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他罕 TAHAN
代表
民26:35 代上7:25
HDBN
beseeching; merciful
SBD
(camp ), a descendant of Ephraim. ( Numbers 26:35 ) In ( 1 Chronicles 7:25 ) he appears as the son of Telah.
他轄 THAHASH
代表
創22:24
ISBE
tha-hash.
See TAHASH.
Easton
a badger, a son of Nahor, Abraham's brother (Gen. 22:24).
HDBN
that makes haste; that keeps silence
以他瑪 ITHAMAR
代表
出6:23 民3:4
ISBE
ith-a-mar (ithamar, "land" or "island of palms": Gesenius; or "father of Tamar," i, being perhaps for abhi: Cook in Encyclopedia Biblica--though both derivations are uncertain): The 4th son of Aaron (Ex 6:23; 28:1; 1 Ch 6:3), Eleazar being the 3rd son, Nadab and Abihu the 1st and 2nd sons. While Nadab and Abihu were prematurely cut off for offering strange fire before the Lord (Lev 10:1,2; Nu 3:4; 26:61), and Eleazar was appointed chief of the tribe of Levi (Ex 6:23,25) and ultimately succeeded Aaron (Ex 28:1), Ithamar was made the treasurer of the offerings for the Tabernacle (Ex 38:21), and superintendent of the Gershonites and Merarites in the service of the Tabernacle (Nu 4:28,33). In the time of Eli the high-priesthood had come to be in his family, but how, and whether before Elis day or first in Elis person, is not told and need not be conjectured. W. R. Smith in Encyclopedia Biblica (art. "Eli"), on the strength of 1 Sam 2:27,28, holds that the priesthood was originally in Elis line; but the words "the house of thy father" do not necessarily mean only the house of Ithamar, but may, and most probably do, refer to Aaron and his descendants, of whom Ithamar was one. Nor does the cutting off of Elis family from the priesthood and the setting in their place of "a faithful priest," who should do everything according to Yahwehs will and walk before Yahwehs anointed forever, find its complete fulfillment in the deposition of Abiathar or Ahimelech, his son, and the installation of Zadok in the time of Solomon (1 Ki 2:35; 1 Ch 29:22; see ZADOK). A descendant of Ithamar, Daniel by name, is mentioned among the exiles who returned from Babylon (Ezr 8:2).
T. Whitelaw
Easton
palm isle, the fourth and youngest son of Aaron (1 Chr. 6:3). He was consecrated to the priesthood along with his brothers (Ex. 6:23); and after the death of Nadab and Abihu, he and Eleazar alone discharged the functions of that office (Lev. 10:6, 12; Num. 3:4). He and his family occupied the position of common priest till the high priesthood passed into his family in the person of Eli (1 Kings 2:27), the reasons for which are not recorded. (See ZADOK
HDBN
island of the palm-tree
SBD
(land of palms ), the youngest son of Aaron. ( Exodus 6:23 ) (B.C. 1491.) After the death of Nadab and Abihu, ( Leviticus 10:1 ) Eleazar and Ithamar were appointed to succeed to their places in the priestly office. ( Exodus 28:1 Exodus 28:40 Exodus 28:43 ; Numbers 3:3 Numbers 3:4 ; 1 Chronicles 24:2 ) In the distribution of services belonging to the tabernacle, and its transport on the march of the Israelites, the Gershonites and the Merarites were placed under the superintendence of Ithamar. ( Exodus 38:21 ; Numbers 4:21-33 ) The high priesthood passed into the family of Ithamar in the person of Eli, but for what reason we are not informed.
以伯米勒 EBED-MELECH
代表
耶38:7 耶38:8 耶38:9 耶38:10 耶38:11 耶38:12 耶38:13
ISBE
e-bed-me-lek, eb-ed-me-lek (`ebhedh-mekekh, "servant of the king" or "of (god) Melek"): An Ethiopian eunuch in the service of King Zedekiah, who interceded with the king for the prophet Jeremiah and rescued him from the dungeon into which he had been cast to die (Jer 38:7-13). For this, the word of Yahweh through Jeremiah promised Ebed-meleeh that his life should be spared in the fall of Jerusalem (Jer 39:15-18).
Easton
a servant of the king; probably an official title, an Ethiopian, "one of the eunuchs which was in the king's house;" i.e., in the palace of Zedekiah, king of Judah. He interceded with the king in Jeremiah's behalf, and was the means of saving him from death by famine (Jer. 38:7-13: comp. 39:15-18).
HDBN
the kings servant
SBD
(a kings servant ), an Ethiopian eunuch in the service of King Zedekiah, through whose interference Jeremiah was released from prison. ( Jeremiah 38:7 ) ff.; Jere 39:15 ff. (B.C. 1589).
以來 ILAI
代表
代上11:29 撒下23:28
ISBE
i-la-i, i-li (`ilay): A mighty man of David (1 Ch 11:29); called Zalmon in 2 Sam 23:28.
Easton
an Ahohite, one of David's chief warriors (1 Chr. 11:29); called also Zalmon (2 Sam. 23:28).
