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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [1]

Chesed . One of the sons of Nahor and MilcahGenesis 22:22 J [Note: Jahwist.] ). He is obviously here introduced into the genealogy of the Terahites as the presumptive forefather of the Kasdim or Chaldæans. This probably represents a different tradition from that in P [Note: Priestly Narrative.] , where Ur of the Chaldees ( i.e. Kasdim) is spoken of as the dwelling place of Terah (  Genesis 11:1-32 ), Nahor’s father.

Smith's Bible Dictionary [2]

Che'sed. (Increase). Fourth son of Nahor.  Genesis 22:22.

Holman Bible Dictionary [3]

 Genesis 22:22Chaldea

Morrish Bible Dictionary [4]

Fourth son of Nahor.  Genesis 22:22 .

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [5]

Nahor's fourth son ( Genesis 22:22).

Easton's Bible Dictionary [6]

 Genesis 22:22

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [7]

kē´sed , kes´ed ( כּשׂדּים , kasdı̄m  ; Χάσζαδ , Chászad ): One of the sons of Nahor and Milcah ( Genesis 22:22 ); was probably the father of the Casdim. The early Babylonian form Kašdu appears in Assyrian as Kaldu or Kaldû. English Versions of the Bible follows the Assyrian and Greek style of writing the name and uses Chaldees or Chaldeans instead of Casdim. The Chaldeans dwelt in the lower valley of the Euphrates, at the head of the Persian Gulf. Abram came from Ur of the Chaldees ( Genesis 11:28 ,  Genesis 11:31;  Genesis 15:7;  Nehemiah 9:7 ). In  Job 1:17 the Casdim are described as invading the land of Uz, the eldest brother of Chesed (  Genesis 22:21 ,  Genesis 22:22 ). In the days of Nebuchadrezzar the Casdim overran Syria and Palestine and carried the people of Judah in successive deportations into captivity ( 2 Kings 24:1 f,10ff;   2 Kings 25:1 ). In  Daniel 2:2 ,  Daniel 2:5 the Casdim are named with the magicians and astrologers as a learned class, skilled in interpretations. Casdim is sometimes used in Hebrew for the land of Chaldea (  Ezekiel 23:15 f;   Ezekiel 11:24 ).

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [8]

(Hebrews Ke ´ sed, כֶּשֶׂר , of uncertain signif.; Sept. Χαζάδ , Vulg. Cased, Josephus Χάζαδος , Ant. 1:6, 5), the fourth of the eight sons of Nahor by Milcah ( Genesis 22:22). B.C. cir. 2088. The name is the same as would be the sing. form of the Hebrews for Chaldaeans; but it is doubtful whether there is any connection. (See Chaldaea).