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Ibnijah
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Ibnijah
Ibnijah (יִבְנִיָּה‎, yivniyyah). A Benjaminite who lived in Jerusalem after the Babylonian exile (1 Chr 9:8; compare Neh 11:7–9). Ibnijah was the father of Reuel.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Ibnijah (Person)
IBNIJAH (PERSON) [Heb yibnı̂yâ (יִבְנִיָּה)]. A Benjaminite who returned to Jerusalem from exile in Babylon (1 Chr 9:8). The consonants in the name Ibnijah are identical to the consonants in the name Ibneiah (ybnyh), which occurs earlier in 1 Chr 9:8. Dahlberg (IDB 2: 671) suggested that the two names
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ibnijah
Ibnijah ib-nīʹjə [Heb. yiḇnîyâ—‘may Yahweh enlarge’]; NEB IBNIAH. A Benjaminite, father of Reuel (1 Ch. 9:8).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Ibnijah
IBNIJAH. A member of the tribe of Benjamin and father of Reuel (1 Chr 9:8).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Ibnijah
Ibnijah (Heb. yiḇnɩ̂yâ)A Benjaminite, ancestor of Reuel who dwelled in postexilic Jerusalem (1 Chr. 9:8).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Ibnijah
Ibnijah [ĭb nīˊjə] (Heb. yiḇnîyâ “may Yahweh build up”). A Benjaminite who dwelled in Jerusalem; the father of Reuel (1 Chr. 9:8).
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Ibnijah
IBNI´JAH (ib-nīʹja; “building of Jah”). The ancestor of Meshullam, a Benjamite, who settled in Jerusalem after the return from Babylon (1 Chron. 9:8), after 536 b.c.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Ibnijah
IBNIJAH [ib NIGH juh] (the Lord builds) — a Benjamite and the father of Reuel (1 Chr. 9:8).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
IBNIJAH
IBNIJAH<ib-ni’-ja> ([יִבְנִיָּה‎, yibniyah] or [יִבְנְיָה‎, yibhneyah], “Yah buildeth up”): A Benjamite, father of Reuel (1 Ch 9:8).
See also
Relatives
Reuel Son
Shephatiah Grandson