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Hanamel
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hanamel, Son of Shallum
Hanamel, Son of Shallum (חֲנַמְאֵל‎, chanam'el). A cousin of the prophet Jeremiah, who sold Jeremiah a field in Anathoth (Jer 32:7–12).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hanamel (Person)
HANAMEL (PERSON) [Heb ḥănamʾēl (חֲנַמְאֵל)]. The son of Jeremiah’s uncle Shallum (Jer 32:6, 8, 9) and the cousin whose field at Anathoth the prophet purchases. This incident, widely held to be authentic, occurred during the Babylonian invasion of Jerusalem (587 b.c.e.) while Jeremiah was imprisoned.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hanamel, Hanameel
Hanamel, Hanameel. Shallum’s son, from whom Jeremiah bought a field in Anathoth (Jer 32:7–12, kjv Hanameel). This purchase signified that God would restore the nation and that possession of the land would again be possible.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hanamel
Hanamel hanʹə-mel [Heb. anamʾēl] (Jer 32:7–9, 12); AV HANAMEEL. Jeremiah’s cousin, son of Shallum, from whom the prophet, while in prison during the time when Jerusalem was besieged by the Chaldeans, bought a field with due formalities, in token that a time would come when houses and vineyards would
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hanamel
HANAMEL Shallum’s son, from whom Jeremiah bought a field in Anathoth (Jer 32:7–12). This purchase signified that God would restore the nation and that possession of the land would again be possible.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Hanamel
Hanamel (han´uh-mel), the son of Shallum and the cousin of the prophet Jeremiah. Hanamel sold a field to Jeremiah. Its purchase at the time the Babylonians were laying siege to Jerusalem (ca. 588 bce) became a symbol to Jeremiah of God’s promised restoration of Israel (32:7–15).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hanameel
HANAMEEL. Son of Shallum and cousin of Jeremiahthe prophet, who purchased an ancestral field from him at Anathoth during the siege of Jerusalem (Jer 32:7–9, 12).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hanamel
Hanamel (Heb. ḥănamʾēl)The son of Shallum and cousin of Jeremiah, from whom the imprisoned prophet purchased a field at Anathoth during the Chaldean siege of Jerusalem (Jer. 32:7–15).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hanamel
Hanamel [hănˊə mĕl] (Heb. anam˒ēl “God is gracious”). The son of Shallum and cousin of Jeremiah, from whom the imprisoned prophet purchased a field at Anathoth during the Chaldean siege of Jerusalem (Jer. 32:7–15; KJV “Hanameel”).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Hanamel
HANAMEL (Hebrew, “God is gracious”) The cousin of Jeremiah (Jer 32:6, 8, 9) who sold his field at Anathoth to the prophet. The sale occurred during the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem (587 b.c.) while Jeremiah was in prison; it represented the hope for the eventual restoration of Judah following the Exile.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Haname-el
Hanam´e-el (whom God graciously gave), son of Shallum and cousin of Jeremiah. Jer. 32:7, 8, 9, 12; and comp. 44. (b.c. 589.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hanamel
HANAM´EL (ha-namʹel; “God has compassion”). The son of Shallum and cousin of Jeremiah to whom, while Jerusalem was besieged, he sold a field in Anathoth (Jer. 32:6–12), about 590 b.c. The prohibition to sell Levitical estates applied merely to their alienating them from the tribe. “The transaction was
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