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Aman
Amadatha • Amadathus
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International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AMAN
AMAN<a’-man> ([ ʼΑμάν, Aman]; Codex Vaticanus reads [ ʼΑδάμ, Adam]): Tobit 14:10; Additions to Esther 12:6; 16:10, 17, probably in each case for Haman, the arch-enemy of the Jews in the canonical Book of Esther (compare Est 3:1 with Additions to Esther 12:6). In Additions to Esther (16:10)
AMADATHA; AMADATHUS
AMADATHA; AMADATHUS<a-mad’-a-tha>, <a-mad’-a-thus> (Additions to Esther 12:6).See AMAN; HAMMEDATHA.
Ecclesiastical Dictionary: Containing, in Concise Form, Information upon Ecclesiastical, Biblical, Archæological, and Historical Subjects
Aman
Aman.—Amalecite; minister and favorite of Assuerus, king of Persia. Impious, proud, and cruel, he desired to destroy Mardochai and the Jews. Queen Esther saved her uncle and all her compatriots, and Aman was hung (510 b.c.) on the very scaffold which he had erected for Mardochai.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Aman
Aman ay′muhn. KJV Apoc. form of Haman (Add. Esth. 10:7; cf. also Tob. 14:10 KJV, where NRSV has the variant “Nadab”).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Aman
AMAN, āʹmam (Ἀμάν, Amán; B reads Ἀδάμ, Adám): Tob 14:10; Ad Est 12:6; 16:10, 17, probably in each case for Haman, the arch-enemy of the Jews in the canonical Book of Est (cf Est 3:1 with Ad Est 12:6). In Ad Est (16:10) Aman is represented as a Macedonian, in all other points corresponding to the
Amadatha, Amadathus
AMADATHA,a-madʹa-tha, AMADATHUS, a-madʹ a-thus (Ad Est 12:6). See Aman; Hammedatha.