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Aziel
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Aziel
Aziel (עֲזִיאֵל‎, azi'el). A Levitical musician who performed when the ark was returned to Jerusalem during David’s reign (1 Chr 15:20). In 1 Chronicles 15:18 this Aziel is called Jaaziel (יַעֲזִיאֵל‎, ya'azi'el), a slight spelling variation.
Jaaziel
Jaaziel (עֲזִיאֵל‎, azi'el; יַעֲזִיאֵל‎, ya'azi'el). Also spelled “Aziel.” A Levitical musician during David’s reign (1 Chr 15:18–20).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Jaaziel (Person)
JAAZIEL (PERSON) [Heb yaʿăzı̂ʾēl (יַעֲזִיאֵל)]. Var. AZIEL. Levite musician (1 Chr 15:18). Jaaziel participated in the ceremony which accompanied the transfer of the ark of the covenant from Obed-edom’s house to Jerusalem during the reign of King David. The musician Aziel (Heb ʿăzı̂ʾēl) in v 20 must
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Aziel
Aziel. Alternative name for Jaaziel, a Levitical musician, in 1 Chronicles 15:20.See Jaaziel.
Jaaziel
Jaaziel. One of the eight men appointed to play the harp when the ark was brought up to Jerusalem by David (1 Chr 15:18). He is called Aziel in verse 20.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Aziel
Aziel āʹzē-əl [Heb. aî’ēl]. A Levite who played the harp when the ark came back to Jerusalem (1 Ch. 15:20), the same as Jaaziel of v 18.
Jaaziel
Jaaziel jā-ə-zī-ʹəl [Heb. yaʿazîʾēl—‘God strengthens’]. In 1 Ch. 15:18, a Levite, one of the musicians appointed to play upon instruments at the bringing up of the ark by David. Jaaziel should probably replace “Jeiel” in 1 Ch. 16:5, which seems to have been a transcriptional error.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Aziel
AZIEL Alternative name for Jaaziel, a Levitical musician, in 1 Chronicles 15:20. See Jaaziel.
Jaaziel
JAAZIEL One of the eight men appointed to play harps or lyres when the ark was brought up to Jerusalem by David (1 Chr 15:18–20; and probably 16:5a, “Jeiel,” which is most likely a copyist’s error). He is called Aziel in verse 20.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Aziel
AZIEL. A shortened form of Jaaziel (q.v.; 1 Chr 15:18). Levitical singer who played the psaltery (1 Chr 15:20).
Jaaziel
JAAZIEL. A Levite musician who was appointed to play an instrument at the return of the ark by David following its capture by the Philistines (1 Chr 15:18). He also is called Aziel (q.v.) 1 Chr 15:20), and apparently the same man is referred to as Jeiel (q.v.) 1 Chr 16:5).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Aziel
Aziel (Heb. ʿăzɩ̂ʾēl)One of the Levites who played the harp as the ark was brought to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:20). He is probably the same as the Jaaziel of 1 Chr. 15:18.
Jaaziel
Jaaziel (Heb. yaʿăzɩ̂ʾēl)A Levite of the second order, a gatekeeper and singer at the time of David (1 Chr. 15:18). He is probably the same as Aziel at 1 Chr. 15:20 and Jeiel at 16:5.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Aziel
Aziel [āˊzĭ əl] (Heb. ˓azî˒ēl). One of the Levites who played the harp as the ark of the covenant was brought to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:20). He may be the same as the Jaaziel of v. 18.
Jaaziel
Jaaziel [jā āˊzĭ əl] (Heb. ya˓azî˒ēl “may God strengthen”). A Levite of the second order, a gatekeeper and singer at the time of David (1 Chr. 15:18). This name should be read for Aziel at 15:20 and Jeiel at 16:5.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Aziel
A´ziel (whom God comforts), a Levite. 1 Chron. 15:20. The name is a shortened form of Jaaziel in ver. 18.
Ja-azi-el
Ja-a´zi-el (whom Jehovah comforts), one of the Levites appointed by David to perform the musical service before the ark. 1 Chron. 15:18. (b.c. 1014.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Jaaziel
JAA´ZIEL (ja-aʹzi-el; “comforted by God”). A Levitical musician among those of the “second rank” (1 Chron. 15:18); the same as the Aziel who was one of those “with harps tuned to alamoth” (v. 20), after 1000 b.c.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Aziel
AZIEL [AY zi el] — a Levite musician who helped transport the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:20). His full name was Jaaziel (1 Chr. 15:18).
Jaaziel
JAAZIEL [jay AY zih uhl] — a Temple musician in the time of David (1 Chr. 15:18), also called Aziel (1 Chr. 15:20).
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