Ithiel (Pr. 30:1)
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A person named in some translations of Prov 30:1, along with Ucal, as recipients of the words of Agur. Ithiel and Ucal were probably sons or disciples of Agur, though it is possible that the words are not proper names at all.
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ITHIEL (PERSON) [Heb ʾı̂tı̂ʾēl (אִיתִיאֵל)]. 1. An ancestor of Sallu, a Benjaminite and provincial leader who agreed to settle in Jerusalem (Neh 11:7). Although Sallu’s line is referred to in both the list in Nehemiah 11 and 1 Chronicles 9 (cf. v 7), Ithiel is not mentioned. This, like other differences
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Ithiel and Ucal
Ithiel and Ucal iʹthēəl, oo̅ʹkal [Heb. ʾîṯîʾēl weʾuḵāl] (Prov. 30:1). The names of two persons to whom Agur addressed his words. The text is obscure, however; such an introduction seems strange—nowhere else in Proverbs is the audience named. Although T. Mauch (IDB, s.v. “Ucal”) points to “Surely
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