he-ass, a Hivite from whom Jacob purchased the plot of ground in which Joseph was afterwards buried (Gen. 33:19). He is called "Emmor" in Acts 7:16. His son Shechem founded the city of that name which Simeon and Levi destroyed because of his crime in the matter of Dinah, Jacob's daughter (Gen. 34:20). Hamor and Shechem were also slain (ver. 26).
Therefore the house was cleared of all except the two Queens, who may never sequester themselves, and Mr. hamor began his palaver.
hamor seems to have thought this a small obstacle to his Governor's wishes.
Below Paspahegh a cockleshell of a boat carrying a great white sail overtook me, and I was hailed by young hamor.
There is a letter from Whitaker appended to hamor's Discourse.
In memory of this event, the hamor gate, through which the enemy had been admitted, was walled up in perpetuity.
Forthwith Powhatan ordered out all his people, except his two queens "that always sit by him," and bade hamor deliver his message.
hamor, the king, called upon Jacob to ask for the hand of his daughter in marriage to his son, Shechem.
When hamor went to visit King Powhatan, he was received with royal courtesy.
You may remember how it fared with hamor, and his son Shechem, and their people, to whom they propounded these base ends.
hamor, too, had a "particular patent" from the Company in England "which patent was burnt in the massacre."