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珊迦 SHAGAR
代表
士3:31 士5:6
ER
代表
創38:3 創38:4 創38:5 創38:6 創38:7 民26:19 代上4:21 路3:28
ISBE
ar (`er, "watcher"; Er):
(1) The eldest son of Judah, the son of Jacob, by Shua the Canaanite. Judah took for him a wife named Tamar. It is recorded that Er "was wicked in the sight of Yahweh; and Yahweh slew him" (Gen 38:3,6,7; 46:12).
(2) "Er the father of Lecah" is mentioned among "the sons of Shelah the son of Judah" (1 Ch 4:21).
(3) An ancestor of Jesus in Lukes genealogy in the 7th generation before Zerubbabel (Lk 3:28).
HDBN
watchman
SBD
(watchful ). First-born of Judah. Er "was wicked in the sight of the Lord; and the Lord slew him." ( Genesis 38:3-7 ; Numbers 26:19 ) Descendant of Shelah the son of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 4:21 ) Son of Jose and father of Elmodam. ( Luke 3:28 )
瑣太 SOTAI
代表
尼7:57
ISBE
so-ti, so-ta-i, so-ta-i (coTay): One of those who returned from captivity, being descendants of Solomons servants (Ezr 2:55; Neh 7:57).
HDBN
conclusion in pleading; binding
瑣斐列 HASSOPHERETH
代表
拉2:55 尼7:57
ISBE
has-o-fe-reth.
See SOPHERETH.
瑣比巴 ZOBEBAH
代表
代上4:8
ISBE
zo-be-ba (ha-tsobhebhah, meaning uncertain): A Judahite name with the article prefixed (1 Ch 4:8); some would read "Jabez" instead as in 1 Ch 4:9.
SBD
(the slow ), son of Coz, of the tribe of Judah. ( 1 Chronicles 4:8 )
瑣法 ZOPHAR
代表
伯2:11 伯11:1 伯20:1 伯42:9
ISBE
zo-far (tsphar, meaning doubtful, supposed from root meaning "to leap"; Sophar): One of the three friends of Job who, hearing of his affliction, make an appointment together to visit and comfort him. He is from the tribe of Naamah, a tribe and place otherwise unknown, for as all the other friends and Job himself are from lands outside of Israel, it is not likely that this place was identical with Naamah in the West of Judah (Josh 15:41). He speaks but twice (Job 11; 20); by his silence the 3rd time the writer seems to intimate that with Bildads third speech (Job 25; see under BILDAD) the friends arguments are exhausted. He is the most impetuous and dogmatic of the three (compare Job 11:2,3; 20:2,3); stung to passionate response by Jobs presumption in maintaining that he is wronged and is seeking light from God. His words are in a key of intensity amounting to reckless exaggeration. He is the first to accuse Job directly of wickedness; averring indeed that his punishment is too good for him (11:6); he rebukes Jobs impious presumption in trying to find out the unsearchable secrets of God (11:7-12); and yet, like the rest of the friends, promises peace and restoration on condition of penitence and putting away iniquity (11:13-19). Even from this promise, however, he reverts to the fearful peril of the wicked (11:20); and in his 2nd speech, outdoing the others, he presses their lurid description of the wicked mans woes to the extreme (20:5-29), and calls forth a straight contradiction from Job, who, not in wrath, but in dismay, is constrained by loyalty to truth to acknowledge things as they are. Zophar seems designed to represent the wrong-headedness of the odium theologicum.
John Franklin Genung
HDBN
rising early; crown
SBD
(sparrow ), one of the three friends of Job. ( Job 2:11 ; 11:1 ; 20:1 ; 42:9 )
瑣法 ZOPHAH
代表
代上7:36
ISBE
zo-fa (tsophach, meaning uncertain): An Asherite (1 Ch 7:35,36).
HDBN
viol; honeycomb
SBD
(a cruse ) son of Helem or Hotham the son of Heber, an Asherite. ( 1 Chronicles 7:35 1 Chronicles 7:36 )
瑣轄 ZOHAR
代表
創23:8 創25:9 創46:10 出6:15 代上4:24 代上4:7
ISBE
zo-har (tsochar, meaning uncertain):
(1) Father of Ephron the Hittite (Gen 23:8; 25:9).
(2) "Son" of Simeon (Gen 46:10; Ex 6:15) = "Zerah" of Nu 26:13; 1 Ch 4:24.
See ZERAH, 4.
