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亞里達古 ARISTARCHUS
代表
徒19:29 徒20:4 徒27:2 門24 西4:10
ISBE
ar-is-tar-kus (Aristarchos, "best ruler"): He was one of those faithful companions of the apostle Paul who shared with him his labors and sufferings. He is suddenly mentioned along with Gaius as having been seized by the excited Ephesians during the riot stirred up by the silversmiths (Acts 19:29). They are designated "men of Macedonia, Pauls companions in travel." We learn later that he was a native of Thessalonica (Acts 20:4; 27:2). They were probably seized to extract from them information about their leader Paul, but when they could tell nothing, and since they were Greeks, nothing further was done to them.
When Aristarchus attached himself to Paul we do not know, but he seems ever after the Ephesian uproar to have remained in Pauls company. He was one of those who accompanied Paul from Greece via Macedonia (Acts 20:4). Having preceded Paul to Troas, where they waited for him, they traveled with him to Israel. He is next mentioned as accompanying Paul to Rome (Acts 27:2). There he attended Paul and shared his imprisonment. He is mentioned in two of the letters of the Roman captivity, in the Epistle to the church at Col (4:10), and in the Epistle to Philem (1:24), in both of which he sends greetings. In the former Paul calls him "my fellow-prisoner." According to tradition he was martyred during the persecution of Nero.
S. F. Hunter
Easton
best ruler, native of Thessalonica (Acts 20:4), a companion of Paul (Acts 19:29; 27:2). He was Paul's "fellow-prisoner" at Rome (Col. 4:10; Philemon 1:24).
HDBN
the best prince
SBD
(the best ruler ), a Thessalonian, ( Acts 20:4 ; 27:2 ) who accompanied St. Paul on his third missionary journey. ( Acts 19:29 ) He was with the apostle on his return to Asia, ( Acts 20:4 ) and again, Acts 27:2 on his voyage to Rome. We trace him afterwards as St. Pauls fellow prisoner in ( Colossians 4:10 ) and Phle 1:24 Tradition makes him bishop of Apamea.
亞金 ACHIM
代表
太1:14
ISBE
a-kim (Acheim): A descendant of Zerubbabel and ancestor of Jesus, mentioned only in Mt 1:14.
HDBN
preparing; revenging; confirming
SBD
son of Sadoc and father of Eliud in our Lords genealogy. ( Matthew 1:14 ) The Hebrew form of the name would be Jachin , which is a short form of Jehoiachin, the Lord will establish.
亞雅 AJAH
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創36:24
ISBE
a-ja. An Edomite tribe (Gen 36:24 the King James Version).
See AIAH.
亞雜 ARZA
代表
王上16:9 王上16:10
ISBE
ar-za (artsa): A steward of King Elah, in whose house at Tirzah Zimri murdered the king at a drinking debauch. The text is not quite clear, and Arza might have been a servant of Zimri (1 Ki 16:9).
SBD
prefect of the palace at Tirzah to Elah king of Israel, who was assassinated at a banquet in his house by Zimri. ( 1 Kings 16:9 )
亞難 ANAN
代表
尼10:26
ISBE
a-nan (`anan, "cloud"): (1) One of those who, with Nehemiah, sealed the covenant (Neh 10:26). (2) A returned exile (1 Esdras 5:30). He is called Hanan in Ezr 2:46 and Neh 7:49.
Easton
cloud, one of the Israelites who sealed the covenant after the return from Babylon (Neh. 10:26).
SBD
(a cloud ), one of the "heads of the people" who signed the covenant with Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 10:26 ) (B.C. 410.)
亞難尼 ANANIAH
代表
尼3:23
ISBE
an-a-ni-a `ananyah, "Yah has covered"): (1) Grandfather of Azariah. He assisted in repairing the walls of Jerusalem after his return from the exile (Neh 3:23). (2) A town of Benjamin mentioned in connection with Nob and Hazor (Neh 11:32). It is commonly identified with Beit Hanina, between three and four miles North-Northwest from Jerusalem.
