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Immer (leader)
Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
A leader who brought exiles back to Judah from Tel-melah and Tel-harsha. The people under his leadership could not prove their Israelite ancestry (1 Esdras 5:36–37). The parallel passages in Ezra 2:59 and Neh 7:61 present Immer as a place where some who returned with Zerubbabel had come from in Babylon.
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Immer the Exile
Immer the Exile (אִמֵּר‎, immer; Αμαρ, Amar). A leader who brought exiles back to Judah from Tel-melah and Tel-harsha. The people under his leadership could not prove their Israelite ancestry (1 Esdras 5:36–37). The parallel passages in Ezra 2:59 and Neh 7:61 present Immer as a place where some who returned
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Immer (Person)
IMMER (PERSON) [Heb ʾimmēr (אִמֵּר)]. The LXX regularly transliterates the name as emmēr (1 Chr 9:12; 24:14; Ezra 2:37; 2:59; 10:20; Neh 3:29; 7:40; Jer 20:1; 1 Esdr 9:21) and once as iemēr (Neh 7:61). Cf. also 1 Esdr 5:24 LXX emmērouth; KJV Meruth; NEB Emmeruth; and 1 Esdr 5:36LXX amar; allar;
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Immer
Immer [Im-uhr](Hebrew origin: Talkative)(1 Chronicles 9:12). 10th century b.c. During the reign of King David, the priestly service in the Tabernacle was divided by lot into twenty-four turns. Immer was in charge of the sixteenth turn (1 Chronicles 24:14).Immer was the ancestor of a clan of priests