Joram


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Joram

(jō`rəm), in the Bible. 1, 2 Kings of Israel and Judah: see JehoramJehoram
or Joram
, in the Bible. 1 Son of Ahab, king of Israel (c.852–841 B.C.), brother and successor of Ahaziah (1.) He enlisted the support of Jehoshaphat of Judah to put down a revolt in Moab.
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 (1,) (2.) 3 Son of Toi, king of Hamath, sent to congratulate David on the defeat of Hadadezer. An alternate form is Hadoram.

Joram

suffered for abandoning God’s way. [O.T.: II Chronicles 21:15, 19]
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