Hu'sham (Heb. Chusham', חוּשָׁם, but defectively חֻשָׁם in Ge 36:34-35, hasty; Sept. Α᾿σώμ and Α᾿σόμ), a Temanite, successor of Jobab and predecessor of Bedad among the native princes of Mount Seir before the usurpation of the Edomites (Ge 36:34-35; 1Ch 1:45). B.C. long ante 1093, and probably ante 1618.
⇒Bible concordance for HUSHAM.