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Amminadab (priest)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Amminadab the Levite
Amminadab the Levite (עַמִּינָדָב‎, amminadav). A priest during David’s reign who participated in bringing the ark to Jerusalem (1 Chr 15:1–29).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Amminadab (Person)
AMMINADAB (PERSON) [Heb ʿammı̂nādāb (עַמִּינָדָב)]. The name of four individuals in the Hebrew Bible.1. A Judean, a descendant of Perez and ancestor of David through Boaz (1 Chr 2:10; Ruth 4:19–20). He was the father of Nahshon, a prominent figure in the tribe of Judah (Num 1:7; 2:3; 7:12, 17; 10:14),
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Aminadab
Aminadab. kjv form of Amminadab in Matthew 1:4 and Luke 3:33.See Amminadab #1.
Amminadab
Amminadab. 1. Father of Elisheba, who was Aaron’s wife (Ex 6:23). Amminadab was also the father of Nahshon, Judah’s tribal leader in the wilderness (Nm 1:7; 2:3; 7:12, 17; 10:14; 1 Chr 2:10). Amminadab is listed in the genealogy of David (Ru 4:18–22) and, later, in the genealogy of Jesus Christ (Mt 1:4;
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Amminadab (priest)
3. A priest who took part in the removal of the ark to Jerusalem (1 Ch. 15:10f). He was the son of Uzziel, and therefore a nephew of Amminadab son of Kohath.T. Lewis
Amminadab
Amminadab ə-minʹə-dab [Heb. ‘ammînāḏāḇ—‘my people (kinsman) is generous (noble)’].
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Aminadab
AMINADAB* kjv form of Amminadab in Matthew 1:4 and Luke 3:33. See Amminadab #1.
Amminadab
AMMINADAB1. Father of Elisheba, who was Aaron’s wife (Ex 6:23). Amminadab was also the father of Nahshon, Judah’s tribal leader in the wilderness (Nm 1:7; 2:3; 7:12, 17; 10:14; 1 Chr 2:10). Amminadab is listed in the genealogy of David (Ru 4:18–22) and later in the genealogy of Jesus Christ (Mt 1:4;
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Amminadab
Amminadab (uh-min´uh-dab; Heb., “my relative is noble”).1 The father of both Elisheba, Aaron’s wife (Exod. 6:23), and Nahshan, a tribal leader of Judah during the wilderness wanderings (Num. 2:3). He is named in the lineage of King David (Ruth 4:19–20) and in the ancestry of Jesus (Luke 3:33).2 A Levite
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Aminadab
AMINADAB. This names appears in the genealogies of Jesus (Mt 1:4 and Lk 3:33) in KJV only. It has been changed to Amminadab in RSV. See Amminadab.
Amminadab
AMMINADAB1. The father of Nahshon, prince of the tribe of Judah in the days of Moses (Num 1:7; 2:3; 7:12, 17; 10:14). He was the father also of Elisheba, the wife of Aaron (Ex 6:23). Amminadab was the ancestor of Boaz and David and is listed in the genealogy of Jesus Christ (Ruth 4:19–20; 1 Chr 2:10;
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Amminadab
Amminadab (Heb. ʿammɩ̂nāḏāḇ; Gk. Aminadáb)1. A leader of the tribe of Judah whose lineage is traced through Ruth down to David (Ruth 4:19–20; Matt. 1:4). He was the son of Ram (Ruth 4:19; called Admin in Luke 3:33), father of Nahshon (Num. 1:7; 2:3) and of Elisheba, the wife of Aaron (Exod. 6:23).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Amminadab
Amminadab [ə mĭnˊə dăb] (Heb. ˓ammînāḏāḇ “my kinsman is generous”).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Amminadab
AMMINADAB The father of Nahshon (Num 1:7; 2:3) and Elisheba, the wife of Aaron (Exod 6:23); and a leader of the tribe of Judah. He was named in the genealogies of David (Ruth 4:19–22) and Jesus (Matt 1:4; Luke 3:33). Another Amminadab was the head of the family of Uzziel and one of the Levites who assisted
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Amminadab
Ammin´adab (one of the prince’s people).1. Son of Ram or Aram, and father of Nahshon, or Naasson (as it is written, Matt. 1:4; Luke 3:32); Num. 1:7; 2:3; Ruth 4:19, 20; 1 Chron. 2:10. One of the ancestors of Jesus Christ.2. The chief of the 112 sons of Uzziel, a junior Levitical house of the family
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Amminadab
AMMIN´ADAB (am-minʹā-dab; “people of liberality”).1. Son of Ram (Aram, KJV of Matt. 1:4) and father of Nahshon (Naason, KJV of Luke 3:32) who was head of the tribe of Judah at the first numbering of Israel in the second year of the Exodus (Num. 1:7; 2:3), about 1440 b.c. He was the fourth in descent
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