Easton
protected by Jehovah, the name of a town in the tribe of Benjamin between Nob and Hazor (Neh. 11:32). It is probably the modern Beit Hanina, a small village 3 miles north of Jerusalem.
SBD
(protected by Jehovah ) probably a priest, and ancestor of Azariah, who assisted in rebuilding the city wall in the days of Nehemiah. ( Nehemiah 3:23 ) (B.C. before 446.)
亞革波 ACHBOR
代表
創36:38 代上1:49 耶26:22 代下22:12 王下22:14
ISBE
ak-bor (`akhbor, "mouse"):
(1) The father of Baal-hanan, who was the seventh of the eight kings who reigned in Edom before there were kings in Israel (Gen 36:38,39; 1 Ch 1:49).
(2) The son of Micaiah (called in Chronicles Abdon the son of Micah) who went with Hilkiah the priest and other high officials, at the command of King Josiah, to consult Huldah the prophetess concerning the book that had been found (2 Ki 22:12,14; 2 Ch 34:20).
It may be presumed that this Achbor is also the man mentioned in Jer (26:22; 36:12) as the father of Elnathan, who went to Egypt for King Jehoiakim in order to procure the extradition of Uriah the prophet, and who protested against the burning of Baruchs roll.
Willis J. Beecher
Easton
gnawing = mouse. (1.) An Edomitish king (Gen. 36:38; 1 Chr. 1:49). (2.) One of Josiah's officers sent to the prophetess Huldah to inquire regarding the newly-discovered book of the law (2 Kings 22:12, 14). He is also called Abdon (2 Chr. 34:20).
HDBN
a rat; bruising
SBD
(mouse ). Father of Baalhanan king of Edom. ( Genesis 36:38 Genesis 36:39 ; 1 Chronicles 1:49 ) Son of Michaiah, a contemporary of Josiah, ( 2 Kings 22:12 2 Kings 22:14 ; Jeremiah 26:22 ; 36:12 ) called ABDON in ( 2 Chronicles 34:20 ) (B.C. 623.)
亞黑 AHER
代表
代上7:12
ISBE
a-her (acher, "another"; Aer): A man of Benjamin (1 Ch 7:12), apparently a contracted form, perhaps the same as Ahiram (King James Version) (Nu 26:38) or Aharah (1 Ch 8:1).
SBD
(following ), ancestor of Hushim a Benjamite. The name occurs in the genealogy of Benjamin. ( 1 Chronicles 7:12 ) It is not improbable that Aher and Ahiram, ( Numbers 26:38 ) are the same.
亞龍 ALLON
代表
代上4:37
ISBE
al-on (allon, "oak"):
(1) A town in the tribe of Naphtali in northern Israel (Josh 19:33), according to the King James Version, which follows some Hebrew texts. It is better however to read with the Revised Version (British and American), "oak" (elon), rather than as proper noun.
(2) A prominent descendant of the tribe of Simeon (1 Ch 4:37).
(3) the Revised Version (British and American) for Allom of the King James Version in 1 Esdras 5:34 (which see).
Easton
oak. (1.) The expression in the Authorized Version of Josh. 19:33, "from Allon to Zaanannim," is more correctly rendered in the Revised Version, "from the oak in Zaanannim." The word denotes some remarkable tree which stood near Zaanannim, and which served as a landmark. (2.) The son of Jedaiah, of the family of the Simeonites, who expelled the Hamites from the valley of Gedor (1 Chr. 4:37).
HDBN
an oak; strong
SBD
(an oak ) a Simeonite, ancestor of Ziza, a prince of his tribe in the reign of Hezekiah ( 1 Chronicles 4:37 ) (B.C. 727.)
亦施瓦 ISHUAH
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創46:17 代上7:30
SBD
(quiet ), the second son of Asher. ( Genesis 46:17 ) (B.C. 1706.)
亦施韋 ISUI
代表
創46:17 代上7:30 撒上14:49
ISBE
is-u-i.
