Reubenites was Eliezer the son of Zichri: of the Simeonites, Shephatiah the son of Maachah:

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Simeonites
(ssihm' ee oh nitess) People of the tribe of Simeon, the second son of Jacob and Leah (Genesis 29:33 ).

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Simeonites
Descendants of Simeon, the son of Jacob. Numbers 25:14 ; Numbers 26:14 ; 1 Chronicles 27:16 .

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Jeshoha'Iah - (whom Jehovah casts down ), a chief of the Simeonites, descended from Shimei
Shelumiel - Son of Zurishaddai and a prince of the Simeonites
sa'lu - (weighed ), the father of Zimri the prince of the Simeonites who was slain by Phinehas
Salu - The father of a rebellious son called Zimri, a prince in the house of the Simeonites
Nemuel - Ancestor of a family of Simeonites, the Nemuelites (Numbers 26:12 ; 1 Chronicles 4:24 ); this Nemuel is also called Jemuel (Genesis 46:10 ; Exodus 6:15 ) 2
zi'za -
Son of Shiphi, a chief of the Simeonites in the reign of Hezekiah
Amalek - In Hezekiah's reign, the last remnant of Amalek in Edom was dispersed by the Simeonites (1 Chronicles 4:42-43)
Amalecites - To Saul and Samuel their extermination was a religious duty, which David took up and the Simeonites finished
ne-Ari'ah - ) ... A son of Ishi, and one of the captains of the 500 Simeonites who in the days of Hezekiah, drove out the Amalekites from Mount Seir
Allon - ... ... The son of Jedaiah, of the family of the Simeonites, who expelled the Hamites from the valley of Gedor (1 Chronicles 4:37 )
Hormah - The Simeonites repeopled it, Joshua 19:4 , and David sent them some of his spoils taken from the Amalekites, 1 Samuel 30:30
Pelatiah - One of the Simeonites dehystroying the remaining Amalekites at Mount Seir (1 Chronicles 4:42 )
Jakeh - Thus Agur and Lemuel are brothers (Proverbs 31:1), sons of the queen of Masse in Arabia, the region which he conjectures the Simeonites conquered in Hezekiah's time
Gedor - The district from which the Simeonites are said to have expelled the Hamite settlers ( 1 Chronicles 4:39 ff
Shephatiah - Son of Maachah and a chief of the Simeonites
Pelati'ah - ) ... One of the captains of the marauding band of Simeonites who in the reign of Hezekiah made an expedition to Mount Seir and smote the Amalekites
Elio-e'na-i - (1 Chronicles 3:23,24 ) ... Head of a family of the Simeonites
Asai'ah -
A prince of one of the families of the Simeonites in the reign of Hezekiah
Shephati'ah - ) ... Chief of the Simeonites in the reign of David
Lemuel - Not, as Hitzig guessed, elder brother to Agur, king of an Arab tribe in Massa, on the borders of Palestine, and both sprung from the Simeonites who drove out the Amalekites from Mount Seir under Hezekiah, as if Lemuel were an older form of Nemuel, or Jemuel, Simeon's oldest son
Ham - The Simeonites in searching for pasture for their flocks in the South came to a place where they of Ham had dwelt of old
Maon, Maonites - , the Maonites (called Meunim in this passage) were, in the reign of Hezekiah, driven out of their pasture land by the Simeonites
Sim'Eon - (Joshua 19:1-8 ; 1 Chronicles 4:28-33 ) Of these places, with the help of Judah, the Simeonites possessed themselves, (Judges 1:3,17 ) and there they were found, doubtless by Joab, residing in the reign of David. The only thing which can be interpreted into a trace of its having taken any part with the northern kingdom are the two casual notices of (2 Chronicles 15:9 ) and 2 Chronicles 34:6 Which appear to imply the presence of Simeonites there in the reigns of Asa and Josiah
Simeon - To the Simeonites was assigned the territory in the southwest, with a number of towns, which had been allotted to Judah
Amalekites - A remnant, however, escaped and subsided afterwards; David defeated them on several occasions, 1 Samuel 27:8 30:1 2 Samuel 8:12 ; and they were finally blotted out by the Simeonites, in the time of Hezekiah, 1 Chronicles 4:43 , thus fulfilling the prediction of Balaam, Numbers 24:20
Baal - ... ... The name of a place inhabited by the Simeonites, the same probably as Baal-ath-beer (1 Chronicles 4:33 ; Joshua 19:8 )
Maacah - The father of Shephatiah, the captain of the Simeonites ( 1 Chronicles 27:18 )
Beersheba - It was assigned to the tribe of Judah ( Joshua 15:28 ), but set apart for the Simeonites ( Joshua 19:2 )
Ham - Simeonites went to the eastern entrance of the valley of Gedor in quest of pasture, and dispossessed the previous inhabitants, being men "of Ham" (1 Chronicles 4:40)
Simeon - Though absorbed by Judah, the Simeonites continued to maintain their own genealogical records (1 Chronicles 4:24; 1 Chronicles 4:33; 1 Chronicles 12:24-25)
Amalek, Amalekites - there is a remarkable statement that a remnant of the Amalekites had escaped and dwelt in Edom, and that 500 Simeonites attacked and smote them
Rephidim - This unprovoked aggression of the Amalekites drew down upon them from the Lord the sentence of "war from generation to generation," between them and the Israelites, and of final extermination, which was commanded go be written or registered in a book, for a memorial to Joshua and his successors, the judges and kings of Israel, and was carried into execution by Saul, 1 Samuel 15:8 , by David, 1 Samuel 30:17 , and finally accomplished by the Simeonites in Hezekiah's reign, Exodus 17:8-13 ; Deuteronomy 25:17 ; 1 Chronicles 4:43
Simeon - , Simeonites advanced against Gedor and Mt
Simeon - The Simeonites "found the Μeunim " (not as KJV, 1 Chronicles 4:41, "habitations") there besides the Hamites (whether Egyptians, Cushites, or Canaanites). Five hundred Simeonites undertook a second expedition under four chiefs, sons of Shimei, against the remnant of Amalek that had escaped from Saul and David (1 Samuel 14:48; 1 Samuel 15:7; 2 Samuel 8:12) to the mountains of Idumea; they smote them utterly, and dwelt in their place, and were there at the date of the composition of 1 Chronicles, i
Jews, Judaism - Smaller tribal groups and clans within the tribal boundaries were in time absorbed into Judah—Kenites (Judges 1:16 ), Kenazzites (1:11-15), Simeonites (1:17), Jerahmeelites, and Othnielites
Israel - (2) A movement on the part of the tribe of Judah followed by the Simeonites, south-westward from Jericho into the hill-country about Bethlehem and Hebron