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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
雅比斯 JABEZ
代表
代上4:9 代上4:10
ISBE
ja-bez (ya`bets, "sorrow" ("height)):
(1) Place: An unidentified town probably in the territory of Judah, occupied by scribes (1 Ch 2:55). For an ingenious reconstruction of the passage see EB, under the word
(2) Person: The head of a family of Judah, noted for his "honorable" character, though "his mother bare him with sorrow" (1 Ch 4:9,10), ya`bets being interpreted as if it stood for ya`tsebh, "he causes pain." The same play upon words recurs in his prayer, "that it be not to my sorrow!" His request was granted, "and the sorrow implied by his ominous name was averted by prayer" (Dummelow, in the place cited.).
Easton
affiction. (1.) A descendant of Judah, of whom it is recorded that "God granted him that which he requested" (1 Chr. 4:9, 10). (2.) A place inhabited by several families of the scribes (1 Chr. 2:55).
HDBN
sorrow; trouble
SBD
(sorrow ). Apparently a place at which the families of the scribes resided who belonged to the families of the Kenites. ( 1 Chronicles 2:55 ) The name occurs again in the genealogies of Judah, ( 1 Chronicles 4:9 1 Chronicles 4:10 ) in a passage of remarkable detail inserted in a genealogy again connected with Bethlehem. ver. 4.
雅玳 JADDAI
代表
拉10:43
ISBE
jad-i, jad-a-i.
See IDDO; JADAU.
雅疊 JAHDIEL
代表
代上5:24
ISBE
ja-di-el (yachdiel, "God gives joy"): In 1 Ch 5:24, head of a Manassite family.
HDBN
the unity
雅立 JARIB
代表
創46:10 出6:15 拉8:16 拉10:18
ISBE
ja-rib, jar-ib (yaribh, "he contends," or "takes (our) part," or "conducts (our) case"):
(1) In 1 Ch 4:24, a "son" (clan) of Simeon = "Jachin" of Gen 46:10; Ex 6:15; Nu 26:12.
(2)In Ezr 8:16, one of the "chief men" for whom Ezra sent, and dispatched by him to Casiphia to fetch ministers for Gods house = "Joribus" (1 Esdras 8:44).
(3) In Ezr 10:18, a priest who had married a foreign wife = "Joribus" (1 Esdras 9:19).
Easton
an adversary. (1.) A son of Simeon (1 Chr. 4:24). (2.) One of the chiefs sent by Ezra to bring up the priests to Jerusalem (Ezra 8:16). (3.) Ezra 10:18.
HDBN
fighting; chiding; multiplying; avenging
SBD
(adversary ). Named in the list of ( 1 Chronicles 4:24 ) only, as a son of Simeon. Perhaps the same as JACHIN. Genesis46; Exod 6; Numb 26. One of the "chief men" who accompanied Ezra on his journey from Babylon to Jerusalem. ( Ezra 8:16 ) (B.C. 469.) A priest of the house of Jeshua the son of Jozadak, who had married a foreign wife, and was compelled by Ezra to put her away. ( Ezra 10:18 ) (B.C. 459.) 1 Macc. 14:29. A contraction or corruption of the name JOARIB. ch. 2:1.
雅米勒 JAMLECH
代表
代上4:34
ISBE
jam-lek (yamlekh, "may he (God) cause to reign"): A "prince" or chief of the tribe of Simeon (1 Ch 4:34). If 4:41 refers to the preceding list, he lived in the time of Hezekiah.
HDBN
reigning; asking counsel
SBD
(whom God makes king ), one of the chief men of the tribe of Simeon. ( 1 Chronicles 4:34 )
雅薛 JAAZIEL
代表
代上15:18 代上15:20
ISBE
ja-a-zi-el (ya`aziel, "God strengthens"): In 1 Ch 15:18, a Levite, one of the musicians appointed to play upon instruments at the bringing up of the ark by David. Kittel and Curtis, following the Septuagint (Ozeiel), read "Uzziel," the name they adopt for Aziel in 15:20, and for Jeiel in 16:5.
