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 King James 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.
Ham was one of Noah's three sons who, along with their wives, survived the flood in the Ark. Ham is also the name of the land he and his descendants inhabited. Additionally, it is also the location where Chedorlaomer and his allied forces smote the Zuzims.
Genesis 5:32, 6:10, 7:13, 9:18 - 22, 10:1 - 20, 14:5, 1Chronicles 1:4 - 8, 4:40, Psalm 78:51, 105:23, 27, 106:22
Haman, Prime Minister of the Persia Empire, sought to exterminate all the Jews during the reign of King Ahasuerus (Xerxes I the Great).
Esther 3 - 9
Hamath was a city located in ancient Syria.
Numbers 13:21, 34:8, Joshua 13:5, Judges 3:3, 2Samuel 8:9, 1Kings 8:65, 2Kings 8:65, 14:25, 28, 17:24, 30, 18:34, 19:13, 23:33, 25:21, etc.
Fortress of Zobah
Hamathzobah was a city in Syria conquered by King Solomon.
Hammath was a city located within tribe of Naphtali territory.
Hammon was a city given to the tribe of Asher as an inheritance in the Promised Land. Another city named Hammon, this one given to the Levites, was also assinged to the tribe of Naphtali.
Joshua 19:28, 1Chronicles 6:76
Hot springs of Dor
Hammothdor was a Levitical city in tribe of Naphtali territory.
Grace has fled
Hanes was the name of an Egyptian city at time of Isaiah the prophet.
Hannah, who was childless, prayed for a child and her prayer was answered. She gave birth to Samuel and dedicated him to serving God.
1Samuel 1:2 - 22, 2:1, 22
2Samuel 10:1 - 4, 1Chronicles 19:2 - 6, Nehemiah 3:13, 30
Double pit, two pits
Hapharaim was a city given to the tribe of Isaachar as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Mountain land, mountainousness
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, Hara, the river of Gozan and several Median towns. These places were located between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers or east of the Tigris in Media.
Haradah was one of the many places the children of Israel camped after they left Egyptian bondage.
Numbers 33:24 - 25
Hareth was a forest area where King David hid from the wrath of King Saul.
Fountain of trembling, spring of Herod
Harod was the name of a well where Gideon and his army stayed before they attacked the Midianites.
Hamlets (villages) of Jair
Havothjair was a set of villages, east of the Jordan River, conquered by a man named Jair from the tribe of Manasseh.
Numbers 32:41, Judges 10:4
God has seen
Hazael was anointed king over Syria by Elijah the prophet.
1Kings 19:15 - 17, 2Kings 8:8 - 29, 9:14 - 15, 10:32, 12:17 - 18, 13:3 - 25, 2Chronicles 22:5 - 6, Amos 1:4
Enclosure of glory, village of Addar
Hazaraddar was the name of one the cities defining the southern border of the land given to ancient Israel by God.
Village of fountains (springs)
Hazarenan marked the northeastern border of the Promised Land God gave to Israel.
Numbers 34:9 - 10, Ezekiel 47:17, 48:1
Village of (good) fortune
Hazargaddah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Village of the middle, middle court
Hazarhatticon is one of the northern border cities that will define the new territory Israel is prophecied to inhabit in the near future.
Village of death
Hazarmaveth was the son of Jokthan and a descendant of Shem who survived the great flood.
Genesis 10:26, 1Chronicles 1:20
Jackal village, village of the fox
Hazarshual was a city given to the tribe of Simeon as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Joshua 15:28, 19:3, 1Chronicles 4:28, Nehemiah 11:27
Horse village, village of cavalry
Hazarsusah was a city given to the tribe of Simeon as an inheritance.
Hazeroth was one of the places the children of Israel camped after leaving Egyptian bondage.
Numbers 11:35, 12:16, 33:17 - 18, Deuteronomy 1:1
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Comrade, community, the region beyond
Strong's #H2268, #G1443
Genesis 46:17, Numbers 26:45, Judges 4:11 - 21, 5:24, 1Chronicles 4:18, 5:13, 7:31 - 32, 8:17, 22, Luke 3:35
Helam, located in ancient Syria, was where King David defeated the army of Hadadezer.
2Samuel 10:16 - 17
Although the tribe of Asher was given the city of Helbah as an inheritance, they were unable to drive the inhabitants out of it.
Helbon was known for its wine trade, especially with Tyre.
Heleph was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Heli, according to Luke, was Joseph's father. Joseph would grow up to become the husband of Mary and Jesus' stepfather.
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Helkath was a Levitical city within the tribe of Asher's territory.