以倫 ELON
代表
士12:12 創26:34 創46:14 民26:26 士12:11
Easton
oak. (1.) A city of Dan (Josh. 19:43). (2.) A Hittite, father of Bashemath, Esau's wife (Gen. 26:34). (3.) One of the sons of Zebulun (Gen. 46:14). (4.) The eleventh of the Hebrew judges. He held office for ten years (Judg. 12:11, 12). He is called the Zebulonite.
HDBN
oak; grove; strong
SBD
(an oak ). A Hittite, whose daughter was one of Esaus wives. ( Genesis 26:34 ; 36:2 ) (B.C. 1797.) The second of the three sons attributed to Zebulun, ( Genesis 46:14 ; Numbers 26:26 ) and the founder of the family of the Elonites. (B.C. 1695.) Elon the Zebulonite, who judged Israel for ten years, and was buried in Aijalon in Zebulun. ( Judges 12:11 Judges 12:12 ) (B.C. 1174-1164). On of the towns in the border of the tribe of Dan. ( Joshua 19:43 )
以列 ELEAD
代表
代上7:21 代上5:24 代上6:34 代上8:20 代上8:21 代上8:22 代上15:9 代下30:1 代下30:2 代下30:3 代下30:4 代下30:5 代下30:6 代下30:7 代下30:8 代下30:9 代下30:10 代下30:11 代下30:12 代下30:13
ISBE
el-e-ad (el`adh, "God has testified"): An Ephraimite, slain while making a raid, by the men of Gath (1 Ch 7:21).
HDBN
witness of God
SBD
(praised by God ), a descendant of Ephraim. ( 1 Chronicles 7:21 )
以別 EBED
代表
士9:26 士9:26 士9:27 士9:28 士9:29 士9:30 士9:31 士9:32 士9:33 士9:34 士9:35 士9:36 士9:37 士9:38 士9:39 士9:40 士9:41 士9:42 士9:43 士9:44 士9:45 士9:46 士9:47 士9:48 士9:49 士9:50 拉8:6
ISBE
e-bed (`ebhedh, "servant"):
(1) Father of Gaal, who rebelled against Abimelech (Jdg 9:26-35).
(2) A companion of Ezra in his return (Ezr 8:6) = Obeth (1 Esdras 8:32).
Easton
slave, the father of Gaal, in whom the men of Shechem "put confidence" in their conspiracy against Abimelech (Judg. 9:26, 26, 30, 31).
HDBN
a servant; laborer
SBD
(a servant ). (Many MSS. have EBER.) Father of Gaal, who with his brethren assisted the men of Shechem in their revolt against Abimelech. ( Judges 9:26 Judges 9:28 Judges 9:30 Judges 9:31 Judges 9:35 ) (B.C. 1206). Son of Jonathan; one of the Bene-Adin who returned form Babylon with Ezra. ( Ezra 8:6 )
以利 ERI
代表
創46:16 民26:16
SBD
(watchful ), son of Gad, ( Genesis 46:16 ) and ancestor of the Erites. ( Numbers 26:16 )
以利 ELI
代表
撒上4:18 撒上1:9
ISBE
e-li (`eli): A descendant of Ithamar, the fourth son of Aaron, who exercised the office of high priest in Shiloh at the time of the birth of Samuel. For the first time in Israel, Eli combined in his own person the functions of high priest and judge, judging Israel for 40 years (1 Sam 4:18). The incidents in Elis life are few; indeed, the main interest of the narrative is in the other characters who are associated with him. The chief interest centers in Samuel. In Elis first interview with Hannah (1 Sam 1:12 ff), she is the central figure; in the second interview (1 Sam 1:24 ff), it is the child Samuel. When Eli next appears, it is as the father of Hophni and Phinehas, whose worthless and licentious lives had profaned their priestly office, and earned for them the title "men of Belial" (or "worthlessness"). Eli administered no stern rebuke to his sons, but only a gentle chiding of their greed and immorality. Thereafter he was warned by a nameless prophet of the downfall of his house, and of the death of his two sons in one day (1 Sam 2:27-36), a message later confirmed by Samuel, who had received this word directly from Yahweh Himself (1 Sam 3:11 ff). The prophecy was not long in fulfillment. During the next invasion by the Philistines, the Israelites were utterly routed, the ark of God was captured, and Hophni and Phinehas were both slain. When the news reached Eli, he was so overcome that he "fell from off his seat backward by the side of the gate; and his neck brake, and he died" (1 Sam 4:18). The character of Eli, while sincere and devout, seems to have been entirely lacking in firmness. He appears from the history to have been a good man, full of humility and gentleness, but weak and indulgent. His is not a strong personality; he is always overshadowed by some more commanding or interesting figure.