Easton
comforted by God, a Levitical musician (1 Chr. 15:18).
雅薛 JAHZEEL
代表
民26:48 代上7:13
Easton
allotted by God, the first of the sons of Naphtali (Gen. 46:24).
HDBN
God hasteth
雅蘭 JALAM
代表
代上1:35
ISBE
ja-lam (ya`lam, according to BDB following Septuagint Ieglom, in Gen, from `alam, meaning "to conceal"; according to Gunkel, Gen3, 390, from ya`el, "mountain-goat"; see HPN, 90, note 5; King James Version Jaalam): In Gen 36:5,14,18; 1 Ch 1:35, a son of Esau, mentioned as the 2nd son by Oholibamah; probably an Edomite clan.
雅西業 JAASIEL
代表
代上11:47 代上27:21
ISBE
ja-a-si-el (ya`asiel, "God makes" (?)): In 1 Ch 11:47, a Mezobaite, one of "the mighty men of the armies," and probably = "Jaasiel" of 1 Ch 27:21, "the son of Abner," and a Benjamite tribal prince of Davids. the King James Version "Jasiel."
Easton
made by God, one of David's body-guard, the son of Abner (1 Chr. 27:21), called Jasiel in 1 Chr. 11:47.
HDBN
Gods work
雅西雅 JAAZIAH
代表
代上24:26 代上24:27
ISBE
ja-a-zi-a (ya`aziyahu, "Yah strengthens"): In 1 Ch 24:26,27, a Levite, "son" of Merari. But the Massoretic Text is corrupt. The Septuagints Codex Vaticanus reads (Ozeid), which some take to suggest Uzziah (compare 27:25); see Curtis, Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Books of Chronicles, 274-75; See Kittel, at the place.
Easton
comforted by Jehovah, a descendant of Merari the Levite (1 Chr. 24:26,27).
HDBN
Jaaziel
雅買 JAHMAI
代表
代上7:2
ISBE
ja-ma-i, ja-mi (yachmay, perhaps = yachmeyah, "may Yahweh protect!"): In 1 Ch 7:2, head of a clan of Issachar.
HDBN
warm; making warm
雅述 JASHUB
代表
民26:24 拉10:29
ISBE
ja-shub, jash-ub (yashubh; yashibh, in Chronicles, but Qere, yashubh, "he returns"):
(1) In Nu 26:24; 1 Ch 7:1, a "son" (clan) of Issachar. Gen 46:13 has incorrectly Iob, but Septuagint Jashub.
(2) In Ezr 10:29, one of those who had married foreign wives = "Jasubus" in 1 Esdras 9:30.
(3) In Isa 7:3, part of the name SHEAR-JASHUB (which see).
Easton
returner. (1.) The third of Issachar's four sons (1 Chr. 7:1); called also Job (Gen. 46:13). (2.) Ezra 10:29.
HDBN
a returning; a controversy; a dwelling place
SBD
(he turns ). The third son of Issachar, and founder of the family of the Jashubites. ( Numbers 26;24 Numbers 24 ; 1 Chronicles 7:1 ) (B.C. 1706.) One of the sons of Bani, who had to put away his foreign wife. ( Ezra 10:29 ) (B.C. 459.)
雅金 JAKIM
代表
代上8:19 代上24:12
ISBE
ja-kim (yaqim, "he (God) lifteth Up"; compare ELIAKIM):
(1) A Benjamite, a son of Shimei (1 Ch 8:19).
(2) A priest, the head of the 12th of the 24 courses into which the priests were divided (1 Ch 24:12).
Easton
establisher. (1.) Chief of the twelfth priestly order (1 Chr. 24:12). (2.) A Benjamite (1 Chr. 8:19). (3.) Margin in Matt. 1:11 means Jehoiakim.
HDBN
rising; confirming; establishing
SBD
(whom God sets up ). Head of the twelfth course of priests in the reign of David. ( 1 Chronicles 24:12 ) (B.C. 1014.) A Benjamite, one of the Bene-Shimhi. ( 1 Chronicles 8:19 ) (B.C. 588.)
