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Old Testament Hebrew Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3088 - יְהוֹרָם
Jehoram or Joram = “Jehovah is exalted”
1) son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and himself king of Judah for 8 years; his wife was the wicked Athaliah who was probably the instigator for his returning the nation of Judah to the worship of Baal
2) son of king Ahab of the northern kingdom of Israel and king of Israel himself for 12 years; he was murdered by Jehu on the plot of land for which his father had murdered Naboth thus fulfilling the prophecy of Elijah to the very letter
3) a priest in the reign of Jehoshaphat
יְהוֹרָם (“Jehovah is exalted,” [“whom Jehovah upholds”]), Jehoram, or Joram, pr.n.
(1) of a king of Judah, from the year 891-884 B. C., son of Jehoshaphat, -2 Ki. 8:1624.
(2) of a king of Israel, from the year 896-884 B. C., the son of Ahab. The name of both is also spelled contractedly יוֹרָם.
the Week of Proper 8 / Ordinary 13