(3) In 1 Ch 4:7, where the Qere is "and tsochar" for the Kethibh is yitschar, the Revised Version (British and American) "Izhar," the King James Version wrongly "Jezoar."
HDBN
white; bright; dryness
SBD
(light ). Father of Ephron the Hittite. ( Genesis 23:8 ; 25:9 ) (B.C. before 1860.) One of the sons of Simeon ( Genesis 46:10 ; Exodus 6:15 ) called ZERAH ZERAH in ( 1 Chronicles 4:24 )
瑪他尼 MATTANIAH
代表
尼11:17
ISBE
mat-a-ni-a (mattanyaha, "gift of Yah"):
(1) King Zedekiahs original name, but changed by Nebuchadnezzar when he made him king over Judah instead of his nephew Jehoiachin (2 Ki 24:17).
(2) A descendant of Asaph (1 Ch 9:15), leader of the temple choir (Neh 11:17; 12:8). Mentioned among the "porters," keepers of "the storehouses of the gates" (Neh 12:25), and again in Neh 12:35 as among the "priests sons with trumpets."
(3) May be the same as (2), though in 2 Ch 20:14 he is mentioned as an ancestor of that Jahaziel whose inspired words in the midst of the congregation encouraged Jehoshaphat to withstand the invasion of Moab, Ammon and Seir (20:14 ff).
(4-7) Four others who had foreign wives, (a) the Matthanias of 1 Esdras 9:27 (Ezr 10:26); (b) the Othonias of 1 Esdras 9:28 (Ezr 10:27); (c) the Matthanias of 1 Esdras 9:31 (Ezr 10:30); (d) the fourth of these in 1 Esdras 9:34 the King James Version has had his name blended into that of Mattenai, and the two appear as the composite name Mamnitanemus (Ezr 10:37). He is a son of Bani.
(8) A Levite, father of Zaccur, ancestor of Hanan the under-treasurer of the Levitical offerings under Nehemiah (Neh 13:13).
(9) One of the sons of Heman the singer, whose office it was to blow the horns in the temple-service as David had appointed it (1 Ch 25:4,5). He was head of the 9th division of the 12 Levites (1 Ch 25:16), who were proficient in the Songs of Yahweh (1 Ch 25:7).
(10) One of the sons of Asaph who helped Hezekiah in the fulfilling of his vow to cleanse the house of the Lord (2 Ch 29:13).
Henry Wallace
Easton
gift of Jehovah. (1.) A Levite, son of Heman, the chief of the ninth class of temple singers (1 Chr. 25:4, 16). (2.) A Levite who assisted in purifying the temple at the reformation under Hezekiah (2 Chr. 29:13). (3.) The original name of Zedekiah (q.v.), the last of the kings of Judah (2 Kings 24:17). He was the third son of Josiah, who fell at Megiddo. He succeeded his nephew Jehoiakin.
HDBN
gift
SBD
(gift of Jehovah ). The original name of Zedekiah king of Judah, which was changed when Nebuchadnezzar placed him on the throne. ( 2 Kings 24:17 ) A Levite singer of the sons of Asaph. ( 1 Chronicles 9:15 ) He was leader of the temple choir after its restoration, ( Nehemiah 11:17 ; 12:8 ) in the time of Nehemiah, and took part in the musical service which accompanied the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem. ( Nehemiah 12:25 Nehemiah 12:35 ) A descendant of Asaph, and ancestor of Jahaziel the Levite, in the reign of Jehoshaphat. ( 2 Chronicles 20:14 ) One of the sons of Elam. ( Ezra 10:26 ) One of the sons of Zattu. ( Ezra 10:27 ) A descendant of Pahath-moab, ( Ezra 10:30 ) and One of the sons of Bani. ( Ezra 10:37 ) who all put away their foreign wives at Ezras command. A Levite, father of Zaccur and ancestor of Hanan the under-treasurer who had charge of the offerings for the Levites in the time of Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 13:13 ) One of the fourteen sons of Heman, whose office it was to blow the horns in the temple service appointed by David. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:16 ) A descendant of Asaph the Levite minstrel, who assisted in the purification of the temple in the reign of Hezekiah. ( 2 Chronicles 29:13 )
瑪他提亞 MATTATHIAS
代表
路3:25 路3:26
ISBE
mat-a-thi-as (Mattathias). The persons of this name in the Apocrypha are:
(1) Mattathias the father of the Maccabees.
See ASMONEANS; MACCABEES.