雅雷俄珥金 JAARE-OREGIM
代表
代上20:5
ISBE
ja-a-re-or-e-jim, -ore-gim (ya`areoreghim): In 2 Sam 21:19, given as the name of a Bethlehemite, father of Elhanan, who is said to have slain Goliath the Gittite (compare 1 Sam 17). The name is not likely to be a mans name; the second part means "weavers" and occurs also as the last word of the verse in the Massoretic Text, so it is probably a scribal error here due to repetition. The first part is taken to be (1) an error for ya`ir (see JAIR), which is to be read in the parallel section in 1 Ch 20:5; (2) in 2 Sam 23:24 Elhanan is the son of Dodo, also a Bethlehemite, and Klostermann would read here Dodai as the name of Elhanans father.
David Francis Roberts
Easton
forests of the weavers, a Bethlehemite (2 Sam. 21:19), and the father of Elhanan, who slew Goliath. In 1 Chr. 20:5 called JAIR.
SBD
(forests of the weavers ), ( 2 Samuel 21:19 ) a Bethlehemite, and the father of Elhanan who slew Goliath. In the parallel passage, ( 1 Chronicles 20:5 ) Jair is found instead of Jaare, and Oregim is omitted. (B.C. 1063.)
雅非亞 JAPHIA
代表
書10:3 書10:4 書10:5 撒下5:15 代上3:7 代上14:6
Easton
splendid. (1.) The king of Lachish, who joined in the confederacy against Joshua (Josh. 10:3), and was defeated and slain. In one of the Amarna tablets he speaks of himself as king of Gezer. Called also Horam (Josh. 10:33). (2.) One of the sons of David (2 Sam. 5:15), born in Jerusalem. (3.) A town in the southern boundary of Zebulum (Josh. 19:12); now Yafa, 2 miles south-west of Nazareth.
HDBN
enlightening; appearing
SBD
(splended ) The boundary of Zebulun ascended from Daberath to Japhia, and thence passed to Gath-hepher. ( Joshua 19:12 ) Yafa , two miles south of Nazareth. ,is not unlikely to be identical with Japhin.
雅頓 JADON
代表
尼3:7
ISBE
ja-don (yadhon, perhaps "he will judge" or "plead"): One who helped to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem in company with the men of Gibeon and of Mizpah (Neh 3:7). He is called the "Meronothite," and another Meronothite is referred to in 1 Ch 27:30, but there is no mention of a place Meronoth. Jadon is the name given by Josephus (Ant., VIII, viii, 5; ix, 1) to "the man of God" from Judah who confronted Jeroboam as he burned incense at the altar in Bethel, and who was afterward deceived by the lie of the old prophet (1 Ki 13). Josephus may probably have meant Iddo the seer, whose visions concerning Jeroboam (2 Ch 9:29) led to his being identified in Jewish tradition with "the man of God", from Judah.
James Crichton
Easton
judge, a Meronothite who assisted in rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem (Neh. 3:7).
SBD
(judge ), the Meronothite, who assisted to repair the wall of Jerusalem. ( Nehemiah 3:7 ) (B.C. 446.) indicates this entry was also found in Easton's Bible Dictionary
非各 PHICHOL
代表
創21:22 創26:26
HDBN
the mouth of all
SBD
(strong ), chief captain of the army of Abimelech, king of the Philistines of Gerar in the days of both Abraham, ( Genesis 21:22 Genesis 21:32 ) and Isaac. ( Genesis 28:26 ) (B.C. 1900.)
