Mudhar or Mudar is one of two major branches of the "North arabian" (Adnanite) tribes, the other branch being Rabi'ah.

Mudhar descended from Madher ibn ("son of") Nazar
Nazar (given name)
-Christian use:As used by Christians, it means "from Nazareth," the town where Jesus Christ was said to have lived. The etymology of Nazareth from as early as Eusebius up until the 20th century has been said to derive from the Hebrew word נצר netser, meaning a "shoot" or "sprout", while the...

 ibn Ma'ed ibn Adnan
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 ibn Add ibn Send ibn Napyot
Nebaioth is mentioned at least five times in the Hebrew Bible according to which he was the firstborn son of Ishmael, and the name appears as the name of one of the wilderness tribes mentioned in the Book of Genesis 25:13, and in the Book of Isaiah 60:7.-Biblical occurrences:In the Book of...

  ibn Ishmael
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ibn Abraham
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  ibn Azar
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  (Terah) ibn Nahoor
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  ibn Srooj
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  ibn Ra'o
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  ibn Phaleg
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  ibn Aber
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  ibn Shaleh  ibn Arpheckshad
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  ibn Sam
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  ibn Noah
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 ibn Lamek
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  ibn Motoshaleh
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 ibn Edres
Enoch (ancestor of Noah)
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 (Enoch) ibn Yared
Jared (ancestor of Noah)
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 ibn Mehlaiel
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 ibn Qenan
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 ibn Anosh ibn Sheeth ibn Adam

Mudar Branches

Around the 1st century BC Mudhar sons Elias
Elias is the Latin transliteration of the Greek name , which in turn is the Hellenized form of the , meaning "Yahweh is my God". Another form of Eliyahu in English is Elijah.The name belonged most notably to Elijah , the Hebrew prophet...

 and Qais Ailan branched into two major branches.

Tamim bin Murra

The Banu Tamim
Banu Tamim
Banī Tamīm Tamim is one of the largest of all Arab tribes. Their history goes back to pre-Islamic times....

 spread in the land between Southern Mespotomia (Al-Basra) to the Center of the Arabian Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
The Arabian Peninsula is a land mass situated north-east of Africa. Also known as Arabia or the Arabian subcontinent, it is the world's largest peninsula and covers 3,237,500 km2...

, Jordan and Khuzestan in Iran.

Hudhail bin Mudrika

The Bani Hudhail
Banu Hothail
Banu Hothail are an Adnanite tribe of western Saudi Arabia in Hijjaz. They are descended from Hothail, who was a grandson of Ilyas who was named after the prophet Elijah.- Ancestry :...

 lived between Mecca
Mecca is a city in the Hijaz and the capital of Makkah province in Saudi Arabia. The city is located inland from Jeddah in a narrow valley at a height of above sea level...

 and Medina
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. Banu Lihyan
Lihyan is an ancient Arab kingdom. It was located in northwestern Arabia, and is known for its Old North Arabian inscriptions dating to ca...

 branched out of the Banu Hudhail .

Khuzaimah bin Mudrika

Branched to Asad bin Khuzaimah and Kinanah
Banu Kinanah
Banu Kinanah is the largest Adnanite tribe of western Saudi Arabia in Hejaz. Since Islamization they started to claim that they are descended from Kinanah, who was a grandson of Ilyas who was named after the prophet Elijah.- Ancestry :The tribe traces a genealogical history backwards from their...

  bin Khuzaimah
Asad Bin Khuzaimah

Banu Asad lived in Hijaz, Nejd and Iraq. They established the town of Hilla in Iraq
Kinanah Bin Khuzaimah

The Banu Kinanah
Banu Kinanah
Banu Kinanah is the largest Adnanite tribe of western Saudi Arabia in Hejaz. Since Islamization they started to claim that they are descended from Kinanah, who was a grandson of Ilyas who was named after the prophet Elijah.- Ancestry :The tribe traces a genealogical history backwards from their...

 branched into Quraish bin Fahr bin Malik bin An-Nadr bin Kinanah and Haram bin Malakan bin Kinanah and Shoaba from Bakr bin Abdumanat bin Kinanah .

Quraish branched out into various tribes, the most famous of whom were Jumah, Sahm, ‘Adi, Makhzum, Tayim, Zahra and the three septs of Qusai bin Kilab: ‘Abdud-Dar bin Qusai, Asad bin ‘Abdul ‘Uzza bin Qusai and ‘Abd Manaf bin Qusai.

Banu Ghatafan

The Banu Ghatafan were the biggest of the three tribes and lived along with the other Qaisi tribes east of Mecca near Taif. Sometimes historians referred to all the Qais tribes as Ghatafan in the pre-Islamic times.

Banu Ghatafan branched into Abs, Mutaiyr, Zubyan, Ashja‘a and Ghani bin Asur. Qais settled Syria after the introduction of Islam.

Banu Huwazin and Banu Sulaim

The Banu Huwazin and Banu Sulaim lived near Banu Ghatafan
Banu Ghatafan
Banu Ghatafan are a massive ancient tribe north of Medinah and from them come the tribes of Banu Abs and Ashga and Banu Thibyaan. They were one of the Arab tribes that interacted with Muhammad. They are notable for allying themselves with the Banu Quraish in the Battle of the trench....

 and converted to Islam after their defeat in the Battle of Hunayn
Battle of Hunayn
The Battle of Hunain was fought between Muhammad and his followers against the Bedouin tribe of Hawazin and its subsection the Thaqif in 630 in a valley on one of the roads leading from Mecca to al-Ta'if. The battle ended in a decisive victory for the Muslims, who captured enormous spoils...

. Settled Syria after Islam.
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