A. C. Grant
Easton
ascent, the high priest when the ark was at Shiloh (1 Sam. 1:3, 9). He was the first of the line of Ithamar, Aaron's fourth son (1 Chr. 24:3; comp. 2 Sam. 8:17), who held that office. The office remained in his family till the time of Abiathar (1 Kings 2:26, 27), whom Solomon deposed, and appointed Zadok, of the family of Eleazar, in his stead (35). He acted also as a civil judge in Israel after the death of Samson (1 Sam. 4:18), and judged Israel for forty years. His sons Hophni and Phinehas grossly misconducted themselves, to the great disgust of the people (1 Sam. 2:27-36). They were licentious reprobates. He failed to reprove them so sternly as he ought to have done, and so brought upon his house the judgment of God (2:22-33; 3:18). The Israelites proclaimed war against the Philistines, whose army was encamped at Aphek. The battle, fought a short way beyond Mizpeh, ended in the total defeat of Israel. Four thousand of them fell in "battle array". They now sought safety in having the "ark of the covenant of the Lord" among them. They fetched it from Shiloh, and Hophni and Phinehas accompanied it. This was the first time since the settlement of Israel in Canaan that the ark had been removed from the sanctuary. The Philistines put themselves again in array against Israel, and in the battle which ensued "Israel was smitten, and there was a very great slaughter." The tidings of this great disaster were speedily conveyed to Shiloh, about 20 miles distant, by a messenger, a Benjamite from the army. There Eli sat outside the gate of the sanctuary by the wayside, anxiously waiting for tidings from the battle-field. The full extent of the national calamity was speedily made known to him: "Israel is fled before the Philistines, there has also been a great slaughter among the people, thy two sons Hophni and Phinehas are dead, and the ark of God is taken" (1 Sam. 4:12-18). When the old man, whose eyes were "stiffened" (i.e., fixed, as of a blind eye unaffected by the light) with age, heard this sad story of woe, he fell backward from off his seat and died, being ninety and eight years old. (See ITHAMAR
HDBN
the offering or lifting up
SBD
(ascension ), a descendant of Aaron through Ithamar, the youngest of his two surviving sons. ( Leviticus 10:1 Leviticus 10:2 Leviticus 10:12 ) comp. 1Kin 2:27 with 2Sam 8:17; 1Chr 24:3 (B.C. 1214-1116.) he was the first of the line of Ithamar who held the office of high priest. The office remained in his family till Abiathar was thrust out by Solomon, ( 1 Kings 1:7 ; 1 Kings 2:26 1 Kings 2:27 ) when it passed back again to the family of Eleazar int he person of Zadok. ( 1 Kings 2:35 ) Its return to the elder branch was one part of the punishment which had been denounced against Eli during his lifetime, for his culpable negligence. ( 1 Samuel 2:22-25 ) when his sons profaned the priesthood; comp. ( 1 Samuel 2:27-36 ) with 1Kin 2:27 Notwithstanding this one great blemish, the character of Eli is marked by eminent piety, as shown by his meek submission to the divine judgment, ( 1 Samuel 3:18 ) and his supreme regard for the ark of God. ( 1 Samuel 4:18 ) In addition to the office of high priest he held that of judge. He died at the advanced age of 98 years, ( 1 Samuel 4:18 ) In addition to the office of high priest he held that of judge. He died at the advanced age of 98 years, ( 1 Samuel 4:18 ) overcome by the disastrous intelligence that the ark of God had been taken in battle by the Philistines, who had also slain his sons Hophni and Phinehas.
以利 ILI
代表
代上7:7 代上7:8 代上7:9 代上7:10 代上7:11 代上7:12
以利乃 ELIENAI
代表
代上8:20 代上8:20 代上8:21
ISBE
el-i-e-na-i (eli`enay): A Benjamite chief (1 Ch 8:20).
HDBN
the God of my eyes
以利亞 ELIAH OR ELIJAH
代表
王上17:1 代上8:27
以利亞他 ELIATHAH
代表
代上25:4 代上25:5 代上25:6 代上25:7 代上25:8 代上25:9 代上25:10 代上25:11 代上25:12 代上25:13 代上25:14 代上25:15 代上25:16 代上25:17
ISBE
e-li-a-tha (eli-athah, "God has come"): A Hemanite, head of the twentieth division of the temple musicians (1 Ch 25:4,27).
Easton
to whom God will come, one of the foureen sons of the Levite Heman, and musician of the temple in the time of David (1 Chr. 25:4).
HDBN
thou art my God
SBD
(to whom God comes ), a musician in the temple in the time of King David. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:27 )
以利亞實 ELIASHIB
代表
代上3:24 代上24:11 尼3:1 尼13:4 拉10:24 拉10:27 拉10:36
ISBE
e-li-a-shib (elyashibh, "God restores"):
(1) A descendant of David (1 Ch 3:24).
(2) Head of the eleventh course of priests (1 Ch 24:12).
(3) The high priest in the time of Nehemiah. He, with his brethren the priests, helped in the rebuilding of the wall (Neh 3:1). But later he was "allied unto Tobiah" the Ammonite (Neh 13:4) and allowed that enemy of Nehemiah the use of a great chamber in the temple (Neh 13:5); and one of his grandsons, a son of Joiada, married a daughter of Sanballat the Horonite and was for this expelled from the community by Nehemiah (Neh 13:28).
See SANBALLAT.
(4, 5, 6) Three Israelites, one a "singer," who had married foreign wives (Ezr 10:24,27,36).
