Jashub, Descendant of Bani (יָשׁוּב, yashuv). A member of the family of Bani in the postexilic Jewish community. Jashub was listed among those who agreed to Ezra’s demand to divorce his foreign wife (Ezra 10:29; 1 Esdras 9:30).
IOB (PERSON) [Heb yôb (יֹוב)]. The third son of Issachar (Gen 46:13). In the list of the people who went down to Egypt (Gen 46:8–27), Jacob’s sons and grandsons are listed by families, according to their mothers. Iob was the grandson of Jacob and Leah by their fifth son, Issachar. In the genealogical
JASHUB (PERSON) [Heb yāšûb (יָשׁוּב)]. The name of 2 individuals in the Hebrew Bible. Noth categorized “Jasub” as a “wish name” which means “may be (Yaweh) turn (to us again)” (IPN, 199).1. One of the 4 sons of Issachar (Num 26:24; 1 Chr 7:1 [K yšyb, Q yāšûb]). Noth also stated that the section
Jashub. 1. Issachar’s third son (1 Chr 7:1, alternately called Iob in Gn 46:13, kjv Job), and founder of the Jashubite family (Nm 26:34).2. Bani’s son, who obeyed Ezra’s exhortation to divorce his pagan wife after the exile (Ezr 10:29).
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Iobyōb [Heb. yôḇ]; AV JOB. Third son of Issachar (Gen. 46:13). In parallel passages (Nu. 26:24; 1 Ch. 7:1) the name is Jashub (Heb. yāšûḇ), which the versions in Genesis also support as the correct form.
JASHUB1. Issachar’s third son (1 Chr 7:1; alternately called Iob in Gn 46:13), and founder of the Jashubite family (Nm 26:24).2. Bani’s descendant, who obeyed Ezra’s exhortation to divorce his pagan wife after the exile (Ezr 10:29).
JASHUB1. One of the four sons of Issachar and the founder of a tribal family called Jashubites (Num 26:24; 1 Chr 7:1). He is called Job in (Gen 46:13).2. A son of Bani, who, after his return from Exile, was persuaded by Ezra to divorce his foreign wife (Ezr 10:29).3. In (Isa 7:3) it is part of the
Iob (Heb. yôḇ)A son of Issachar (Gen. 46:13). The name should probably read “Jashub” (1), as in the parallel accounts (Num. 26:24; 1 Chr. 7:1); LXX Gk. Iasoub suggests that the letter shin was omitted from the Hebrew through scribal error.
Jashub (Heb. yāšûḇ) (also IOB)1. The third son of Issachar (Num. 26:24; 1 Chr. 7:1Kyāšɩ̂ḇ); eponymous ancestor of the Jashubites. The name appears as Iob (yōḇ) at Gen. 46:13.2. A returned exile who divorced his foreign wife (Ezra 10:29).
Ja´shub (he turns).1. The third son of Issachar, and founder of the family of the Jashubites. Num. 26:24; 1 Chron. 7:1. (b.c. 1706.)2. One of the sons of Bani, who had to put away his foreign wife. Ezra 10:29. (b.c. 459.)
JA´SHUB (jaʹshub; “he returns”).1. The third son of Issachar and founder of the family of the Jashubites (Num. 26:24; 1 Chron. 7:1). He is called Iob (Gen. 46:13; “Job,” KJV), perhaps by contraction, corruption, or substitution, before 1871 b.c.2. One of the sons of Bani, a layman in the time of Ezra
JASHUB [JAY shuhb] (he turns back) — the name of two men in the Old Testament:1. A son of Issachar and founder of a tribal family, the Jashubites (Num. 26:24). Jashub is also called Job (Gen. 46:13).2. A son of Bani who divorced his pagan wife after the Captivity (Ezra 10:29).