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哈拿尼 HANANI
代表
代上25:4 代上25:25 王上16:1 王上16:2 王上16:3 王上16:4 王上16:5 王上16:6 王上16:7 代下16:7 代下16:8 代下16:9 代下16:10 代下19:2 代下20:34 拉10:30 尼1:2 尼7:2 尼12:36
ISBE
ha-na-ni (chanani, "gracious"):
(1) A musician and son of Heman, Davids seer, and head of one of the courses of the temple service (1 Ch 25:4,25).
(2) A seer, the father of Jehu. He was cast into prison for his courage in rebuking Asa for relying on Syria (1 Ki 16:1,7; 2 Ch 19:2; 20:34).
(3) A priest, of the sons of Immer, who had married a foreign wife (Ezr 10:20).
(4) A brother or kinsman of Nehemiah who carried news of the condition of the Jews in Israel to Susa and became one of the governors of Jerusalem (Neh 1:2; 7:2).
(5) A priest and chief musician who took part in the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh 12:36).
Byron H. Dement
Easton
God has gratified me, or is gracious. (1.) One of the sons of Heman (1 Chr. 25:4, 25). (2.) A prophet who was sent to rebuke king Asa for entering into a league with Benhadad I., king of Syria, against Judah (2 Chr. 16:1-10). He was probably the father of the prophet Jehu (1 Kings 16:7). (3.) Probably a brother of Nehemiah (Neh. 1:2; 7:2), who reported to him the melancholy condition of Jerusalem. Nehemiah afterwards appointed him to have charge of the city gates.
HDBN
my grace; my mercy
SBD
(gracious ). One of the sons of Heman, and head of the eighteenth course of the service. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:25 ) A seer who rebuked (B.C. 941) Asa king of Judah. ( 2 Chronicles 16:7 ) For this he was imprisoned. ver. 10 He or another Hanani was the father of Jehu the seer, who testified against Baasha, ( 1 Kings 16:1 1 Kings 16:7 ) and Jehoshaphat. ( 2 Chronicles 19:2 ; 20:34 ) One of the priests who in the time of Ezra had taken strange wives. ( Ezra 10:20 ) A brother of Nehemiah, ( Nehemiah 1:2 ) who was made governor of Jerusalem under Nehemiah. Ch. ( Nehemiah 7:2 ) A priest mentioned in ( Nehemiah 12:36 )
哈拿尼亞 HANANIAH
代表
耶37:13
ISBE
han-a-ni-a (chananyahu, chananyah; Ananias; also with aspirate, "Yahweh hath been gracious"): This was a common name in Israel for many centuries.
(1) A Benjamite (1 Ch 8:24).
(2) A captain of Uzziahs army (2 Ch 26:11).
(3) Father of one of the princes under Jehoiakim (Jer 36:12).
(4) One of the sons of Heman and leader of the 16th division of Davids musicians (1 Ch 25:4,23).
(5) Grandfather of the officer of the guard which apprehended Jeremiah on a charge of desertion (Jer 37:13).
(6) A false prophet of Gibeon, son of Azzur, who opposed Jeremiah, predicting that the yoke of Babylon would be broken in two years, and that the king, the people and the vessels of the temple would be brought back to Jerusalem. Jeremiah would be glad if it should be so, nevertheless it would not be. The question then arose, Which is right, Jeremiah or Hananiah? Jeremiah claimed that he was right because he was in accordance with all the great prophets of the past who prophesied evil and their words came true. Therefore his words are more likely to be true. The prophet of good, however, must wait to have his prophecy fulfilled before he can be accredited. Hananiah took off the yoke from Jeremiah and broke it in pieces, symbolic of the breaking of the power of Babylon. Jeremiah was seemingly beaten, retired and received a message from Yahweh that the bar of wood would become a bar of iron, and that Hananiah would die during the year because he had spoken rebellion against Yahweh (Jer 28 passim).
(7) One of Daniels companions in Babylon whose name was changed to Shadrach (Dan 1:7,11,19).
(8) A son of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:19,21).
(9) A Levite, one of the sons of Bebai, one of those who married foreign wives (Ezr 10:28; 1 Esdras 9:29).
(10) One of the perfumers (the King James Version "apothecaries") who wrought in rebuilding the wall under Nehemiah (Neh 3:8).
(11) One who helped to repair the wall above the horse gate (Neh 3:30). This may be the same person as number 10.
(12) A governor of the castle, i.e. the birah or fortress, and by Nehemiah placed in charge of the whole city of Jerusalem, because "he was a faithful man, and feared God above many" (Neh 7:2).
