David’s second son, born to Abigail (2 Sam 3:3). He was also known as Daniel (1 Chr 3:1). Because he is not mentioned elsewhere and was among David’s sons who could have inherited the throne, it is likely that he died young.
Chileab, Son of David (כִּלְאָב, kil'av; דָּנִיֵּאל, daniyyel). David’s second son, born to Abigail (2 Sam 3:3). He was also known as Daniel (1 Chr 3:1). Because he is not mentioned elsewhere and was among David’s sons who could have inherited the throne, it is likely that he died young.
CHILEAB (PERSON) [Heb kilʾāb (כִּלְאָב)]. The second son of David, born at Hebron (2 Sam 3:3). He was the firstborn of David and Abigail, the Carmelite, whom David had taken as a wife upon the death of her foolish husband Nabal (1 Samuel 25). Presumably he had died, along with David’s first- and third-born
DANIEL (PERSON) [Heb dānı̄ʾēl (דָּנִאֵל), dānı̂yēʾl (דָּנִיֵּאל)]. 1. The second son of David, born at Hebron (1 Chr 3:1), the firstborn of David and Abigail of Carmel, Nabal’s widow (1 Samuel 25). He is called “Chileab” in 2 Sam 3:3, a reading which undoubtedly is corrupt (see CHILEAB). In Chronicles
Daniel (Person). 1. David’s second son, the first by his wife Abigail (1 Chr 3:1). Also called Chileab (2 Sm 3:3).SeeChileab.2. Priest, descendant of Ithamar. He signed Ezra’s covenant of faithfulness to God with Nehemiah and others after the exile (Ezr 8:2; Neh 10:6).3. Jewish statesman and seer
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Chileabkil̀ē-ab [Heb. kil’āb; Gk. Dalouia—‘restraint of father’]. A son of David, born to him at Hebron. His mother was Abigail, whom David married after the death of her husband Nabal, the Carmelite (2 S. 3:3). In the corresponding account (1 Ch. 3:1) he is called “Daniel,” the meaning of which
3. A person of great wisdom and righteousness, associated with Noah and Job in Ezk. 14:14, 20; 28:3, where the NEB reads “Danel.” This latter vocalization of the MT has been influenced by the Ugaritic Legend of Aqht, which dealt with the activities of a Phoenician ruler named Dnil, which can be vocalized
DANIEL (Person)1. David’s second son, the first by his wife Abigail (1 Chr 3:1); also called Kileab (2 Sm 3:3).See alsoKileab.2. Priest, descendant of Ithamar. He signed Ezra’s covenant of faithfulness to God with Nehemiah and others after the exile (Ezr 8:2; Neh 10:6).3. Jewish statesman and seer
Daniel (dan´yuhl).1 David’s second son, according to 1 Chron. 3:1. In 2 Sam. 3:3 his name is given as Chileab.2 A priest and descendant of Ithamar who returned from the exile with Ezra (Ezra 8:2). He may be the same Daniel listed in Neh. 10:6 as one of the priests who signed Ezra’s covenant-renewal
DANIEL. Daniel, an OT hero, is the main character of the book of Daniel. Of royal or noble birth (Dan 1:3), Daniel was taken captive to Babylonia by Nebuchadnezzar in 605 b.c. with other Jewish youths of like ability and attainments (1:1–7), where he spent the remainder of his life and gained distinction
DANIEL (Heb. dāniyyē’l, dāni’el, ‘God is my judge’). 1. Second son of David (1 Ch. 3:1) and Abigail, called also ‘Chileab’ (avmg.). Although older than his brothers Absalom and Adonijah, nothing more is recorded of him, suggesting that he died young. 2. A descendant of Ithamar, who accompanied Ezra
Chileab (Heb. kilʾāḇ)The second of David’s sons, born in Hebron, the firstborn of David and Abigail, the widow of Nabal of Carmel (2 Sam. 3:2–3). He is called Daniel in the MT of 1 Chr. 3:1 (cf. Josephus Ant. 7.21, Daniēlos) and Dalouia in the LXX of 2 Sam. 3:3. Based upon these different spellings,
Daniel (Heb. dāniʾēl, dānɩ̂yēʾl)1. David’s second son, according to the Chronicler (1 Chr. 3:1). The author of the books of Samuel remembers his name as Chileab. Since he does not figure in the struggle for succession to David’s throne (2 Sam. 9–1 Kgs. 2), he possibly died before reaching maturity
Chileab [kĭlˊĭ ăb] (Heb. kil˒āḇ). A son of David and Abigail, the widow of Nabal, born at Hebron (2 Sam. 3:3). Some suggest that his alternate name, Daniel (“God is my judge”; 1 Chr. 3:1), commemorates the divine judgment upon Nabal (1 Sam. 25:39).
DANIEL דניאלI. The name Daniel occurs in three contexts in the Hebrew Bible: (1) It occurs twice in the Book of Ezekiel. Ezek 14:14 says that when a land sins, “even if these three →Noah, Daniel and Job were in it, they would deliver but their own lives by their righteousness”. Again in Ezek 28:3 the
DANIEL (Hebrew, “God judges”) The name of three men in the Old Testament, of whom the first is by far the best known.1. The hero of the book of Daniel. Daniel is presented in the account as a youth of a noble Judahite family who was also noted for his intellectual gifts. In 605 b.c., he was deported