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Ahihud (son of Shelomi)
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
AHIHUD (PERSON) [Heb ʾăḥı̂hûd (אֲחִיהוּד); ʾăḥı̂ḥud (אֲחִיחֻד)]. Two individuals mentioned in the Hebrew Bible bear this name. In both its forms, this name has been translated “the brother (i.e., the god) is exalted” (EncMiqr 1: 215), with the kinship term ʾaḥ (brother) representing the theophoric
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ahihud. 1. Shelomi’s son, a leader of Asher’s tribe. Ahihud was appointed to help Eleazar and Joshua divide the territory of Canaan among the Israelites (Nm 34:27).2. According to some English versions (kjv, rsv), a leader in Benjamin’s tribe whose father, Gera (also called Heglam), was exiled to Manahath
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
AHIHUD1. An Asherite leader, son of Shelomi (Num 34:27). He was appointed to divide the W Jordan territory among the ten tribes in that area.2. A head of the house of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:7), a son of either Heglam (RSV) or Gera (KJV). The Heb. phrase “he removed them” (KJV), may be rendered as the name
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Ahihud [ə hīˊhŭd] (Heb. ˒aḥîhûḏ, ˒aḥîhuḏ “brother of majesty”[?]).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
AHI´HUD. The English form of two similar Heb. names.1. Heb. ˒Aḥı̂ḥûd, “brother of renown,” refers to the son of Shelomi and head of the tribe of Asher (Num. 34:27). He was one of those appointed by Moses to oversee the partition of Canaan, about 1401 b.c.2. Heb. ˒Aḥı̂ḥud, “brother of a riddle,”
Easton’s Bible Dictionary