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以法 EPHAH
代表
創25:4 代上1:33 代上2:46 代上2:47
Easton
gloom. (1.) One of the five sons of Midian, and grandson of Abraham (Gen. 25:4). The city of Ephah, to which he gave his name, is mentioned Isa. 60:6, 7. This city, with its surrounding territory, formed part of Midian, on the east shore of the Dead Sea. It abounded in dromedaries and camels (Judg. 6:5). (2.) 1 Chr. 2:46, a concubine of Caleb. (3.) 1 Chr. 2:47, a descendant of Judah. Ephah, a word of Egyptian origin, meaning measure; a grain measure containing "three seahs or ten omers," and equivalent to the bath for liquids (Ex. 16:36; 1 Sam. 17:17; Zech. 5:6). The double ephah in Prov. 20:10 (marg., "an ephah and an ephah"), Deut. 25:14, means two ephahs, the one false and the other just.
HDBN
weary; tired
SBD
Concubine of Caleb, in the line of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 2:46 ) Son of Jahdai; also in the line of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 2:47 )
以法他 EPHRATAH
代表
代上2:19 代上2:20 代上2:21 代上2:22 代上2:23 代上2:24 代上2:25 代上2:26 代上2:27 代上2:28 代上2:29 代上2:30代上2:31 代上2:32 代上2:33 代上2:34 代上2:35 代上2:36 代上2:37 代上2:38 代上2:39 代上2:40 代上2:41 代上2:42 代上2:43 代上2:44 代上2:45 代上2:46 代上2:47 代上2:48 代上2:49 代上2:50 代上4:4
Easton
fruitful. (1.) The second wife of Caleb, the son of Hezron, mother of Hur, and grandmother of Caleb, who was one of those that were sent to spy the land (1 Chr. 2:19, 50). (2.) The ancient name of Bethlehem in Judah (Gen. 35:16, 19; 48:7). In Ruth 1:2 it is called "Bethlehem-Judah," but the inhabitants are called "Ephrathites;" in Micah 5:2, "Bethlehem-Ephratah;" in Matt. 2:6, "Bethlehem in the land of Judah." In Ps. 132:6 it is mentioned as the place where David spent his youth, and where he heard much of the ark, although he never saw it till he found it long afterwards at Kirjath-jearim; i.e., the "city of the wood," or the "forest-town" (1 Sam. 7:1; comp. 2 Sam. 6:3, 4).
HDBN
Ephrath
SBD
or Ephrath (fruitful ). Second wife of Caleb the son of Hezron, mother of Hur and grandmother of Caleb the spy, according to ( 1 Chronicles 2:19 1 Chronicles 2:50 ) and probably 1Chr 2:24 and 1Chr 4:4 (B.C. 1695.) The ancient name of Bethlehem-judah. ( Genesis 35:16 Genesis 35:19 ; 48:7 )
以法列 ELPALET
代表
代上14:5 代上3:6
ISBE
el-pa-let: (the Revised Version (British and American) ELPELET): The name of a son of David (1 Ch 14:5).
See ELIPHALAT.
HDBN
same as Eliphalet
SBD
(God his deliverance ), one of Davids sons born in Jerusalem. ( 1 Chronicles 14:5 )
以法蓮 EPHRAIM
代表
創41:52 創48:20
Easton
double fruitfulness ("for God had made him fruitful in the land of his affliction"). The second son of Joseph, born in Egypt (Gen. 41:52; 46:20). The first incident recorded regarding him is his being placed, along with his brother Manasseh, before their grandfather, Jacob, that he might bless them (48:10; comp. 27:1). The intention of Joseph was that the right hand of the aged patriarch should be placed on the head of the elder of the two; but Jacob set Ephraim the younger before his brother, "guiding his hands wittingly." Before Joseph's death, Ephraim's family had reached the third generation (Gen. 50:23).
HDBN
fruitful; increasing
以特念 ITHREAM
代表
撒下3:5 代上3:3
ISBE
ith-re-am (yithre`am, "residue of the people"): The 6th son born to David at Hebron. His mothers name was Eglah (2 Sam 3:5; 1 Ch 3:3).