(13) One of those who sealed the covenant under Nehemiah (Neh 10:23); a Levite.
(14) A priest who was present at the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh 12:12,41).
J. J. Reeve
Easton
Jehovah has given. (1.) A chief of the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:24). (2.) One of the sons of Heman (1 Chr. 25:4,23). (3.) One of Uzziah's military officers (2 Chr. 26:11). (4.) Grandfather of the captain who arrested Jeremiah (Jer. 37:13). (5.) Jer. 36:12. (6.) Neh. 10:23. (7.) Shadrach, one of the "three Hebrew children" (Dan. 1; 6:7). (8.) Son of Zerubbabel (1 Chr. 3:19, 21). (9.) Ezra 10:28. (10.) The "ruler of the palace; he was a faithful man, and feared God above many" (Neh. 7:2). (11.) Neh. 3:8. (12.) Neh. 3:30 (13.) A priest, son of Jeremiah (Neh. 12:12). (14.) A false prophet contemporary with Jeremiah (28:3, 17).
HDBN
grace; mercy; gift of the Lord
SBD
(gift of God). One of the fourteen sons of Heman, and chief of the sixteenth course of singers. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:5 1 Chronicles 25:23 ) (B.C. 1014.) A general in the army of King Uzziah. ( 2 Chronicles 26:11 ) Father of Zedekiah, in the reign of Jehoiakim. (B.C. before 605.) Son of Azur, a Benjamite of Gibeon and a false prophet in the reign of Zedekiah king of Judah. In the fourth year of his reign, B.C. 595, Hananiah withstood Jeremiah the prophet, and publicly prophesied in the temple that within two years Jeconiah and all his fellow captives with the vessels of the Lords house, should be brought back to Jerusalem. ( Jeremiah 28:1 ) ... Hananiah corroborated his prophecy by taking from off the neck of Jeremiah the yoke which he wore by divine command. ( Jeremiah 27:1 ) ... and breaking it. But Jeremiah was bidden to go tell Hananiah that for the wooden yokes which he had broken he should make yokes of iron, so firm was the dominion of Babylon destined to he for seventy years. The prophet Jeremiah added to this rebuke the prediction of Hananiahs death, the fulfillment of which closes the history of this false prophet. Grandfather of Irijah, the captain of the ward at the gate of Benjamin who arrested Jeremiah on the charge of deserting to the Chaldeans. ( Jeremiah 37:13 ) (B.C. before 589.) Head of a Benjamite house. ( 1 Chronicles 8:24 ) The Hebrew name of Shadrach. He was of the house of David, according to Jewish tradition ( Daniel 1:3 Daniel 1:6 Daniel 1:7 Daniel 1:11 Daniel 1:19 ; 2:17 ) Son of Zerubbabel, ( 1 Chronicles 3:19 ) from whom Christ derived his descent. He is the same person who is by St. Luke called Joanna. (B.C. after 536.) One of the sons of Bebai who returned with Ezra from Babylon ( Ezra 10:28 ) (B.C. 459.) A priest, one of the makers of the sacred ointments and incense, who built a portion of the wall of Jerusalem in the days of Nehemiah. Head of the priestly course of Jeremiah in the days of Joiakim. ( Nehemiah 12:12 ) (B.C. 610.) Ruler of the palace at Jerusalem under Nehemiah. The arrangements for guarding the gates of Jerusalem were intrusted to him with Hanani the Tirshathas brother. ( Nehemiah 7:2 Nehemiah 7:3 ) (B.C. 446.) An Israelite. ( Nehemiah 10:23 )
哈拿尼雅 HANANIAH
代表
代上8:24 代下26:11 耶36:12 代上25:4 代上25:33 耶37:13 耶28: 1 耶28:2 耶28:3 耶28:4 耶28:5 耶28:6 耶28:7 耶28:8 耶28:9 耶28:10 耶28:11 耶28:12 耶28:13 耶28:14 耶28:15 耶28:16 耶28:17 但1:7 但1:11 但1:19 代上3:19 代上3:21 拉10:28 尼3:8 尼3:30 尼7:2 尼10:23 尼12:12
ISBE
han-a-ni-a (chananyahu, chananyah; Ananias; also with aspirate, "Yahweh hath been gracious"): This was a common name in Israel for many centuries.
(1) A Benjamite (1 Ch 8:24).
(2) A captain of Uzziahs army (2 Ch 26:11).
(3) Father of one of the princes under Jehoiakim (Jer 36:12).
(4) One of the sons of Heman and leader of the 16th division of Davids musicians (1 Ch 25:4,23).
(5) Grandfather of the officer of the guard which apprehended Jeremiah on a charge of desertion (Jer 37:13).
