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Ami
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Ami
Ami (אָמִי‎, amiy). Ancestor of a family of Solomon’s servants (Ezra 2:57).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Ami (Person)
AMI (PERSON) [Heb ʾămı̂ (אֲמִי)]. A variant form of “Amon” in Ezra 2:57, it is therefore also the RSV rendering of the Gk Allōn in 1 Esdr 5:34. For both, see AMON (PERSON).
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ami
Ami. Official in Solomon’s court whose descendants returned to Jerusalem after the exile (Ezr 2:57). Also spelled Amon in Nehemiah 7:59.See Amon (Person) #3.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ami
Ami āʹmī, äʹmē [Heb. ’āmî; Gk. Ēmi, Apoc. Amōn, B Allōn, A Adlōn]; AV Apoc. ALLOM; NEB Apoc. ADLON. Ancestor of a family among “Solomon’s servants” in the Return (Ezr. 2:57; 1 Esd. 5:34); the same as Amon in Neh. 7:59. See Nethinim.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Ami
AMI Official in Solomon’s court whose descendants returned to Jerusalem after the exile (Ezr 2:57). Also spelled Amon in Nehemiah 7:59. See Amon (Person) #3.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Ami
AMI. The head of a family included among the descendants of Solomon’s servants who returned from Exile to Judah under the leadership of Zerubbabel (Ezr 2:57). He is also called Amon (Neh 7:59).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Ami
Ami (Heb. ʾāmɩ̂) (also AMON)An ancestor of a family of “Solomon’s servants” (Ezra 2:57). He is called Amon at Neh. 7:59.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Ami
Ami [āˊmī] (Heb. ˒āmî). An ancestor of a family of “Solomon’s servants” (Ezra 2:57), probably the same as Amon 3 (Neh. 7:59).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ami
A´mi (builder), one of Solomon’s servants, Ezra 2:57; called Amon in Neh. 7:59.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Ami
A´MI (aʹmī). One of the servants of Solomon whose descendants went up from Babylon (Ezra 2:57). In Neh. 7:59 he is called Amon.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AMI
AMI<a’-mi>, <a’-me> ( אָמִי‎ [’ami]): Ancestor of a family among “Solomon’s servants” in the Return (Ezra 2:57); the same as Amon in Nehemiah 7:59.
ALLOM
ALLOM<al’-om> ([ʼΑλλών, Allon]): the Revised Version (British and American) &ALLON (which see): One of the families of the “servants of Solomon,” whose descendants returned with Zerubbabel from Babylon in the First Return, 537 BC (1 Esdras 5:34). The name is not found in the parallel lists of
The Ultimate Who’s Who in the Bible
Ami
Ami [Ay-mi](Hebrew origin: Reliable; trustworthy)(Ezra 2:57). 10th century b.c. Ami, a servant of King Solomon, was the ancestor of a family that returned with Zerubbabel from the Babylonian Exile. He is called Amon in the book of Nehemiah (Nehemiah 7:59).
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