There were other hivites, who are mentioned by Moses among the children of Canaan.
The people who show tourists the seven churches of Glendenlough, say they are Hittites and hivites.
And there was no city which surrendered peacefully to the Hebrews except that of the hivites of Gibeon.
The hivites, sure that otherwise their turn would come next, resolved to make peace with Israel before they were attacked.
Intermarriages made their position safer, and they intermarried with Amorites, hivites, Perizzites.
The story of the dragon he deduces from the Hevi, or hivites; the same people as the Cadmonites.
As they were particularly styled Ophit, or hivites, many places whither they came, were said to swarm with serpents.
I have shewn that they settled at Rhodes, where they were called Ophites, or hivites.
one of the original tribes scattered over Palestine, from Hermon to Gibeon in the south. The name is interpreted as "midlanders" or "villagers" (Gen. 10:17; 1 Chr. 1:15). They were probably a branch of the Hittites. At the time of Jacob's return to Canaan, Hamor the Hivite was the "prince of the land" (Gen. 24:2-28). They are next mentioned during the Conquest (Josh. 9:7; 11:19). They principally inhabited the northern confines of Western Palestine (Josh. 11:3; Judg. 3:3). A remnant of them still existed in the time of Solomon (1 Kings 9:20).