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HAGGEDOLIM (PERSON) [Heb haggĕdôlı̂m (הַגְּדֹולִים)]. Presumably the father of Zabdiel, a priest and contemporary of Nehemiah (Neh 11:14 RSV, NEB, AB). His supposed son, Zabdiel, is described as an overseer of the priests then engaged in the work of the house of God. “Haggedolim,” however, as a personal
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Haggedolim hag-e-dōʹlēm [Heb. haggeḏôlîm] (Neh. 11:14); AV “one of the great men.” According to the RSV and NEB, the father of the priest Zabdiel. The term may be better rendered by the AV. (Cf. the LXX, of which some texts omit the entire clause, while others read tó̄n megálōn, “the great
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
HAGGEDOLIM (Hăg gĕ dōʹ lĭm) Personal name meaning “the great ones.” Zabdiel, a leading priest, was the son of Haggedolim (Neh. 11:14; KJV, “the great men”; TEV, “a leading family”). Bible students have suggested that haggedolim is probably not a Hebrew proper name and have interpreted it as a copyist’s
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 3, H–L
Haggedolim hag’uh-doh’lim (הַגְּדוֹלִים H2045, “the great ones”). Father of Zabdiel; the latter was a chief officer among the priests that settled in Jerusalem after the exile (Neh. 11:14; KJV renders, “Zabdiel, the son of one of the great men”). Some scholars emend the word to haggādôl, “the great