(7) Father of Jehohanan (Ezr 10:6); probably identical with (3) above. Called Eliasib in 1 Esdras 9:1.
F. K. Farr
Easton
whom God will restore. (1.) A priest, head of one of the courses of the priests of the time of David (1 Chr. 24:12). (2.) A high priest in the time of Ezra and Nehemiah (Neh. 12:22, 23). He rebuilt the eastern city wall (3:1), his own mansion being in that quarter, on the ridge Ophel (3:20, 21). His indulgence of Tobiah the Ammonite provoked the indignation of Nehemiah (13:4, 7).
HDBN
the God of conversion
SBD
(whom God restores ). A priest in the time of King David eleventh in the order of the "governors" of the sanctuary. ( 1 Chronicles 24:12 ) One of the latest descendants of the royal family of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 3:24 ) High priest at Jerusalem at the time of the rebuilding of the walls under Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 3:1 Nehemiah 3:20 Nehemiah 3:21 ) (B.C. 446.) A singer in the time of Ezra who had married a foreign wife. ( Ezra 10:24 ) A son of Zattu, ( Ezra 10:27 ) and A son of Bani, ( Ezra 10:36 ) both of whom had transgressed in the same manner. (B.C. 458.)
以利亞撒 ELASAH
代表
拉10:22 耶29:3 代上2:39 代上2:40 代上8:37 代上9:43
ISBE
el-a-sa (el`asah, "God has made"):
(1) An Israelite who had married a foreign wife (Ezr 10:22).
(2) A son of Shaphan, by whom, with Gemariah, King Zedekiah sent a message to Babylon (Jer 29:3).
See ELEASAH.
Easton
God made. (1.) One of the descendants of Judah, of the family of Hezron (1 Chr. 2:39, "Eleasah"). (2.) A descendant of king Saul (1 Chr. 8:37; 9:43). (3.) The son of Shaphan, one of the two who were sent by Zedekiah to Nebuchadnezzar, and also took charge of Jeremiah's letter to the captives in Babylon (Jer. 29:3).
HDBN
the doings of God
SBD
(whom God made ). A priest in the time of Ezra who had married a Gentile wife. ( Ezra 10:22 ) (B.C. 458). Son of Shaphan, one of the two men who were sent on a mission by King Zedekiah to Nebuchadnezzar at Babylon. ( Jeremiah 29:3 ) (B.C. 594.)
以利亞撒 ELEAZAR
代表
出6:23 民3:2 撒上7:1 撒下23:9 代上11:12 代上23:21 代上23:22 代上24:28 拉8:33 尼12:42 太1:15
ISBE
el-e-a-zar, e-le-a-zar (el-`azar; Eleazar, "God is helper"):
(1) The 3rd son of Aaron by Elisheba (Ex 6:23; Nu 3:2). He married one of the daughters of Putiel, who bore him Phinehas (Ex 6:25). With his father and 3 brothers he was consecrated to the priests office (Ex 28:1). After the destruction of Nadab and Abihu, he occupied a more important position, and he and Ithamar "ministered in the priests office in the presence of Aaron their father" (Lev 10:6 f; Nu 3:4; 1 Ch 24:2 ff). He was given the oversight of the Levites and had charge of the tabernacle and all within it (Nu 3:32; 4:16). To Eleazar fell the duty of beating out for an altar covering the censers of Korah and his fellow-conspirators who had attempted to seize the priesthood (Nu 16:37,39). On the death of Aaron, Eleazar succeeded him (Nu 20:25 ff). He assisted Moses with the census after the plague in the plains of Moab (Nu 26:1 ff), and with Moses and the elders heard the petition of the daughters of Zelophehad who wished to be served as heirs to their father (Nu 27:1 ff). After the entrance into Canaan, Eleazar and Joshua gave effect to the decision arrived at by giving the daughters of Zelophehad a share in the land of Manasseh (Josh 17:4). He was priest and adviser to Joshua, the successor of Moses (Nu 27:19; 31:12 ff), whom he also assisted in partitioning Canaan among the tribes (Nu 34:17; Josh 14:1; 19:51; 21:1). He was buried in the hill (the Revised Version, margin "Gibeah") of Phinehas his son in the hill country of Ephraim (Josh 24:33). For some reason unknown the descendants of Ithamar seem to have held the chief position among the priests from Eli till the accession of Solomon, when Abiathar was sent into retirement, and Zadok, the descendant of Eleazar, was appointed in his place (1 Ki 2:26 ff). Ezra was a descendant of Zadok (Ezr 7:1 ff); and the high priests office was in the family of Zadok till the time of the Maccabees.
(2) The son of Abinadab, sanctified to keep the ark of Yahweh, when it was brought from Beth-shemesh to Kiriath-jearim after being sent back by the Philistines (1 Sam 7:1).
(3) The son of Dodai, one of Davids three mighty men. A famous feat of arms with David at Ephes-dammim is recorded (2 Sam 23:9 f; 1 Ch 11:12 f where he is named the son of Dodo).
(4) A Levite, a son of Mahli, a Merarite. It is recorded that he had no sons, but daughters only, who were married to their cousins (1 Ch 23:21,22; 24:28).
