Zacchur or Zaocur

Zac'chur or Zao'cur (Heb. Zakkun', זִכּוּר, mind full; Sept. Ζακχούρ v.r. Ζακούρ 0r Ζακχώρ), the name of several Hebrews. SEE ZABBUD.

1. A Simeonite, son of Hamuel and father of i.e. Shimei whose posterity became numerous [1Ch 4:26, A. V. "Zacchur"). B.C. considerably ante 1612.

2. The father of Shimea, which latter was the Reubenite "spy" sent oat to explore Canaan the second time (Nu 13:4). B.C. ante 1618.

3. A Levite, third named of the four "sons of Merari by Jaaziah" (1Ch 24:27). B.C. 1043.

4. First named of the four sons of Asaph as Levitical musicians in the arrangement of David (1Ch 25:2,10; Ne 12:35). B.C. 1043.

5. Son of Imri and builder of part of the wall of Jerusalem under Nehemiah (Ne 3; Ne 2). B.C. 446. 6. Son of Mattaniah and father of the Hanan whom Nehemiah appointed to distribute the treasures (Ne 13:13). B.C. ante 410.

7. A Levite who signed the sacred covenant with Nehemiah (Ne 10:12). B.C. 410.

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