From charar; parched; Charan, the name of a man and also of a place -- Haran.
see HEBREW charar
I. חָרָן proper name, of a location city in northern Mesopotamia (Assyrian —arrânu = road, path COTGloss; compare DlPa 185; JenKosmologie 28 'junction of trading-routes' = cross-roads) — mentioned as city of Abram's sojourn Genesis 11:31, where his father Terah died 11:32, and whence he departed for Canaan 12:4-5, where Laban, Jacob's uncle, lived, and whither Jacob fled 27:43; 28:10 (both חָרָ֫נָה), 29:4; as conquered by fathers of Sennacherib 2 Kings 19:12 = Isaiah 37:12; as place of trade Ezekiel 27:23; Assyrian –arrana (+?), SchrCOT on Genesis 11:31; 27:43 ᵐ5 Χαρραν. It was an ancient seat of worship of moon-god (Sin), see SchrKG 355, 596; see further ChwolsohnSsabier i, 303 ff. WüstenfeldZMG 1864, 443 f. SchrKG 355, 536 SachauReise 217 ff. MezGeschichte. d. Stadt Harran, 1892.
II. חָרָן proper name, masculine son of Caleb of Judah 1 Chronicles 2:46 (twice in verse); ᵐ5 Αρραν, ᵐ5L Ωρων (Sabean proper name חרן DHMEpigr. Dakam. 56).
חֹרֹן חוֺרֹן, see חוֺרֹן בֵּית above