(6) A false prophet of Gibeon, son of Azzur, who opposed Jeremiah, predicting that the yoke of Babylon would be broken in two years, and that the king, the people and the vessels of the temple would be brought back to Jerusalem. Jeremiah would be glad if it should be so, nevertheless it would not be. The question then arose, Which is right, Jeremiah or Hananiah? Jeremiah claimed that he was right because he was in accordance with all the great prophets of the past who prophesied evil and their words came true. Therefore his words are more likely to be true. The prophet of good, however, must wait to have his prophecy fulfilled before he can be accredited. Hananiah took off the yoke from Jeremiah and broke it in pieces, symbolic of the breaking of the power of Babylon. Jeremiah was seemingly beaten, retired and received a message from Yahweh that the bar of wood would become a bar of iron, and that Hananiah would die during the year because he had spoken rebellion against Yahweh (Jer 28 passim).
(7) One of Daniels companions in Babylon whose name was changed to Shadrach (Dan 1:7,11,19).
(8) A son of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:19,21).
(9) A Levite, one of the sons of Bebai, one of those who married foreign wives (Ezr 10:28; 1 Esdras 9:29).
(10) One of the perfumers (the King James Version "apothecaries") who wrought in rebuilding the wall under Nehemiah (Neh 3:8).
(11) One who helped to repair the wall above the horse gate (Neh 3:30). This may be the same person as number 10.
(12) A governor of the castle, i.e. the birah or fortress, and by Nehemiah placed in charge of the whole city of Jerusalem, because "he was a faithful man, and feared God above many" (Neh 7:2).
(13) One of those who sealed the covenant under Nehemiah (Neh 10:23); a Levite.
(14) A priest who was present at the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh 12:12,41).
J. J. Reeve
Easton
Jehovah has given. (1.) A chief of the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:24). (2.) One of the sons of Heman (1 Chr. 25:4,23). (3.) One of Uzziah's military officers (2 Chr. 26:11). (4.) Grandfather of the captain who arrested Jeremiah (Jer. 37:13). (5.) Jer. 36:12. (6.) Neh. 10:23. (7.) Shadrach, one of the "three Hebrew children" (Dan. 1; 6:7). (8.) Son of Zerubbabel (1 Chr. 3:19, 21). (9.) Ezra 10:28. (10.) The "ruler of the palace; he was a faithful man, and feared God above many" (Neh. 7:2). (11.) Neh. 3:8. (12.) Neh. 3:30 (13.) A priest, son of Jeremiah (Neh. 12:12). (14.) A false prophet contemporary with Jeremiah (28:3, 17).
HDBN
grace; mercy; gift of the Lord
SBD
(gift of God). One of the fourteen sons of Heman, and chief of the sixteenth course of singers. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:5 1 Chronicles 25:23 ) (B.C. 1014.) A general in the army of King Uzziah. ( 2 Chronicles 26:11 ) Father of Zedekiah, in the reign of Jehoiakim. (B.C. before 605.) Son of Azur, a Benjamite of Gibeon and a false prophet in the reign of Zedekiah king of Judah. In the fourth year of his reign, B.C. 595, Hananiah withstood Jeremiah the prophet, and publicly prophesied in the temple that within two years Jeconiah and all his fellow captives with the vessels of the Lords house, should be brought back to Jerusalem. ( Jeremiah 28:1 ) ... Hananiah corroborated his prophecy by taking from off the neck of Jeremiah the yoke which he wore by divine command. ( Jeremiah 27:1 ) ... and breaking it. But Jeremiah was bidden to go tell Hananiah that for the wooden yokes which he had broken he should make yokes of iron, so firm was the dominion of Babylon destined to he for seventy years. The prophet Jeremiah added to this rebuke the prediction of Hananiahs death, the fulfillment of which closes the history of this false prophet. Grandfather of Irijah, the captain of the ward at the gate of Benjamin who arrested Jeremiah on the charge of deserting to the Chaldeans. ( Jeremiah 37:13 ) (B.C. before 589.) Head of a Benjamite house. ( 1 Chronicles 8:24 ) The Hebrew name of Shadrach. He was of the house of David, according to Jewish tradition ( Daniel 1:3 Daniel 1:6 Daniel 1:7 Daniel 1:11 Daniel 1:19 ; 2:17 ) Son of Zerubbabel, ( 1 Chronicles 3:19 ) from whom Christ derived his descent. He is the same person who is by St. Luke called Joanna. (B.C. after 536.) One of the sons of Bebai who returned with Ezra from Babylon ( Ezra 10:28 ) (B.C. 459.) A priest, one of the makers of the sacred ointments and incense, who built a portion of the wall of Jerusalem in the days of Nehemiah. Head of the priestly course of Jeremiah in the days of Joiakim. ( Nehemiah 12:12 ) (B.C. 610.) Ruler of the palace at Jerusalem under Nehemiah. The arrangements for guarding the gates of Jerusalem were intrusted to him with Hanani the Tirshathas brother. ( Nehemiah 7:2 Nehemiah 7:3 ) (B.C. 446.) An Israelite. ( Nehemiah 10:23 )
哈拿蔑 HANANIAH
代表
耶32:7 耶32:8 耶32:9 耶32:12
ISBE
han-a-ni-a (chananyahu, chananyah; Ananias; also with aspirate, "Yahweh hath been gracious"): This was a common name in Israel for many centuries.