(5) A priest who accompanied Ezra from Babylon (Ezr 8:33); the son of Phinehas. (5) and (6) may be identical.
(6) A priest who took part in the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 12:42).
(7) A son of Mattathias and brother of Judas Maccabeus (1 Macc 2:5; 6:43 f; 2 Macc 8:23).
See ASMONEANS; MACCABEES.
(8, 9) Two others are mentioned in 1 Macc 8:17; 2 Macc 6:18 ff.
(10) An ancestor of Jesus, 3 generations before Joseph (Mt 1:15).
S. F. Hunter
Easton
God has helped. (1.) The third son of Aaron (Ex. 6:23). His wife, a daughter of Putiel, bore him Phinehas (Ex. 6:25). After the death of Nadab and Abihu (Lev. 10:12; Num. 3:4) he was appointed to the charge of the sanctuary (Num. 3:32). On Mount Hor he was clothed with the sacred vestments, which Moses took from off his brother Aaron and put upon him as successor to his father in the high priest's office, which he held for more than twenty years (Num. 20:25-29). He took part with Moses in numbering the people (26:3, 4), and assisted at the inauguration of Joshua. He assisted in the distribution of the land after the conquest (Josh. 14:1). The high-priesthood remained in his family till the time of Eli, into whose family it passed, till it was restored to the family of Eleazar in the person of Zadok (1 Sam. 2:35; comp. 1 Kings 2:27). "And Eleazar the son of Aaron died; and they buried him in a hill that pertained to Phinehas his son" (Josh. 24:33). The word here rendered "hill" is Gibeah, the name of several towns in Palestine which were generally on or near a hill. The words may be more suitably rendered, "They buried him in Gibeah of Phinehas", i.e., in the city of Phinehas, which has been identified, in accordance with Jewish and Samaritan traditions, with Kefr Ghuweirah='Awertah, about 7 miles north of Shiloh, and a few miles south-east of Nablus. "His tomb is still shown there, overshadowed by venerable terebinths." Others, however, have identified it with the village of Gaba or Gebena of Eusebius, the modern Khurbet Jibia, 5 miles north of Guphna towards Nablus. (2.) An inhabitant of Kirjath-jearim who was "sanctified" to take charge of the ark, although not allowed to touch it, while it remained in the house of his father Abinadab (1 Sam. 7:1, 2; comp. Num. 3:31; 4:15). (3.) The son of Dodo the Ahohite, of the tribe of Benjamin, one of the three most eminent of David's thirty-seven heroes (1 Chr. 11:12) who broke through the Philistine host and brought him water from the well of Bethlehem (2 Sam. 23:9, 16). (4.) A son of Phinehas associated with the priests in taking charge of the sacred vessels brought back to Jerusalem after the Exile (Ezra 8:33). (5.) A Levite of the family of Merari (1 Chr. 23:21, 22).
HDBN
help of God
SBD
(help of God ). Third son of Aaron. After the death of Nadab and Abihu without children, ( Leviticus 10:6 ; Numbers 3:4 ) Eleazar was appointed chief over the principal Levites. ( Numbers 3:32 ) With his brother Ithamar he ministered as a priest during their fathers lifetime, and immediately before his death was invested on Mount Hor with the sacred garments, as the successor of Aaron in the office of high priest. ( Numbers 20:28 ) (B.C. 1452.) One of his first duties was in conjunction with Moses to superintend the census of the people. ( Numbers 26:3 ) After the conquest of Canaan by Joshua he took part in the distribution of the land. ( Joshua 14:1 ) The time of his death is not mentioned in Scripture. The son of Abinadab, of the hill of Kirjath-jearim. ( 1 Samuel 7:1 ) (B.C. 1134.) One of the three principal mighty men of Davids army. ( 2 Samuel 23:9 ; 1 Chronicles 11:12 ) (B.C. 1046.) A Merarite Levite, son of Mahli and grandson of Merari. ( 1 Chronicles 23:21 1 Chronicles 23:22 ; 24:28 ) A priest who took part in the feast of dedication under Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 12:42 ) (B.C. 446.) One of the sons of Parosh, an Israelite (i.e. a layman) who had married a foreign wife. ( Ezra 10:25 ) Son of Phinehas, a Levite. ( Ezra 8:33 ) The son of Eliud, in the genealogy of Jesus Christ. ( Matthew 1:15 )
以利亞敬 ELIAKIM
代表
賽22:15 賽22:16 賽22:17 賽22:18 賽22:19 賽22:20 賽22:21 賽22:22 賽22:23 賽22:24 賽22:25 王下23:34 代下36:4 尼12:41 王下18:18 王下23:34
ISBE
e-li-a-kim (elyaqim; Eliakeim, "God sets up"):
(1) The son of Hilkiah who succeeded Shebna as gorvernor of the palace and "grand vizier" under Hezekiah (Isa 22:20). The functions of his office are seen from the oracle of Isaiah in which Shebna is deposed and Eliakim set in his place (Isa 22:15 ff). He is the "treasurer" (the Revised Version, margin "steward"), and is "over the house" (Isa 22:15). At his installation he is clothed with a robe and girdle, the insignia of his office, and, having the government committed into his hand, is the "father to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and to the house of Judah" (Isa 22:21). The key of the house of David is laid on his shoulder, and he alone has power to open and shut, this being symbolic of his absolute authority as the kings representative (Isa 22:22).
