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Beeliada
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Beeliada, Son of David
Beeliada, Son of David (בְּעֶלְיָדָע‎, be'elyada'). A son of David who was born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 14:7). Called Eliada (אֶלְיָדָע‎, elyada') in 2 Sam 5:16 and 1 Chr 3:8.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Beeliada (Person)
BEELIADA (PERSON) [Heb bĕʿelyādāʿ (בְּעֶלְיָדָע)]. One of thirteen sons of David listed as having been born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 3:5–9; 14:3–7; cf. 2 Sam 5:13–16). His mother was among the several wives and concubines whom David took in Jerusalem, but she is not named. His name—found in this form only
Eliada (Person)
ELIADA (PERSON) [Heb ʾelyādāʿ (אֶלְיָדָע‎)]. 1. One of 13 sons of David listed as having been born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 3:5–9; 14:3–7; cf. 2 Sam 5:13–16). His mother was among the several wives and concubines whom David took in Jerusalem, but she is not named. His name means “God knows” (2 Sam 5:16 and
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Beeliada
Beeliada. Former name of Eliada, one of King David’s sons, in 1 Chronicles 14:7.See Eliada #1.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Beeliada
Beeliada bē-ə-līʹə-də [Heb. be‘elyāḏā‘]. The name of a son of David born in Jerusalem (1 Ch. 14:7), but changed to Eliada in order to remove the element of “Baal” from the name (2 S. 5:16; 1 Ch. 3:8).
Eliada (son of David)
1. One of the sons of David (2 S. 5:16; 1 Ch. 3:8; called Beeliada in 1 Ch. 14:7).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Beeliada
BEELIADA* Former name of Eliada, one of King David’s sons, in 1 Chronicles 14:7. See Eliada #1.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Eliada
Eliada (i-li´uh-duh; Heb., “El [God] knows”).1 One of David’s sons born in Jerusalem (2 Sam. 5:16), also called Beeliada (Heb., “Baal knows,” 1 Chron. 14:7). Although Baal could simply mean “lord,” names that contained “baal” were sometimes changed by biblical editors to avoid any association with the
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Beeliada
BEELIADA. A name meaning “Baal knows,” given to a son of David born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 14:7). According to 2 Sam 5:16 and 1 Chr 3:8 perhaps the name was altered to Eliada, “God knows.”
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Beeliada
Beeliada (Heb. bĕʿelyāḏāʿ)A son of David born in Jerusalem (1 Chr. 14:7). The name (“Baal knows”) was changed to Eliada (“God knows”) at 2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chr. 3:8.
Eliada
Eliada (Heb. ʾelyāḏāʿ) (also BEELIADA)1. One of David’s sons born in Jerusalem of an unnamed mother (2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chr. 3:8). In a parallel list he is named Beeliada (1 Chr. 14:7).2. The father of the Syrian king Rezon, the adversary of Solomon (1 Kgs. 11:23).3. A Benjaminite who assumed a commanding
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Beeliada
Beeliada [bēˊə līˊə də] (Heb. be˓elyāḏā˓ “Baal knows”). A son of David born in Jerusalem (1 Chr. 14:7). The name was changed to Eliada (“God knows”) at 2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chr. 3:8 to avoid the pagan element “Baal.”
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Beeliada
BEELIADA One of the sons of David. He was born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 14:3–7; cf. 2 Sam 5:13–16); his mother is not named.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Be-eliada
Be-eli´ada (the Lord knows), one of David’s sons, born in Jerusalem. 1 Chron. 14:7. In the lists in Samuel the name is Eliada. (b.c. after 1045.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Beeliada
BEELI´ADA (be-el-iʹa-da; “Baal has known”). One of David’s sons, born in Jerusalem (1 Chron. 14:7), after 1000 b.c. He is called Eliada (2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chron. 3:8).
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