hire. (1.) One of David's heroes (1 Chr. 11:35); called also Sharar (2 Sam. 23:33). (2.) A son of Obed-edom the Gittite, and a temple porter (1 Chr. 26:4).
sachar had been watching the steady process of erasure with fast growing anger.
Ye are astute, sachar, but not astute enough to deceive old Lyga.
Now, followers of sachar,” he continued, “your leader is a prisoner.
And the glance of triumph which he flashed at sachar seemed to say that he was glad of it.
Thus, you and sachar, not she, will be responsible for what may happen.
On the other hand, sachar is, far and away, the most powerful and influential man in the kingdom.
But he expressed some doubt as to his ability to arrest sachar, who, he doubted not, had already found a secure hiding place.