非尼哈 PHINEHAS
代表
出6:25 代上6:4 拉7:5 民25:6 民25:7 民25:8 民25:9 民25:10 民25:11 民25:12 民25:13 民25:14 民25:15 民25:16 民25:17 民25:18 詩106:30 詩106:31 民31:6 書22:13 書22:14 書22:15 書22:16 書22:17 書22:18 書22:19 書22:20 士20:28 書24:33 撒上1:3 撒上2:34 撒上4:11 拉8:2 拉8:33
ISBE
fin-e-as, -az, fin-e-has, -haz (pinechac, "mouth of brass"):
(1) Son of Eleazar and grandson of Aaron (Ex 6:25; compare 1 Ch 6:4; Ezr 7:5, where he is seen to be an ancestor of Ezra). He took a leading part in cleansing Israel from whoredom at Shittim. He there punished the brazen licentiousness of Zimri, prince of Sirecon, by slaying both him and the Midianite woman he had brought into camp (Nu 25:6-18). This incident is referred to in Ps 106:30,31 (compare 1 Macc 2:26,54; Sirach 45:23,24). As priest he accompanied the expedition sent by Moses against Midjan (Nu 31:6). He was chief of the Korahite Levites (1 Ch 9:20), and succeeded his father as high priest. While he was in that office the civil war with Benjamin occurred, and it was he who delivered the oracles decision to fight Benjamin (Jdg 20:28 ff). His faithful services secured to his house the succession of the priesthood (Nu 25:11-13). He was sent as ambassador to inquire into the reported idolatry of Reuben, Gad and part of Manasseh (Josh 22:13 ff,30-32). According to Septuagint he was buried with his father in Ephraim on the hill Gibeah Phinehas (see Josh 24:33). His character was marked with strong moral indignation and fine integrity.
(2) The younger son of Eli (1 Sam 1:3; 2 Esdras 1:2, "Phinees").
See HOPHNI AND PHINEHAS.
(3) Father of a priest named Eleazar (Ezr 8:33; compare 8:2; 1 Esdras 8:63, "Phinees").
Henry Wallace
Easton
mouth of brass, or from old Egypt, the negro. (1.) Son of Eleazar, the high priest (Ex. 6:25). While yet a youth he distinguished himself at Shittim by his zeal against the immorality into which the Moabites had tempted the people (Num. 25:1-9), and thus "stayed the plague" that had broken out among the people, and by which twenty-four thousand of them perished. For his faithfulness on that occasion he received the divine approbation (10-13). He afterwards commanded the army that went out against the Midianites (31:6-8). When representatives of the people were sent to expostulate with the two and a half tribes who, just after crossing Jordan, built an altar and departed without giving any explanation, Phinehas was their leader, and addressed them in the words recorded in Josh. 22:16-20. Their explanation follows. This great altar was intended to be all ages only a witness that they still formed a part of Israel. Phinehas was afterwards the chief adviser in the war with the Benjamites. He is commemorated in Ps. 106:30, 31. (See ED
HDBN
bold aspect; face of trust or protection
SBD
(mouth of brass ). Son of Eleazar and grandson of Aaron. ( Exodus 6:25 ) He is memorable for having while quite a youth, by his zeal and energy at the critical moment of the licentious idolatry of Shittim, appeased the divine wrath, and put a stop to the plague which was destroying the nation. ( Numbers 25:7 ) (B.C. 1452.) For this he was rewarded by the special approbation of Jehovah and by a promise that the priesthood should remain in his family forever. ( Numbers 25:10-13 ) He was appointed to accompany as priest the expedition by which the Midianites were destroyed. ch. ( Numbers 31:6 ) Many years later he also headed the party which was despatched from Shiloh to remonstrate against the altar which the transjordanic tribes were reported to have built near Jordan. ( Joshua 22:13-32 ) In the partition of the country he received an allotment of his own --a hill on Mount Ephraim which bore his name. After Eleazars death he became high priest --the third of the series. In this capacity he is introduced as giving the oracle to the nation during the whole struggle with the Benjamites on the matter of Gibeah. ( Judges 20:28 ) The verse which closes the book of Joshua is ascribed to Phinehas, as the description of the death of Moses at the end of Deuteronomy is to Joshua. The tomb of Phinehas, a place of great resort to both Jews and Samaritans, is shown at Awertah , four miles southeast of Nablus . Second son of Eli. ( 1 Samuel 1:3 ; 2:34 ; 1 Samuel 4:4 1 Samuel 4:11 1 Samuel 4:17 1 Samuel 4:19 ; 14:3 ) Phinehas was killed with his brother by the Philistines when the ark was captured. (B.C. 1125.) [ELI] A Levite of Ezras time, ( Ezra 8:33 ) unless the meaning be that Eleazar was of the family of the great Phinehas.
