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Hassenuah
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hassenuah
Hassenuah (הַסְּנוּאָ֛ה‎, hassenu'ah). 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).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hassenuah (Person)
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
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hassenuah
Hassenuah. Ancestor of a Benjamite family that returned to Judah with Zerubbabel after the exile (1 Chr 9:7; kjv Hasenuah; Neh 11:9; kjv Senuah); perhaps alternately called Senaah (Ezr 2:35; Neh 7:38), and Hassenaah (Neh 3:3).See Senaah.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hassenuah
Hassenuah has-ə-noo̅̄ʹə [Heb. hassenûʾâ, hassenûʾâ]. A family name in the two lists of Benjaminite inhabitants of Jerusalem (1 Ch. 9:7, AV “Hasenuah”; Neh. 11:9, AV “Senuah”). The name is possibly the same as Hassenaah, yet the occurrence of the singular (“son of Hassenuah”) does not accord
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hassenuah
HASSENUAH Ancestor of a Benjamite family that returned to Judah with Zerubbabel after the exile (1 Chr 9:7; Neh 11:9, kjv “Senuah”); perhaps alternately called Senaah (Ezr 2:35; Neh 7:38), and Hassenaah (Neh 3:3). See Senaah.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hasenuah
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.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hassenuah
Hassenuah (Heb. hassĕnuʾâ, hassĕnŝʾâ)1. The father of Hodaviah; a Benjaminite whose descendants lived in Jerusalem after the Exile (1 Chr. 9:7).2. The father of Judah (5), who was second in command of Jerusalem during the time of Nehemiah (Neh. 11:9).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Hasenuah
Hasenu´ah (the hated), a Benjamite, of one of the chief families in the tribe. 1 Chron. 9:7.
Senuah
Sen´uah (bristling, properly Hassenuah, with the definite article), a Benjamite. Neh. 11:9.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hasenuah
HASENU´AH (has-e-nūʹa). An Israelite of the tribe of Benjamin, whose descendants dwelt in Jerusalem after the captivity (1 Chron. 9:7), before 536 b.c.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hassenuah
HASSENUAH [hass uh NOO uh] (hated) — the father of Hodaviah (1 Chr. 9:7; Hasenuah, KJV; Hassenuah, NRSV).
Senuah
SENUAH [suh NOO uh] — a Benjamite whose son Judah was second in command in Jerusalem after the Captivity (Neh. 11:9; Hassenuah, NASB, REB, NIV, NRSV). Also see Senaah.
See also
Relatives
Judah Son
Hodaviah Son