Ho'ham (Heb. Hoham', הוֹהָם, prob. for יהוֹהָם, whom Jehovah impels or confounds; Sept. Αἰλάμ, Vulgate Oham), the king of Hebron, who joined the league against Gibeon, but was overthrown in battle by Joshua and slain after being captured in the cave at Makkedah (Jos 10:3). B.C. 1618.

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See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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