Addi (1 Esd. 9:31)
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Addi the Exile
Addi the Exile (Ἀδδί, Addi). Sometimes rendered as Eri. Mentioned as an ancestor of several individuals who divorced foreign wives at the command of Ezra (1 Esdras 9:31).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Addi (Person)
ADDI (PERSON) [Gk Addi (Ἀδδι)]. 1. The patronym of a clan of Israelite laypersons who returned from Babylonian exile (1 Esdr 9:31). Members of the clan of Addi were listed (after the sons of Bani) with those who married foreign women from “the people of the land,” and who, under Ezra, were subsequently
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Addi (Gk. Addɩ́)1. The leader of a clan of Israelites who returned from exile and who had married foreign women (1 Esdr. 9:31).2. According to Luke’s genealogy, a preexilic ancestor of Jesus (Luke 3:28).
All the People in the Bible: An A–Z Guide to the Saints, Scoundrels, and Other Characters in Scripture
Addi [ad-ī] (1) a variant of Adna (1 Esd. 9:1) (2) an ancestor of Jesus (Luke 3:28)
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
ADDI ad´i [Ἀδδί Addi]. 1. A leader of returnees from the Babylonian exile who collectively agreed to divorce their foreign wives (1 Esd 9:31).2. An ancestor of Jesus (Luke 3:28). The name Addi is not included in the genealogical parallels of Ezra 10:25–44 and Matt 1:2–16, respectively.