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Hiddai
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Hiddai
Hiddai (הִדַּי‎, hidday). One of David’s mighty men (2 Sam 23:30). He seems to also be called Hurai (1 Chr 11:32).
Hurai
Hurai (חוּרַי‎, churay). One of David’s mighty men (1 Chr 11:32). He seems to also be called Hiddai (2 Sam 23:30).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Hiddai (Person)
HIDDAI (PERSON) [Heb hidday (הִדַּי)]. Var. HURAI. At 2 Sam 23:30 Hiddai “of the brooks of Gaash” is listed as one of David’s thirty mighty men. In the parallel at 1 Chr 11:32 he is called Hurai. Thenius (Die Bücher Samuels KEHAT, 253), Wellhausen (1871: 215), and Smith (Samuel ICC, 387f.) preferred
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Hiddai
Hiddai. Warrior among David’s mighty men (2 Sm 23:30); alternately called Hurai in 1 Chronicles 11:32.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Hiddai
Hiddai hidʹī [Heb. hidday; Gk. Hatthai]. One of David’s thirty mighty men (2 S. 23:30), described as “of the brooks of Gaash.” In the parallel list in 1 Ch. 11:32 the form of the name is Hurai (Heb. hûray).
Hurai
Hurai hūrʹī, hûrʹî [Heb. ḥûray]. One of David’s thirty mighty men mentioned in 1 Ch. 11:32 as “of the brooks of Gaash,” i.e., from Mt. Gaash. In the par 2 S. 23:30 he appears as Hiddai.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Hiddai
HIDDAI* Name of one of King David’s mighty men (2 Sm 23:30, nlt mg).See also Gaash #2.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Hiddai
HIDDAI. One of David’s mighty men from the wilds near Gaash (2 Sam 23:30). He is called Hurai in the parallel passage 1 Chr 11:32 (q.v.). The alternate spellings probably resulted from a confusion in Heb. of r and d, and of h and ,, letters very similar in post-Exilic Heb.
Hurai
HURAI. A mighty man of David (1 Chr 11:32). In the parallel passage of 2 Sam 23:30 he is called Hiddai (q.v.).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Hiddai
Hiddai (Heb. hidday) (also HURAI)An Israelite from “the torrents/wadis of Gaash” who was one of David’s Thirty (2 Sam. 23:30). At 1 Chr. 11:32 he is called Hurai.
Hurai
Hurai (Heb. ḥûray) (also HIDDAI)One of David’s Thirty, from “the wadis of Gaash” (1 Chr. 11:32). At 2 Sam. 23:30 he is called Hiddai.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Hiddai
Hiddai [hĭdˊī] (Heb. hidday “cheerful”). An Israelite from Gaash who was one of David’s thirty mighty men (2 Sam. 23:30). At 1 Chr. 11:32 he is called Hurai.
Hurai
Hurai [hŏorˊī] (Heb. ḥûray).† One of David’s mighty men (1 Chr. 11:32). At 2 Sam. 23:30 he is called Hiddai.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Hidda-i
Hid´da-i (for the rejoicing of Jehovah), one of the thirty-seven heroes of David’s guard. 2 Sam. 23:30. (b.c. 1046.)
Hura-i
Hu´ra-i, or Hura´i (linen-weaver), one of David’s guard—Hurai of the torrents of Gaash, according to the list of 1 Chron. 11:32. [Hiddai.]
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Hiddai
HID´DAI (hidʹay). One of the “thirty” heroes of David, “of the brooks of Gaash” (2 Sam. 23:30). In 1 Chron. 11:32 he is given as Hurai (which see).
Hurai
HU´RAI (hūʹrī). A native of the valleys (“brooks”) of Mt. Gaash and one of David’s mighty men (1 Chron. 11:32), called less correctly (2 Sam. 23:30) Hiddai (which see), 953 b.c.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Hiddai
Hiddairejoicing of Jehovah, one of David’s thirty-seven guards (2 Sam. 23:30).
Hurai
Hurailinen-worker, one of David’s heroes, a native of the valley of Mount Gaash (1 Chr. 11:32).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Hiddai
HIDDAI [HID day eye] — one of David’s mighty men (2 Sam. 23:30), also called Hurai (1 Chr. 11:32).
Hurai
HURAI [HUR igh] — one of David’s mighty men (1 Chr. 11:32), also called Hiddai (2 Sam. 23:30).
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