Habakkuk is considered one of the Bible's twelve Minor Prophets.
Habakkuk 1:1, 3:1
Hachilah was the name of a hill in the southern portion of Judah's territory.
1Samuel 23:19, 26:1, 26:3
Hadad was the name of one of Ishmael's sons as well as of several kings of Edom.
Genesis 36:35 - 36, 1Kings 11:14 - 25, 1Chronicles 1:30 - 51
Hadad is help
2Samuel 8:3 - 12, 1Kings 11:23
Hadar was the name of an Edomite king.
Genesis 25:15, 36:39
Hadad is help
2Samuel 10:16 - 19, 1Chronicles 18:3 - 10, 19:16 - 19
Hadashah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Hadassah was the Jewish name of Queen Esther.
Hadattah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Sharp, a peak
Hadid was a city within the territory of the tribe of Benjamin.
Ezra 2:33, Nehemiah 7:37, 11:34
Genesis 10:27, 1Chronicles 1:21, 18:10, 2Chronicles 10:18
Hadrach was a city within ancient Syria.
Strong's #H1904, #G28
Agar is the KJV New Testament spelling of Hagar. Sarah, who at the time was barren, allowed her husband Abraham to have a child through her handmaid Hagar. The child produced was named Ishmael. Sarah would later be healed and give birth to Abraham's son Isaac.
Genesis 16, 21, 25:12, Galatians 4:24 - 25
Haggai is considered one of the twelve Old Testament Minor Prophets.
Ezra 5:1, 6:14, Haggai 1:1 - 13, 2:1 - 20
The Assyrians took many people captive when it attacked and finally conquered the Kingdom of Israel (northern ten tribes). The captives were resettled into various parts of the empire which included Halah, Habor, the river of Gozan and several Median towns. These places were located either between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers or east of the Tigris in Media.
2Kings 17:6, 18:11, 1Chronicles 5:26
Halak is the name of a mountain that designates the southern limit of Joshua's conquests in the Promised Land.
Joshua 11:17, 12:7
Hali was a city given to the tribe of Asher as an inheritance in the Promised Land.