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Charmis
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Charmis
Charmis (Χαρμις, Charmis). The son of Melchiel and one of the three elders of the town of Bethulia (Judith 6:15; 8:10; 10:6).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Charmis (Person)
CHARMIS (PERSON) [Gk Charmis (Χαρμις)]. One of the elders of Bethuliah (Jdt 6:15, 8:10, 10:6). He is also identified as the son of Melchiel. His name is a translation into Greek of the Hebrew name “Carmi” (Heb karmî), which appears in, e.g., Gen 46:9, Josh 7:1, Exod 6:14. He always appears with his fellow
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Charmis
Charmis kär̀mish [Gk. Charmeis, A Chalmeis]. The son of Melchiel, one of the three elders or rulers of the town of Bethulia (Jth. 6:15; 8:10; 10:6).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Charmis
CHARMIS Melchiel’s son and one of three magistrates of Bethulia (Jdt 6:14–15; 10:6). Charmis and his colleagues were rebuked by Judith for putting a time limit on how long they would wait for the Lord to deliver their city from the Assyrians (8:9–27).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CHARMIS
CHARMIS<kar’-mis> ([Χάρμεις, Charmeis], [Χαρμείς, Charmeis], A, [Χαλμείς, Chalmeis]): The son of Melchiel, one of the three elders or rulers of the town of Bethulia (Judith 6:15; 8:10; 10:6).
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, Volumes I–III
CHARMIS
CHARMIS (Χάρμις), a physician of Marseilles, who came to Rome in the reign of Nero, a. d. 54–68, where he acquired great fame and wealth by reviving the practice of cold bathing. (Plin. H. N. xxix. 5.) He is said to have received from one patient two hundred thousand sesterces, or 1562l. 10s. (Plin.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Charmis
Charmis kahr′mis (Χαρμις). Son of Melchiel; he was one of the three rulers of Bethulia to whom Judith appealed for help when Holofernes threatened (Jdt. 6:15; 8:10; 10:6).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Charmis
CHARMIS, kär′mis (Χάρμεις, Chármeis, Χαρμείς, Charmeís, A, Χαλμείς, Chalmeís): The son of Melchiel, one of the three elders or rulers of the town of Bethulia (Jth 6:15; 8:10; 10:6).
All the People in the Bible: An A–Z Guide to the Saints, Scoundrels, and Other Characters in Scripture
Charmis
Charmis [kar-mis]: son of Melchiel; one of the magistrates of Bethulia whom Judith asked for help (Jth. 6:15)
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CHARMIS
CHARMIS kahr´mis [Χαρμίς Charmis]. A city magistrate of Bethulia (Jdt 6:15; 8:10; 10:6).
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Malchiel Father
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