Zo'har (Heb. Tso'char, צֹחִר, light; Sept.. Σαάρ), the name of two or three men.
1. The father of Ephron the Hittite, from which latter Abraham purchased the cave of Machpelah (Ge 23:8; Ge 25:9). B.C. ante 2026.
2. Last named but one of the six sons of Simeon (Ge 46; Ge 10; Ex 6:15); elsewhere (1Ch 4:24) called ZERAIT SEE ZERAIT (q.v.).
3. A marginal reading in 1Ch 4:7 for JEZOAR (Heb. rather Yitschar', יצחר, which [as usual] takes the pointing of the Keri וַצַחִר and Zohar; the A.V. of 1611 has 'Zoar"), second named of the three sons of Helah of the tribe of Judah. B.C. post 1618.