HDBN
excellence of the people
以特拉 ITHRA
代表
撒下17:25 代上2:17
ISBE
ith-ra (yithra, "abundance"): The father of Amasa, commanding general in the rebel army of Absalom. It seems that his mother was Abigail, a sister or half-sister of King David (1 Ch 2:17). She is called the sister of Zeruiah, Joabs mother (2 Sam 17:25). In this same passage Ithra is called an "Israelite," but in 1 Ch 2:17; 1 Ki 2:5,32, we read: "Jether the Ishmaelite."
SBD
(excellence ), an Israelite, ( 2 Samuel 17:25 ) or Ishmaelite, ( 1 Chronicles 2:17 ) the father of Amasa by Abigail, Davids sister. (B.C. before 1023.)
以珥 IR
代表
代上7:12
ISBE
ir (`ir): A descendant of Benjamin (1 Ch 7:12), called Iri in 1 Ch 7:7.
HDBN
watchman; city; vision
SBD
(city ). ( 1 Chronicles 7:12 ) [IRI]
以甲 IGAL
代表
撒下23:36 民13:3 代上3:22
ISBE
i-gal (yighal, "he (God) redeems"; Septuagint variously Igal, Gaal, Ieol):
(1) One of the twelve spies sent by Moses from the wilderness of Paran; son of Joseph, tribe of Issachar (Nu 13:7).
(2) One of Davids heroes, son of Nathan of Zobah (2 Sam 23:36). In 1 Ch 11:38 he is "Joel (yoel), the brother of Nathan."
(3) Son of Shemaiah of the royal house of David, descendant of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:22, the King James Version "Igeal").
Easton
avengers. (1.) Num. 13:7, one of the spies of the tribe of Issachar. (2.) Son of Nathan of Zobah, and one of David's warriors (2 Sam. 23:36). (3.) 1 Chr. 3:22.
HDBN
redeemed; defiled
SBD
(whom God will avenge ). One of the spies, son of Joseph, of the tribe of Issachar. ( Numbers 13:7 ) (B.C. 1490.) One of the heroes of Davids guard, son of Nathan of Zobah. ( 2 Samuel 23:36 ) (B.C. 1046.)
以示 ISHI
代表
代上2:31 代上4:20 代上4:42 代上5:24
Easton
my husband, a symbolical name used in Hos. 2:16 (See BAALI
HDBN
salvation
SBD
(salutary ). A man of the descendants of Judah, son of Appaim, ( 1 Chronicles 2:31 ) one of the great house of Hezron. In a subsequent genealogy of Judah we find another Ishi, with a son Zoheth. ( 1 Chronicles 4:20 ) Head of a family of the tribe of Simeon. ( 1 Chronicles 4:42 ) One of the heads of the tribe of Manasseh on the east of Jordan. ( 1 Chronicles 5:24 )
以笏 EHUD
代表
士3:15 士3:16 士3:17 士3:18 士3:19 士3:20 士3:21 士3:22 士3:23 士3:24 士3:25 士3:26 士3:27 士3:28 士3:29 士3:30 代上7:10 代上8:6 代上8:7
ISBE
e-hud (ehudh, "united," "strong"): A Benjamite, son of Gera, deliverer of Israel from oppression by Moab (Jdg 3:15-30). Gaining access alone to the presence of King Eglon under pretense of a secret errand connected with the payment of Israels tribute, Ehud, a left-handed man, drew the sword he had concealed upon his right side, and thrust the king through. He locked the doors of the upper chamber after him, made his escape, and with the Israelites overcame Moab at the fords of the Jordan, slaying some 10,000. Ehuds name occurs again in the Benjamite genealogy (1 Ch 7:10).
