1 Chron. 11:27 KJV (With Strong’s)

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δShammoth
Shammowth (Hebrew #8054)
ruins; Shammoth, an Israelite
KJV usage: Shamoth.
Pronounce: sham-moth'
Origin: plural of 8047
the ζHarorite
Harowriy (Hebrew #2033)
a Harorite or mountaineer
KJV usage: Harorite.
Pronounce: har-o-ree'
Origin: another form for 2043
, Helez
Chelets (Hebrew #2503)
from 2502; perhaps, strength; Chelets, the name of two Israelites
KJV usage: Helez.
Pronounce: kheh'-lets
Origin: or Chelets {khay'-lets
the ηPelonite
Plowniy (Hebrew #6397)
a Pelonite or inhabitant of an unknown Palon
KJV usage: Pelonite.
Pronounce: pel-o-nee'
Origin: patronymically from an unused name (from 6395) meaning separate
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Cross References

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Shammoth.Shammah, Shammoth, and as it is in ch. 27:8, Shamhuth, having all the same signification, appear to have been deemed perfectly interchangeable, and accordingly used indifferently.
Shammah the Harodite.
Harorite.The variation of [Harôwrîy ,] Harorite, for [Charôdîy ,] Harodite, arises from the mutation of [Rêysh,] {raish,} and [Dâleth,] {daleth.}Pelonite.
Paltite.

J. N. Darby Translation

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Shammoth the Harorite, Helez the Pelonite,