(2) One of the 7 who stood on Ezras right hand as he read the law (1 Esdras 9:43) = "Mattithiah" of Neh 8:4.
(3) The son--probably the youngest (compare 1 Macc 16:2)--of Simon the Maccabean, treacherously murdered along with his father and his brother Judas by his brother-in-law Ptolemy, son of Abubus in the stronghold of Dok near Jericho in the 177th Seleucid--136-135 BC (1 Macc 16:14).
(4) Son of Absalom, one of the two "captains of the forces" who in the campaign against Demetrius in the plain of Hazor gallantly supported Judas, enabling the latter to turn an impending defeat into a great victory (1 Macc 11:70).
(5) One of the three envoys sent by Nicanor to treat with Judas in 161 BC (2 Macc 14:19). No names of envoys are given in the account of 1 Macc 7:27 ff.
(6) One of the sons of Asom who put away his "strange wife" (1 Esdras 9:33) = the King James Version "Matthias" = "Mattattah" of Ezr 10:33.
In addition to these two of this name are mentioned in the New Testament:
(7) Lk 3:25, "son of Amos."
(8) Lk 3:26, "son of Semein."
S. Angus
Easton
ibid. (1.) The son of Amos, in the genealogy of our Lord (Luke 3:25). (2.) The son of Semei, in the same genealogy (Luke 3:26).
HDBN
the gift of the Lord
SBD
(gift of Jehovah ), the Greek form of Mattathiah. Son of Amos, in the genealogy of Christ. ( Luke 3:25 ) (B.C. after 406.) Son of Semei. ( Luke 3:26 ) The father of the Maccabees. (B.C. 168 and previous.)
瑪他提雅 MATTITHIAH
代表
代上9:31 代上15:18 代上15:21 代上16:5 代上25:3 代上25:21 拉10:43 尼8:4
ISBE
mat-i-thi-a (mattithyah, or mattithyahu, "gift of Yah"):
(1) The Mattithiah of Neh 8:4 (1st spelling) was one of those who stood at Ezras right hand while he read the law (compare 1 Esdras 9:43). He may be the individual set over "things that were baked in pans" (1 Ch 9:31).
(2) One of those appointed by David to minister before the ark, and to "celebrate and to thank and praise Yahweh, the God of Israel" (1 Ch 16:4,5).
(3) One of those who had foreign wives (Ezr 10:43). In 1 Esdras 9:35, "Mazitias."
(4) One of the Levites who ministered before the ark with harps 1 Ch 15:18,21; 25:3,11, 2nd spelling).
Henry Wallace
Easton
gift of Jehovah. (1.) One of the sons of Jeduthun (1 Chr. 25:3, 21). (2.) The eldest son of Shallum, of the family of Korah (1 Chr. 9:31). (3.) One who stood by Ezra while reading the law (Neh. 8:4). (4.) The son of Amos, and father of Joseph, in the genealogy of our Lord (Luke 3:25).
瑪代 MEDIA
代表
創10:2
ISBE
me-di-a (madhay; Achaem. Persian Mada; Media): Lay to the West and Southwest of the Caspian, and extended thence to the Zagrus Mountains on the West On the North in later times it was bounded by the rivers Araxes and Cyrus, which separated it from Armenia. Its eastern boundaries were formed by Hyrcania and the Great Salt Desert (now called the Kavir), and it was bounded on the South by Susiana. In earlier times its limits were somewhat indefinite. It included Atropatene, (Armenian Atrpatakan, the name, "Fire-guarding," showing devotion to the worship of Fire) to the North, and Media Magna to the South, the former being the present Azarbaijan. Near the Caspian the country is low, damp and unhealthy, but inland most of it is high and mountainous, Mt. Demavand in the Alburz range reaching 18,600 ft. Atropatene was famed for the fertility of its valleys and table-lands, except toward the North. Media Magna is high; it has fruitful tracts along the course of the streams, but suffers much from want of water, though this was doubtless more abundant in antiquity. It contained the Nisaean Plain, famous for its breed of horses. The chief cities of ancient Media were Ecbatana, Gazaea, and Ragae. The Orontes range near Ecbatana is the present Alvand. Lake Spauta is now known as Urmi (Urumiah).