See ISHVI.
HDBN
same as Ishuah
SBD
(quiet ), third son of Asher, ( Genesis 46:17 ) founder of a family called after him, though in the Authorized Version appearing as THE JESUITES. ( Numbers 26:44 ) (B.C. 1706.)
亦迦 ISCAH
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創11:29 創11:30 創11:31
ISBE
iz-ka, is-ka (yickah): Daughter of Haran and sister of Milcah the wife of Nahor (Gen 11:29). Tradition identifies her with Sarai, Abrams wife; but without sufficient reason.
Easton
spy, the daughter of Haran and sister of Milcah and Lot (Gen. 11:29, 31).
HDBN
he that anoints
SBD
(one who looks forth ), daughter of Haran the brother of Abram, and sister of Milcah and of Lot. ( Genesis 11:29 ) In the Jewish traditions she is identified with Sarai. (B.C. about 1920.)
亭納 TIMNA
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創36:22 代上1:39 創36:40 代上1:51 代上1:36 創36:16
ISBE
tim-na (timna`; Thamna): A conbubine of Eliphaz, Esaus son, and the mother of Amalek (Gen 36:12). But in Gen 36:22 and 1 Ch 1:39 Timna is the sister of Lotan, and in Gen 36:40 and 1 Ch 1:51 a chief or elan of Edom (see TIMNAH (3)). These variations are to be expected when the origin of genealogies is recalled. (In Genesis, English Versions of the Bible read, contrary to rule, "Timnah.") Gunkels theory is that Gen 36:12a is a later insertion in P.
SBD
or Timnah (restraint ). A concubine of Eliphaz son of Esau, and mother of Amalek ( Genesis 36:12 ) it may be presumed that she was the same as Timna sister of Lotan. Ibid. ver. 22, and ( 1 Chronicles 1:39 ) (B.C. after 1800.) A duke or phylarch of Edom in the last list in ( Genesis 36:40-43 ; 1 Chronicles 1:51-54 ) Timnah was probably the name of a place or a district. [See the following article]
他伯利們 TABRIMON
代表
王上15:18
Easton
good is Rimmon, the father of Benhadad, king of Syria (1 Kings 15:18).
HDBN
good pomegranate; the navel; the middle
SBD
(properly Tabrimmon, i.e. good is Rimmon , the Syrian god) the father of Ben-hadad I., king of Syria in the reign of Asa. ( 1 Kings 15:18 ) (B.C. before 928.)
他別 TABEEL
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拉4:7
ISBE
ta-be-el: A name meaning "good is God," borne by two persons in the Old Testament (Isa 7:6, the King James Version, "Tabeal").
(1) The father of the man whom the kings of Israel and Damascus planned to place upon the throne of Judah (Isa 7:6). The form of the name Tabheel, suggests that he was a Syrian; his son evidently was a tool of Rezin, king of Damascus. The name is vocalized so as to read Tebeal (Tabheal), which might be translated "good for nothing," though some explain it as a pausal form, with the ordinary meaning. The change, probably due to a desire to express contempt, is very slight in Hebrew.
(2) A Persian official in Samaria (Tabheel) (Ezr 4:7). All that is known of him is that he joined with other officials in sending a letter to Artaxerxes for the purpose of hindering the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem.
F. C. Eiselen
Easton
a Persian governor of Samaria, who joined others in the attempt to prevent the rebuilding of Jerusalem (Ezra 4:7).
他利亞 TAREA
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代上8:35 代上9:41
ISBE
ta-re-a, ta-re-a (taarea`, a copyists mistake (1 Ch 8:35) for tacharea, "the shrewd one," in 1 Ch 9:41; Codex Vaticanus Theree; Codex Alexandrinus Tharee; Lucian, Tharaa; in 1 Ch 9:41, Codex Vaticanus Tharach; Codex Alexandrinus Thara; Lucian, Tharaa; see TAHREA): A descendant of Saul mentioned in a genealogy of Benjamin (1 Ch 9:41).
