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Iddo (leader)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Iddo of Casiphia
Iddo of Casiphia (אִדּוֹ‎, iddo). A leader in the Judaean community in Babylon (Ezra 8:17). Ezra sent to him for ministers to serve in the temple.
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Iddo (Person)
IDDO (PERSON) [Heb ʿiddô (עִדֹּו)]. Var. JADDAI; ADAIAH. The English translation of several different Hebrew names (ʾiddô; ʿiddô; ʿiddoʾ; ʿiddôʾ; yiddô), some etymologically related, others possibly not. The name seems to have arisen in Babylon during the 6th century b.c.e. and to have been relatively
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Iddo
Iddo. 1. Father of Ahinadab, Solomon’s official at Mahanaim, who administered the royal household (1 Kgs 4:14).2. Gershonite Levite, descendant of Joah and forefather of Zerah (1 Chr 6:21); perhaps alternately called Adaiah in verse 41.See Adaiah #2.3. Zechariah’s son and the chief officer of Manasseh’s
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Iddo
1. [Heb. ˊiddô] (Ezr. 8:17). The “leading man at the place Casiphia,” who provided Ezra with Levites and temple servants; the head of the Levitical body or school, said to be one of the temple servants, but perhaps an “and” has slipped out, and it should read: “his brethren and the temple servants.”
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Iddo
IDDO1. Father of Ahinadab, Solomon’s official at Mahanaim, who provisioned the royal household (1 Kgs 4:14).2. Gershonite Levite, descendant of Joah and forefather of Zerah (1 Chr 6:21); perhaps alternately called Adaiah in verse 41. See Adaiah #2.3. Zechariah’s son and the chief officer of Manasseh’s
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Iddo
Iddo (id´oh).1 The father of Abinadab, one of Solomon’s twelve district administrators (1 Kings 4:14).2 The fifth-named son of Gershom, son of Levi (1 Chron. 6:21).3 An officer responsible for the Gileadite half of Manasseh under David (1 Chron. 27:21).4 A prophet and writer recording activities
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Iddo
IDDO1. A Gershomite Levite whom David set over the service of song (1 Chr 6:21).2. Son of Zechariah and ruler of the half tribe of Manasseh in Gilead, E of the Jordan (1 Chr 27:21).3. Father of Ahinadab, one of Solomon’s 12 provisioners (1 Kgs 4:14).4. A seer (2 Chr 9:29; 12:15) and prophet (2 Chr
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Iddo
IDDO. The name represents seven variant spellings in the Heb. and its derivations and meanings are uncertain. 1. The father of Ahinadab, one of Solomon’s officers, 1 Ki. 4:14 (‘iddō’). 2. A Levite of the line of Gershon, 1 Ch. 6:21 (MT 6:6 ‘iddô), but called Adaiah in 6:41 (MT 6:16). 3. A tribal chief
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Iddo
Iddo (also ADAIAH, JADDAI)The English translation of three distinct Hebrew names.1. (Heb. ʿiddô, ʿiddōʾ) The father of Ahinadab, one of Solomon’s 12 district administrators (1 Kgs. 4:14). The ancient textual versions give this figure varying names.2. A Levite descended from Gershom (1 Chr. 6:21 [MT
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Iddo
Id´do (timely or lovely).1. The father of Abinadab. 1 Kings 4:14.2. A descendant of Gerhsom, son of Levi. 1 Chron. 6:21.3. Son of Zechariah, ruler of the tribe of Manasseh east of Jordan in the time of David. 1 Chron. 27:21. (b.c. 1014.)4. A seer whose “visions” against Jeroboam incidentally contained
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Iddo
ID´DO (idʹo).1. The father of Ahinadab, Solomon’s deputy in the district of Mahanaim (1 Kings 4:14), before 960 b.c.2. A Gershomite Levite, son of Joah and father of Zerah (1 Chron. 6:21); perhaps more correctly called Adaiah in v. 41.3. Son of Zechariah, and ruler of the half tribe of Manasseh in
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