Smith's Bible Dictionary 
Ne'bat. (Aspect). The father of Jeroboam, 1 Kings 11:26; 1 Kings 12:2; 1 Kings 12:15; etc., is described as an Ephrathite or Ephraimite, of Zereda. (B.C. about 1000).
Morrish Bible Dictionary 
Father of Jeroboam, first king of Israel. He is mentioned in scripture only to distinguish his son, there being two kings named Jeroboam. 1 Kings 11:26; 2 Kings 3:3; 2 Chronicles 9:29 , etc.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible 
Nebat Father of Jeroboam i. ( 1 Kings 11:26 and onwards). The constant designation of Jeroboam i. as ‘ben-Nebat’ is probably the usage of a writer later than Jeroboam ben-Joash. It is intended, doubtless, to distinguish the two kings.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary 
Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary 
The father of Jeroboam, ( 1 Kings 11:26) from Nubai, that beholds.
Holman Bible Dictionary 
1 Kings 11:26 1 Kings 12:15
Easton's Bible Dictionary 
1 Kings 11:26
Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature 
(Heb. iebat', נְבָט ; Gesenius, Sight; Furst, Cultivation; Sept. Ναβάτ ), the father of Jeroboam (q.v.), king of Israel, in connection with whom he is always mentioned as a descendant of Ephraim, living in Zereda, a city of Manasseh ( 1 Kings 11:26, etc.; 2 Chronicles 9:29, etc.). B.C. cir. 1000. The Jewish tradition preserved in Jerome (Quaest. Hebr. in lib. Reg.) identifies him with Shimei of Gera, who was a Benjamite.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia 
nē´bat ( נבט , nebhāṭ ): Father of Jeroboam I ( 1 Kings 11:26 , and frequently elsewhere). The name occurs only in the phrase "Jeroboam the son of Nebat," and is evidently intended to distinguish Jeroboam I from the later son of Joash. See Jeroboam .
- Nebat from Smith's Bible Dictionary
- Nebat from Morrish Bible Dictionary
- Nebat from Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
- Nebat from Fausset's Bible Dictionary
- Nebat from Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
- Nebat from Holman Bible Dictionary
- Nebat from Easton's Bible Dictionary
- Nebat from Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature
- Nebat from International Standard Bible Encyclopedia