W. St. Clair Tisdall
Easton
Heb. Madai, which is rendered in the Authorized Version (1) "Madai," Gen. 10:2; (2) "Medes," 2 Kings 17:6; 18:11; (3) "Media," Esther 1:3; 10:2; Isa. 21:2; Dan. 8:20; (4) "Mede," only in Dan. 11:1. We first hear of this people in the Assyrian cuneiform records, under the name of Amada, about B.C. 840. They appear to have been a branch of the Aryans, who came from the east bank of the Indus, and were probably the predominant race for a while in the Mesopotamian valley. They consisted for three or four centuries of a number of tribes, each ruled by its own chief, who at length were brought under the Assyrian yoke (2 Kings 17:6). From this subjection they achieved deliverance, and formed themselves into an empire under Cyaxares (B.C. 633). This monarch entered into an alliance with the king of Babylon, and invaded Assyria, capturing and destroying the city of Nineveh (B.C. 625), thus putting an end to the Assyrian monarchy (Nah. 1:8; 2:5,6; 3:13, 14). Media now rose to a place of great power, vastly extending its boundaries. But it did not long exist as an independent kingdom. It rose with Cyaxares, its first king, and it passed away with him; for during the reign of his son and successor Astyages, the Persians waged war against the Medes and conquered them, the two nations being united under one monarch, Cyrus the Persian (B.C. 558). The "cities of the Medes" are first mentioned in connection with the deportation of the Israelites on the destruction of Samaria (2 Kings 17:6; 18:11). Soon afterwards Isaiah (13:17; 21:2) speaks of the part taken by the Medes in the destruction of Babylon (comp. Jer. 51:11, 28). Daniel gives an account of the reign of Darius the Mede, who was made viceroy by Cyrus (Dan. 6:1-28). The decree of Cyrus, Ezra informs us (6:2-5), was found in "the palace that is in the province of the Medes," Achmetha or Ecbatana of the Greeks, which is the only Median city mentioned in Scripture.
HDBN
measure; habit; covering
瑪俄 MAOCH
代表
王上2:39
ISBE
ma-ok (ma`okh, "oppressed," "bruised"): The same as Maacah (1 Ki 2:39). The father of that Achish, king of Gath, with whom David and his 600 sojourned under fear of Sauls treachery (1 Sam 27:2).
Easton
compressed, the father of Achish, king of Gath (1 Sam. 27:2). Called also Maachah (1 Kings 2:39).
SBD
(oppression ) the father of Achish king of Gath, with whom David took refuge. ( 1 Samuel 27:2 ) indicates this entry was also found in Easton's Bible Dictionary
瑪倫 MAHLON
代表
得1:2 得4:9
ISBE
ma-lon (machlon, "invalid"): Ruths first husband (Ruth 12,5; 4:9,10). In the latter passage is further evidence of the unwillingness to allow a family connection or inheritance to drop (see MAHLAH; MAHLI). Note that Davids descent and that of his "Greater Son" come through Ruth and Boaz (Ruth 4:22).
Easton
sickly, the elder of Elimelech the Bethlehemite's two sons by Naomi. He married Ruth and died childless (Ruth 1:2, 5; 4:9, 10), in the land of Moab.
SBD
(sick ) the first husband of Ruth; son of Eiimelech and Naomi. ( Ruth 1:2 Ruth 1:5 ; Ruth 4:9 Ruth 4:10 ) comp. 1Sam 17:12
瑪勒列 MAHALALEL
代表
創5:12 尼11:4
ISBE
ma-ha-la-lel (mahalalel; the King James Version Mahalaleel, ma-hala-le-el, ma-hala-lel):
(1) Son of Cainan, the grandson of Seth (Gen 5:12 ff; 1 Ch 1:2).
(2) The ancestor of Athaiah, one of the children of Judah who dwelt in Jerusalem after the return from exile (Neh 11:4).
瑪各 MAGOG
代表
創10:2 代上1:5
ISBE
ma-gog (maghogh; Magog): Named among the sons of Japheth (Gen 10:2; 1 Ch 1:5). Ezekiel uses the word as equivalent to "land of Gog" (Ezek 38:2; 39:6). Josephus identifies the Magogites with the Scythians (Ant., I, vi, 1). From a resemblance between the names Gog and Gyges (Gugu), king of Lydia, some have suggested that Magog is Lydia; others, however, urge that Magog is probably only a variant of Gog (Sayce in HDB). In the Apocalypse of John, Gog and Magog represent all the heathen opponents of Messiah (Rev 20:8), and in this sense these names frequently recur in Jewish apocalyptic literature.
