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中文名字 英文名字 查詢經文 代表經文 Nave's Topical Bible ISBE Easton HBND SDB
示迦尼 SHECANIAH
代表
代上24:11 代上13:21 代上13:22 代下31:5 尼12:3 拉8:5 拉10:2 拉10:3 拉10:4 代上3:22 尼6:18
Easton
one intimate with Jehovah. (1.) A priest to whom the tenth lot came forth when David divided the priests (1 Chr. 24:11). (2.) One of the priests who were set "to give to their brethren by courses" of the daily portion (2 Chr. 31:15). Shechani'ah, id. (1.) A priest whose sons are mentioned in 1 Chr. 3:21, 22. (2.) Ezra 8:5. (3.) Ezra 10:2-4. (4.) The father of Shemaiah, who repaired the wall of Jerusalem (Neh. 3:29). (5.) The father-in-law of Tobiah (Neh. 6:18). (6.) A priest who returned from the Captivity with Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:3; marg., or Shebaniah).
HDBN
habitation of the Lord
示迦尼雅 SHECANIAH
代表
代下31:15
Easton
one intimate with Jehovah. (1.) A priest to whom the tenth lot came forth when David divided the priests (1 Chr. 24:11). (2.) One of the priests who were set "to give to their brethren by courses" of the daily portion (2 Chr. 31:15). Shechani'ah, id. (1.) A priest whose sons are mentioned in 1 Chr. 3:21, 22. (2.) Ezra 8:5. (3.) Ezra 10:2-4. (4.) The father of Shemaiah, who repaired the wall of Jerusalem (Neh. 3:29). (5.) The father-in-law of Tobiah (Neh. 6:18). (6.) A priest who returned from the Captivity with Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:3; marg., or Shebaniah).
HDBN
habitation of the Lord
示達 SHETHAR
代表
斯1:14
ISBE
she-thar (~shethar]; Codex Vaticanus and Lucian, Sarsathaios; Codex Alexandrinus Sarestheos): One of the "seven princes" at the court of Ahasuerus (Est 1:14); these princes "sat first in the kingdom" and had the right of entrance to the kings presence at any time, except when he was in the company of one of his wives. (According to Marquart, Fund., 69, Shethar comes from sh-r-sh-th-y with which the Persian siyatis, "joy," is to be compared.) The word has never really been satisfactorily explained; it is presumably Persian.
Easton
a star, a prince at the court of Ahasuerus (Esther 1:14).
HDBN
putrefied; searching
SBD
(Pers. a star ), one of the seven princes of Persia and Media. ( Esther 1:14 ) (B.C. 483.)
示非 SHIPHI
代表
代上4:37
ISBE
shifi (shiph`i; Codex Vaticanus Saphal, Codex Alexandrinus Sephein, Lucian, Sophei): A Simeonite prince (1 Ch 4:37 (36)).
HDBN
multitude
SBD
(abundant ), a Simeonite, father of Ziza, a prince of the tribe in the time of Hezekiah. ( 1 Chronicles 4:37 ) (B.C. 726.)
祭便 ZIBEON
代表
創36:1 創36:2 創36:3 創36:4 創36:5 創36:6 創36:7 創36:8 創36:9 創36:10 創36:11 創36:12 創36:13 創36:14 創36:15 創36:16 創36:17 創36:18 創36:19 創36:20 創36:21 創36:22 創36:23 創36:24 創36:25 創36:26 創36:27 創36:28 創36:29 創36:30 創36:31 創36:32 創36:33 創36:34 創36:35 創36:36 創36:37 創36:3
ISBE
zib-e-on (tsibh`on, "hyena"; HPN, 95; Sebegon): A Horite chief (Gen 36:2,14,20,24,29; 1 Ch 1:38,40); he is called the "Hivite" in Gen 36:2 where "Horite" should be read with 36:20,29. In Gen 36:2,14 Anah is said to be "the daughter of Zibeon," whereas the Septuagint, the Samaritan Pentateuch, the Syriac, and Lucian have "the son of Zibeon"; compare 1 Ch 1:38,40, where also Anah is Zibeons son.
Easton
robber; or dyed. (1.) A Hivite (Gen. 36:2). (2.) A Horite, and son of Seir (Gen. 36:20).