One of Solomons officials is the first mentioned as occupying this position (1 Ki 4:6), and this office was continued in both the Northern and Southern Kingdom (1 Ki 16:9; 18:3; 2 Ki 10:5; 15:5). Its importance is seen from the fact that after Azariah was smitten with leprosy, Jotham his heir "was over the household, judging the people of the land" (2 Ki 15:5).
When Sennacherib sent an army against Jerusalem in 701, Eliskim was one of these Jewish princes who held on behalf of Hezekiah a parley with the Assyrian officers (2 Ki 18:18,26,37; Isa 36:3,11,22). As a result of the invaders threats, he was sent by Hezekiah in sackcloth to Isaiah, entreating his prayers to Yahweh on behalf of Jerusalem (2 Ki 19:2; Isa 37:2).
(2) The original name of Jehoiakim, the son of Josiah, whom Pharaoh-necoh made king of Judah (2 Ki 23:34; 2 Ch 36:4).
(3) A priest who assisted at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem, rebuilt after his return from Babylon (Neh 12:41).
(4) A grandson of Zerubbabel and ancestor of Jesus (Mt 1:13).
(5) An ancestor of Jesus (Lk 3:30).
S. F. Hunter
Easton
whom God will raise up. (1.) The son of Melea (Luke 3:30), and probably grandson of Nathan. (2.) The son of Abiud, of the posterity of Zerubbabel (Matt. 1:13). (3.) The son of Hilkiah, who was sent to receive the message of the invading Assyrians and report it to Isaiah (2 Kings 18:18; 19:2; Isa. 36:3; 37:2). In his office as governor of the palace of Hezekiah he succeeded Shebna (Isa. 22:15-25). He was a good man (Isa. 22:20; 2 Kings 18:37), and had a splendid and honourable career. (4.) The original name of Jehoiakim, king of Judah (2 Kings 23:34). He was the son of Josiah.
HDBN
resurrection of God
SBD
(raised up by God. ). Son of Hilkiah, master of Hezekiahs household ("over the house," as) ( Isaiah 36:3 ) ( 2 Kings 18:18 2 Kings 18:26 2 Kings 18:37 ) (B.C. 713.) Eliakim was a good man, as appears by the title emphatically applied to him by God, "my servant Eliakim," ( Isaiah 22:20 ) and also in the discharge of the duties of his high station, in which he acted as a "father to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and to the house of Judah." ( Isaiah 22:21 ) The original name of Jehoiakim king of Judah. ( 2 Kings 23:34 ; 2 Chronicles 36:4 ) A priest in the days of Nehemiah, who assisted at the dedication of the new wall of Jerusalem. ( Nehemiah 12:41 ) (B.C. 446.) Eldest son of Abiud or Judah; brother of Joseph, and father of Azor. ( Matthew 1:13 ) son of Melea, and father of Jonan. ( Luke 3:30 Luke 3:31 )
以利亞薩 ELEASAH
代表
代上2:39 拉10:22 耶29:3
ISBE
el-e-a-sa (in Hebrew identical with ELASAH, which see):
(1) A descendant of Judah (1 Ch 2:39,40).
(2) A Benjamite, a descendant of Saul (1 Ch 8:37; 9:43).
SBD
(whom God made ). Son of Helez, one of the descendants of Judah, of the family of Hezron. ( 1 Chronicles 2:39 ) (B.C. after 1046.) Son of Rapha or Rephaiah; a descendant of Saul through Jonathan and Merib-baal or Mephibosheth. ( 1 Chronicles 8;37 1 Chronicles 37 ; 9:43 ) (B.C. before 588.)
以利亞金 ELIAKIM
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尼12:41
ISBE
e-li-a-kim (elyaqim; Eliakeim, "God sets up"):
(1) The son of Hilkiah who succeeded Shebna as gorvernor of the palace and "grand vizier" under Hezekiah (Isa 22:20). The functions of his office are seen from the oracle of Isaiah in which Shebna is deposed and Eliakim set in his place (Isa 22:15 ff). He is the "treasurer" (the Revised Version, margin "steward"), and is "over the house" (Isa 22:15). At his installation he is clothed with a robe and girdle, the insignia of his office, and, having the government committed into his hand, is the "father to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and to the house of Judah" (Isa 22:21). The key of the house of David is laid on his shoulder, and he alone has power to open and shut, this being symbolic of his absolute authority as the kings representative (Isa 22:22).
One of Solomons officials is the first mentioned as occupying this position (1 Ki 4:6), and this office was continued in both the Northern and Southern Kingdom (1 Ki 16:9; 18:3; 2 Ki 10:5; 15:5). Its importance is seen from the fact that after Azariah was smitten with leprosy, Jotham his heir "was over the household, judging the people of the land" (2 Ki 15:5).