F. K. Farr
Easton
union. (1.) A descendant of Benjamin (1 Chr. 7:10), his great-grandson. (2.) The son of Gera, of the tribe of Benjamin (Judg. 3:15). After the death of Othniel the people again fell into idolatry, and Eglon, the king of Moab, uniting his bands with those of the Ammonites and the Amalekites, crossed the Jordan and took the city of Jericho, and for eighteen years held that whole district in subjection, exacting from it an annual tribute. At length Ehud, by a stratagem, put Eglon to death with a two-edged dagger a cubit long, and routed the Moabites at the fords of the Jordan, putting 10,000 of them to death. Thenceforward the land, at least Benjamin, enjoyed rest "for fourscore years" (Judg. 3:12-30). (See QUARRIES
HDBN
he that praises
SBD
(union ). Ehud son of Bilhah, and great-grandson of Benjamin the patriarch. ( 1 Chronicles 7:10 ; 8:6 ) Ehud son of Gera, of the tribe of Benjamin, ( Judges 3:15 ) the second judge of the Israelites. (B.C. about 1370.) In the Bible he is not called a judge, but a deliverer (l.c.): so Othniel, ( Judges 3:9 ) and all the Judges. ( Nehemiah 9:27 ) As a Benjamite he was specially chosen to destroy Eglon, who had established himself in Jericho, which was included in the boundaries of that tribe. He was very strong, and left-handed. [EGLON]
以結 EKER
代表
代上2:27 代上2:17
ISBE
e-ker (eqer, "root"): A Jerahmeelite (1 Ch 2:27).
HDBN
barren
SBD
(a rooting up ), a descendant of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 2:27 )
以色列 ISRAEL
代表
創32:28 創35:10
ISBE
iz-ra-el.
See JACOB.
Easton
the name conferred on Jacob after the great prayer-struggle at Peniel (Gen. 32:28), because "as a prince he had power with God and prevailed." (See JACOB
HDBN
who prevails with God
SBD
(the prince that prevails with God ). The name given, ( Genesis 32:28 ) to Jacob after his wrestling with the angel, ( Hosea 12:4 ) at Peniel. Gesenius interprets Israel "soldier of God." It became the national name of the twelve tribes collectively. They are so called in ( Exodus 3:16 ) and afterward. It is used in a narrower sense, excluding Judah, in ( 1 Samuel 11:8 ; 2 Samuel 20:1 ; 1 Kings 12:16 ) Thenceforth it was assumed and accepted as the name of the northern kingdom. After the Babylonian captivity, the returned exiles resumed the name Israel as the designation of their nation. The name Israel is also used to denote lay-men, as distinguished from priests, Levites and other ministers. ( Ezra 6:16 ; 9:1 ; 10:25 ; Nehemiah 11:3 ) etc.
以薛 EZER
代表
代上12:9
ISBE
e-zer (`ezer, "help"):
(1) A Horite chief (Gen 36:21; 1 Ch 1:38).
(2) A Judahite (1 Ch 4:4).
(3) An Ephraimite, slain by men of Gath (1 Ch 7:21).
(4) A Gadite who followed David while in exile on account of the wrath of Saul (1 Ch 12:9).
(5) One of those who under direction of Nehemiah repaired the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 3:19).
(6) A musician in one of the great companies appointed by Nehemiah to give thanks at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 12:42).
Easton
treasure. (1.) One of the sons of Seir, the native princes, "dukes," of Mount Hor (Gen. 36:21, 27). (2.) 1 Chr. 7:21; (3.) 4:4. (4.) One of the Gadite champions who repaired to David at Ziklag (12:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh. 3:19). (6.) A priest (12:42).
HDBN
a help
SBD
(treasure ). A son of Ephraim, who was slain by the aboriginal inhabitants of Gath while engaged in a foray on their cattle. ( 1 Chronicles 7:21 ) (B.C. before 1491.) A priest who assisted in the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem under Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 12:42 ) (B.C. 446.) Father of Hushah of the sons of Hur. ( 1 Chronicles 4:4 ) One of the Gadite chiefs who fought with David. ( 1 Chronicles 12:8 1 Chronicles 12:9 ) (B.C. 1054.) One who aided in repairing the wall at Jerusalem; a Levite. ( Nehemiah 3:19 )
以薩迦 ISSACHAR
代表
創30:18 創6:13 代上26:5
ISBE
is-a-kar (yissa(se)khar; Septuagint, Swete Issachar; Tischendorf, Issachar, so also in the New Testament, Tregelles, and Westcott and Hort, The New Testament in Greek):
(1) The 9th son of Jacob, the 5th borne to him by Leah (Gen 30:17 f).
1. The Name:
His birth is in this passage connected with the strange story of Reuben and his mandrakes, and the name given him is apparently conceived as derived from ish sakhar, "a hired workman." There is a play upon the name in this sense in Gen 49:15, "He bowed his shoulder to bear, and became a servant under taskwork." Wellhausen (Textder Buch. Sam., 95) thinks that the second element of the name may denote a deity; and Sokar, an Egyptian god, has been suggested. The name in that case would mean "worshipper of Sokar." Practically nothing is preserved of the personal history of this patriarch beyond his share in the common actions of the sons of Jacob. Four sons were born to him before Jacobs family removed to Egypt (Gen 46:13). In that land he died and was buried.
