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目前本系統共收錄了 1,856 個聖經相關人名
以及 HDBN 包含了 2,616 個姓名的意義解釋。


中文名字 英文名字 查詢經文 代表經文 Nave's Topical Bible ISBE Easton HBND SDB
瑪艾 MAAI
代表
尼12:36
ISBE
ma-a-i, mai (ma`ay): An Asaphite musician who took part in the ceremony of the dedication of the walls (Neh 12:36).
HDBN
belly; heaping up
瑪西亞 MAAZIAH
代表
代上24:8 尼10:8
ISBE
ma-a-zi-a (ma`azyahu):
(1) The priest to whom fell the lot for the 24th course (1 Ch 24:18).
(2) One of those who took part in sealing the covenant (Neh 10:8).
Easton
strength or consolation of Jehovah. (1.) The head of the twenty-fourth priestly course (1 Chr. 24:18) in David's reign. (2.) A priest (Neh. 10:8).
瑪西拿 MARSENA
代表
斯1:14
ISBE
mar-se-na, mar-se-na (marcena; derivation unknown but probably of Persian origin (Est 1:14)): One of "the seven princes of Persia and Media, who saw the kings face, and sat first in the kingdom."
HDBN
bitterness of a bramble
SBD
(worthy ), one of the seven of Persia, "wise men which knew the times," which saw the kings face and sat first in the kingdom. ( Esther 1:14 )
瑪西雅 MAASEAS
代表
代上15:18 代上15:20 代下23:1 代下26:11 代下28:7 代下34:8 耶35:4 耶29:21 耶21:1 耶29:25 耶37:3 拉10:18 拉10:21 拉10:22 拉10:30 拉3:23 尼8:4 尼8:7 尼10:25 代上9:5 尼11:5 尼11:7 尼12:41 尼12:42
ISBE
ma-a-se-as (Maasaios; the King James Version Maasias): Grandfather of Baruch (Baruch 1:1); called Mahseiah in Jer 32:12; 51:59.
瑪西雅 MAHSEIAH
代表
耶12:12 耶51:59
ISBE
ma-se-ya, ma-si-a (machceyah, "Yah a refuge"): Grandfather of Baruch (Jer 32:12) and of Seraiah (Jer 51:59). The name (not to be confused with MAASEIAH (which see) as the King James Version has done even in the above passages) is spelt "Maaseas" (which see) in Baruch 1:1.
瑪賽 MAASAI
代表
代上9:12
ISBE
ma-a-si, ma-as-i (ma`say; the King James Version, Maasiai): A priest, son of Abdid (1 Ch 9:12).
瑪迦 MAACAH
代表
創22:24 撒下3:3 代上3:2 王上2:39 撒上27:2 王上15:2 代下11:20 代上2:48 代上8:29 代上9:35 代上7:15 代上11:43 代上27:16
ISBE
ma-a-ka (ma`akhah; Septuagint: Codex Vaticanus Mocha; Codex Alexandrinus Maacha): A small Syrian kingdom adjoining that of Geshur on the western border of Bashan, the inhabitants of which are called Maachathites (the Revised Version (British and American) "Maacathites"), whose territory was taken by Jair (Dt 3:14; Josh 12:5). The border of the Geshurites and the Maacathites and all Mt. Hermon were given to the half-tribe of Manasseh (Josh 13:11). The inhabitants of these kingdoms, however, were not driven out by Israel (Josh 13:13), and at a later day the children of Ammon hired mercenaries from Maacah for their encounter with David. The armies met near Medeba when the "Syrians" from Maacah found themselves opposed to Joab. That famous captain completely routed them (2 Sam 10:6 ff the Septuagint has "Amalek"). In 1 Ch 19:6 it is called Aram-maacah, Syria-maachah (the King James Version); and in 1 Ch 2:23 "Aram" appears instead of "Maacah."
It evidently lay between Geshur on the South and Hermon on the North, being probably bounded by Jordan on the West, although no certain indication of boundaries is now possible. They would thus be hemmed in by Israel, which accounts for `Geshur and Maacath dwell in the midst of Israel" (Josh 13:13).It is possible that Abel-beth-maacah may have been a colony founded by men from Maacah.
