a hole, as of a viper, etc. (1.) A son of Caleb (1 Chr. 2:19, 50; 4:1, 4; comp. 2 Chr. 1:5). (2.) The husband of Miriam, Moses' sister (Ex. 17:10-12). He was associated with Aaron in charge of the people when Moses was absent on Sinai (Ex. 24:14). He was probably of the tribe of Judah, and grandfather of Bezaleel (Ex. 31:2; 35:30; 1 Chr. 2:19). (3.) One of the five princes of Midian who were defeated and slain by the Israelites under the command of Phinehas (Num. 31:8).
A minority of Turks interviewed on the square in front of Hagia Sophia agreed with hur.
In the medallion beneath, he is shown with his hands stayed up by Aaron and hur, as described in Ex.
With these words hur turned his back upon Miriam and the warrior.
hur, his son, and grandson had accepted the invitation of Nun and Joshua.
Then he must set out with the tribes the next morning, hur replied, for Moses intended to join them on the way.
"hur peen schulemaister and parish-clerk in Glencleugh for forty year," replied Dugald.
Her hands groped vainly for some support, and with a loud cry she sank on her knees beside hur's token.
I remember of one time when the hounds was crossing my land, and I seen yourself and your sisther taking the hur'ls.
The men under hur's command also joined in the prayer and wherever Joshua appeared Ephraim's companions greeted him with cheers.
Then she had her hair arranged, donned the light-blue festal robe hur had given her, and hurried out to bid him farewell.