2. The Tribe:
At Sinai the tribe numbered 54,000 men of war over 20 years of age (Nu 1:29). At the end of the wanderings the numbers had grown to 64,300 (Nu 26:25). In the days of David, the Chronicler puts the figures at 87,000 (1 Ch 7:5). See NUMBERS. The place of Issachar in the desert-march was with the standard of the tribe of Judah (along with Zebulun) on the East side of the tabernacle (Nu 2:5), this group forming the van of the host (Nu 10:14 f). The rabbis say that this standard was of 3 colors, sardine, topaz and carbuncle, on which were inscribed the names of the 3 tribes, bearing the figure of a lions whelp (Tg, pseudo. Jon. on Nu 2:3). The captain of the tribe was Nethanel ben-Zuar (Nu 1:8, etc.). Later this place was held by Igal ben-Joseph, the tribal representative among the spies (Nu 13:7). The prince chosen from Issachar to assist in the division of the land was Paltiel ben-Azzan (Nu 34:26). The position of Issachar at the strange ceremony near Shechem was on Mt. Gerizim, "to bless the people" (Dt 27:12).
3. The Tribal Territory:
Sixteen cities of Issachar are mentioned in Josh 19:17 ff, but the only indications of boundaries are Tabor in the North and Jordan in the East. We gather elsewhere that the territory of this tribe marched on the North with Zebulun and Naphtali (19:11,33); on the West with Manasseh and possibly Asher (17:10); and on the South with Manasseh (17:11). It does not seem to have had any point of contact with the sea. The portion of Issachar, therefore, included the plain of Esdraelon, Tabor, the hill of Moreh, and the slopes East to the Jordan. The fortresses along the South edge of the plain were held by Manasseh. Tola, a man of Issachar, held Shamir, a stronghold in Mt. Ephraim (Jdg 10:1). To Manasseh was given Beth-shean with her "towns" (Josh 17:11). No reliable line can be drawn for the South border. The district thus indicated was small; but it embraced some of the most fruitful land in Israel. By the very riches of the soil Issachar was tempted. "He saw a resting-place that it was good, and the land that it was pleasant; and he bowed his shoulder to bear, and became a servant under taskwork" (Gen 49:15). "The mountain" in Dt 33:19 may possibly be Tabor, on which, most likely, there was an ancient sanctuary and place of pilgrimage. This would certainly be associated with a market, in which Issachar and Zebulun, the adjoining tribes, would be able to enrich themselves by trade with the pilgrims from afar. Issachar took part in the battle with Sisera (Jdg 5:15). To Israel Issachar gave one judge, Tola (Jdg 10:1), and two kings, Baasha and his son (1 Ki 15:27, etc.).
4. Men of Issachar:
Of the 200 "heads" of the men of Issachar who came to David at Hebron it is said that they were "men that had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do" (1 Ch 12:32). According to the Targum, this meant that they knew how to ascertain the periods of the sun and moon, the intercalation of months, the dates of solemn feasts, and could interpret the signs of the times. A company from Issachar came to the celebration of the Passover when it was restored by Hezekiah (2 Ch 30:18). Issachar has a portion assigned to him in Ezekiels ideal division of the land (Ezek 48:25); and he appears also in the list in Rev (7:7).
(2) A Korahite doorkeeper, the 7th son of Obededom (1 Ch 26:5).
W. Ewing
Easton
hired (Gen. 30:18). "God hath given me," said Leah, "my hire (Heb. sekhari)...and she called his name Issachar." He was Jacob's ninth son, and was born in Padan-aram (comp. 28:2). He had four sons at the going down into Egypt (46:13; Num. 26:23, 25). Issachar, Tribe of, during the journey through the wilderness, along with Judah and Zebulun (Num. 2:5), marched on the east of the tabernacle. This tribe contained 54,400 fighting men when the census was taken at Sinai. After the entrance into the Promised Land, this tribe was one of the six which stood on Gerizim during the ceremony of the blessing and cursing (Deut. 27:12). The allotment of Issachar is described in Josh. 19:17-23. It included the plain of Esdraelon (=Jezreel), which was and still is the richest portion of Palestine (Deut. 33:18, 19; 1 Chr. 12:40). The prophetic blessing pronounced by Jacob on Issachar corresponds with that of Moses (Gen. 49:14, 15; comp. Deut. 33:18, 19).
