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The descendants of Ahoah. A few are mentioned by name, including: Dodo (or Dodai) and Eleazar (2 Sam 23:9; 1 Chr 11:12; 27:4); Ilai (1 Chr 11:29); and Zalmon (2 Sam 23:28).
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Ahoah, Ahoh, Ahohi, Ahohite. One of Bela’s nine sons, a member of Benjamin’s tribe (1 Chr 8:4). Ahoah’s descendants were called Ahohites, and two of them were among King David’s most effective warriors: Dodo (“son of Ahohi,” 2 Sm 23:9; spelled Dodai in 1 Chr 27:4) and Zalmon the Ahohite (2 Sm 23:28;
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Ahoah, Ahohi, Ahohite
AHOAH, AHOHI*, AHOHITE* One of Bela’s nine sons, a member of Benjamin’s tribe (1 Chr 8:4). Ahoah’s descendants were called Ahohites, and two of them were among King David’s most effective warriors: Dodo (“son of Ahohi,” 2 Sm 23:9; spelled “Dodai” in 1 Chr 27:4) and Zalmon the Ahohite (2 Sm 23:28; called
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Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
AHO´HITE (a-hōʹhīt). A patronymic applied to Dodo, or Dodai, one of the captains under Solomon (1 Chron. 27:4). His son Eleazar was one of David’s three chief warriors (2 Sam. 23:9; 1 Chron. 11:12); and Zalmon, or Ilai, was another bodyguard (2 Sam. 23:28; 1 Chron. 11:29); probably from their descent
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