surplus; excellence. (1.) Father-in-law of Moses (Ex. 4:18 marg.), called elsewhere Jethro (q.v.). (2.) The oldest of Gideon’s seventy sons (Judg. 8:20). (3.) The father of Amasa, David’s general (1 Kings 2:5, 32); called Ithra (2 Sam. 17:25). (4.) 1 Chr. 7:38. (5.) 1 Chr. 2:32; one of Judah’s posterity. (6.) 1 Chr. 4:17.
a peg, or a prince, one of the Edomitish kings of Mount Seir (Gen. 36:40).
suspended; high, a city on the borders of Dan (Josh. 19:42).
[jet-hop] /ˈdʒɛtˌhɒp/ verb (used without object), jet-hopped, jet-hopping. 1. to travel by jet plane, especially to travel to a series of destinations on one trip.
[jeth-roh] /ˈdʒɛθ roʊ/ noun 1. the father-in-law of Moses. Ex. 3:1. 2. a male given name. /ˈdʒɛθrəʊ/ noun 1. (Old Testament) a Midianite priest, the father-in-law of Moses (Exodus 3:1; 4:18) masc. proper name, biblical father-in-law of Moses, from Hebrew Yithro, collateral form of Yether, literally “abundance,” from base y-t-r “to be left over, to […]