(1) A Benjamite (1 Ch 8:24).
(2) A captain of Uzziahs army (2 Ch 26:11).
(3) Father of one of the princes under Jehoiakim (Jer 36:12).
(4) One of the sons of Heman and leader of the 16th division of Davids musicians (1 Ch 25:4,23).
(5) Grandfather of the officer of the guard which apprehended Jeremiah on a charge of desertion (Jer 37:13).
(6) A false prophet of Gibeon, son of Azzur, who opposed Jeremiah, predicting that the yoke of Babylon would be broken in two years, and that the king, the people and the vessels of the temple would be brought back to Jerusalem. Jeremiah would be glad if it should be so, nevertheless it would not be. The question then arose, Which is right, Jeremiah or Hananiah? Jeremiah claimed that he was right because he was in accordance with all the great prophets of the past who prophesied evil and their words came true. Therefore his words are more likely to be true. The prophet of good, however, must wait to have his prophecy fulfilled before he can be accredited. Hananiah took off the yoke from Jeremiah and broke it in pieces, symbolic of the breaking of the power of Babylon. Jeremiah was seemingly beaten, retired and received a message from Yahweh that the bar of wood would become a bar of iron, and that Hananiah would die during the year because he had spoken rebellion against Yahweh (Jer 28 passim).
(7) One of Daniels companions in Babylon whose name was changed to Shadrach (Dan 1:7,11,19).
(8) A son of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:19,21).
(9) A Levite, one of the sons of Bebai, one of those who married foreign wives (Ezr 10:28; 1 Esdras 9:29).
(10) One of the perfumers (the King James Version "apothecaries") who wrought in rebuilding the wall under Nehemiah (Neh 3:8).
(11) One who helped to repair the wall above the horse gate (Neh 3:30). This may be the same person as number 10.
(12) A governor of the castle, i.e. the birah or fortress, and by Nehemiah placed in charge of the whole city of Jerusalem, because "he was a faithful man, and feared God above many" (Neh 7:2).
(13) One of those who sealed the covenant under Nehemiah (Neh 10:23); a Levite.
(14) A priest who was present at the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh 12:12,41).
J. J. Reeve
Easton
Jehovah has given. (1.) A chief of the tribe of Benjamin (1 Chr. 8:24). (2.) One of the sons of Heman (1 Chr. 25:4,23). (3.) One of Uzziah's military officers (2 Chr. 26:11). (4.) Grandfather of the captain who arrested Jeremiah (Jer. 37:13). (5.) Jer. 36:12. (6.) Neh. 10:23. (7.) Shadrach, one of the "three Hebrew children" (Dan. 1; 6:7). (8.) Son of Zerubbabel (1 Chr. 3:19, 21). (9.) Ezra 10:28. (10.) The "ruler of the palace; he was a faithful man, and feared God above many" (Neh. 7:2). (11.) Neh. 3:8. (12.) Neh. 3:30 (13.) A priest, son of Jeremiah (Neh. 12:12). (14.) A false prophet contemporary with Jeremiah (28:3, 17).