W. Ewing
SBD
(oppression ). The mother of Absalom; also called MAACHAH. ( 2 Samuel 3:3 ) Maacah, or (in ( 1 Chronicles 19:6 1 Chronicles 19:7 ) ) Maachah, a small kingdom in close proximity to Palestine which appears to have lain outside Argob, ( 3:14 ) and Bashun. ( Joshua 12:5 ) The Ammonite war was the only occasion on which the Maacathites came into contact with Israel when their king assisted the Ammonites against Joab with a force which he led himself. ( 2 Samuel 10:6 2 Samuel 10:8 ; 1 Chronicles 19:7 )
瑪鹿 MALLUCH
代表
代上6:44 拉10:29 拉10:31 拉10:32 尼10:4 尼12:2 尼10:27
ISBE
mal-uk (mallukh, "counsellor"):
(1) A Levite of the sons of Merari, ancestor of Ethan the singer (1 Ch 6:44; compare 6:29).
(2) Son of Bani, among those who had foreign wives (Ezr 10:29). He is a descendant of Judah (1 Ch 9:4) and is the Mamuchus of 1 Esdras 9:30.
(3) A descendant of Harim, who married a foreign wife (Ezr 10:32).
(4) (5) Two who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah (Neh 10:4,27).
(6) Possibly the same as (4). One of the priests who returned with Zerubbabel (Neh 12:2). Doubtless the Melicu of verse 14s margin.
Henry Wallace
Easton
reigned over, or reigning. (1.) A Levite of the family of Merari (1 Chr. 6:44). (2.) A priest who returned from Babylon (Neh. 12:2). (3.) Ezra 10:29. (4.) Ezra 10:32
HDBN
reigning; counseling
SBD
(counsellor ). A Levite of the family of Merari, and ancestor of Ethan the singer ( 1 Chronicles 6:44 ) One of the sons of Bani. ( Ezra 10:29 ) and One of the descendants of Harim, ( Ezra 10:32 ) who had married foreign wives. A priest or family of priests. ( Nehemiah 10:4 ) and One of the heads of the people who signed the covenant with Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 10:27 ) One of the families of priests who returned with Zerubbabel, ( Nehemiah 12:2 ) probably the same as No. 4.
瑪黑珥沙拉勒哈施罷斯 MAHER-SHALAL-HASH-BEZ
代表
賽8:1 賽8:2 賽8:3
璧迦 BILGAH
代表
代上24:14 尼12:5
Easton
cheerful. (1.) The head of the fifteenth sacerdotal course for the temple service (1 Chr. 24:14). (2.) A priest who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:5, 18).
HDBN
ancient countenance
SBD
(first-born ). A priest in the time of David; the head of the fifteenth course for the temple service. ( 1 Chronicles 24:14 ) (B.C. 1015.) A priest or priestly family who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel and Jeshua. ( Nehemiah 12:5 Nehemiah 12:18 ) (B.C. 536.)
瓦實提 VASHTI
代表
斯1:1 斯1:2 斯1:3 斯1:4 斯1:5 斯1:6 斯1:7 斯1:8 斯1:9 斯1:10 斯1:11 斯1:12 斯1:13 斯1:14 斯1:15 斯1:16 斯1:17 斯1:18 斯1:19 斯1:20 斯1:21
ISBE
vash-ti (washti; Astin; Old Persian "beautiful woman"): The former queen of Xerxes, whom he divorced. On the 7th day of a great feast which the king was giving to the assembled nobles of the empire and others, he commanded the seven chamberlains who served in his presence to bring the queen into the assembly. We are told (Est 1:11) that his purpose was "to show the peoples and the princes her beauty; for she was fair to look on." The kings command was met by Vashti with a mortifying refusal to obey. The reason which is sometimes assigned for her disobedience--that no man but the king was permitted to look upon the queen--is without foundation. Esther invites Haman on two occasions to accompany the king to a banquet at which she was present. Nor can it be said that there was any lack of recognition of Vashtis high dignity; the seven highest officials of the palace were sent to escort her. The refusal had to be visited with a punishment severe enough to reestablish the supremacy which it threatened to overthrow. She was, accordingly, divorced and dethroned.
There is no known reference to Vashti outside of Esther. The suggestion has been made that Vashti was an inferior wife, or one of the royal concubines. There is nothing, however, to support it; and it is, besides, directly opposed to several statements in the narrative. She is always named "queen" (Est 1:9,11,12,15-18). It is only (Est 1:19) when the decree is proposed to repudiate and degrade her that she is called merely "Vashti." She also (Est 1:9) presides at the banquet for the women. It is evident, therefore, that in the palace of the women there was no higher personage than Vashti.
John Urquhart
Easton
beautiful, the queen of Ahasuerus, who was deposed from her royal dignity because she refused to obey the king when he desired her to appear in the banqueting hall of Shushan the palace (Esther 1:10-12). (See ESTHER
HDBN
that drinks; thread
SBD
(beautiful ), the "queen" of Ahasuerus, who, for refusing to show herself to the kings guests at the royal banquet, when sent for by the king, was repudiated and deposed. ( Esther 1:1 ) ... (B.C. 483.) Many attempts have been made to identify her with historical personages; but it is far more probable that she was only one of the inferior wives, dignified with the title of queen, whose name has utterly disappeared from history.
