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Amasai (son of Elkanah)
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Amasai (uh-may´si).1 The chief of “the Thirty,” David’s elite fighting force or bodyguard (1 Chron. 12:18). He may be the same person identified in 1 Chron. 2:17 as Amasa the son of Abigail and Jether (which would make him a relative of David). See also Amasa.2 A Levite, son of Elkanah (1 Chron. 6:25)
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
AMASAI1. A Levite of the family of Kohath. He was the father of Mahath, the ancestor of Samuel (1 Chr 6:25, 35).2. One of the chief captains of David. With a group of men from Judah and Benjamin he deserted Saul and joined David at Ziklag. By some he is supposed to be the same as David’s nephew Amasa
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Catholic Bible Dictionary
AMASAI The leader of David’s thirty “mighty men” (1 Chr 12:18). Some scholars suggest that Amasai should be considered the same person as Amasa. Neither name is listed, however, in the roster of the thirty in 2 Samuel (23:18–39) and 1 Chronicles (11:26–47). There are several other individuals by the
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