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Holman Bible Dictionary [1]

 Numbers 26:39 Genesis 46:21  1 Chronicles 7:15 Genesis 46:21 Numbers 26:38 1 Chronicles 7:6 1 Chronicles 8:1-2  Numbers 26:39-40 1 Chronicles 7:7 1 Chronicles 8:3-4

Fausset's Bible Dictionary [2]

Hupham or Huppim  Genesis 46:21;  1 Chronicles 7:12;  1 Chronicles 7:15;  Numbers 26:38-39.

Smith's Bible Dictionary [3]

Hu'pham. (Coast-Man). A son of Benjamin, founder of the family of the Huphamites.  Numbers 26:39. (B.C. 1688).

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [4]

HUPHAM . See Huppim.

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature [5]

(Heb. Chiupham', חוּפָם , according to Gesenius perh. Coast-Man, according to Furst Screened; Sept. omits, but some eds. have Ο᾿Φαμ ; Vulg. Hupham), a person apparently mentioned as one of the sons of Benjamin ( Numbers 26:39); elsewhere less correctly called HUPPIM ( Genesis 46:24). His descendants are called HUPHIMITES (Hebrew Chuphanzi', חוּפָמַי , Sept. omits, but some eds. Ο᾿Φαμί ,Vulg. Huphamitce,  Numbers 26:39). B.C. 1856. The Name Huppim being in the plural (Heb. Chuppim', חֻפַּים , Coverings; Sept. omits in  Genesis 46:21, but some copies have ᾿Θφμίν or Ο᾿Φιμίμ ; as a son of Bela; Vulg. Ophim.), suggests the possibility that it is a contraction for Huphamites. (See Shuppim).

The only other passages where it occurs are  1 Chronicles 7:12 (Sept. Ἀφείμ , Vulg. Hapham) and 15 (Sept. Ἀφφείμ , Vulg. Happhim), in both which it has the same fraternity with Shuppim, and in the latter mention is made of a sister Maachah as married to Machir, the son of Manasseh by a concubine, while in the former Huppim and Shuppim are expressly called the sons of Ir, apparently a son of Benjamin additional to the three mentioned in  1 Chronicles 7:6, but probably not the Iri mentioned in  1 Chronicles 7:7. Hence results the probability that Hupham, whose descendants are thus spoken of, was a grandson of Benjamin, and consequently a son of one of his five sons expressly named in order in  1 Chronicles 8:1-2, but whether of the fourth or fifth is uncertain. (See Benjamin).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [6]

hū´fam ( חוּפם , ḥūphām , "coast-inhabitant"): One of Benjamin's sons and head of the Huphamite family (  Numbers 26:39 ). See Huppim .