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Also spelled “Ahiah.” One of the leaders of the postexilic Jewish community who signed the written agreement to keep the law during the time of Ezra and Nehemiah (Neh 10:26).
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AHIAH (PERSON) [Heb ʾăḥı̂yâ (אֲחִיָּה)]. A clan leader who signed Nehemiah’s pledge of reform (Neh 10:27—Eng 10:26). In this list of leaders (vv 2–28) Ahiah’s is the only name preceded by the Heb conjunction waw. Meyer (1896: 142) suggests that this distinguishes wʾḥyh; thus, by emending it to wʾḥyw,
AHIJAH (PERSON) [Heb ʾaḥı̂yâ (אַחִיָּה)]. Nine persons in the Hebrew Bible/OT bear this name.1. A priest, the son of Ahitub and great-grandson of Eli (1 Sam. 14:3). He was a priest in Shiloh and provided oracular guidance for Saul (1 Sam 14:18–19, 41–42). In 1 Sam 14:18, the MT indicates that Ahijah
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ahijah. 1. Ahitub’s son who served as priest at Shiloh and had charge of the ark of the covenant at Gibeah during Saul’s last campaign (1 Sm 14:3, 18, kjv Ahiah). This Ahijah was evidently either the same person as Ahimelech or closely associated with him (1 Sm 21:1–9; 22:9–20).2. One of King Solomon’s
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
AHIJAH1. Ahitub’s son who served as priest at Shiloh and had charge of the ark of the covenant at Gibeah during Saul’s last campaign (1 Sm 14:3, 18). This Ahijah was evidently either the same person as Ahimelech or closely associated with him (1 Sm 21:1–9; 22:9–20).2. One of King Solomon’s secretaries
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
AHIAH. Three OT characters are so identified in KJV, though elsewhere (and throughout ASV) this same name appears as Ahijah (q.v.).1. A warrior (1 Chr 8:7; possibly the same as the earlier Ahoah, 8:4), who, with Naaman, was led by Gera to take captive two sons of Ehud.2. A great-grandson of Eli, through
AHIJAH. In KJV this name sometimes appears as Ahiah (q.v.).1. An Ephraimite from Shiloh, a prophet of God who meeting Jeroboam returning from exile in Egypt, tore his own new garment into twelve pieces and gave ten pieces to Jeroboam, indicating God’s intention to make him king over the ten tribes of
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
AHIJAH, AHIAH. 1. A prophet from Shiloh who protested against the idolatry of Solomon. Ahijah symbolically divided his robe into 12 parts, 10 of which he gave to Jeroboam, a minor official in Solomon’s government (1 Ki. 11:28ff.). Ahijah stated that the kingdom of Solomon would be divided and that 10
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
AHI´AH (a-hīʹa; “little brother”). Another mode of anglicizing the name of Ahijah. The term is variously rendered in the KJV, NIV, and NASB. In 1 Sam. 14:3, 18; 1 Kings 4:3; and 1 Chron. 8:7, the term is given as Ahiah in the KJV and Ahijah (which see) in the NASB and NIV. In Neh. 10:26, where the term