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Abinoam
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Abinoam
Abinoam (אֲבִינֹעַם‎, avino'am). A man of Kedesh-naphtali. The father of Barak the judge (Judg 4:6–12; 5:1–12).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Abinoam (Person)
ABINOAM (PERSON) [Heb ʾăbı̂nōʿam (אֲבִינֹעַם)]. The father of Barak, the military leader summoned by Deborah the prophetess to lead the Israelites into battle against Sisera, commander of the Canaanite army (Judg 4:2, 6–7, 12). In the “Song of Deborah” (Judg 5:2–31), two out of the three occurrences
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Abinoam
Abinoam. Barak’s father. Barak was the companion of Deborah, an Israelite judge, in the war against the Canaanites (Jgs 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Abinoam
Abinoam ə-binʹo-ām, ab-i-nōʹam [Heb. aḇînō‘ām—‘father of pleasantness’ or ‘my father is pleasantness’]. A man of Kadesh-naphtali, the father of Barak (Jgs. 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Abinoam
ABINOAM Barak’s father. Barak was the companion of Deborah, an Israelite judge, in the war against the Canaanites (Jgs 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12).
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Abinoam
Abinoam (uh-bin´oh-uhm; Heb., “my father is delight”), the father of Barak, a military leader in the period of the judges (Judg. 4:6; 5:1).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Abinoam
ABINOAM. A native of Kadesh in Naphtali, father of Barak (Jdg 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12). The name is found also in ancient S Arabic inscriptions.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Abinoam
Abinoam (Heb. ʾăḇɩ̂nōʿam)The father of Barak of the tribe of Naphtali (Judg. 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Abinoam
Abinoam [ə bĭnˊō əm] (Heb. ˒aḇînô˓ām “father is benevolence”). The father of Barak of the tribe of Naphtali (Judg. 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Abinoam
ABINOAM (Hebrew, “my father is delight”) The father of Barak, a warrior of the tribe of Naphtali during the time of the Judges (Judg 4:6; 5:1, 12).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Abinoam
ABIN´OAM (a-binʹō-am; “father of pleasantness”). The father of Barak, the judge (Judg. 4:6, 12; 5:1, 12), about 1190 b.c.
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Relatives
Barak Son