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Ginath
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Ginath
Ginath (גִּינַת‎, ginath). Father of Tibni, who attempted to become king in Israel (1 Kgs 16:21–22).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Ginath (Person)
GINATH (PERSON) [Heb gı̂nat (גִּינַת)]. Father of Tibni, whose claim to the Israelite throne was supported by half of the people over against that of Omri (1 Kgs 16:21–22). The feminine ending of Ginath suggests that the term is the name of a tribe or place-name, but in 1 Kings it refers to a person.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Ginath
Ginath. Tibni’s father. Tibni unsuccessfully attempted to gain the throne of Israel. Omri became king instead (1 Kgs 16:21, 22).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ginath
Ginath gīʹnath [Heb. gînaṯ]. Father of Tibni, the unsuccessful rival of Omri (1 K. 16:21f.).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Ginath
GINATH Tibni’s father. Tibni unsuccessfully attempted to gain the throne of Israel; Omri became king instead (1 Kgs 16:21–22).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Ginath
GINATH. The father of Tibni, who was unsuccessful in his claim to the throne of Israel against Omri (1 Kgs 16:21–22).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Ginath
Ginath (Heb. gɩ̂naṯ)The father of Tibni, who unsuccessfully rivaled Omri for the Israelite throne (1 Kgs. 16:21–22).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Ginath
Ginath [gīˊnăth] (Heb. gînaṯ). The father of Tibni, who unsuccessfully rivaled Omri for the Israelite throne (1 Kgs. 16:20–21).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Ginath
GINATH The father of Tibni. He disputed Omri’s claim to the Israelite kingship (1 Kgs 16:21–22).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Ginath
GI´NATH (giʹnath). The father of Tibni (which see), king of the northern tribes of Israel (1 Kings 16:21–22).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ginath
GINATH [GIH nath] — the father of Tibni, the unsuccessful rival of Omri. Tibni and Omri fought for the throne of Israel after the death of Zimri (1 Kin. 16:21–22).
See also
Relatives
Tibni Son