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Izrahiah (son of Uzzi)
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IZRAHIAH (PERSON) [Heb yizraḥyâ (יִזְרַחְיָה)]. A descendant of Issachar (1 Chr 7:3). His name means “May Yahweh shine forth.” Izrahiah is listed as a great grandson of Issachar but in what time period the Chronicler might have viewed him as having lived is not clear. If, along generational lines,
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IZRAHI´AH (iz-ra-hīʹa; “Jehovah will bring forth”). The son of Uzzi and great-grandson of Issachar (1 Chron. 7:3).
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Izrahiah [Iz-ruh-hi-yah](Hebrew origin: God will shine)(1 Chronicles 7:3). Unspecified date. Izrahiah, the son of Uzzi and grandson of Tola, was the father of Michael, Obadiah, Ishiah, and Joel. He and his sons were leaders of the tribe of Issachar.
Jezrahiah [Jez-ruh-hi-uh](Hebrew origin: God will shine)(Nehemiah 12:42). 5th century b.c. Jezrahiah was in charge of the singers who marched, singing at the top of their voices, in the joyful procession, which celebrated the dedication of the rebuilt walls of Jerusalem, during the days of Nehemiah.