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Jahdo
Dictionaries
The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Jahdo, Son of Buz
Jahdo, Son of Buz (יַחְדּוֹ‎, yachdo). Father of Jeshishai in the line of Gad (1 Chr 5:14).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Jahdo (Person)
JAHDO (PERSON) [Heb yaḥdô (יַחְדֹּו)]. A Gadite who is mentioned only in 1 Chr 5:14. The suggestions that his name should be spelled yaḥday or yaḥdōy are supported (but by no means established) by the Gk mss that conclude the name with an iota. It may be that the name was derived from the imperfect
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Jahdo
Jahdo. Gadite, son of Buz and a forefather of a number of valiant men who were registered during the reigns of King Jeroboam of Israel (793–753 bc) and King Jotham of Judah (750–732 bc; 1 Chr 5:14).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jahdo
Jahdo jäʹdō [Heb. yaḥdô—‘may God rejoice’]. The head of a Manassite tribe mentioned in 1 Ch. 5:14.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Jahdo
JAHDO Gadite, son of Buz and a forefather of a number of valiant men who were registered during the reigns of King Jeroboam of Israel (793–753 bc) and King Jotham of Judah (750–735 bc; 1 Chr 5:14).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Jahdo
Jahdo [jäˊdō] (Heb. yaḥdô “may [God] rejoice”). The son of Buz from the tribe of Gad (1 Chr. 5:14).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Jahdo
Jah´do (united), a Gadite, 1 Chron. 5:14, son of Buz and father of Jeshishai.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Jahdo
JAH´DO (jaʹdō). A Gadite, son of Buz and father of Jeshishai, of the descendants of Abihail, resident in Gilead (1 Chron. 5:14), before 771 b.c.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
JAHDO
JAHDO<ja’-do> ([יַחְדּוֹ‎, yachdo], meaning uncertain; Kittel suggests [יַחְדַּי‎, yachday] = Jahdai): In 1 Ch 5:14, a Gileadite.
See also
Relatives
Buz Father
Jeshishai Son
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