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In Islam, the ḥūr or ḥūrīyah are commonly translated as "(splendid) companions of equal age (well-matched)", "lovely eyed", of "modest gaze", "pure beings" or "companions pure" of paradise, denoting humans and jinn who enter paradise after being recreated anew in the hereafter. Islam also has a strong mystical tradition which places these heavenly delights in the context of the ecstatic awareness of God.
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being angry; or same as Huram
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(linen-weaver), a Gadite; father of Abihail- (1 Chronicles 5:14)
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