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Izri
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Izri, Son of Jeduthun
Izri, Son of Jeduthun (יִצְרִי‎, yitsriy). A temple musician during David’s reign (1 Chr 25:3, 11).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Izri (Person)
IZRI (PERSON) [Heb yiṣrı̂ (יִצְרִי)]. Person who receives the fourth lot cast (1 Chr 25:11) to determine the duties of the sons of Asaph, Heman, and Jeduthun listed in 1 Chr 25:2–4. The problem is that Izri does not appear in 1 Chr 25:2–4 as one would expect; however, the name Zeri appears in 1 Chr
Zeri (Person)
ZERI (PERSON) [Heb ṣĕrı̂ (צְרִי)]. One of the sons of Jeduthun who were appointed to prophesy with musical instruments under the direction of their father and the king (1 Chr 25:3). When the lots are cast to determine duties (1 Chr 25:9–31), the name Izri (1 Chr 25:11) appears where the name Zeri would
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Izri
Izri. Temple musician and head of the 4th of the 24 divisions of priests for service in the sanctuary (1 Chr 25:11). He is called Zeri in verse 3.
Zeri
Zeri. One of the sons of Jeduthun who prophesied with the lyre in thanksgiving to the Lord (1 Chr 25:3). He is probably the same person as Izri (v 11).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Izri
Izri izʹrī [Heb. yiṣrî]. A man of the “sons of Jeduthun,” leader of the fourth band of musicians, who served in the sanctuary (1 Ch. 25:11). He may be the Zeri mentioned in v 3.
Zeri
Zeri zerʹī [Heb. e—‘mastic’ (IP, p. 223)]; NEB IZRI. One of the sons of Jeduthun who prophesied with the lyre in the temple (1 Ch. 25:3). He may be the man called Izri (cf. NEB) in v 11.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Izri
IZRI* Temple musician and head of the 4th of the 24 divisions of priests for service as musicians in the sanctuary (1 Chr 25:11, nlt mg). He is called Zeri in 1 Chronicles 25:3.
Zeri
ZERI One of the sons of Jeduthun who prophesied with the lyre in thanksgiving to the Lord (1 Chr 25:3). He may be the same person as Izri (v 11).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Izri
IZRI. Apparently one of the sons of Jeduthun and also called Zeri (1 Chr 25:3), leader of the fourth group of musicians in the Levitical choir during the reign of David (1 Chr 25:11).
Zeri
ZERI. member of a family of temple musicians;. son of Jeduthun (1 Chr 25:3). The name appears as Izri in v. 11, the difference in spelling perhaps resulting from the dropping of the initial yodh from Yiṣrı̂, “Izri.”
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Izri
Izri (Heb. yiṣrɩ̂)A leader of the fourth division of temple musicians at the time of David (1 Chr. 25:11), perhaps a “son” (guild member) of Jeduthun. He may be identified with Zeri at 1 Chr. 25:3.
Zeri
Zeri (Heb. ṣĕrɩ̂) (also IZRI)One of the sons of the levitical family of Jeduthun, set apart by David for musical service in the temple (1 Chr. 25:3). At 1 Chr. 25:11 his name is given as Izri (Heb. yiṣrɩ̂).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Izri
Izri [ĭzˊrī] (Heb. yiṣrî “[Yahweh] has fashioned” [?]). A leader of the fourth division of temple musicians at the time of David (1 Chr. 25:11), perhaps a “son” (guild member) of Jeduthun. He may be identified with Zeri at v. 3.
Zeri
Zeri [zĕrˊī] (Heb. e “balsam”). One of the sons of the levitical family of Jeduthun, set apart by David for musical service in the temple (1 Chr. 25:3). At v. 11 his name is given as Izri (Heb. yiṣrî).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Izri
Iz´ri (creator), a Levite leader of the fourth course or ward in the service of the house of God. 1 Chron. 25:11. In ver. 3 he is called Zeri. (b.c. 1014.)
Zeri
Ze´ri (built), one of the sons of Jeduthun in the reign of David. 1 Chron. 25:3. (b.c. 1043.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Izri
IZ´RI (izʹri; the “Jezerites”). The leader of the fourth division of Levitical singers under David (1 Chron. 25:11); probably the same as Zeri (which see), of the sons of Jeduthun, mentioned in v. 3, 1000 b.c.
Zeri
ZE´RI (zeʹri). One of the sons of Jeduthun, and a Levitical harpist in the reign of David (1 Chron. 25:3). He is probably the Izri mentioned in v. 11.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Jizri
JIZRI [JIZ righ] — a Levite and head of the fourth course of musicians for the sanctuary (1 Chr. 25:11; Izri, KJV). He is also called Zeri (1 Chr. 25:3), a son of Jeduthun.
Zeri
ZERI [ZEE rye] — one of the “sons of Jeduthun,” a group of Levitical singers established during the reign of David. Apparently Zeri was the head of this family after the return from the Captivity (1 Chr. 25:3).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
IZRI
IZRI<iz’-ri> ([יִצְרִי‎, yitsri], “creator,” “former”): A man of the “sons of Jeduthun,” leader of the fourth band of musicians, who served in the sanctuary (1 Ch 25:11). Identical with Zeri (25:3).
ZERI
ZERI<ze’-ri> (צְרִי[tseri], meaning unknown): “Son” of Jeduthun, and a temple musician (1 Ch 25:3) = “Izri” of 1 Ch 25:11, which should be read here.See IZRI.
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Relatives
Jeduthun Father
Obededom Brother
Shemaiah Brother
Uzziel Brother
Gedaliah Brother
Shimei Brother
Jeshaiah Brother
Galal Brother
Mattithiah Brother
Shemaiah Nephew
Shammua Nephew
Issachar Nephew
Nethanel Nephew
Joah Nephew
Jehozabad Nephew
Sachar Nephew
Peullethai Nephew
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