HDBN
iniquity that dwells
SBD
(robber ), father of Anah, whose daughter Aholibamah was Esaus wife. ( Genesis 36:2 ) (B.C. 1797.) Although called a Hivite, he is probably the same as Zibeon the son of Seir the Horite. ( Genesis 36:20 Genesis 36:24 Genesis 36:29 ; 1 Chronicles 1:38 1 Chronicles 1:40 )
福徒拿都 FORTUNATUS
代表
林前16:17
ISBE
for-tu-na-tus (Phortounatos): A Roman proper name turned into Gr; same as Latin adjective fortunatus, meaning "blest," or "fortunate." Found only once in the Bible (1 Cor 16:17). Fortunatus, with Stephanas and Achaicus, was an amabassador of the Corinthian church, whose presence at Ephesus refreshed the spirit of the apostle Paul.
Easton
fortunate, a disciple of Corinth who visited Paul at Ephesus, and returned with Stephanas and Achaicus, the bearers of the apostle's first letter to the Corinthians (1 Cor. 16:17).
HDBN
lucky
SBD
(fortunate ) ( 1 Corinthians 16:17 ) one of the three Corinthians the others being Stephanas and Achaicus, who were at Ephesus when St. Paul wrote his first epistle. There is a Fortunatus mentioned in the end of Clements first epistle to the Corinthians, who was possibly the same person.
立尼 LIBNI
代表
出6:17 民3:18 代上6:17 代上6:18 代上6:19 代上6:20
ISBE
lib-ni (libhni):
(1) Son of Gershon (Ex 6:17; Nu 3:18; 1 Ch 6:17,20). Families who traced their descent from Libni are called Libnites (Nu 3:21; 26:58).
(2) A son of Merari (1 Ch 6:29).
See LADAN.
Easton
white, one of the two sons of Gershon, the son of Levi (Ex. 6:17; Num. 3:18, 21). (See LAADAN)
HDBN
same as Libnah
SBD
(white ). The eldest son of Gershon the son of Levi, ( Exodus 6:17 ; Numbers 3:18 ; 1 Chronicles 6:17 1 Chronicles 6:20 ) and ancestor of the family of the Libnites. (B.C. after 1700.) The son of Mahli or Mahali, son of Merari, ( 1 Chronicles 6:29 ) as the text at present stands. It is probable, however, that he is the same with the preceding, and that something has been omitted. Comp. ver. ( 1 Chronicles 6:29 ) with 1Chr 6:20,42
第來雅 DALAIAH
代表
代上24:18
ISBE
da-la-a, da-la-i-a.
See DELAIAH.
HDBN
the poor of the Lord
第萊雅 DALAIAH
代表
代上3:24 代上24:14 耶36:12 耶36:25 拉2:60 尼7:62 尼6:10 代上3:24
ISBE
da-la-a, da-la-i-a.
See DELAIAH.
HDBN
the poor of the Lord
答巴俄 TABBAOTH
代表
拉2:43 尼7:46
Easton
impressions; rings, "the children of," returned from the Captivity (Ezra 2:43).
SBD
(rings ). The children of Tabbaoth were a family of Nethinim who returned with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:43 ; Nehemiah 7:46 ) (B.C. before 536.)
答比匿 TAHPENES
代表
王上11:19
ISBE
ta-pe-nez, ta-pe-nez (tachpenec; Septuagint Thekem(e)ina): Queen of Egypt, the sister of Hadads wife and the foster-mother of his son Genubath (1 Ki 11:19 f).
See PHARAOH.
Easton
the wife of Pharaoh, who gave her sister in marriage to Hadad the Edomite (1 Kings 11:19, 20).
HDBN
standard; flight; temptation
SBD
an Egyptian queen, was wife of the Pharaoh who received Hadad the Edomite, and who gave him her sister in marriage. ( 1 Kings 11:18-20 ) (B.C. about 1000.)
