Anaiah (assistant to Ezra)
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One of the postexilic leaders standing at Ezra’s right when Ezra read the “book of the law of Moses” (סֵפֶר תּוֹרַת מֹשֶׁה, sepher torath mosheh) to the people (Neh 8:4). This might be the same person as Anaiah the Witness.
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ANAIAH (PERSON) [Heb ʿanāyâ (עַנָיָה)]. One of the men standing at Ezra’s right hand when Ezra stood before the Water Gate and read from the Book of the Law of Moses (Neh 8:4). He is also listed as one of the brethren who set their seal to the covenant (Neh 10:23—Eng 10:22). The name Anaiah means “The
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Anaiah (Heb. ʿănāyâ)1. One of the six men (probably priests) who stood at Ezra’s right hand when he read to the people from the book of the law (Neh. 8:4).2. A chief who, on behalf of his people, set his seal to the renewed covenant under Nehemiah (Neh. 10:22 [MT 23]). He may be the same as 1 above.
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