HDBN
grace; mercy; gift of the Lord
SBD
(gift of God). One of the fourteen sons of Heman, and chief of the sixteenth course of singers. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:5 1 Chronicles 25:23 ) (B.C. 1014.) A general in the army of King Uzziah. ( 2 Chronicles 26:11 ) Father of Zedekiah, in the reign of Jehoiakim. (B.C. before 605.) Son of Azur, a Benjamite of Gibeon and a false prophet in the reign of Zedekiah king of Judah. In the fourth year of his reign, B.C. 595, Hananiah withstood Jeremiah the prophet, and publicly prophesied in the temple that within two years Jeconiah and all his fellow captives with the vessels of the Lords house, should be brought back to Jerusalem. ( Jeremiah 28:1 ) ... Hananiah corroborated his prophecy by taking from off the neck of Jeremiah the yoke which he wore by divine command. ( Jeremiah 27:1 ) ... and breaking it. But Jeremiah was bidden to go tell Hananiah that for the wooden yokes which he had broken he should make yokes of iron, so firm was the dominion of Babylon destined to he for seventy years. The prophet Jeremiah added to this rebuke the prediction of Hananiahs death, the fulfillment of which closes the history of this false prophet. Grandfather of Irijah, the captain of the ward at the gate of Benjamin who arrested Jeremiah on the charge of deserting to the Chaldeans. ( Jeremiah 37:13 ) (B.C. before 589.) Head of a Benjamite house. ( 1 Chronicles 8:24 ) The Hebrew name of Shadrach. He was of the house of David, according to Jewish tradition ( Daniel 1:3 Daniel 1:6 Daniel 1:7 Daniel 1:11 Daniel 1:19 ; 2:17 ) Son of Zerubbabel, ( 1 Chronicles 3:19 ) from whom Christ derived his descent. He is the same person who is by St. Luke called Joanna. (B.C. after 536.) One of the sons of Bebai who returned with Ezra from Babylon ( Ezra 10:28 ) (B.C. 459.) A priest, one of the makers of the sacred ointments and incense, who built a portion of the wall of Jerusalem in the days of Nehemiah. Head of the priestly course of Jeremiah in the days of Joiakim. ( Nehemiah 12:12 ) (B.C. 610.) Ruler of the palace at Jerusalem under Nehemiah. The arrangements for guarding the gates of Jerusalem were intrusted to him with Hanani the Tirshathas brother. ( Nehemiah 7:2 Nehemiah 7:3 ) (B.C. 446.) An Israelite. ( Nehemiah 10:23 )
哈提法 HATIPHA
代表
拉2:54 尼7:56
ISBE
ha-ti-fa, hat-i-fa (chaTipha, "taken," "captive" (?)): The ancestral head of a family of Nethinim that returned from Babylon (Ezr 2:54; Neh 7:56 = "Atipha," 1 Esdras 5:32).
Easton
captured, one of the Nethinim (Ezra 2:54).
SBD
(captive ). Bene-Hatipha (i.e. sons of Hatipha) were among the Nethinim who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:54 ; Nehemiah 7:56 ) (B.C. 536.)
哈摩利吉 HAMMOLEKETH
代表
代上17:18
Easton
the queen, the daughter of Machir and sister of Gilead (1 Chr. 7:17, 18). Abiezer was one of her three children.
SBD
(the queen ), a daughter of Machir and sister of Gilead. ( 1 Chronicles 7:17 1 Chronicles 7:18 ) (B.C. between 1706 and 1491.)
哈撒底 HASADIAH
代表
代上3:20
ISBE
has-a-di-a (chacadhyah, "Yah is kind"): A son of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:20). In Baruch 1:1 the Greek is Asadias.
Easton
favoured by Jehovah, one of the sons of Pedaiah (1 Chr. 3:20), of the royal line of David.
HDBN
the mercy of the Lord
SBD
(loved by Jehovah ) one of a group of five persons among the descendants of the royal line of Judah, ( 1 Chronicles 3:20 ) apparently sons of Zerubbabel. (B.C. about 536.)
哈斯拉 HASRAH
代表
代下34:22 王下22:14
ISBE
haz-ra, has-ra (chacrah): Grandfather of Shallum, who was the husband of Huldah the prophetess (2 Ch 34:22). In 2 Ki 22:14, HARHAS (which see).
Easton
poverty, "keeper of the wardrobe," i.e., of the sacerdotal vestments (2 Chr. 34:22); called Harhas 2 Kings 22:14. He was husband of the prophetess Huldah.