When Sennacherib sent an army against Jerusalem in 701, Eliskim was one of these Jewish princes who held on behalf of Hezekiah a parley with the Assyrian officers (2 Ki 18:18,26,37; Isa 36:3,11,22). As a result of the invaders threats, he was sent by Hezekiah in sackcloth to Isaiah, entreating his prayers to Yahweh on behalf of Jerusalem (2 Ki 19:2; Isa 37:2).
(2) The original name of Jehoiakim, the son of Josiah, whom Pharaoh-necoh made king of Judah (2 Ki 23:34; 2 Ch 36:4).
(3) A priest who assisted at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem, rebuilt after his return from Babylon (Neh 12:41).
(4) A grandson of Zerubbabel and ancestor of Jesus (Mt 1:13).
(5) An ancestor of Jesus (Lk 3:30).
S. F. Hunter
Easton
whom God will raise up. (1.) The son of Melea (Luke 3:30), and probably grandson of Nathan. (2.) The son of Abiud, of the posterity of Zerubbabel (Matt. 1:13). (3.) The son of Hilkiah, who was sent to receive the message of the invading Assyrians and report it to Isaiah (2 Kings 18:18; 19:2; Isa. 36:3; 37:2). In his office as governor of the palace of Hezekiah he succeeded Shebna (Isa. 22:15-25). He was a good man (Isa. 22:20; 2 Kings 18:37), and had a splendid and honourable career. (4.) The original name of Jehoiakim, king of Judah (2 Kings 23:34). He was the son of Josiah.
HDBN
resurrection of God
SBD
(raised up by God. ). Son of Hilkiah, master of Hezekiahs household ("over the house," as) ( Isaiah 36:3 ) ( 2 Kings 18:18 2 Kings 18:26 2 Kings 18:37 ) (B.C. 713.) Eliakim was a good man, as appears by the title emphatically applied to him by God, "my servant Eliakim," ( Isaiah 22:20 ) and also in the discharge of the duties of his high station, in which he acted as a "father to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, and to the house of Judah." ( Isaiah 22:21 ) The original name of Jehoiakim king of Judah. ( 2 Kings 23:34 ; 2 Chronicles 36:4 ) A priest in the days of Nehemiah, who assisted at the dedication of the new wall of Jerusalem. ( Nehemiah 12:41 ) (B.C. 446.) Eldest son of Abiud or Judah; brother of Joseph, and father of Azor. ( Matthew 1:13 ) son of Melea, and father of Jonan. ( Luke 3:30 Luke 3:31 )
以利以謝 ELIEZER
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創15:2 創24:2 出18:4 代上23:17 代上7:8 代上15:24 代上27:16 代下20:37 拉8:16 拉8:17 拉10:18 拉10:23 拉10:31 路3:29
ISBE
el-i-e-zer, e-li-e-zer (eli`ezer; Eliezer, "God is help"):
(1) The chief servant of Abram (Gen 15:2); the American Standard Revised Version "Eliezer of Damascus," the English Revised Version "Dammesek Eliezer." The Hebrew is peculiar: literally, "And the son of the possession (mesheq) of my house is Dammeseq (of) Eliezer." A possible but unlikely meaning is that his property would become the possession of Damascus, the city of Eliezer. Targum Syriac (Revised Version margin) read "Eliezer the Damascene": this supposes a reading, "Eliezer ha-dammasqi" or "mid-dammeseq." The text may be corrupt: the assonance between mesheq and Dammeseq is suspicious. Abram calls Eliezer "one born in my house" i.e. a dependant, a member of his household, and so regards him as his heir, Lot having gone from him (Gen 13). Eliezer is probably the servant, "the eider of his house, that ruled over all that he had," of Gen 24.
(2) The 2nd son of Moses and Zipporah, called thus for "the God of my father was my help, and delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh" (Ex 18:4; 1 Ch 23:15 ff).
(3) A son of Becher, one of the sons of Benjamin (1 Ch 7:8).
(4) A priest who assisted in bringing up the ark from the house of Obed-edom to Jerusalem (1 Ch 15:24).
(5) The son of Zichri, ruler over the Reubenites in the time of David (1 Ch 27:16).
(6) The son of Dodavahu of Mareshah who prophesied the destruction of the ships which Jehochaphat, king of Judah, built, because he had done so in cooperation with Ahaziah, king of Israel (2 Ch 20:35 ff).
(7) One of the messengers whom Ezra sent to Iddo, the chief at Casiphia, with the request for ministers for the Temple (Ezr 8:16 ff).
(8, 9, 10) A priest, a Levite, and one of the sons of Harim who had married non-Israelitish women (Ezr 10:18,23,11).
(11) An ancestor of Jesus in the genealogy given by Luke (Lk 3:29).
