a gift, or in evil. (1.) One of Asher's four sons, and father of Heber (Gen. 46:17). (2.) A son of Ephraim (1 Chr. 7:20-23), born after the slaughter of his brothers, and so called by his father "because it went evil with his house" at that time. (3.) A Benjamite who with his brother Shema founded Ajalon and expelled the Gittites (1 Chr. 8:13).
When I turned around, there was beriah watching 'em too, and he was smiling for the first time that morning.
I'm afraid that any minute beriah Bungel will want to take her—arrest her.
We had come to the edge of the grove bordering beriah Holt's pasture.
beriah's bad enough when he's got nothin' the matter with him but dyspepsy.
Bought a ticket and all, so's to throw beriah off the scent.
I found beriah at the weather-shanty about an hour afterwards with his head on his arms.
"beriah Sellers, Missouri," was the courteous acknowledgment that the lawyer was correct.
"Won't be no good, cap'n," sniffed beriah Salters dolefully.
beriah Holt says he see you and the Colton girl come out of the woods back of his place one afternoon a spell ago.
But beriah, you've been expecting it every day, all along, haven't you?