答瑪 TEMAB
代表
尼7:55
米但 MEDAN
代表
創25:2 創25:8 代上1:32
ISBE
me-dan (medhan, "strife"): One of the sons of Abraham by Keturah (Gen 25:2; 1 Ch 1:32). The tribe and its place remain unidentified, and the conjecture that the name may be connected with the Midianites is unlikely from the fact that in the list of the sons of Abraham and Keturah Midian is mentioned alongside of Medan.
Easton
contention, the third son of Abraham by Keturah (Gen. 25:2).
HDBN
judgment; process
SBD
(contention ), a son of Abraham and Keturah. ( Genesis 23:5 ; 1 Chronicles 1:42 )
米列 MERED
代表
代上4:17 代上4:18
ISBE
me-red (meredh, "rebellion"; Septuagint has at least four variants in 1 Ch 4:17,18): A descendant of Judah through Caleb, and mentioned as a "son of Ezrah" (1 Ch 4:17).
Revised Version, rightly following the orthography of the Hebrew which has here the Hebrew letter he (h) instead of aleph () , as in the name of the well-known Ezra, saves us from confusing this Ezrah with the other by giving him the correct terminal letter. Moreover, even if the question of spelling were waived, the absence of the mention of children in any known passages of the life of the scribe Ezra should settle the question, since this passage (1 Ch 4:17) is associated with progeny.
A difficulty meets us in 1 Ch 4:18, where Mered is mentioned as taking to wife "Bithiah the daughter of Pharaoh." That Pharaoh is not the proper name of some individual but the official title of Egypts sovereign seems evident from the fact that the King James Version margin and the Revised Version (British and American) text agree in translating the other wife of Mered as "the Jewess," rather than as a proper name Jehudijah, as if to distinguish the "Jewess" from the Egyptian. Probably "Hodiah" also is a corruption of Jehudijah in 1 Ch 4:19, and should be translated again "the Jewess." Targums and traditions have so changed and transposed and "interpreted" this passage that a sufficiently confused text has become worse confounded, and the only solid fact that emerges is that once a comparatively obscure Judahite (though the founder of several towns--Gedor, Soco, Eshtemoa, etc., 4:18) married an Egyptian princess, whether as a captive or a freewoman we do not know.
See BITHIAH.
Henry Wallace
Easton
rebellion, one of the sons of Ezra, of the tribe of Judah (1 Chr. 4:17).
HDBN
rebellious
SBD
(rebellion ). This name occurs in a fragmentary genealogy in ( 1 Chronicles 4:17 1 Chronicles 4:18 ) as that of one of the sons of Ezra. Tradition identifies him with Caleb and Moses.
米利亞 MELEA
代表
路3:31
ISBE
me-le-a, mel-e-a (Melea): An ancestor of Jesus in Lukes genealogy (Lk 3:31).
Easton
fulness, the son of Menan and father of Eliakim, in the genealogy of our Lord (Luke 3:31).
HDBN
supplying; supplied
SBD
the son of Menan, and ancestor of Joseph in the genealogy of Jesus Christ. ( Luke 3:31 )
米利暗 MIRIAM
代表
出15:20 出15:21 代上4:17
ISBE
mir-i-am (miryam; Septuagint and the New Testament Mariam; English Versions of the Bible of the New Testament "Mary"):
(1) Daughter of Amram and Jochebed, and sister of Aaron and Moses. It is probable that it was she who watched the ark of bulrushes in which the child Moses was laid (Ex 2:4). She associated herself with her brothers in the exodus, is called "the prophetess," and led the choir of maidens who sang the triumph-song after the crossing of the Red Sea (Ex 15:20 f). Along with Aaron, she opposed Moses at Hazeroth (Nu 12:1-5). She was smitten with leprosy in punishment, but on Aarons intercession was pardoned and healed (Nu 12:10-15). She died and was buried at Kadesh (Nu 20:1). In the Deuteronomic Law respecting leprosy, Miriam is mentioned as a warning to the Israelites (Dt 24:8 f). In Mic 6:4, she is referred to along with Moses and Aaron as a leader of Gods people.
(2) Son (or daughter) of Jether (1 Ch 4:17). The latter half of the verse is in its present situation unintelligible; it should probably follow verse 18 (see Curtis, Chronicles, in the place cited.).
