Baana (father of Zadok)
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Baana (Person)
BAANA (PERSON) [Heb baʿanaʾ (בַּעַנַא)]. Three persons in the OT. Baana and Baanah are apparently variant spellings of the same name, as are uzzāʾ (2 Sam 6:3) and uzzâ (6:7–8), mı̂kāʾ (2 Sam 9:12) and mı̂kâ (1 Chr 8:34–35). There are 2 main approaches to the meaning of Baana (h). The 1st sees it
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Baana (Heb. baʿănāʾ)1. A son of Ahilud (1 Kgs. 4:12); Solomon’s overseer in the southern part of the valley of Jezreel, from Megiddo to the Jordan.2. A son of Hushai and overseer of Asher and Bealoth during the reign of Solomon (1 Kgs. 4:16). His father was probably David’s counselor (2 Sam. 15:32–37;
The Ultimate Who’s Who in the Bible
Baana [Bay-nuh](Hebrew origin: In affliction)(1 Kings 4:12). 10th century b.c. Baana was the son of Ahilud and brother of Jehoshaphat. As one of King Solomon’s twelve district governors, in charge of a district that included the region from Megiddo to Beth-Shean, he was responsible for providing food
All the People in the Bible: An A–Z Guide to the Saints, Scoundrels, and Other Characters in Scripture
Baana [-uh-nuh] (1) a son of Ahilud; an official under Solomon (1 Kings 4:12) (2) son of Hushai; an official under Solomon (1 Kings 4:16) (3) the father of Zadok, who helped in the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem; may be the same as Baanah (4) (Neh. 3:4)
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
BAANA bay´uh-nuh [בַּעֲנָאbaʿanaʾ]. The meaning of Baana could be derived from ben ʿanah (בֶּן עָנָה,“son of distress”) or from baʿal ʿanah (בַּעַל עָנָה, “Baal has answered”). 1. The son of Ahilud, one of Solomon’s twelve prefects responsible for supplying provisions for the palace one month of each