Adnah (Manassite commander)
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A man listed among the descendants of Manasseh who defected from Saul’s army to join David at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:20).
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ADNAH (PERSON) [Heb ʿadnaḥ (עַדְנַח); ʿadnâ (עַדְנָה)]. 1. One of seven military leaders from the tribe of Manasseh who defected from King Saul’s troops to serve David (1 Chr 12:21—Eng 12:20) prior to the confrontation with the Philistines in which Saul died (1 Samuel 31). The wary Philistines did
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Ad´nah (pleasure).1. A Manassite who deserted from Saul and joined the fortunes of David on his road to Ziklag from the camp of the Philistines. He was captain of a thousand of his tribe, and fought at David’s side in the pursuit of the Amalekites. 1 Chron. 12:20. (b.c. 1054.)2. The captain of over
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