Loading…
Eliphelet (son of David)
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Eliphelet the Warrior
Eliphelet the Warrior (אֱלִיפֶלֶט‎, eliphelet). One of David’s mighty warriors (2 Sam 23:34). The son of Ahasbai.
Eliphelet, Descendant of Hashum
Eliphelet, Descendant of Hashum (אֱלִיפֶלֶט‎, eliphelet). A member of the family of Hashum in the postexilic Jewish community. Eliphelet was listed among those who agreed to Ezra’s demand to divorce his foreign wife (Ezra 10:33).
Eliphelet, Son of David
Eliphelet, Son of David (אֱלִיפֶלֶט‎, eliphelet). The name of one or two sons of King David born to him in Jerusalem. In the list of David’s sons in 2 Samuel, the name appears once (2 Sam 5:16). In two lists in 1 Chronicles, it appears twice (1 Chr 3:6; 1 Chr 8; 14:5, 7). It is unclear whether this is
Eliphelet, Son of Eshek
Eliphelet, Son of Eshek (אֱלִיפֶלֶט‎, eliphelet). The third son of Eshek. A descendant of Benjamin (1 Chr 8:39).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Eliphelet (Person)
ELIPHELET (PERSON) [Heb ʾĕlı̂peleṭ (אֱלִיפֶלֶט)]. Var. ELPELET. 1. A son of David (1 Chr 3:6; 14:5), one of 13 listed as having been born to David’s wives in Jerusalem, in addition to his six sons born at Hebron. His mother’s name is unknown: four of the 13 were Bathsheba’s sons; the remainder were
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Eliphalet
Eliphalet. kjv spelling of Eliphelet, David’s son, in 2 Samuel 5:16 and 1 Chronicles 14:7.See Eliphelet # 1.
Eliphelet
Eliphelet. 1. One of David’s nine sons born in Jerusalem (2 Sm 5:16; 1 Chr 3:8; 14:7; kjv Eliphelet).2. Ahasbai’s son and one of David’s mighty men (2 Sm 23:34); perhaps the same as Eliphal, Ur’s son, in 1 Chronicles 11:35.See Eliphal.3. Another of David’s sons born at Jerusalem but perhaps earlier
Elpalet
Elpalet. kjv spelling of Elpelet, an alternate name for David’s son, Eliphelet in 1 Chronicles 14:5.See Eliphelet # 3.
Elpelet
Elpelet. Alternate name for David’s son Eliphelet in 1 Chronicles 14:5.See Eliphelet # 3.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Eliphelet
Eliphelet ē-lifʹə-let [Heb. ʾĕlîp̱eleṭ; Gk. Eliphalatos (1 Esd. 8:39), Eliphalat (1 Esd. 9:33)]; AV also ELIPHALET, ELIPHALAT; NEB also ELIPHALATUS, ELIPHALAT.
Elpelet
Elpelet elʹpē-lət [Heb. ʾelpāleṭ]; AV ELPALET. The name of a son of David (1 Ch. 14:5).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Eliphalet
ELIPHALET* kjv spelling of Eliphelet, David’s son, in 2 Samuel 5:16 and 1 Chronicles 14:7. See Eliphelet #1.
Eliphelet
ELIPHELET1. One of David’s 13 sons born in Jerusalem (2 Sm 5:16; 1 Chr 3:8; 14:7).2. Ahasbai’s son and one of David’s mighty men (2 Sm 23:34); perhaps the same as Eliphal, Ur’s son, in 1 Chronicles 11:35. See Eliphal.3. Another of David’s sons born at Jerusalem but perhaps earlier than #1 above (1
Elpalet
ELPALET* kjv spelling of Elpelet, an alternate name for David’s son Eliphelet in 1 Chronicles 14:5. See Eliphelet #3.
