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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
JAKEH (PERSON) [Heb yāqeh (יָקֶה)]. The father of Agur according to Prov 30:1. Beyond this reference nothing is known of Jakeh, and the LXX does not even recognize yāqeh as a proper name. As the verse is translated in the RSV, he was from a place known as Massa, but even this is questionable. See discussion
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jakeh j̄aʹke [Heb. yāqeh—‘discerning’]. The father of Agur, the author of the sayings recorded in Prov. 30. No other information is available about either Agur or Jakeh. The Hebrew text is rather uncertain at this point, and consequently has been interpreted in various ways. One attempt to give Jakeh
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
JA´KEH (jaʹke; “pious,” cf. Arab. waka, “preserve, be pious”). The father of Agur, whose sayings are given in Prov. 30. Beyond the mention in v. 1 we have no clue as to the existence of either person. There is great difference of opinion as to the person intended. The traditional view gives the word
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
JAKEH<ja’-ke> ([יָקֶה, yaqeh], perhaps from Arabic root meaning “carefully religious”; [יָקֵא, yaqe’], as if from [קִיא, qi’]): The father of Agur, the author of the sayings recorded in Prov 30:1. Nothing is known of either Jakeh or Agur. The immediate connection in the Hebrew text of ha-massa’,