HDBN
howling; doing evil
SBD
the same as Tahreah, the son of Micah. ( 1 Chronicles 8:35 )
他哈 TA-HATH
代表
代上6:24 代上6:24 代上7:20
他拉 TERAH
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創11:25 書24:2 創11:25 創11:26 創11:27 創11:28 創11:29 創11:30 創11:31 創11:32
Easton
the wanderer; loiterer, for some unknown reason emigrated with his family from his native mountains in the north to the plains of Mesopotamia. He had three sons, Haran, Nahor, and Abraham, and one daughter, Sarah. He settled in "Ur of the Chaldees," where his son Haran died, leaving behind him his son Lot. Nahor settled at Haran, a place on the way to Ur. Terah afterwards migrated with Abraham (probably his youngest son) and Lot (his grandson), together with their families, from Ur, intending to go with them to Canaan; but he tarried at Haran, where he spent the remainder of his days, and died at the age of two hundred and five years (Gen. 11:24-32; Josh. 24:2). What a wonderful part the descendants of this Chaldean shepherd have played in the history of the world!
HDBN
to breathe; scent; blow
SBD
(station ), the father of Abram, Nahor and Haran, and through them the ancestor of the great families of the Israelites, Ishmaelites, Midianites, Moabites and Ammonites. ( Genesis 11:24-32 ) The account given of him in the Old Testament narrative is very brief. We learn from it simply that he was an idolater, ( Joshua 24:2 ) that he dwelt beyond the Euphrates in Ur of the Chaldees, ( Genesis 11:28 ) and that in the southwesterly migration, which from some unexplained cause he undertook in his old age, he went with his son Abram, his daughter-in-law Sarai, and his grandson Lot, "to go into the land of Canaan, and they came unto Haran, and dwelt there." ( Genesis 11:31 ) And finally, "the days of Terah were two hundred and five years; and Terah died in Haran." ( Genesis 11:32 ) (B.C. 1921.)
他拉 TELAH
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代上7:25 創11:25
ISBE
te-la (telah; Codex Vaticanus Thalees, Codex Alexandrinus Thale; Lucian, Thala): An Ephraimite (1 Ch 7:25).
HDBN
moistening; greenness
SBD
(vigor ), a descendant of Ephraim, and ancestor of Joshua. ( 1 Chronicles 7:25 ) (B.C. before 1491.)
他施 THAR-SHISH
代表
代上7:10 創10:4 代上1:7
他施斯 TARSHISH
代表
斯1:14
ISBE
tar-shish (tarshish):
(1) Eponym of a Benjamite family (1 Ch 7:10); Rhamessai, A and Lucian, Tharseis
(2) One of the "seven princes" at the court of Ahasuerus (Est 1:14 Massoretic Text).
(3) The Hebrew name of a precious stone (Ezek 10:9 margin, English Versions of the Bible "beryl"; Ex 28:20; 39:13; Ezek 1:16; 28:13; Song 5:14; Dan 10:6).
See STONES, PRECIOUS.
Easton
a Sanscrit or Aryan word, meaning "the sea coast." (1.) One of the "sons" of Javan (Gen. 10:4; 1 Chr. 1:7). (2.) The name of a place which first comes into notice in the days of Solomon. The question as to the locality of Tarshish has given rise to not a little discussion. Some think there was a Tarshish in the East, on the Indian coast, seeing that "ships of Tarshish" sailed from Eziongeber, on the Red Sea (1 Kings 9:26; 22:48; 2 Chr. 9:21). Some, again, argue that Carthage was the place so named. There can be little doubt, however, that this is the name of a Phoenician port in Spain, between the two mouths of the Guadalquivir (the name given to the river by the Arabs, and meaning "the great wady" or water-course). It was founded by a Carthaginian colony, and was the farthest western harbour of Tyrian sailors. It was to this port Jonah's ship was about to sail from Joppa. It has well been styled "the Peru of Tyrian adventure;" it abounded in gold and silver mines. It appears that this name also is used without reference to any locality. "Ships of Tarshish" is an expression sometimes denoting simply ships intended for a long voyage (Isa. 23:1, 14), ships of a large size (sea-going ships), whatever might be the port to which they sailed. Solomon's ships were so styled (1 Kings 10:22; 22:49).