John A. Lees
Easton
region of Gog, the second of the "sons" of Japheth (Gen. 10:2; 1 Chr. 1:5). In Ezekiel (38:2; 39:6) it is the name of a nation, probably some Scythian or Tartar tribe descended from Japheth. They are described as skilled horsemen, and expert in the use of the bow. The Latin father Jerome says that this word denotes "Scythian nations, fierce and innumerable, who live beyond the Caucasus and the Lake Maeotis, and near the Caspian Sea, and spread out even onward to India." Perhaps the name "represents the Assyrian Mat Gugi, or 'country of Gugu,' the Gyges of the Greeks" (Sayce's Races, etc.).
HDBN
covering; roof; dissolving
SBD
(region of Gog ). In ( Genesis 10:2 ) Magog appears as the second son of Japheth; in ( Ezekiel 38:2 ; Ezekiel 39:1 Ezekiel 39:6 ) it appears as a country or people of which Gog was the prince. The notices of Magog would lead us to fix a northern locality: it is expressly stated by Ezekiel that "he was to come up from the sides of the north," ( Ezekiel 39:2 ) from a country adjacent to that of Togarmah or Armenia, ch. 58:6 and not far from "the isles" or maritime regions of Europe. ch. ( Ezekiel 39:6 ) The people of Magog further appear as having a force of cavalry, ( Ezekiel 38:16 ) and as armed with the bow. ch. ( Ezekiel 39:3 ) From the above data, may conclude that Magog represents the important race of the Scythians.
瑪吉 MACHIR
代表
創50:23 民26:29 撒下9:4 撒下9:5 撒下17:27
Easton
sold. (1.) Manasseh's oldest son (Josh. 17:1), or probably his only son (see 1 Chr. 7:14, 15; comp. Num. 26:29-33; Josh. 13:31). His descendants are referred to under the name of Machirites, being the offspring of Gilead (Num. 26:29). They settled in land taken from the Amorites (Num. 32:39, 40; Deut. 3:15) by a special enactment (Num. 36:1-3; Josh. 17:3, 4). He is once mentioned as the representative of the tribe of Manasseh east of Jordan (Judg. 5:14). (2.) A descendant of the preceding, residing at Lo-debar, where he maintained Jonathan's son Mephibosheth till he was taken under the care of David (2 Sam. 9:4), and where he afterwards gave shelter to David himself when he was a fugitive (17:27).
HDBN
selling; knowing
SBD
(sold ). The eldest son, ( Joshua 17:1 ) of the patriarch Manasseh by an Aramite or Syrian concubine. ( 1 Chronicles 7:14 ) At the time of the conquest the family of Machir had become very powerful, and a large part of the country on the east of Jordan was subdued by them. ( Numbers 32:39 ; 3:15 ) The son of Ammiel, a powerful sheikh of one of the transjordanic tribes, who rendered essential service to the cause of Saul and of David successively. ( 2 Samuel 9:4 2 Samuel 9:5 ; 17:27-29 )
瑪哈 MAHATH
代表
代上29:12 代下31:13
ISBE
ma-hath (machath, "snatching"; Meth):
(1) One of the Kohathites having charge of the "service of song" in Davids time, son of Amasai (1 Ch 6:35). Possibly the same as Ahimoth (1 Ch 6:25). He seems also to be the same as the person named in 2 Ch 29:12 during Hezekiahs time, though it is probable there is some confusion in the narrative. He is there represented as taking part in the new covenant of Hezekiah and the cleansing of the Lords house.
(2) One of the overseers of the temple under Conaniah and Shimei (2 Ch 31:13); three passages of Scripture give the name, but it is difficult to individuate these because the genealogy identifies the two first named (1 Ch 6:35; 2 Ch 29:12), while the chronology seems to divide them--one in Davids day, the other in Hezekiahs. It is not, however, impossible to identify the man of 2 Ch 29:12 with him of 2 Ch 31:13. Possibly the genealogy has been mistakenly repeated in 2 Ch 29:12.
Henry Wallace
Easton
grasping. (1.) A Kohathite Levite, father of Elkanah (1 Chr. 6:35). (2.) Another Kohathite Levite, of the time of Hezekiah (2 Chr. 29:12).
