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A Benjaminite ancestor of Sallu and Judah, exiles who returned to Judah (1 Chr 9:7; Neh 11:9). The family of Senaah, also called Hassenaah, referred to in Ezra and Nehemiah could be the same family as the clan of Hassenuah (Ezra 2:35; Neh 3:3; 7:38).
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HASSENUAH (PERSON) [Heb hassĕnûʾâ (הַסְּנוּאָה)]. The father of Judah, a Benjaminite and second in command over postexilic Jerusalem (Neh 11:9). In a related list Hassenuah is also described as the father of Hodaviah (1 Chr 9:7), but some scholars have argued that the record in 1 Chronicles has been
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HASENUAH. The name means “the hated one”1. A Benjamite, the father of Hodaviah (1 Chr 9:7).2. Without the definite article in Heb. the name is Senuah (KJV), a Benjamite whose son Judah was the second in command of Jerusalem (Neh 11:9). Neh 11:9) and (1 Chr 9:7) may refer to the same person.See Hassenaah.
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