Joshua 19:25, 21:31
Smoothness of the rocks, field of swords
Helkathhazzurim was a place near the pool of Gibeon where some of King Ishbosheth's men played a game, to the death, with some of Kind David's men.
The sun, shining
Mount Heres was located near the city of Aijalon in territory given to the tribe of Dan as an inheritance.
Hermas is one of the many Christians in Rome greeted by the Apostle Paul in the last chapter of Romans.
Herald of the Gods, Mercury
Hermes was a Rome-based Christian greeted in the book of Romans by the Apostle Paul.
Born of Hermes, lucky born, born of Mercury
Hermogenes and Phygellus were two people from Asia who turned away from Paul. He conveyed their rejection to his close friend Timothy while he waited for his martyrdom in Rome.
Heroic, a hero
The New Testament mentions seven different Herods. They are Herod the Great, Herod Agrippa I, Herod Agrippa II, Herod Antipas, (Herod) Archelaus, Herod II (Herod Philip I) and Herod Philip II (also known as Herod Philip or Philip the tetrarch). Please see the below links for information on each one.
Matthew 2, 14, Mark 6, 8:15, Luke 1:5, 3:1, 19, 8:3, 9:7, 9, 13:31, 23:7 - 15, Acts 4:27, 12:1 - 21, 13:1, 23:35
Herodias was the granddaughter of Herod the Great.
Matthew 14:3, 6, Mark 6:17, 19, 22, Luke 3:19
Herodion is one of the many Christians greeted in the book of Romans. Evidence suggests Herodion may have been one of Paul's distant relatives.
Heshbon was a Levitical city within the tribe of Reuben's inheritance in the Promised Land. The city was on the major north-south route, east of the Jordan River, called the King's Highway.
Numbers 21:25 - 34, 32:3, 37, Deuteronomy 1:4, 2:24, 26, 30, 3:2, 6, 4:46, 29:7, Joshua 9:10, 12:2, 5, 13:10, 17, 21, 26 - 27, 21:39, Judges 11:19, 26, etc.
Rich soil, opulent
Heshmon was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Genesis 10:15, 23:3 - 20, 25:10, 27:46, 49:32, 1Chronicles 1:13
Hiding place, enswathed
Hethlon is one of the new northern boundaries prophecied for Israel when its given a new land inheritance by God.
Ezekiel 47:15, 48:1
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Noble born, whiteness
In reference to the king of Tyre, Huram is the King James Old Testament spelling of Hiram.
1Chronicles 8:5, 2Chronicles 2:3 - 13, 4:11 - 16, 8:2, 18, 9:10, 21
Descendant of Heth
Hittite is the name of the nation that descended from Heth who was Canaan's second son.
Genesis 23:10, 25:9, 26:34, 36:2, 46:29 - 30, 50:13, Exodus 23:28, etc.
Exodus 3:8, 17, 13:5, 23:23, Deuteronomy 7:1, 20:17, Joshua 3:10, 9:7, 11:19, 12:8, 24:11, Judges 3:3, 5, 2Samuel 24:7, 1Kings 9:20, 2Chronicles 8:7
Abraham and his forces fight and defeat Chedorlaomer in the Bible's first battle. He then pursues the retreating enemy to Hobah.
Holon was a Levitical city within the tribe of Judah's inheritance in the Promised Land. A Moabite city is also named Holon.
Joshua 15:51, 21:15, Jeremiah 48:21
Horam was the king of Gezer at the time of Joshua.
Horem was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Hole of the cleft, cavern of Gidgad
One of the locations the children of Israel camped as they wandered the wilderness.
Numbers 33:32 - 33
God helped the Edomites destroy the Horims in Seir so that they could settle in their land.
Deuteronomy 2:12, 22
Two caves, double cave town
Horonaim was a town located within the land of Moab.
Isaiah 15:5, Jeremiah 48:3, 5, 34
Hosea is considered one of the twelve Old Testament Minor Prophets.
Hosea 1:1 - 2
Hukkok was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Low, place of lizards
Humtah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Exodus 17:10 - 12, 24:14, 31:2, 35:30, 38:22, Numbers 31:8, Joshua 13:21, 1Kings 4:8, 1Chronicles 2:19 - 50, 4:1 - 4, 2Chronicles 1:5, Nehemiah 3:9
Belonging to marriage
Hymenseus was an Ephesian Christian the Apostle Paul "turned over to Satan" so that he would repent (1Timothy 1:20, see also 1Corinthians 5:5). Hymenseus had shipwrecked his faith through the rejection of his conscience. Please see listing under people connected to Apostle Paul.
1Timothy 1:20, 2Timothy 2:17 - 18