Jehoram or Joram (Hebrew יהורם המלך YHWH is exalted) is the name of at least five persons in the Bible:[1]

  1. Son of Toi, king of Hamath; this king sent young Jehoram to congratulate King David on his victory over King Hadadezer of Syria[2]
  2. A Levite belonging to the family of Gershom[3]
  3. One of several priests sent by King Jehoshaphat to instruct the people of the Southern Kingdom.[4]
  4. King Jehoram of Israel
  5. King Jehoram of Judah


  1. Authors unknown. "Entry for Jehoram." WebBible Encyclopedia. Retrieved June 18, 2007.
  2. II_Samuel 8:10
  3. I_Chronicles 26:25
  4. II_Chronicles 17:8

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