HDBN
reward; recompense
SBD
(reward ). I. The ninth son of Jacob and the fifth of Leah. ( Genesis 30:17 Genesis 30:18 ) (B.C. 1753-45) At the descent into Egypt four sons are ascribed to him, who founded the four chief families of the tribes. ( Genesis 46:13 ; Numbers 26:23 Numbers 26:25 ; 1 Chronicles 7:1 ) The number of the fighting men of Issachar, when taken in the census at Sinai, was 54,400. During the journey they seem to have steadily increased. The allotment of Issachar lay above that of Manasseh. ( Joshua 19:17-23 ) In the words of Josephus, "it extended in length from Carmel to the Jordan, in breadth to Mount Tabor." This territory was, as it still is, among the richest land in Palestine. It is this aspect of the territory of Issachar which appears to be alluded to in the blessing of Jacob. A Korhite Levite, one of the door-keepers of the house of Jehovah, seventh son of Obed-edom. ( 1 Chronicles 26:5 )
以蘭 IRAM
代表
創36:43
ISBE
i-ram (`iram; Septuagint variously in Gen): A "chief" of Edom (Gen 36:43 parallel 1 Ch 1:54).
Easton
citizen, chief of an Edomite tribe in Mount Seir (Gen. 36:43).
HDBN
the effusion of them; a high heap
SBD
(belonging to a city ), a leader of the Edomites, ( Genesis 36:43 ; 1 Chronicles 1:54 ) i.e. the chief of a family or tribe. No identification of him has been found.
以蘭 IRAN
代表
民26:36
以西結 EZEKIEL
代表
結1:3 代上24:16
Easton
God will strengthen. (1.) 1 Chr. 24:16, "Jehezekel." (2.) One of the great prophets, the son of Buzi the priest (Ezek. 1:3). He was one of the Jewish exiles who settled at Tel-Abib, on the banks of the Chebar, "in the land of the Chaldeans." He was probably carried away captive with Jehoiachin (1:2; 2 Kings 24:14-16) about B.C. 597. His prophetic call came to him "in the fifth year of Jehoiachin's captivity" (B.C. 594). He had a house in the place of his exile, where he lost his wife, in the ninth year of his exile, by some sudden and unforeseen stroke (Ezek. 8:1; 24:18). He held a prominent place among the exiles, and was frequently consulted by the elders (8:1; 11:25; 14:1; 20:1). His ministry extended over twenty-three years (29:17), B.C. 595-573, during part of which he was contemporary with Daniel (14:14; 28:3) and Jeremiah, and probably also with Obadiah. The time and manner of his death are unknown. His reputed tomb is pointed out in the neighbourhood of Bagdad, at a place called Keffil.
HDBN
the strength of God
以設 ESHEK
代表
代上8:39
ISBE
e-shek (`esheq, "oppressor"): A descendant of Jonathan, son of Saul, first king of Israel (1 Ch 8:39).
HDBN
violence
SBD
(oppression ), one of the late descendants of Saul. ( 1 Chronicles 8:39 )
以諾 ENOCH
代表
創4:17 創4:18 創5:21 創5:22 創5:23 創5:24
ISBE
e-nok (chanokh, "initiated"; Henoch):
(1) The eldest son of Cain (Gen 4:17,18).
(2) The son of Jared and father of Methuselah, seventh in descent from Adam in the line of Seth (Jude 1:14). He is said (Gen 5:23) to have lived 365 years, but the brief record of his life is comprised in the words, "Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him" (Gen 5:24). The expression "walked with God" denotes a devout life, lived in close communion with God, while the reference to his end has always been understood, as by the writer of He, to mean, "By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and he was not found, because God translated him" (Heb 11:5).
See further, APOCALYPTIC LITERATURE, sec. II, i, 1.
