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- Machir or Makir (Hebrew: מָכִיר‎ Māḵîr, "bartered") was the name of two figures in the Hebrew Bible: Machir was the son of Man****eh, grandson of Joseph...
- Gilead as Machir's son, as originating in the priestly source, a do****ent written centuries after the early JE source, in which the Gilead and Machir tribal...
- Machir Bay is a small bay on the Western coast of the isle of Islay in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland. It is one of the features of the Rhinns of Islay...
- Jacob ben Machir ibn Tibbon (Hebrew: יעקב בן מכיר ׳ן תיבון‎), of the Ibn Tibbon family, also known as Prophatius. Provençal, Jewish astronomer; born, probably...
- Machir (Hebrew: מָכִיר‎ Makir) was the name of a tribal group mentioned in the Song of Deborah in Judges 5, where it is praised for fighting alongside...
- was Machir ben Abba Mari, but not even his country or the period in which he lived are definitively known. Moritz Steinschneider supposes that Machir lived...
- brother (Genesis 48:20). Man****eh had a son, Asriel, with his wife; and Machir with his Aramean concubine (1 Chronicles 7:14). Numbers 32:41 and Deuteronomy...
- Moshe ben Machir (or Moshe ben Yehudah haMachiri) was rabbi and kabbalist of Safed who lived in the 16th century. He is primarily known as the author of...
- tribe the Gilead group constituted is unclear, since a tribal group named Machir is given equal status to Gilead in the early biblical p****ages, as a separate...
- Machir ben Judah was a French Jewish scholar of the tenth and eleventh centuries, born at Metz, and brother of R. Gershom "the Light of the Exile" (Me'or...
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