HDBN
wanting
SBD
(very poor ), the form in which the name Harhas is given in ( 2 Chronicles 34:22 ) comp. 2Kin 22:14
哈曼 HAMAN
代表
斯3:1 斯3:5 斯3:6 斯3:7 斯3:8 斯3:9 斯3:10 斯3:11 斯3:12 斯3:13 斯3:14 斯3:15 斯7:10 斯9:12
ISBE
ha-man (haman; Haman): A Persian noble and vizier of the empire under Xerxes. He was the enemy of Mordecai, the cousin of Esther. Mordecai, being a Jew, was unable to prostrate himself before the great official and to render to him the adoration which was due to him in accordance with Persian custom. Hamans wrath was so inflamed that one mans life seemed too mean a sacrifice, and he resolved that Mordecais nation should perish with him. This was the cause of Hamans downfall and death. A ridiculous notion, which, though widely accepted, has no better foundation than a rabbinic suggestion or guess, represents him as a descendant of Agag, the king of Amalek, who was slain by Samuel. But the language of Scripture (1 Sam 15:33) indicates that when Agag fell, he was the last of his house. Besides, why should his descendants, if any existed, be called Agagites and not Amalekites? Sauls posterity are in no case termed Saulites, but Benjamites or Israelites. But the basis of this theory has been swept away by recent discovery. Agag was a territory adjacent to that of Media. In an inscription found at Khorsabad, Sargon, the father of Sennacherib, says: "Thirty-four districts of Media I conquered and I added them to the domain of Assyria: I imposed upon them an annual tribute of horses. The country of Agazi (Agag) .... I ravaged, I wasted, I burned." It may be added that the name of Haman is not Hebrew, neither is that of Hammedatha his father. "The name of Haman," writes M. Oppert, the distinguished Assyriologist, "as well as that of his father, belongs to the Medo-Persian."
John Urquhart
Easton
(of Persian origin), magnificent, the name of the vizier (i.e., the prime minister) of the Persian king Ahasuerus (Esther 3:1, etc.). He is called an "Agagite," which seems to denote that he was descended from the royal family of the Amalekites, the bitterest enemies of the Jews, as Agag was one of the titles of the Amalekite kings. He or his parents were brought to Persia as captives taken in war. He was hanged on the gallows which he had erected for Mordecai the Jew (Esther 7:10). (See ESTHER
HDBN
noise; tumult
SBD
(magnificent ), the chief minister or vizier of King Ahasuerus. ( Esther 3:1 ) (B.C. 473.) After the failure of his attempt to cut off all the Jews in the Persian empire, he was hanged on the gallows which he had erected for Mordecai. The Targum and Josephus interpret the inscription of him--the Agagite --as signifying that he was of Amalekitish descent. The Jews hiss whenever his name is mentioned on the day of Purim.
哈替 HATTIL
代表
拉2:55 拉2:57 尼7:59
ISBE
hat-il (chaTTil): A company of servants of Solomon appearing in the post-exilic literature (Ezr 2:57; Neh 7:59). Same called "Agia" in 1 Esdras 5:34.
HDBN
howling for sin
哈末 HEMATH
代表
代上2:55
ISBE
he-math.
See HAMMATH (1 Ch 2:55).
Easton
a Kenite (1 Chr. 2:55), the father of the house of Rechab.
SBD
(heat ), a person or place named in the genealogical lists of Judah, as the origin of the Kenites, and the "father" of the house of Rechab. ( 1 Chronicles 2:55 ) (B.C. 1445.)
哈歇斯 HAKKOZ
代表
代上24:10 拉2:61 拉2:63 尼7:62 尼7:64 代上4:8
ISBE
hak-oz (haqqots, or ha-qots, "the nimble"):
(1) A priest and chief of the 7th course of Aarons sons selected by David (1 Ch 24:10). According to Ezr 2:61; Neh 3:4,21; 7:63, his descendants returned with Zerubbabel from the captivity. But the King James Version considers the name in Ezra and Nehemiah as having the article prefixed, hence renders "Koz."
(2) One of Judahs descendants (1 Ch 4:8).
Easton
the thorn, the head of one of the courses of the priests (1 Chr. 24:10).
HDBN
a thorn; summer; an end
SBD
(thorn ), a priest, the chief of the seventh course in the service of the sanctuary, as appointed by David. ( 1 Chronicles 24:10 ) In ( Ezra 2:61 ) and Nehe 3:4,21 the name occurs again as Koz in the Authorized Version.
哈母利 HAMUEL
代表
代上4:26
ISBE
ham-u-el, ha-mu-el.
See HAMMUEL.
SBD
(heat , i.e. wrath, of God ), a man of Simeon, of the family of Shaul. ( 1 Chronicles 4:26 )
哈母勒 HAMUL
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創46:12 民26:21 代上2:5
ISBE
ha-mul (chamul, "pitied," "spared"): A son of Perez, and head of one of the clans of Judah (Gen 46:12; 1 Ch 2:5; Nu 26:21). His descendants were called Hamulites.
Easton
spared, one of the sons of Pharez, son of Judah (1 Chr. 2:5). His descendants are called Hamulites (Num. 26:21).
HDBN
godly; merciful
SBD
(pitied ), the younger son of Pharez, Judahs son by Tamar. ( Genesis 46:12 ; 1 Chronicles 2:5 ) (B.C. between 1706-1688.)