John A. Lees
Easton
their rebellion. (1.) The sister of Moses and Aaron (Ex. 2:4-10; 1 Chr. 6:3). Her name is prominent in the history of the Exodus. She is called "the prophetess" (Ex. 15:20). She took the lead in the song of triumph after the passage of the Red Sea. She died at Kadesh during the second encampment at that place, toward the close of the wanderings in the wilderness, and was buried there (Num. 20:1). (See AARON
HDBN
rebellion
SBD
(rebellion ), the sister of Moses, was the eldest of that sacred family; and she first appears, probably as a young girl, watching her infant brothers cradle in the Nile, ( Exodus 2:4 ) and suggesting her mother as a nurse. ver. 7. After the crossing of the Red Sea "Miriam the prophetess" is her acknowledged title. ch. ( Exodus 15:20 ) The prophetic power showed itself in her under the same form as that which it assumed in the days of Samuel and David, --poetry, accompanied with music and processions. ch. ( Exodus 15:1-19 ) She took the lead, with Aaron, in the complaint against Moses for his marriage with a Cushite, ( Numbers 12:1 Numbers 12:2 ) and for this was attacked with leprosy. This stroke and its removal, which took place at Hazeroth, form the last public event of Miriams life. ch. ( Numbers 12:1-15 ) She died toward the close of the wanderings at Kadesh, and was buried there. ch. ( Numbers 20:1 ) (B.C. about 1452.)
米利末 MEREMOTH
代表
尼12:3 尼12:4 尼12:5 尼12:6 尼12:7 尼3:4
ISBE
mer-e-moth, me-re-moth (meremoth, "heights"; Mereimoth):
(1) Son of Uriah (Ezr 8:33), who was head of the 7th course of priests appointed by David (1 Ch 24:10, Hakkoz = Koz; compare Neh 3:4,21). The family of Koz were among those unable to prove their pedigree on the return from Babylon, and were therefore deposed as polluted (Ezr 2:61,62). Meremoths division of the family must, however, have been scatheless, for he is employed in the temple after the return as weigher of the gold and the vessels (Ezr 8:33), a function reserved for priests alone (Ezr 8:24-28). He takes a double part in the reconstruction under Nehemiah, first as a builder of the wall of the city (Neh 3:4), then as a restorer of that part of the temple abutting on the house of Eliashib the priest (Neh 3:21); "Marmoth" in 1 Esdras 8:62.
(2) A member of the house of Bani, and, like so many of that house, among those who married and put away foreign wives (Ezr 10:36). He seems to be named Carabasion (!) in the corresponding list of 1 Esdras 9:34.
(3) The name occurs in Neh 10:5 among those who "seal the covenant" with Nehemiah (Neh 10:1). It may there be the name of an individual (in which case there were 4 of the name), or it may be a family name. Certainly a "Meremoth" came back under Zerubbabel 100 years before (Neh 12:3), and the signatory in question may be either a descendant of the same name or a family representative. The name recurs later in the same list (Neh 12:15) as "Meraioth" through a scribal error confusing the two Hebrew letters yodh (y) and cholem (o) for mem (m). A comparison of Neh 12:1-3 and 12:12-15 shows clearly that it is the same person. Note that in 12:15 "Helkai" is the name of the contemporary leader.
(4) For Meremoth (1 Esdras 8:2 the King James Version).
See MEMEROTH.
Henry Wallace
Easton
exaltations, heights, a priest who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:3), to whom were sent the sacred vessels (Ezra 8:33) belonging to the temple. He took part in rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem (Neh. 3:4).
HDBN
bitterness; myrrh of death
SBD
(elevations ), Son of Uriah or Urijah the priest, of the family of Koz or Hakkoz, the head of the seventh course of priests as established by David. In ( Ezra 8:33 ) Meremoth is appointed to weigh and register the gold and silver vessels belonging to the temple. In the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem under Nehemiah we find Meremoth taking an active part. ( Nehemiah 3:4 ) A layman of the sons of Bani, who had married a foreign wife. ( Ezra 10:36 ) A priest, or more probably a family of priests, who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 10:5 )
米力 MERES
代表
斯1:14
HDBN
defluxion; imposthume
SBD
(lofty ), one of the seven counsellors of Ahasuerus. ( Esther 1:14 )
米力巴力 MERIB-BAAL
代表
代上8:34 代上9:40 撒下4:4 撒下9:1 撒下9:2 撒下9:3 撒下9:4 撒下9:5 撒下9:6 撒下9:7 撒下9:8 撒下9:9 撒下9:10 撒下9:11 撒下9:12 撒下9:13
ISBE
mer-ib-ba-al (meribhba`al; also meri-bha`al, "Baal contends"): The spelling varies in a single verse; 1 Ch 9:40 contains the name twice: first, in the first form above; second, in the second form. The name is given also in 1 Ch 8:34. It is the other name of MEPHIBOSHETH (2) (which see).