S. F. Hunter
Easton
God his help. (1.) "Of Damascus," the "steward" (R.V., "possessor") of Abraham's house (Gen. 15:2, 3). It was probably he who headed the embassy sent by Abraham to the old home of his family in Padan-aram to seek a wife for his son Isaac. The account of this embassy is given at length in Gen. 24. (2.) The son of Becher, and grandson of Benjamin (1 Chr. 7:8). (3.) One of the two sons of Moses, born during his sojourn in Midian (Ex. 18:4; 1 Chr. 23:15, 17). He remained with his mother and brother Gershom with Jethro when Moses returned to Egypt. (Ex. 18:4). They were restored to Moses when Jethro heard of his departure out of Egypt. (4.) One of the priests who blew the trumpet before the ark when it was brought to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:24). (5.) Son of Zichri, and chief of the Reubenites under David (1 Chr. 27:16). (6.) A prophet in the time of Jehoshaphat (2 Chr. 20:37). Others of this name are mentioned Luke 3:29; Ezra 8:16; 10:18, 23, 31.
HDBN
help
以利何烈 ELIHOREPH
代表
王上4:3
ISBE
el-i-ho-ref (elichoreph, "God of autumn"?): A scribe of Solomon and son of Shisha (1 Ki 4:3).
HDBN
god of winter
SBD
(God is his reward ), one of Solomons scribes. ( 1 Kings 4:3 )
以利加 ELIKA
代表
撒下23:25
ISBE
e-li-ka (eliqa, "God is rejector(?)"): The Harodite (Uradite), one of Davids guard, the "thirty" (2 Sam 23:25). Omitted from 1 Ch 11:27.
Easton
God is his rejector, one of David's thirty-seven distinguished heros (2 Sam. 23:25).
HDBN
pelican of God
SBD
(rejected of God ), a Harodite, one of Davids guard. ( 2 Samuel 23:25 )
以利加拿 ELKANAH
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撒上1:1 出6:24 民26:11 代下28:7 代下12:6 代上6:22 代上6:23 代上6:26 代上6:35 代上9:16 代上15:23
ISBE
el-ka-na (elqanah, "God has possessed"):
(1) An Ephraimite, the father of Samuel (1 Sam 1:1-28; 2:11-20). Of his two wives, Hannah, the childless, was best beloved. At Shiloh she received through Eli the promise of a son. Elkanah, with Hannah, took the young Samuel to Shiloh when he was weaned, and left him with EIi as their offering to Yahweh. They were blessed with three other sons and two daughters.
(2) The second son of Korah (Ex 6:24), who escaped the fate of Korah, Dathan and Abiram (Nu 26:11).
(3) One "next to the king" in Jerusalem in the time of Ahaz; slain by one Zichri of Ephraim in war with Pekah (2 Ch 28:7).
(4) One of the Korahites among Davids "mighty men" (1 Ch 12:1,6).
(5) A Levite, possibly the same as (2) above (1 Ch 6:23,15,36).
(6) Another Levite of the same line (1 Ch 6:26,35).
(7) Another Levite, ancestor of Berechiah (1 Ch 9:16).
(8) Another Levite (if not the same as (4) above), one of the "doorkeepers for the ark" (1 Ch 15:23).
F. K. Farr
Easton
God-created. (1.) The second son of Korah (Ex. 6:24), or, according to 1 Chr. 6:22, 23, more correctly his grandson. (2.) Another Levite of the line of Heman the singer, although he does not seem to have performed any of the usual Levitical offices. He was father of Samuel the prophet (1 Chr. 6:27, 34). He was "an Ephrathite" (1 Sam. 1:1, 4, 8), but lived at Ramah, a man of wealth and high position. He had two wives, Hannah, who was the mother of Samuel, and Peninnah.
HDBN
God the zealous; the zeal of God
SBD
or Elkonah (God-provided ). Son, or rather grandson, see ( 1 Chronicles 6:22 1 Chronicles 6:23 ) ( 1Chr 6:7,8 ) of Korah, according to ( Exodus 6:24 ) A descendant of the above in the line of Ahimoth, otherwise Mahath, (1Chr 6;26,35; Hebr 11:20 Another Kohathite Levite, father of Samuel the illustrious judge and prophet. ( 1 Chronicles 6:27 1 Chronicles 6:34 ) (B.C. about 1190.) All that is known of him is contained in the above notices and in ( 1 Samuel 1:1 1 Samuel 1:4 1 Samuel 1:8 1 Samuel 1:19 1 Samuel 1:21 1 Samuel 1:23 ) and 1Sam 2:11,20 A Levite. ( 1 Chronicles 9:16 ) A Korhite who joined David while he was at Ziklag. ( 1 Chronicles 12:6 ) (B.C. 1054.) An officer in the household of Ahaz king of Judah, who was slain by Zichri the Ephraimite when Pekah invaded Judah. ( 2 Chronicles 28:7 ) (B.C. 739.)
以利巴力 ELPAAL
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代上8:11 代上8:11 代上8:12 代上8:17 代上8:18
ISBE
el-pa-al (elpa`al, "God has wrought" (compare el`asah, Jer 29:3)): The name of a descendant of Benjamin (1 Ch 8:11,12,18).
HDBN
Gods work
SBD
(God his wages ), a Benjamite, son of Hushim and brother of Abitub. ( 1 Chronicles 8:11 ) He was the founder of numerous family.


ISBE - 國際標準聖經百科全書 (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
Easton - Easton's Bible Dictionary
HBND - Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
SBD - Smith's Bible Dictionary