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A chief officer in the temple during Hezekiah’s reign; he oversaw contributions, tithes, and other gifts given in the rededicated temple (2 Chr 31:12–13).
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CONANIAH (PERSON) [Heb kônanyāhû (כֹּונַנְיָהוּ)]. Var. JECONIAH. The name of three men mentioned in 2 Chronicles. It means “Yahweh establishes or strengthens.”1. A Levite during the reign of Hezekiah who was given charge over the contributions, tithes, and other gifts given to the newly rededicated
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Conaniah. 1. Levite and chief officer who supervised tithes, contributions, and the dedicated things given to the temple during the reign of Hezekiah (2 Chr 31:12, 13, kjv Cononiah).2. One of the chief Levites during the time of King Josiah (2 Chr 35:9); perhaps identifiable with Jeconiah in 1 Esdras
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Conaniah kon-ə-nī̀ə [Heb. kônanyāhû- ‘Yahweh has founded’ or ‘Yahweh sustains’].1. AV CONONIAH. A Levite appointed, with his brother Shimei, by Hezekiah the king and Azariah the ruler of the house of God, to be overseer of the oblations and tithes and the dedicated things (2 Ch. 31:12f).2. One
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