beyond. (1.). The third post-duluvian patriach after Shem (Gen. 10:24; 11:14). He is regarded as the founder of the Hebrew race (10:21; Num. 24:24). In Luke 3:35 he is called Heber. (2.) One of the seven heads of the families of the Gadites (1 Chr. 5:13). (3.) The oldest of the three sons of Elpaal the Benjamite (8:12). (4.) One of the heads of the familes of Benjamites in Jerusalem (22). (5.) The head of the priestly family of Amok in the time of Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:20).
“Despite this, they never forgot their identity,” said eber.
Da is jes like apples in a tub—yo' shoves 'em under, an' up da pops, bright as eber.
Cicero, overtaken, by sleep while in jail, about to be slain by 'eber the wife of the Kenite.
And Sem the father of all ye childrẽ of eber and the eldest brother of Iapheth/ begat children also.
They in truth do not deny that "Arab became the teacher of eber."
See dar now, Miss Polly, did you eber know I had dat in my shop?
eber, the Hebrew patriarch, called his son Peleg, "for his days were divided."
Accompanied by his son-in-law Peucer, by eber, and several others, he departed for Worms.
Ef you eber needs a home, come to your Aunt Mollie Marston's.
An' she wuz studyin' 'bout Ben, w'at a fine-lookin' man he wuz, an' wond'rin' ef she'd eber see 'im any mo.'