Loading…
Amminadib
Ammi-Nadib
Dictionaries
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Amminadib
Amminadib. Word occurring only in the kjv rendering of Song of Songs 6:12, “or ever I was aware, my soul made me like the chariots of Amminadib” (asv margin, nasb margin). More recent translators have not regarded the term as a proper name. Some proposals for more accurate wording are: “among the chariots
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ammi-nadib
Ammi-nadib ə-miʹnə-dib. The AV for Heb. ‘ammînāḏîḇ in Cant. 6:12: “my soul made me/Like the chariots of Ammi-nadib.” Various other textual readings and translations have been proposed. The RSV has “my fancy set me in a chariot beside my prince”; the NEB “she made me feel more than a prince reigning
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Amminadib
AMMINADIB* Word occurring in some English versions of the Song of Songs 6:12, “or ever I was aware, my soul made me like the chariots of Amminadib” (asv mg, nasb mg). More recent translators have not regarded the term as a proper name. Some proposals for more accurate wording are: “among the chariots
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Amminadib
AMMINADIB. Occurs only in Song 6:12 KJV where it is taken to be the name of a charioteer otherwise unknown. RSV regards it not as a proper name but emends it to read “in a chariot beside my prince.” The text of this verse is generally regarded as having been corrupted in transmission, as it does not
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Amminadib
Amminadib [ə mĭnˊə dĭb] (Heb. ˓ammî-nāḏîḇ). Rendered as a personal name by the KJV (see NIV mg.) at Cant. 6:12, following the LXX and Vulgate. Generally regarded as one of the most difficult texts in the book, it has been rendered in various ways: RSV “in a chariot beside my prince”;
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Amminadib
Ammin´adib. Probably another form of Amminadab. He was noted for the swiftness of his chariots. Song. 6:12. It is uncertain whether we ought to read here Amminadib, with the Authorized Version, or my willing people, as in the margin.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Amminadib
AMMIN´ADIB (am-minʹā-dib; another form of Amminadab, mentioned in the margin of song of Sol. 6:12). A person whose chariots were proverbial for their swiftness from which he appears to have been, like Jehu, one of the most celebrated charioteers of his day.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Amminadib
Amminadiba person mentioned in Cant 6:12, whose chariots were famed for their swiftness. It is rendered in the margin “my willing people,” and in the Revised Version “my princely people.”
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Amminadib
AMMINADIB [am MIN ah dib] (my people are noble) — a chariot driver mentioned in the Song of Solomon (6:12) in the KJV. Other translations render the word Amminadib as “my noble people.”
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AMMINADIB
AMMINADIB<a-min’-a-dib> ( עַמִּי נָדִיב‎ [̀amminadhibh]): The name occurs in the King James Version and the Revised Version, margin only in one passage (Song 6:12, “the chariots of Amminadib”). In King James Version margin and the Revised Version (British and American) text, however, it is not regarded
The Ultimate Who’s Who in the Bible
Amminadib
Amminadib [Uh-min-uh-dib](Hebrew origin: My people are generous)(Song of Songs 6:12). Unspecified date. He is mentioned in the Song of Songs as the owner of beautiful chariots.
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ammi-Nadib
AMMI-NADIB (Ămʹ mĭ-nȧʹ dĭb) KJV takes these words as a personal name in Song 6:12. Most modern versions express uncertainty about the translation of this verse. Some modern translations translate ammi-nadib as “my noble people” (NASB, HCSB) or “my people” (NIV), while others translate “my prince” (NRSV)