HDBN
contemplation; examination
SBD
(established ). Probably Tartessus, a city and emporium of the Phoenicians in the south of Spain, represented as one of the sons of Javan. ( Genesis 10:4 ; 1 Kings 10:22 ; 1 Chronicles 1:7 ; Psalms 48:7 ; Isaiah 2:16 ; Jeremiah 10:9 ; Ezekiel 27:12 Ezekiel 27:25 ; Jonah 1:3 ; 4:2 ) The identity of the two places is rendered highly probable by the following circumstances: 1st. There is a very close similarity of name between them, Tartessus being merely Tarshish in the Aramaic form. 2nd. There seems to have been a special relation between Tarshish and Tyre, as there was at one time between Tartessus and Phoenicians. 3rd. The articles which Tarshish is stated by the prophet Ezekiel, ( Ezekiel 27:12 ) to have supplied to Tyre are precisely such as we know, through classical writers, to have been productions of the Spanish peninsula. In regard to tin, the trade of Tarshish in this metal is peculiarly significant, and, taken in conjunction with similarity of name and other circumstances already mentioned, is reasonably conclusive as to its identity with Tartessus. For even not when countries in Europe or on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea where tin is found are very few; and in reference to ancient times, it would be difficult to name any such countries except Iberia or Spain, Lusitania, which was somewhat less in extent than Portugal, and Cornwall in Great Britain. In the absence of positive proof, we may acquiesce in the statement of Strabo, that the river Baetis (now the Guadalquivir) was formerly called Tartessus, that the city Tartessus was situated between the two arms by which the river flowed into the sea, and that the adjoining country was called Tartessis. From the book of Chronicles there would seem to have been a Tarshish accessible from the Red Sea, in addition to the Tarshish of the south of Spain. Thus, with regard to the ships of Tarshish, which Jehoshaphat caused to be constructed at Ezion-geber on the Elanitic Gulf of the Red Sea, ( 1 Kings 22:48 ) it is said in the Chronicles, ( 2 Chronicles 20:36 ) that they were made to go to Tarshish; and in like manner the navy of ships, which Solomon had previously made in Ezion-geber, ( 1 Kings 9:26 ) is said in the Chronicles, ( 2 Chronicles 9:21 ) to have gone to Tarshish with the servants of Hiram. It is not to be supposed that the author of these passages in the Chronicles contemplated a voyage to Tarshish in the south of Spain by going round what has since been called the Cape of Good Hope. The expression "ships of Tarshish" originally meant ships destined to go to Tarshish; and then probably came to signify large Phoenician ships, of a particular size the description, destined for long voyages, just as in English "East Indiaman" was a general name given to vessels, some of which were not intended to go to India at all. Hence we may infer that the word Tarshish was also used to signify any distant place, and in this case would be applied to one in the Indian Ocean. This is shown by the nature of the imports with which the fleet returned, which are specified as "gold, silver, ivory, apes, and peacocks ." ( 1 Kings 10:22 ) The gold might possibly have been obtained form Africa, or from Ophir in Arabia, and the ivory and the apes might likewise have been imported from Africa; but the peacocks point conclusively, not to Africa, but to India. There are only two species known: both inhabit the mainland and islands of India; so that the mention of the peacock seems to exclude the possibility of the voyage having been to Africa.
他普亞 TAPPUAH
代表
代上2:43
Easton
apple-region. (1.) A town in the valley or lowland of Judah; formerly a royal city of the Canaanites (Josh. 12:17; 15:34). It is now called Tuffuh, about 12 miles west of Jerusalem. (2.) A town on the border of Ephraim (Josh. 16:8). The "land" of Tappuah fell to Manasseh, but the "city" to Ephraim (17:8). (3.) En-tappuah, the well of the apple, probably one of the springs near Yassuf (Josh. 17:7).