Elpelet
ELPELET Alternative name of David’s son Eliphelet in 1 Chronicles 14:5. See Eliphelet #3.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Eliphelet
Eliphelet (i-lif´uh-let; Heb., possibly “El [God] is deliverance” or “the divine deliverer”).1 David’s last son, born in Jerusalem to a nameless wife or concubine (2 Sam. 5:16). His name appears twice in the list of David’s sons in 1 Chron. 3:6, 8 (cf. 1 Chron. 14:5, 7).2 The son of Ahasbai; one of
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eliphalet
ELIPHALET, ELIPHELET1. A son of David born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 3:5–6); called Elpalet in (1 Chr 14:5).2. The last of David’s sons born in Jerusalem (2 Sam 5:16), RSV; (1 Chr 3:8; 14:7), RSV).3. A son of Ahasbai, one of David’s mighty men (2 Sam 23:34); cf. Eliphal [q.v. ], 1 Chr 11:35):4. A descendant
Elpalet
ELPALET. A son of David born in Jerusalem (1 Chr 14:5). He is called Eliphelet (q.v.) in 1 Chr 3:6; but is not included in the list of David’s sons in 2 Sam 5.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eliphelet
Eliphelet (Heb. ʾĕlɩ̂p̱eleṭ)1. One (two?) of 13 sons born to David’s wives in Jerusalem (2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chr. 3:6, 8; 14:5, 7). The name appears twice in the Chronicler’s lists, once in the 2 Samuel list. The discrepancy may be the result of scribal dittography in the Chronicler’s lists or scribal
Elpelet
Elpelet (Heb. ʾelpāleṭ) (also ELIPHELET)One of David’s sons born at Jerusalem, of an unnamed mother (1 Chr. 14:5). At 1 Chr. 3:6 the name occurs as Eliphelet (1; cf. 3:8; 14:7). Considered by some scholars to be the result of scribal error, its occurrence there may rather be a conscious effort to
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Elpelet
Elpelet [ĕl pēlˊĭt] (Heb. ˒elpāleṭ). One of David’s sons born at Jerusalem, of an unnamed mother (1 Chr. 14:5; KJV “Elpalet”). At 1 Chr. 3:6 the alternate name, Eliphelet, is given; considered by some scholars to be the result of scribal error, its occurrence there may rather be a conscious
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Eliphelet
ELIPHELET The name of two men in the Old Testament.1. A son of David (1 Chr 3:6; 14:5), born by one of David’s wives in Jerusalem.2. The son of Ahasbai and a member of David’s famed “Thirty” (2 Sam 23:34).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Eliphalet
Eliph´alet (the God of deliverance), the last of the thirteen sons born to David after his establishment in Jerusalem. 2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chron. 14:7. [Eliphelet, 2.]
Eliphelet
Eliph´elet (the God of deliverance).1. The name of a son of David, one of the children born to him after his establishment in Jerusalem. 1 Chron. 3:6. (b.c. after 1044.)2. Another son of David, belonging also to the Jerusalem family, and apparently the last of his sons. 1 Chron. 3:8.3. One of the
Elpalet
El´palet (God his deliverance), one of David’s sons born in Jerusalem. 1 Chron. 14:5.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Eliphelet
ELIPH´ELET (e-lifʹe-let; “God of deliverance”).1. The third of the nine sons of David, born at Jerusalem, by Bathsheba (1 Chron. 3:6; 14:5). In the latter passage the name is given in a contracted form, Elpelet (Elpalet, KJV), about 989 b.c.2. The ninth of the same (1 Chron. 3:8; 14:7; 2 Sam. 5:16).
Elpalet
ELPA´LET. A contracted form in the KJV (1 Chron. 14:5) of the name Eliphalet; the NASB gives Eliphelet (which see, no. 1); the NIV reads “Elpelet.”
See also
Relatives
David Father
Solomon Brother
Absalom Brother
Adonijah Brother
Amnon Brother
Son of David Brother
Nathan Brother
Shammua Brother
Chileab Brother
Shobab Brother
Elishama Brother
Japhia Brother
Shephatiah Brother
Ithream Brother
Nepheg Brother
Eliada Brother
Jerimoth Brother
Elishua Brother
Ibhar Brother
Nogah Brother
Elpelet Brother
Tamar Sister
Joab Cousin
Rehoboam Nephew
Jesse Grandfather
Abishai Cousin
Amasa Cousin
Asahel Cousin
Eliab Uncle
Shimea Uncle
Jonadab Cousin
Abinadab Uncle
Zeruiah Aunt
Jonathan Cousin
Nethanel Uncle
Mattatha Nephew
Ozem Uncle
Abigail Aunt
Raddai Uncle
Tamar Niece
Mahalath Niece
Basemath Niece
Abihail Cousin
Taphath Niece