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Eddinus
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Eddinus
Eddinus (Ἐδδεινου̂ς, Eddeinous, Ἐδδινου̂ς, Eddinous). One of the representatives of King Josiah, along with Asaph and Zechariah. Depicted as present at a Passover meal along with the temple singers (1 Esdras 1:15). He is probably the person named Jeduthun in 2 Chr 35:15.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Eddinus
Eddinus edtʹi-nəs [Gk. B Eddeinous, A Eddinous); AV JEDUTHUN; NEB EDDINOUS.One of the temple singers at Josiah’s Passover (1 Esd. 1:15). AV reads here “Jeduthun,” the corresponding name in the parallel passage (2 Ch. 35:15). See also Jeduthun.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
EDDINUS
EDDINUS<ed’-i-nus> ([ Ἐδδεινου̂ς, Eddeinous], Codex Alexandrinus, [ Ἐδδινου̂ς, Eddinous]): One of the “holy singers” at Josiah’s Passover (1 Esdras 1:15). the King James Version reads here Jeduthun, the corresponding name in the parallel passage (2 Chronicles 35:15).
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 2, D–G
Eddinus
Eddinus ed’uh-nuhs (Εδδινους). One of the temple singers who participated in the Passover celebrated by King Josiah (1 Esd. 1:15 NRSV); the KJV and others identify him with Jeduthun (cf. 2 Chr. 35:15).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Eddinus
EDDINUS, edʹi-nus (B, Ἐδδεινοῦς, Eddeinoús, A, Ἐδδινοῦς, Eddinoús): One of the “holy singers” at Josiah’s Passover (1 Esd 1:15). AV reads here Jeduthun, the corresponding name in the ║ passage (2 Ch 35:15).
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
EDDINUS
EDDINUS ed´uh-nuhs [Ἐδδινους Eddinous]. The Greek rendering of the Hebrew name Jeduthun (1 Esd 1:15).
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