瓦尼雅 VANIAH
代表
拉10:36
ISBE
va-ni-a (wanyah, meaning unknown): A son of Bani, who had married a foreign wife (Ezr 10:36). The text is, however, doubtful. The Septuagint Codex Vaticanus has Ouiechoa; Codex Sinaiticus Ouierecho; Codex Alexandrinus Ouounia, Lucian Ouania.
HDBN
nourishment
SBD
(Jehovah is praise ), one of the sons of Bani, ( Ezra 10:36 ) (B.C. 458.)
瓦耶撒他 VAJEZATHA
代表
斯9:9
Easton
purity; worthy of honour, one of Haman's sons, whom the Jews slew in the palace of Shushan (Esther 9:9).
HDBN
sprinkling the chamber
SBD
(strong as the wind ), one of the ten sons of Haman whom the Jews slew in Shushan. ( Esther 9:9 ) (B.C. 473.)
甲利 SHIMRI
代表
代上4:37 代上11:45 代上26:10 代下29:13
ISBE
shim-ri (shimri; various forms in the Septuagint): There are four Hebrews mentioned in the Bible who bear this name:
(1) A Simeonite, a son of Shemaiah and father of Jedaiah, a chief of his tribe (1 Ch 4:37).
(2) The father of Jediael, a bodyguard of King David (1 Ch 11:45).
(3) A son of Hosah, a Levite. He was appointed by David to be doorkeeper in the house of the Lord. He was made chief of the tribe, although not the firstborn of his family (1 Ch 26:10).
(4) One of the sons of Elizaphan, a Levite. He assisted in purifying the temple in the time of Hezekiah (2 Ch 29:13).
S. L. Umbach
Easton
watchman. (1.) A Simeonite (1 Chr. 4:37). (2.) The father of one of the "valiant men" of David's armies (1 Chr. 11:45). (3.) Assisted at the purification of the temple in the time of Hezekiah (2 Chr. 29:13).
HDBN
thorn; dregs
SBD
(vigilant ). A Simeonite son of Shemaiah. ( 1 Chronicles 4:37 ) (B.C. after 1450.) The father of Jediael, one of Davids guard. ( 1 Chronicles 11:45 ) (B.C. before 1043.) A Kohathite Levite in the reign of Hezekiah. ( 2 Chronicles 29:13 ) (B.C. 726.)
甲各 CALCOL
代表
代上2:6 王上4:31
Easton
(1 Chr. 2:6), sustenance, the same probably as Chalcol (1 Kings 4:31), one of the four sages whom Solomon excelled in wisdom; for "he was wiser than all men."
HDBN
nourishing
SBD
(sustenance ), a man of Judah, son or descendant of Zerah. ( 1 Chronicles 2:6 ) Probably identical with CHALCOL.
甲拉 SHIMRATH
代表
代上8:21
ISBE
shim-rath (shimrath; Samarath): The last of nine sons of Shimei of the tribe of Benjamin (1 Ch 8:21).
Easton
guardian, a Benjamite, one of Shimhi's sons (id.).
HDBN
hearing; obedient
SBD
(guard ), a Benjamite, of the sons of Shimhi. ( 1 Chronicles 8:21 )
甲示拿 CARSHENA
代表
斯1:14
ISBE
kar-she-na, kar-she-na (karshena): The first named among the "seven princes of Persia and Media" under Ahasuerus (Est 1:14).
See PRINCES, THE SEVEN.
HDBN
a lamb; sleeping
SBD
(illustrious ), one of the seven princes of Persia and Media. ( Esther 1:14 )
甲篾 KADMIEL
代表
拉2:40 尼7:43 拉3:9 尼9:4 尼9:5 尼12:24
ISBE
kad-mi-el (qadhmiel, "before God," "priest"(?); "Cadmiel" in parallel lists in 1 Esdras 5:26,58 the King James Version; omitted in Septuagint Codex Vaticanus; Codex Alexandrinus reads kai Kadmielon): A Levite (Ezr 2:40; Neh 7:43), founder of a family whose descendants returned from captivity with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:1; Neh 7:43; 12:1,8). He is named among those who praise God for the return (Neh 9:4,5; 12:24); was of those who "set forward" the work of the Lords house (Ezr 3:9; 1 Esdras 5:26,58), and is again mentioned with those who "seal" the new Return Covenant (Neh 10:28 ff) after the re-establishment of worship (Neh 10:1,9).
