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Hadoram (hədō`rəm), in the Bible. 1 The same as JoramJoram
, in the Bible. 1, 2 Kings of Israel and Judah: see Jehoram (1,) (2.) 3 Son of Toi, king of Hamath, sent to congratulate David on the defeat of Hadadezer. An alternate form is Hadoram.
..... Click the link for more information. (3.) 2 Descendant of Eber. 3 The same as AdoniramAdoniram
, in the Bible, tax overseer. It also appears as Adoram and Hadoram.
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The skillful color plates in field-guide style are by Eustace Barnes, and the color photographs are provided by Hadoram
Shirihai (from the Photographic Handbook to Birds of the World).
: Derived from hadar [glory] and often describing the glory of God.
Israeli expert Hadoram
Shirihai photographed more than 30 Beck's petrels off Papua New Guinea.
Title: The Complete Guide to Antarctic Wildlife : Birds and Marine Mammals of the Antarctic Continent and the Southern OceanAuthor: Hadoram
ShirihaiPublished by: Princeton University Press (Alula Press Oy in the European Union)ISBN: 0-691-11414-5Price: USD49.50Reviewer: Ann Sundqvist
The name of the son of Toi, king of Hamath, is transmitted as Joram in 2 Sam 8:10, but as Hadoram
in 1 Chron 18:10.