A Banker
Any person operating a bank.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Banker, Banking
BANKER, BANKING A person who engages in loaning, exchanging, and issuing money. The development of interstate and international trade made it imperative to devise a method of banking to facilitate the transfer of funds. The appearance of coinage in the seventh century bc brought the money changer into
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Bank, Banker
BANK, BANKER. There was no bank in Israel in the sense of an establishment for the custody of private money or the granting of commercial credit. For safe keeping a private person would either bury his valuables (Jos. 7:21) or deposit them with a neighbour (Ex. 22:7). Commerce remained largely a royal
The Westminster Bible Dictionary
Bank, the rendering in our Authorized Version of two Hebrew words and one Greek word.1. A Hebrew word which means the shore of a river or sea (Gen. 41:17).2. A Hebrew word which designates the mound raised against a besieged city (2 Sam. 20:15; 2 Kings 19:32; Isa. 37:33).3. A Greek word which, having