Joram in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE

jo'-ram (yoram, "Yahweh is exalted"; compare JEHORAM): (1) Son of Toi (or Tou, according to Septuagint, Codex Vaticanus, and 1 Ch 18:9,10), sent by his father to greet David (2 Sam 8:10) = "Hadoram" (1 Ch 18:9,10) a form preferred by commentators in 2 Sam also. (2) Same as Jehoram, king of Judah (2 Ki 8:21-24; 11:2; 1 Ch 3:11; Mt 1:8 Ioram). (3) Same as Jehoram, king of Northern Israel (2 Ki 8:29; compare 2 Ki 9:15 the Revised Version margin). (4) (In form yoram): A Levite (1 Ch 26:25). (5) (Ioram, 1 Esdras 1:9) = "Jozabad" (2 Ch 35:9); see JOZABAD (4).

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