非比 PHOEBE
代表
羅16:1
ISBE
fe-be (Phoibe; the King James Version Phebe): Described by Paul as (1) "our sister," (2) "who is a servant of the church that is at Cenchrea," (3) "a helper of many, and of mine own self" (Rom 16:1,2). (1) "Our (Christian) sister": Paul calls the believing husband and wife "the brother or the sister" (1 Cor 7:15), and also asks, "Have we no right to lead about a wife that is a sister?" (1 Cor 9:5 margin). The church was a family. (2) The Greek word translated "servant" is diakonos. "Servant" is vague, and "deaconess" is too technical. In the later church there was an order of deaconesses for special work among women, owing to the peculiar circumstances of oriental life, but we have no reason to believe there was such an order at this early period. If Phoebe had voluntarily devoted herself "to minister unto the saints" by means of charity and hospitality, she would be called diakonos. (3) The Greek word prostatis translated "helper" is better "patroness." The masculine is "the title of a citizen in Athens who took charge of the interests of clients and persons without civic rights" (Denney). Many of the early Christian communities had the appearance of clients under a patron, and probably the community of Cenchrea met in the house of Phoebe. She also devoted her influence and means to the assistance of "brethren" landing at that port. Paul was among those whom she benefited. Gifford thinks some special occasion is meant, and that Paul refers to this in Acts 18:18. The vow "seems to point to a deliverance from danger or sickness" in which Phoebe may have attended on him.
It is generally assumed that this letter was taken to Rome by Phoebe, these verses introducing her to the Christian community. In commending her, Paul asks that the Roman Christians "receive her in the Lord," i.e. give her a Christian welcome, and that they "assist her in whatsoever matter she may have need" of them (Rom 16:1,2).
S. F. Hunter
SBD
(radiant ) the first and one of the most important of the Christian persons the detailed mention of whom nearly all the last chapter of the Epistle to the Romans. (A.D.55.) What is said of her, ( Romans 16:1 Romans 16:2 ) is worthy of special notice because of its bearing on the question of the deaconesses of the apostolic Church.
非羅羅古 PHILOLOGUS
代表
羅16:15
ISBE
fi-lol-o-gus (Philologos, "fond of learning," "learned"): The name of a Roman Christian to whom Paul sent greetings (Rom 16:15). His name is coupled with that of Julia, who was probably his wife or sister. Philologus and those united with him in this salutation formed by themselves one of the "house churches" or groups in the Christian community. The name is found in inscriptions connected with the imperial household, with reference to one of which Bishop Lightfoot has the following note: "It has been supposed that the name Philologus was given by the master to the freedman mentioned in this inscription, as being appropriate to his office (Friedlander I, 89, 160). .... If so, some light is thrown on the probable occupation of the Philologus of Paul" (Phil, 177, note 1).
S. F. Hunter
HDBN
a lover of letters
SBD
a Christian at Rome to whom St. Paul sends his salutation. ( Romans 18:15 )
革來氏 CHLOE
代表
林前1:11
ISBE
klo-e (Chloe, "a tender shoot"): A woman, presumably a Christian, mentioned only in 1 Cor 1:11. She was a resident either of Corinth or of Ephesus. Paul had been informed by some of her household, probably Christian slaves, of the dissensions in the church at Corinth. Nothing more is known of her.
Easton
verdure, a female Christian (1 Cor. 1:11), some of whose household had informed Paul of the divided state of the Corinthian church. Nothing is known of her.