A. C. Grant
Easton
initiated. (1.) The eldest son of Cain (Gen. 4:17), who built a city east of Eden in the land of Nod, and called it "after the name of his son Enoch." This is the first "city" mentioned in Scripture. (2.) The son of Jared, and father of Methuselah (Gen. 5:21; Luke 3:37). His father was one hundred and sixty-two years old when he was born. After the birth of Methuselah, Enoch "walked with God three hundred years" (Gen. 5:22-24), when he was translated without tasting death. His whole life on earth was three hundred and sixty-five years. He was the "seventh from Adam" (Jude 1:14), as distinguished from the son of Cain, the third from Adam. He is spoken of in the catalogue of Old Testament worthies in the Epistle to the Hebrews (11:5). When he was translated, only Adam, so far as recorded, had as yet died a natural death, and Noah was not yet born. Mention is made of Enoch's prophesying only in Jude 1:14.
HDBN
dedicated; disciplined
SBD
(dedicated ). The eldest son of Cain, ( Genesis 4:17 ) who called after his name the city which he built. ( Genesis 4:18 ) (B.C. 3870.) The son of Jared and father of Methuselah. ( Genesis 5:21 ) ff.; Luke 3:37 (B.C. 3378-3013.) In the Epistle of Jude ( Jude 1:14 ) he described as "the seventh from Adam;" and the number is probably noticed as conveying the idea of divine completion and rest, while Enoch was himself a type of perfected humanity. After the birth of Methuselah it is said, ( Genesis 5:22-24 ) that Enoch "walked with God three hundred years... and he was not; for God took him." The phrase "walked with God" is elsewhere only used of Noah, ( Genesis 6:9 ) cf. Genesis17:1 etc., and is to be explained of a prophetic life spent in immediate converse with the spiritual world. Like Elijah, he was translated without seeing death. In the Epistle to the Hebrews the spring and issue of Enochs life are clearly marked. Both the Latin and Greek fathers commonly coupled Enoch and Elijah as historic witnesses of the possibility of a resurrection of the body and of a true human existence in glory. ( Revelation 11:3 )
以謝 EZER
代表
代上7:21 尼3:19 尼12:42
ISBE
e-zer (`ezer, "help"):
(1) A Horite chief (Gen 36:21; 1 Ch 1:38).
(2) A Judahite (1 Ch 4:4).
(3) An Ephraimite, slain by men of Gath (1 Ch 7:21).
(4) A Gadite who followed David while in exile on account of the wrath of Saul (1 Ch 12:9).
(5) One of those who under direction of Nehemiah repaired the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 3:19).
(6) A musician in one of the great companies appointed by Nehemiah to give thanks at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 12:42).
Easton
treasure. (1.) One of the sons of Seir, the native princes, "dukes," of Mount Hor (Gen. 36:21, 27). (2.) 1 Chr. 7:21; (3.) 4:4. (4.) One of the Gadite champions who repaired to David at Ziklag (12:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh. 3:19). (6.) A priest (12:42).
HDBN
a help
SBD
(treasure ). A son of Ephraim, who was slain by the aboriginal inhabitants of Gath while engaged in a foray on their cattle. ( 1 Chronicles 7:21 ) (B.C. before 1491.) A priest who assisted in the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem under Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 12:42 ) (B.C. 446.) Father of Hushah of the sons of Hur. ( 1 Chronicles 4:4 ) One of the Gadite chiefs who fought with David. ( 1 Chronicles 12:8 1 Chronicles 12:9 ) (B.C. 1054.) One who aided in repairing the wall at Jerusalem; a Levite. ( Nehemiah 3:19 )
以謝珥 EZER
代表
代上4:4
ISBE
e-zer (`ezer, "help"):
(1) A Horite chief (Gen 36:21; 1 Ch 1:38).
(2) A Judahite (1 Ch 4:4).
(3) An Ephraimite, slain by men of Gath (1 Ch 7:21).
(4) A Gadite who followed David while in exile on account of the wrath of Saul (1 Ch 12:9).
(5) One of those who under direction of Nehemiah repaired the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 3:19).
(6) A musician in one of the great companies appointed by Nehemiah to give thanks at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh 12:42).
Easton
treasure. (1.) One of the sons of Seir, the native princes, "dukes," of Mount Hor (Gen. 36:21, 27). (2.) 1 Chr. 7:21; (3.) 4:4. (4.) One of the Gadite champions who repaired to David at Ziklag (12:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh. 3:19). (6.) A priest (12:42).