HDBN
same as Maath
SBD
(grabbing ). A Zohathite of the house of Korah. ( 1 Chronicles 6:35 ) Also a Kohathite, in the reign of Hezekiah. ( 2 Chronicles 29:12 ; 31:13 )
瑪哈拉 MAHALATH
代表
創28:9 創36:3 代下11:18
ISBE
ma-ha-lath (machalath):
(1) In Gen 28:9 the name of a wife of Esau, daughter of Ishmael, and sister of Nebaioth, called in 36:3, BASEMATH (which see). The Samaritan Pentateuch, however, throughout Genesis 36 retains "Mahalath." On the other hand, in 26:34 Basemath is said to be "the daughter of Elon the Hittite," probably a confusion with Adah, as given in 36:2, or corruption may exist in the lists otherwise.
(2) One of the 18 wives of Rehoboam, a grand-daughter of David (2 Ch 11:18).
(3) The word is found in the titles of Ps 53 (the Revised Version (British and American) "set to Mahalath") and Ps 88 (the Revised Version (British and American) "set to Mahalath Leannoth," margin "for singing"). Probably some song or tune is meant, though the word is taken by many to denote a musical instrument. Hengstenberg and others interpret it as indicating the subject of the Psalms.
See PSALMS.
James Orr
Easton
a lute; lyre. (1.) The daughter of Ishmael, and third wife of Esau (Gen. 28:9); called also Bashemath (Gen. 36:3). (2.) The daughter of Jerimoth, who was one of David's sons. She was one of Rehoboam's wives (2 Chr. 11:18).
SBD
(stringed instrument ), the daughter of Ishmael, and one of the wives of Esau. ( Genesis 28:9 )
瑪哈秀 MAHAZIOTH
代表
代上25:30
ISBE
ma-ha-iz-oth, ma-ha-zi-oth (machazioth "visions"): One of the 14 sons of Heman the Kohathite in the temple choir. "He was leader of the 23rd course of musicians whose function was to blow the horns" (1 Ch 25:4,30).
Easton
visions, a Kohathite Levite, chief of the twenty-third course of musicians (1 Chr. 25:4, 30).
HDBN
seeing a sign; seeing a letter
SBD
(visions ). One of the fourteen sons of Heman the Kohathite. ( 1 Chronicles 25:4 1 Chronicles 25:30 )
瑪哈萊 MAHARAI
代表
撒下23:28 代上27:13
ISBE
ma-har-a-i, ma-ha-ri (maharay, "impetuous"): One of Davids "braves" (2 Sam 23:28; 1 Ch 11:30; 27:13). He was one of the 12 monthly captains of Davids administration, and took the 10th month in rotation. He was of the family of Zerah, and dwelt in Netophah in Judah.
HDBN
hasting; a hill; from a hill
瑪土撒利 METHUSHAEL
代表
創4:18
ISBE
me-thu-sha-el (methushael): A descendant of Cain, and father of Lamech in the Cainite genealogy (Gen 4:18). The meaning of the name is doubtful. Dillmann suggested "suppliant or man of God."
瑪土撒拉 MATHUSELAH
代表
創5:21 創5:22 創5:23 創5:24 創5:25 創5:26 創5:27 創5:28 創5:29 創5:30 創5:31 創5:32
瑪坦 MATTAN
代表
代下23:17 耶38:1
ISBE
mat-an (mattan, "a gift"):
(1) A priest in the house of Baal, slain by Jehoiada before Baals altar (2 Ki 11:18; 2 Ch 23:17).
(2) The father of Shephatiah a contemporary and persecutor of Jeremiah (Jer 38:1), one of those who put Jeremiah into Malechiahs dungeon (38:6).
Easton
gift. (1.) A priest of Baal, slain before his altar during the reformation under Jehoiada (2 Kings 11:18). (2.) The son of Eleazar, and father of Jacob, who was the father of Joseph, the husband of the Virgin Mary (Matt. 1:15). (3.) The father of Shephatiah (Jer. 38:1).
HDBN
Mattana
SBD
(a gift ). The priest of Baal slain before his altars in the idol temple at Jerusalem. ( 2 Kings 11:18 ; 2 Chronicles 23:17 ) He probably accompanied Athalia from Samaria. The father of Shephatiah. ( Jeremiah 38:1 )
瑪基 MACHI
代表
民13:15
ISBE
ma-ki (makhi; Peshitta and some manuscripts of Septuagint read "Machir"): A Gadite, father of Geuel, one of the 12 spies (Nu 13:15).
HDBN
poor; a smiter
SBD
(decrease ), the father of Geuel the Gadite, who went with Caleb and Joshua to spy out the land of Canaan. ( Numbers 13:15 )


ISBE - 國際標準聖經百科全書 (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
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