哈沙 HARSHA
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拉2:52 尼7:54
ISBE
har-sha (charsha): Head of one of the families of the Nethinim (Ezr 2:52; Neh 7:54); 1 Esdras 5:32, "Charea."
Easton
worker or enchanter, one of the Nethinim (Ezra 2:52; Neh. 7:54).
HDBN
workmanship; a wood
SBD
(deaf ). Bene-Harsha were among the families of Nethinim who came back from Babylon with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:52 ; Nehemiah 7:54 )
哈沙尼 HASHABNIAH
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尼3:10 尼9:5
Easton
(1.) Neh. 3:10. (2.) One of the Levites whom Ezra appointed to interpret the law to the people (Neh. 9:5).
SBD
(whom Jehovah regards ). Father of Hattush. ( Nehemiah 3:10 ) A Levite who was among those who officiated at the great fast under Ezra and Nehemiah when the covenant was sealed. ( Nehemiah 9:5 ) (B.C. 410.)
哈沙拿 HASHABNAH
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尼10:25
ISBE
ha-shab-na (chashabhnah): One who helped to seal the covenant under Nehemiah (Neh 10:25).
HDBN
Hashabniah
SBD
(whom Jehovah regards ), one of the chief of the "people" who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 10:25 ) (B.C. 410.)
哈沙比雅 HASHABIAH
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代上6:45 代上9:14 尼11:15 代上25:3 代上25:19 代上26:30 代上27:17 代下35:9 拉8:19 拉8:24 尼10:11 尼12:24 尼3:17 尼11:22 尼12:21
ISBE
hash-a-bi-a (chashabhyah):
(1) Two Levites of the family of Merari (1 Ch 6:45; 9:14).
(2) A Levite who dwelt in Jerusalem at the time of Nehemiah (Neh 11:15).
(3) A son of Jeduthun (1 Ch 25:3).
(4) A Hebronite, chief of a clan of warriors who had charge of West Jordan in the interests of Yahweh and the king of Israel (1 Ch 26:30).
(5) A Levite who was a "ruler" (1 Ch 27:17).
(6) One of the Levite chiefs in the time of Josiah, who gave liberally toward the sacrifices (2 Ch 35:9). In 1 Esdras 1:9 it is "Sabias."
(7) A Levite whom Ezra induced to return from exile with him (Ezr 8:19). 1 Esdras 8:48 has "Asebias."
(8) One of the twelve priests set apart by Ezra to take care of the gold, the silver, and the vessels of the temple on their return from exile (Ezr 8:24; 1 Esdras 8:54, "Assamias").
(9) Ruler of half of the district of "Keilah," who helped to repair the walls under Nehemiah (Neh 3:17), and also helped to seal the covenant (Neh 10:11; 12:24).
(10) A Levite (Neh 11:22).
(11) A priest (Neh 12:21).
J. J. Reeve
Easton
regarded by Jehovah. (1.) Merarite Levite (1 Chr. 6:45; 9:14). (2.) A son of Jeduthun (25:3, 19). (3.) Son of Kemuel (26:30). (4.) One of the chief Levites (2 Chr. 35:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh. 11:22). (6.) One of the chief priests in the time of Ezra (Ezra 8:24). (7.) A chief of the Levites (Neh. 12:24). (8.) Ezra 8:19. (9.) Neh. 3:17.
HDBN
the estimation of the Lord
SBD
(whom God regards ). A Merarite Levite. ( 1 Chronicles 6:45 ) Another Merarite Levite. ( 1 Chronicles 9:14 ) The fourth of the six sons of Jeduthun, ( 1 Chronicles 25:3 ) who had charge of the twelfth course. ver. 19. (B.C. 1014.) One of the descendants of Hebron the son of Kohath- ( 1 Chronicles 26:30 ) The son of Kemuel, who was prince of the tribe of Levi in the time of David ( 1 Chronicles 27:17 ) (B.C. 1014.) A Levite one of the "chiefs" of his tribe, who officiated for King Josiah at his great Passover feast. ( 2 Chronicles 35:9 ) (B.C. 623). A Merarite Levite who accompanied Ezra from Babylon. ( Ezra 8:19 ) One of the chiefs of the priests who formed part of the same caravan. ( Ezra 8:24 ) (B.C. 536.) Ruler of half the circuit or environs of Keilah; he repaired a portion of the wall of Jerusalem under Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 3:17 ) (B.C. 446.) One of the Levites who sealed the covenant of reformation after the return from the captivity. ( Nehemiah 10:11 ; 12:24 ) comp. Nehe 12:26 (B.C. 446-410.) Another Levite, son of Bunni. ( Nehemiah 11:15 ) A Levite, son of Mattaniah. ( Nehemiah 11:22 ) A priest of the family of Hilkiah in the days of Joiakim son of Jeshua. ( Nehemiah 12:21 )
哈波拿 HARBONA
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斯1:10 斯7:9
Easton
(a Persian word meaning "ass-driver"), one of the seven eunuchs or chamberlains of king Ahasuerus (Esther 1:10; 7:9).