HDBN
a help
SBD
(treasure ). A son of Ephraim, who was slain by the aboriginal inhabitants of Gath while engaged in a foray on their cattle. ( 1 Chronicles 7:21 ) (B.C. before 1491.) A priest who assisted in the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem under Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 12:42 ) (B.C. 446.) Father of Hushah of the sons of Hur. ( 1 Chronicles 4:4 ) One of the Gadite chiefs who fought with David. ( 1 Chronicles 12:8 1 Chronicles 12:9 ) (B.C. 1054.) One who aided in repairing the wall at Jerusalem; a Levite. ( Nehemiah 3:19 )
以賽亞 ISAIAH
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賽7:3 賽1:1 賽8:2 賽53:1 賽53:2 賽53:3 賽53:4 賽53:5 賽53:6 賽53:7 賽53:8 賽53:9 賽53:10 賽53:11 賽53:12 賽49:1 賽49:2 賽49:3 賽49:4 賽49:5 賽49:6 賽49:7 賽49:8 賽49:9 賽49:10 賽49:11 賽49:12 賽49:13 賽49:14 賽49:15 賽49:16 賽49:17 賽49:18 賽49:19 賽49:20 賽49:21 賽49:22 賽49:23 賽49:24 賽49:25
Easton
(Heb. Yesh'yahu, i.e., "the salvation of Jehovah"). (1.) The son of Amoz (Isa. 1:1; 2:1), who was apparently a man of humble rank. His wife was called "the prophetess" (8:3), either because she was endowed with the prophetic gift, like Deborah (Judg. 4:4) and Huldah (2 Kings 22:14-20), or simply because she was the wife of "the prophet" (Isa. 38:1). He had two sons, who bore symbolical names. He exercised the functions of his office during the reigns of Uzziah (or Azariah), Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (1:1). Uzziah reigned fifty-two years (B.C. 810-759), and Isaiah must have begun his career a few years before Uzziah's death, probably B.C. 762. He lived till the fourteenth year of Hezekiah, and in all likelihood outlived that monarch (who died B.C. 698), and may have been contemporary for some years with Manasseh. Thus Isaiah may have prophesied for the long period of at least sixty-four years. His first call to the prophetical office is not recorded. A second call came to him "in the year that King Uzziah died" (Isa. 6:1). He exercised his ministry in a spirit of uncompromising firmness and boldness in regard to all that bore on the interests of religion. He conceals nothing and keeps nothing back from fear of man. He was also noted for his spirituality and for his deep-toned reverence toward "the holy One of Israel." In early youth Isaiah must have been moved by the invasion of Israel by the Assyrian monarch Pul (q.v.), 2 Kings 15:19; and again, twenty years later, when he had already entered on his office, by the invasion of Tiglath-pileser and his career of conquest. Ahaz, king of Judah, at this crisis refused to co-operate with the kings of Israel and Syria in opposition to the Assyrians, and was on that account attacked and defeated by Rezin of Damascus and Pekah of Samaria (2 Kings 16:5; 2 Chr. 28:5, 6). Ahaz, thus humbled, sided with Assyria, and sought the aid of Tiglath-pileser against Israel and Syria. The consequence was that Rezin and Pekah were conquered and many of the people carried captive to Assyria (2 Kings 15:29; 16:9; 1 Chr. 5:26). Soon after this Shalmaneser determined wholly to subdue the kingdom of Israel. Samaria was taken and destroyed (B.C. 722). So long as Ahaz reigned, the kingdom of Judah was unmolested by the Assyrian power; but on his accession to the throne, Hezekiah (B.C. 726), who "rebelled against the king of Assyria" (2 Kings 18:7), in which he was encouraged by Isaiah, who exhorted the people to place all their dependence on Jehovah (Isa. 10:24; 37:6), entered into an alliance with the king of Egypt (Isa. 30:2-4). This led the king of Assyria to threaten the king of Judah, and at length to invade the land. Sennacherib (B.C. 701) led a powerful army into Palestine. Hezekiah was reduced to despair, and submitted to the Assyrians (2 Kings 18:14-16). But after a brief interval war broke out again, and again Sennacherib (q.v.) led an army into Palestine, one detachment of which threatened Jerusalem (Isa. 36:2-22; 37:8). Isaiah on that occasion encouraged Hezekiah to resist the Assyrians (37:1-7), whereupon Sennacherib sent a threatening letter to Hezekiah, which he "spread before the Lord" (37:14). The judgement of God now fell on the Assyrian host. "Like Xerxes in Greece, Sennacherib never recovered from the shock of the disaster in Judah. He made no more expeditions against either Southern Palestine or Egypt." The remaining years of Hezekiah's reign were peaceful (2 Chr. 32:23, 27-29). Isaiah probably lived to its close, and possibly into the reign of Manasseh, but the time and manner of his death are unknown. There is a tradition that he suffered martyrdom in the heathen reaction in the time of Manasseh (q.v.). (2.) One of the heads of the singers in the time of David (1 Chr. 25:3,15, "Jeshaiah"). (3.) A Levite (1 Chr. 26:25). (4.) Ezra 8:7. (5.) Neh. 11:7.