In Jer 11:13 and Hos 9:10 the terms "Baal" and "Bosheth" seem to stand in apposition, the latter form being a slightly contemptuous alternative rendered "shame." This is akin to other like changes, such as Esh-baal for Ish-bosheth, Jerub-besheth for Jerub-baal, etc. The change in the first part of the name could occur through a clerical confusion of the Hebrew aspirate pe (p) and resh (r) in Hebrew.
Henry Wallace
Easton
contender with Baal, (1 Chr. 8:34; 9:40), elsewhere called Mephibosheth (2 Sam. 4:4), the son of Jonathan.
米勒 MELECH
代表
代上8:35 代上9:41
ISBE
me-lek (melekh, "king"): Great-grandson of Jonathan, son of Saul, grandson of Mephibosheth or Meribbaal (1 Ch 8:35; 9:41).
Easton
king, the second of Micah's four sons (1 Chr. 8:35), and thus grandson of Mephibosheth.
HDBN
king; counselor
SBD
the second son of Micah, the son of Merib-baal or Mephibosheth. ( 1 Chronicles 8:35 ; 9:41 )
米基立 MICHRI
代表
代上9:8
ISBE
mik-ri (mikhri): A Benjamite dweller in Jerusalem (1 Ch 9:8).
Easton
prize of Jehovah, a Benjamite, the father of Uzzi (1 Chr. 9:8).
HDBN
selling
SBD
(worthy of price ), ancestor of Elah, one of the heads of the fathers of Benjamin. ( 1 Chronicles 9:8 )
米實利密 MESHILLEMITH
代表
代上9:12 尼11:13
ISBE
me-shil-e-mith (meshillemith, "retribution"): A priest, son of Immer, ancestor, according to 1 Ch 9:12, of Adaiah and Pashhur, and according to Neh 11:13, of Amashai. In the latter passage this name is spelled MESHILLEMOTH (which see).
SBD
(recompense ), the son of Immer, a priest. ( Nehemiah 11:13 ; 1 Chronicles 9:12 )
米實利末 MESHILLEMOTH
代表
代下28:12
ISBE
me-shil-e-moth, me-shil-e-moth (meshillemoth, "recompense"):
(1) An Ephraimite ancestor of Berechiah, chief of the tribe, in the reign of Pekah (2 Ch 28:12).
(2) The "Meshillemith" of Neh 11:13.
Easton
requitals. (1.) The father of Berechiah (2 Chr. 28:12). (2.) A priest, the son of Immer (Neh. 11:13).
SBD
(recompense ). An Ephraimite, one of the chiefs of the tribe in the reign of Pekah. ( 2 Chronicles 28:12 ) The same as MESHILLEMITH. ( Nehemiah 11:13 )
米希他別 MEHETABEL
代表
創36:39 代上1:50 尼6:10 尼6:11 尼6:12 尼6:13
Easton
wife of Hadad, one of the kings of Edom (Gen. 36:39).
HDBN
how good is God
SBD
(favored of God ), the daughter of Matred, and wife of Hadad king of Edom. ( Genesis 36:39 )
米希大 MEHIDA
代表
拉2:52
ISBE
me-hi-da (mechidha, "renowned"; "Meeda" (1 Esdras 5:32)): Ancestor and patronymic of a family of Nethinim who came back from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:52; Neh 7:54).
HDBN
a riddle; sharpness of wit
SBD
(famous, noble ), a family of Nethinim, the descendants of Mehida. returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:52 ; Nehemiah 7:54 )


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