HDBN
green herb
SBD
(green herb ), a woman mentioned in ( 1 Corinthians 1:11 )
革利免 CLEMENT
代表
腓4:3
ISBE
klem-ent (Klemes, "mild"): A fellow-worker with Paul at Philippi, mentioned with especial commendation in Phil 4:3. The name being common, no inference can be drawn from this statement as to any identity with the author of the Epistle to the Corinthians published under this name, who was also the third bishop of Rome. The truth of this supposition ("it cannot be called a tradition," Donaldson, The Apostolical Fathers, 120), although found in Origen, Eusebius, Epiphanius and Jerome, can neither be proved nor disproved. Even Roman Catholic authorities dispute it (article "Clement," Catholic Cyclopaedia, IV, 13). The remoteness between the two in time and place is against it; "a wholly uncritical view" (Cruttwell, Literary History of Early Christianity, 31).
H. E. Jacobs
Easton
mild, a Christian of Philippi, Paul's "fellow-labourer," whose name he mentions as "in the book of life" (Phil. 4:3). It was an opinion of ancient writers that he was the Clement of Rome whose name is well known in church history, and that he was the author of an Epistle to the Corinthians, the only known manuscript of which is appended to the Alexandrian Codex, now in the British Museum. It is of some historical interest, and has given rise to much discussion among critics. It makes distinct reference to Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians.
HDBN
mild; good; merciful
SBD
(mild, merciful ), ( Philemon 4:3 ) a fellow laborer of St. Paul when he was at Philippi. (A.D. 57.) It was generally believed in the ancient Church that this Clement was identical with the bishop of Rome who afterwards became so celebrated.
革勒士 CRESCENS
代表
提後4:10
ISBE
kres-enz (Kreskes, "increasing"): An assistant of Paul, mentioned in 2 Tim 4:10 as having gone to Galatia. That he was one of the Seventy, and that he founded the church in Vienna in Gaul, are traditions without any trustworthy basis.
Easton
increasing, probably one of the seventy disciples of Christ. He was one of Paul's assistants (2 Tim. 4:10), probably a Christian of Rome.
HDBN
growing; increasing
SBD
(growing ), ( 2 Timothy 4:10 ) an assistant of St. Paul, said to have been one of the seventy disciples.
革流巴 CLEOPAS
代表
路24:18
ISBE
kle-o-pas (Kleopas, "renowned father"): One of the two disciples whom Jesus met on the way to Emmaus (Lk 24:18). The name is a contraction of Cleopatros, not identical with Clopas of Jn 19:25.
See also ALPHAEUS; CLOPAS.
Easton
(abbreviation of Cleopatros), one of the two disciples with whom Jesus conversed on the way to Emmaus on the day of the resurrection (Luke 24:18). We know nothing definitely regarding him. It is not certain that he was the Clopas of John 19:25, or the Alphaeus of Matt. 10:3, although he may have been so.
SBD
(of a renowned father ), one of the two disciples who were going to Emmaus on the day of the resurrection. ( Luke 24:18 ) Some think the same as Cleophas in ( John 19:25 ) But they are probably two different persons. Cleopas is a Greek name, contracted from Cleopater, while Cleophas, or Clopas as in the Revised Version, is an Aramaic name, the same as Alphaeus.
革羅罷 CLEOPHAS
代表
約19:25
ISBE
kle-o-fas.
See CLOPAS.
Easton
(in the spelling of this word _h_ is inserted by mistake from Latin MSS.), rather Cleopas, which is the Greek form of the word, while Clopas is the Aramaic form. In John 19:25 the Authorized Version reads, "Mary, the wife of Clopas." The word "wife" is conjecturally inserted here. If "wife" is rightly inserted, then Mary was the mother of James the Less, and Clopas is the same as Alphaeus (Matt. 10:3; 27:56).
HDBN
the whole glory
SBD
Revised Version Clopas, the husband of Mary the sister of Virgin Mary. ( John 19:25 ) He was probably dead before Jesus ministry began, for his wife and children constantly appear with Josephs family in the time of our Lords ministry. --Englishmans Cyc. [CLEOPAS; ALPHAEUS]


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