Word Summary
Hadad: three Edomites
Original Word: הֲדַד
Transliteration: Hadad
Phonetic Spelling: (had-ad')
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Short Definition: three Edomites
Meaning: Hadad -- three Edomites
Strong's Concordance

Probably of foreign origin (compare 'Adad); Hadad, the name of an idol, and of several kings of Edom -- Hadad.

see HEBREW 'Adad


H1908. Hadad

הֲדַדproper name, masculine Hadad (ᵐ5Ἀδερ but see הדד‎ Aramaic proper name, of divinity DHMAltsem. Inschr. von Sendschirli 56, and עבדהדד‎ ScholzGötzendienst 245, הדדנדנאח‎ EutSBAk 1887, 410 compare BaeRel 68 & below בןהֿדד‎ p.122; also Adda, etc., in compound proper name BezTell el-Amarna BM 156; Hadad, Adad, Addu is known as an Aramaic deity, weather- or storm-god, compare BaeRei 67.68; perhaps = thunderer DlZK 1885, 166 Bael.c., compare רִמּוֺן‎; on Hadad in Arabia compare WeSkizzen iii. 51; Sabean הדד‎ Hal27; as

proper name, of a divinity Hebrew only in compound

proper name, masculine, see below) —

1 name of kings of Edom,

a. Genesis 36:35 = 1 Chronicles 1:46; Genesis 36:36 = 1 Chronicles 1:47 (הֲדָד֑‎);

b. 1 Chronicles 1:47 ("" Genesis 36:39 הֲדַר‎), Genesis 36:51 (הֲדָד֑‎).

2 an Edomite (הָאֲדֹמִ֑י‎) ׳ה1 Kings 11:14, 17, 19, 21 (twice in verse); 11:25 (הֲדָד֑‎); = אֲדַד11:17.