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Becher

Becher (bē´kər), in the Bible. 1 Son of Benjamin. In First Chronicles "his first-born" should perhaps be read "Becher" ; cf. Bocheru. See Bichri. 2 Son of Ephraim. His descendants are called Bachrites. He also appears as Bered.

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Bocheru

Bocheru (bŏk´ərōō), in the Bible, descendant of Saul. Perhaps the name should be translated "first-born" ; see Becher1.

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