Ah • Ah-
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AHI OR AHIn proper names ( אֲחִי‎ [’achi] or אַח‎ [’ach] “brother”): The usage is practically the same with that of [’abh], [’abhi].See ABI; NAMES, PROPER.
The Ultimate Who’s Who in the Bible
Ahi [Ah-hi](Hebrew origin: My brother)(1 Chronicles 5:15). 8th century b.c. Ahi, son of Abdiel, was the leader of a clan of the tribe of Gad, in the region of Gilead, in the land of Bashan, east of the Jordan River. The genealogy of his clan was registered, during the days of Jotham, king of Judah,
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Ah-. This form (Heb. ʾāḥ H278, “brother”; also “Ahi-,” from ʾāḥî, “my brother”) is found in the composition of many Hebrew names, such as Ahab (“father’s brother”) and Ahimelech (“my brother is king”). In these names, “brother” can be a reference to God. See also Abi.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Ahi Ah
AHI or AH in proper names (אֲחִי or אַח‎, ’ăḥī, or ’aḥ “brother”): The usage is practically the same with that of ’abh, ’ǎbhi. See Abi; Names, Proper.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
AHI ay´hi [אֲחִיʾakhi]. Perhaps an abbreviation of AHIJAH. Ahi means “brother of Yah.” Rather than a proper name, ʾakhi can mean simply, “his brother.” 1. The name of ABDIEL’s son in the Gadite tribe (1 Chr 5:15).2. One of SHEMER’s sons in Asher’s tribe (1 Chr 7:34).