First name Shammah in the world's Bibles

In the bible, Shammah is the name of the son of Reuel (GEN 36:13) and chief of Edom (GEN 36:17), as well as name of third-born (1CH 2:13) son of Jesse (1SA 16:9) brother of David, third of "the thirty" of David's men, son of Agee (2SA 23:11), the Harodite, eighth of "the thirty" of David's men (2SA 23:25), and the Hararite (2SA 23:33), twenty-fifth of "the thirty" of David's men. Meaning of the name: loss; desolation; astonishment. Related names are: Nahath, Zerah, Mizzah . The translations of Shammah in 23 languages of the Bible are illustrated in the
below, from Samma in Norwegian to Shimah in Malay!
Name Shammah in the world's Bibles
And these are the sons of Reuel; Nahath, and Zerah, Shammah, and Mizzah: these were the sons of Bashemath Esau's wife. (GEN 36:13)
And these are the sons of Reuel Esau's son; duke Nahath, duke Zerah, duke Shammah, duke Mizzah: these are the dukes that came of Reuel in the land of Edom; these are the sons of Bashemath Esau's wife. (GEN 36:17)
Then Jesse made Shammah to pass by. And he said, Neither hath the LORD chosen this. (1SA 16:9)
And the three eldest sons of Jesse went and followed Saul to the battle: and the names of his three sons that went to the battle were Eliab the firstborn, and next unto him Abinadab, and the third Shammah. (1SA 17:13)
And after him was Shammah the son of Agee the Hararite. And the Philistines were gathered together into a troop, where was a piece of ground full of lentiles: and the people fled from the Philistines. (2SA 23:11)
Shammah the Harodite, Elika the Harodite, (2SA 23:25)
Shammah the Hararite, Ahiam the son of Sharar the Hararite, (2SA 23:33)
The sons of Reuel; Nahath, Zerah, Shammah, and Mizzah. (1CH 1:37)

Popularity of the name Shammah in its translations around the world

The map depicts the name ratio per 10.000 people in the total population. Only the exact name form in the respective country's official language Bible translations is counted!

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