Easton
before God; i.e., his servant, one of the Levites who returned with Zerubbabel from the Captivity (Neh. 9:4; 10:9; 12:8).
HDBN
God of antiquity; God of rising
甲迦 CARCAS
代表
斯1:10
ISBE
kar-kas (karkac): One of seven chamberlains, ordered to summon Queen Vashti before King Ahasuerus (Est 1:10). The Targum allegorizes the first five of the names.
HDBN
the covering of a lamb
SBD
(severe ), the seventh of the seven "chamberlains," i.e. eunuchs, of King Ahasuerus. ( Esther 1:10 ) (B.C. 483.).
畢甲 BIDKAR
代表
王下9:25
ISBE
bid-kar (bidhqar; "son of Deker" (?); compare HPN, 69): A captain in the service of Jehu, formerly his fellow-officer (2 Ki 9:25).
HDBN
in compunction
SBD
(son of stabbing , i.e, one who stabs ), Jehus "captain," originally his fellow officer, ( 2 Kings 9:25 ) who completed the sentence on Jehoram, son of Ahab.
畢羅斯 PYRRHUS
代表
徒20:4
ISBE
pir-us (Purros, "fiery-red"): The name is inserted in the text of the Revised Version (British and American) in Acts 20:4 as that of the father of SOPATER (which see).
SBD
the father of Sopater of Berea. ( Acts 20:4 ) in Revised Version. (A.D. 55.)
百基拉 PRISCILLA
代表
徒18:2 徒18:26 羅16:3 提後4:19 林前14:34 林前14:35 林前14:36 林前14:37 林前14:38 林前14:39 林前14:39 林前14:40 林前16:19
Easton
the wife of Aquila (Acts 18:2), who is never mentioned without her. Her name sometimes takes the precedence of his (Rom. 16:3; 2 Tim. 4:19). She took part with Aquila (q.v.) in insturcting Apollos (Acts 18:26).
HDBN
same as Prisca
百尼基 BERNICE
代表
徒25:13 徒25:14 徒25:15 徒25:16 徒25:17 徒25:18 徒25:19 徒25:20 徒25:21 徒25:22 徒25:23
ISBE
ber-ni-se (Bernike "victorious"): One of the shameless women of the Bible, mentioned in Acts 25:13,23; 26:30. She was the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa I (Acts 12:1,6,11,21) who ruled from 38-45 AD. Her whole life from the Jewish standpoint was incestuous. Its story is told by Josephus (Ant XIX, v, 1; XX, vii, 1-3), also by Juvenal (6, 156). Her first husband was her own uncle, Herod of Calchis. After his death she consorted with her own brother Agrippa II, with whom she listened to the impassioned defense of Paul at Caesarea before Felix. For a while she was married to King Ptolemy or Polemo of Sicily, who for her sake embraced Judaism, by the rite of circumcision. But she left him soon to return to Agrippa. Later on she figures shamefully in the lives of Vespasian and Titus, father and son. If heredity stands for anything, its lessons are forcibly taught in the history of the Herodian family.
Henry E. Dosker
Easton
bearer of victory, the eldest daughter of Agrippa I., the Herod Agrippa of Acts 12:20. After the early death of her first husband she was married to her uncle Herod, king of Chalcis. After his death (A.D. 40) she lived in incestuous connection with her brother Agrippa II. (Acts 25:13, 23; 26:30). They joined the Romans at the outbreak of the final war between them and the Jews, and lived afterwards at Rome.
HDBN
one that brings victory
SBD
or Berenice (bringing victory ), the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa I. ( Acts 12:1 ) etc. She was first married to her uncle Herod, king of Chaleis, and after his death (A.D. 48) she lived under circumstances of great suspicion with her own brother, Agrippa II., in connection with whom she is mentioned, ( Acts 25:13 Acts 25:23 ; 26:30 ) as having visited Festus on his appointment as procurator of Judea.
益吉 IKKESH
代表
撒下23:26 代上11:28 代上27:9
ISBE
ik-esh (`iqqesh, "crooked"): A Tekoite, father of Ira, one of Davids "thirty" (2 Sam 23:26; 1 Ch 11:28; 27:9).
HDBN
forward; wicked
SBD
(perverse ), the father of Ira the Tekoite. ( 2 Samuel 23:26 ; 1 Chronicles 11:28 ; 27:9 ) (B.C. before 1046.)
益巴 ISHBAH
代表
代上4:17
ISBE
ish-ba (yishbach): A member of the tribe of Judah, father of Eshtemoa (1 Ch 4:17).
SBD
(praising ), a man in the line of Judah, commemorated as the "father of Eshtemos." ( 1 Chronicles 4:17 )


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