Sa'car (Heb. Sacar', שָׂכָר, hire, as often; Sept Σαχάρ v.r.]Αχάρ, and Σαχιάρ in 1Ch 26:4), the name of two Israelites.

1. The father of Abiam, one of David's mighty men; he is called a Hararite (1Ch 11:35), and is the same man called SHARAR (q.v.) in 2Sa 23:33. B.C. ante 1020. See DAVID.

2. The fourth named of the eight sons of Obed-Edom (1Ch 26:4). B.C. cir. 1012.

Bible concordance for SACAR.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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