Ho'ri (Heb. Chori', חֹרַי or חוֹרַי, prob. a "troglodyte," or dweller in a cave, חֹל, otherwise an auger; Sept. Χοῤῥοί, Οὐρί, and Χοῤῥέ; Vulg. Hori and Hurt), the name of two men.
1. A son of Lotan and grandson of Seir, of the aboriginal inhabitants of Idumaea (Ge 36:12; 1Ch 1:39). B.C. cir. 1964.
2. The father of Shaphat, which latter was the commissioner of the tribe of Simeon sent by Moses to explore the land of Canaan (Nu 13:5). B.C. ante 1657.
3. (Ge 36:30.) SEE HORITE.