Ko're (Hebrew Kore', קוֹרֵא, but קֹרֵא in 1Ch 26:1, a partridge, as in 1Sa 26:20; Sept. Κορέ, but Κωρή v. r. Κορή in 2Ch 31:14), the name of two or three men. SEE KORAH.
1. A Levite and Temple-warden of the Korabites, of the sons of Asaph, and father of Meshelemiah or Shelemiah (1Ch 26:1). B.C. 1014. He was probably identical with the son of Ebiasaph and father of Shallum, Levites of the family of Korah, engaged in the same service (1Ch 9:19).
2. Son of Imnah, a Levitical porter of the east gate, appointed by Hezekiah to take charge of the Temple offerings (2Ch 31:14). B.C. 726.
3. By erroneous translation in the A.V. at 1Ch 26:19 for KORAHITE SEE KORAHITE (q.v.).