HDBN
the salvation of the Lord
SBD
the prophet, son of Amoz. The Hebrew name signifies Salvation of Jahu (a shortened form of Jehovah), He prophesied concerning Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah, kings of Judah, ( Isaiah 1:1 ) covering probably 758 to 698 B.C. He was married and had two sons. Rabbinical tradition says that Isaiah, when 90 years old, was sawn asunder in the trunk of a carob tree by order of Manasseh, to which it is supposed that reference is made in ( Hebrews 11:37 )
以路 IRU
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代上4:15
ISBE
i-roo (`iru): Eldest son of Caleb (1 Ch 4:15); probably to be read Ir, the syllable "-u" being the conjunction "and" belonging to the following word.
SBD
(watch ), the eldest son of the great Caleb son of Jephunneh. ( 1 Chronicles 4:15 ) (B.C. 1451.)
以迦 IGAL
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民13:7 代上3:22 撒下23:36 代上11:38
ISBE
i-gal (yighal, "he (God) redeems"; Septuagint variously Igal, Gaal, Ieol):
(1) One of the twelve spies sent by Moses from the wilderness of Paran; son of Joseph, tribe of Issachar (Nu 13:7).
(2) One of Davids heroes, son of Nathan of Zobah (2 Sam 23:36). In 1 Ch 11:38 he is "Joel (yoel), the brother of Nathan."
(3) Son of Shemaiah of the royal house of David, descendant of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:22, the King James Version "Igeal").
Easton
avengers. (1.) Num. 13:7, one of the spies of the tribe of Issachar. (2.) Son of Nathan of Zobah, and one of David's warriors (2 Sam. 23:36). (3.) 1 Chr. 3:22.
HDBN
redeemed; defiled
SBD
(whom God will avenge ). One of the spies, son of Joseph, of the tribe of Issachar. ( Numbers 13:7 ) (B.C. 1490.) One of the heroes of Davids guard, son of Nathan of Zobah. ( 2 Samuel 23:36 ) (B.C. 1046.)
以迦博 ICHABOD
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撒上4:21
ISBE
ik-a-bod, i-ka-bod (i-kha-bhodh, "inglorious"; Codex Vaticanus, ouai barchaboth; Codex Alexandrinus, ouai chaboth, Atimos): Son of Phinehas, Elis son, slain at the battle of Aphek when the ark was taken. Ichabod was born after his fathers death. His mother gave him this name on her death-bed to indicate that the "glory (had) departed from Israel" (1 Sam 4:19 ff). He was thus important as a symbol, though little is recorded of him as an individual. His nephew Ahijah was one of those who tarried with Saul and the six hundred at Gibeah just before Jonathans brave attack upon the Philistines (1 Sam 14:2 f).
Henry Wallace
Easton
When the tidings of the disastrous defeat of the Israelites in the battle against the Philistines near to Mizpeh were carried to Shiloh, the wife of Phinehas "was near to be delivered. And when she heard the tidings that the ark of God was taken, and that her father-in-law and her husband were dead, she bowed herself and travailed" (1 Sam. 4:19-22). In her great distress she regarded not "the women that stood by her," but named the child that was born "Ichabod" i.e., no glory, saying, "The glory is departed from Isreal;" and with that word on her lips she expired.
HDBN
where is the glory? or
SBD
(inglorious ), the son of Phinehas and grandson of Eli. ( 1 Samuel 4:21 ) (B.C. about 1100.)


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