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 (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
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.SeeEliphal.3. Another of David’s sons born at Jerusalem but perhaps earlier
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
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. SeeEliphal.3. Another of David’s sons born at Jerusalem but perhaps earlier than #1 above (1
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
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
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
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).
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
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).