SBD
(ass-driver ), the third of the seven chamberlains or eunuchs who served King Ahasuerus. ( Esther 1:10 ) (B.C. 483-475.)
哈海雅 HARHAIAH
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尼3:8
ISBE
har-ha-ya (charhayah, "Yah protects"): A goldsmith, whose son, Uzziel, helped to repair the walls of Jerusalem under Zerubbabel (Neh 3:8).
Easton
zeal of Jehovah, (Neh. 3:8) "of the goldsmiths," one whose son helped to repair the wall of Jerusalem.
HDBN
heat
SBD
(the Lord is angry ), father of Uzziel. ( Nehemiah 3:8 ) (B.C. before 446.)
哈深 HASHEM
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代上11:34
ISBE
ha-shem (hashem): The "sons of Hashem" are mentioned (1 Ch 11:34) among Davids mighty men. The parallel passage (2 Sam 23:32) has "sons of Jashen."
HDBN
named; a putting to
SBD
(fat ). The sons of Hashem the Gizonite are named amongst the members of Davids guard in ( 1 Chronicles 11:34 ) (B.C. before 1014.)
哈珥哈斯 HARHAS
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王下22:12 代下34:22
ISBE
har-has (charchas, "splendor"): Grandfather of Shallum, husband of Huldah (2 Ki 22:14). Name given as "Hasrah" in paralle passage (2 Ch 34:22).
HDBN
anger; heat of confidence
哈琳 HARIM
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拉2:32 代上24:8 尼7:35 拉2:39 尼7:42 拉10:31 拉10:21 尼10:5 尼10:27 尼3:11
ISBE
ha-rim (charim): A family name.
(1) A non-priestly family that returned from captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:32; Neh 7:35); mentioned among those who married foreign wives (Ezr 10:31); also mentioned among those who renewed the covenant (Neh 10:27).
(2) A priestly family returning with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:39; Neh 7:42; 12:3,15 (see REHUM)); members of this family covenanted to put away their foreign wives (Ezr 10:21; Neh 10:5). A family of this name appears as the third of the priestly courses in the days of David and Solomon (1 Ch 24:8).
(3) In Neh 3:11 is mentioned Malchijah, son of Harim, one of the wall-builders. Which family is here designated is uncertain.
W. N. Stearns
Easton
flat-nosed. (1.) The head of the second course of priests (1 Chr. 24:8). (2.) Ezra 2:32, 39; Neh. 7:35, 42. (3.) Neh. 3:11. (4.) 12:3. (5.) 10:5
HDBN
destroyed; dedicated to God
SBD
(flat-nosed ). A priest who had charge of the third division in the house of God. ( 1 Chronicles 24:8 ) (B.C. 1014.) Bene-Harim, probably descendants of the above, to the number of 1017, came from Babylon with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:39 ; Nehemiah 7:42 ) (B.C. 536.) It further occurs in a list of the families of priests "who went up with Zerubbabel and Jeshua," and of those who were their descendants in the next generation. ( Nehemiah 12:16 ) Another family of Bene-Harim, 320 in number, came from the captivity in the same caravan. ( Ezra 2:82 ; Nehemiah 7:35 ) (B.C. 536.) They also appear among those who had married foreign wives, ( Ezra 10:31 ) as well as those who sealed the covenant- ( Nehemiah 10:27 ) (B.C. 410.)
哈瑣 HAZO
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創22:22 創22:23
ISBE
ha-zo (chazo, fifth son of Nahor (Gen 22:22)): Possibly the eponym of a Nahorite family or clan.
Easton
vision, one of the sons of Nahor (Gen. 22:22).
HDBN
seeing; prophesying
SBD
(vision ), a son of Nahor, by Milcah his wife. ( Genesis 22:22 ) (B.C. about 1900.)
哈甲 HAGAB
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拉2:46
ISBE
ha-gab (chaghabh, "locust"): Ancestor of some of the Nethinim who returned from the Babylonian captivity with Zerubbabel and Nehemiah. The name occurs second after Hagabah in Ezr 2:46, but is omitted entirely from the parallel list of Neh 7:48.
HDBN
Hagabah
SBD
(locust ). Bene-Hagab were among the Nethinim who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:46 ) (B.C. before 536.)


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