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Eliud
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Eliud, Son of Achim
Eliud, Son of Achim (Ἐλιούδ, Elioud). Named in Jesus’ genealogy in Matthew as the father of Eleazar and ancestor of Joseph (Matt 1:14–15).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Eliud (Person)
ELIUD (PERSON) [Gk Elioud (Ἐλιουδ)]. The son of Achim and father of Eleazar, according to Matthew’s genealogy tying Joseph, the husband of Mary, to the house of David and Solomon (Matt 1:14, 15). Eliud does not appear in any other genealogy or list of Jesus’ ancestors (except in Luke in D, where an
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Eliud
Eliud. Achim’s son, Eleazar’s father, and an ancestor of Jesus Christ according to Matthew’s genealogy (1:14, 15).See Genealogy of Jesus Christ.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Eliud
Eliud ē-līʹəd [Gk. Elioud—‘God my praise’]. An ancestor of Jesus, four generations before Joseph (Mt. 1:14f.).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Eliud
ELIUD Achim’s son, Eleazar’s father, and an ancestor of Jesus Christ according to Matthew’s genealogy (Mt 1:14–15). See Genealogy of Jesus Christ.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eliud
ELIUD. Listed in Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus as the ancestor four generations before Joseph (Mt 1:15).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eliud
Eliud (Gk. Elioúd)An ancestor of Jesus, according to Matthew’s genealogy (Matt. 1:14–15).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Eliud
Eli´ud (God his praise), son of Achim in the genealogy of Christ. Matt. 1:15.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Eliud
ELI´UD (e-līud; “God of majesty”). Son of Achim and father of Eleazar; the fifth in ascent in Christ’s paternal genealogy (Matt. 1:14–15), about 200 b.c. (McClintock and Strong, Cyclopedia).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Eliud
ELIUD [e LIE ud] (God is majestic) — a son of Achim and the father of Eleazar in the genealogy of Jesus (Matt. 1:14–15).
See also
Relatives
Achim Father
Eleazar Son
Zadok Grandfather
Matthan Grandson