HDBN
apple; swelling
他比勒 TABEAL
代表
賽7:6
Easton
goodness of God, the father of one whom the kings of Syria and Samaria in vain attempted to place on the throne of Ahaz (Isa. 7:6).
HDBN
Tabeel
SBD
(God is good ). The son of Tabeal was apparently an Ephraimite in the army of Pekah the son of Remaliah, or a Syrian in the army of Rezin, when they went up to besiege Jerusalem in the reign of Ahaz. ( Isaiah 7:6 ) The Aramaic form of the name favors the latter supposition. (B.C. before 738.)
他法 TA-PHATH
代表
王上4:11
他瑪 TAMAR
代表
創38:6 撒下13:1 撒下14:27
Easton
palm. (1.) A place mentioned by Ezekiel (47:19; 48:28), on the southeastern border of Palestine. Some suppose this was "Tadmor" (q.v.). (2.) The daughter-in-law of Judah, to whose eldest son, Er, she was married (Gen. 38:6). After her husband's death, she was married to Onan, his brother (8), and on his death, Judah promised to her that his third son, Shelah, would become her husband. This promise was not fulfilled, and hence Tamar's revenge and Judah's great guilt (38:12-30). (3.) A daughter of David (2 Sam. 13:1-32; 1 Chr. 3:9), whom Amnon shamefully outraged and afterwards "hated exceedingly," thereby illustrating the law of human nature noticed even by the heathen, "Proprium humani ingenii est odisse quem laeseris", i.e., "It is the property of human nature to hate one whom you have injured." (4.) A daughter of Absalom (2 Sam. 14:27).
HDBN
palm; palm-tree
SBD
(palm tree ). The wife successively of the two sons of Judah, Er and Onan. ( Genesis 38:8-30 ) (B.C. about 1718.) Her importance in the sacred narrative depends on the great anxiety to keep up the lineage of Judah. It seemed as if the family were on the point of extinction. Er and Onan had successively perished suddenly. Judahs wife, Bathshuah, died; and there only remained a child, Shelah, whom Judah was unwilling to trust to the dangerous union as it appeared, with Tamar, lest he should meet with the same fate as his brothers. Accordingly she resorted to the desperate expedient of entrapping the father himself into the union which he feared for his son. The fruits of this intercourse were twins, Pharez and Zarah, and through Pharez the sacred line was continued. Daughter of David and Maachah the Geshurite princess, and thus sister of Absalom. ( 2 Samuel 13:1-32 ; 1 Chronicles 3:9 ) (B.C. 1033.) She and her brother were alike remarkable for their extraordinary beauty. This fatal beauty inspired a frantic passion in her half-brother Amnon, the oldest son of David by Ahinoam. In her touching remonstrance two points are remarkable: first, the expression of the infamy of such a crime "in Israel" implying the loftier standard of morals that prevailed, as compared with other countries at that time; and second, the belief that even this standard might be overborne lawfully by royal authority --"Speak to the king, for he will not withhold me from thee." The intense hatred of Amnon succeeding to his brutal passion, and the indignation of Tamar at his barbarous insult, even surpassing her indignation at his shameful outrage, are pathetically and graphically told. Daughter of Absalom, ( 2 Samuel 14:7 ) became, by her marriage with Uriah of Gibeah, the mother of Maachah, the future queen of Judah or wife of Abijah. ( 1 Kings 15:2 ) (B.C. 1023.) A spot on the southeastern frontier of Judah, named in ( Ezekiel 47:19 ; 48:28 ) only, evidently called from a palm tree. If not Hazazon-tamar, the old name of Engedi, it may he a place called Thamar in the Onamasticon [HAZAZON-TAMAR), a days journey south of Hebron.


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