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Jehozabad (administrator)
Excerpt from the Lexham Bible Dictionary, the most advanced Bible dictionary.
A Levite in the postexilic Jewish community who was was listed among those who agreed to Ezra’s demand to divorce his foreign wife (Ezra 10:23). His name is a shortened form of “Jehozabad” (יְהוֹזָבָד‎, yehozavad). He may be the same person as the Levite named Jozabad who is identified as a son of Jeshua in Ezra 8:33. A Levite named Jozabad is listed among those who aided the people in understanding the law of God when Ezra read it to the community (Neh 8:7). In Neh 11:16, he is mentioned as a leader of the Levites.
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Jozabad the Levite
Jozabad the Levite (יוֹזָבָד‎, yozavad). A Levite in the postexilic Jewish community who was was listed among those who agreed to Ezra’s demand to divorce his foreign wife (Ezra 10:23). His name is a shortened form of “Jehozabad” (יְהוֹזָבָד‎, yehozavad). He may be the same person as the Levite named Jozabad
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Jehozabad (Person)
JEHOZABAD (PERSON) [Heb yĕhôzābād (יְהֹוזָבָד)]. Three individuals in the OT bear this name. On the form of the name which means “Yahweh has given,” compare the biblical Elzabad and the Aramean Nabû-zabad.1. Jehozabad the son of Shomer was a servant of Joash who participated in the assassination
Jozabad (Person)
JOZABAD (PERSON) [Heb yôzābād (יֹוזָבָד)]. Jozabad occurs only in postexilic biblical writings. While it was quite possibly a common Judean name in the Persian period, the Chronicler seems to have retrojected anachronistically the name of a levitical treasurer from the time of Ezra and Nehemiah (#6)
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Jehozabad
Jehozabad. 1. Shomer’s son, who was a servant of King Josiah and later, with another assailant, murdered the king at Millo (2 Kgs 12:21). In a parallel passage, Jehozabad is called the son of Shimrith the Moabitess (2 Chr 24:26). King Amaziah eventually executed Jehozabad for his murder of Josiah (2
Josabad
Josabad. kjv spelling of Jozabad, a Benjamite warrior, in 1 Chronicles 12:4.See Jozabad #1.
Jozabad
Jozabad. 1. Benjamite from Gederah and one of the military men who came to David’s support at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:4, kjv Josabad).2. Leader and mighty warrior from Manasseh’s tribe who joined David at Ziklag to fight against Saul (1 Chr 12:20).3. Another leader and man of valor from Manasseh’s tribe who
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Jehozabad
1. A servant of King Jehoash of Judah. According to 2 K. 12:21 (MT 22), he was a son of Shomer, but 2 Ch. 24:26 makes him “son of Shimrith the Moabitess.”
Jozabad
1. A Gederathite, and one of David’s recruits at Ziklag (1 Ch. 12:4 [MT 5]). He is named with the Benjaminites, but possibly he was a native of the town Gedara in southern Judah.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Jehozabad
JEHOZABAD1. Shomer’s son, who was a servant of King Joash and later, with another assailant, murdered the king at Millo (2 Kgs 12:21). In a parallel passage, Jehozabad is called the son of Shimrith the Moabitess (2 Chr 24:26). King Amaziah, Joash’s son, eventually executed Jehozabad for the murder (25:3).
Josabad
JOSABAD* kjv spelling of Jozabad, a Benjamite warrior, in 1 Chronicles 12:4. See Jozabad #1.
Jozabad
JOZABAD1. Benjamite from Gederah and one of the military men who came to David’s support at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:4).2, 3. Leaders and mighty warriors from Manasseh’s tribe who joined David at Ziklag to fight against Saul (1 Chr 12:20).4. One of the Levites who assisted with the administration of the temple
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Jehozabad
Jehozabad (ji-hoh´zuh-bad; Heb., “the Lord is a gift” or “the Lord has given”).1 A retainer of King Joash of Judah who, with another retainer, Jozacar, assassinated the king (2 Kings 12:21); he was executed by Joash’s son Amaziah shortly after Amaziah took the throne (ca. 800 bce; 14:5). According to
Jozabad
Jozabad (joh´zuh-bad; a shortened form of Jehozabad; Heb., “the Lord is a gift” or “the Lord has given”).1 A Gederathite who joined David’s warriors at Ziklag (1 Chron. 12:4).2 A Manassite who defected from Saul to join David (1 Chron. 12:20).3 A Levite who helped oversee the collection of the temple
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Jehozabad
JEHOZABAD1. The son of Shomer (or Shimrith), a Moabitess. He was one of the two servants of Joash of Judah who assassinated the king at the house of Millo, (2 Kgs 12:20–21; 2 Chr 24:26).2. A Levite, the second son of Obed-edom. He was appointed a doorkeeper of the temple by David (1 Chr 26:4).3. A
Jozabad
JOZABAD1. A volunteer from Gederah in David’s army at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:4, KJV, Josabad).2. 3. Two Manassite captains in David’s army at Ziklag (1 Chr 12:20).4. A Levite overseer under king Hezekiah (2 Chr 31:13).5. A chief Levite under King Josiah (2 Chr 35:9).6. A priest who divorced his non-Jewish
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Jehozabad
Jehozabad (Heb. yĕhôzāḇāḏ)1. A servant of Joash of Judah who participated in the king’s assassination. According to 2 Kgs. 12:21 (MT 22) he was the son of Shomer, but 2 Chr. 24:26 calls him the son of Shimrith (a variant of Shomer), a Moabite woman. He in turn was assassinated by Joash’s son and
Jozabad
Jozabad (Heb. yôzāḇāḏ)1. A Benjaminite from Gederah who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:4 [MT 5]).2–3. Two men of Manasseh, chiefs of thousands, who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:20 [21]).4. One of the overseers of the temple offerings appointed by Hezekiah during his temple reform (2 Chr.
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Jehozabad
Jehozabad [jə hōˊzə băd] (Heb. yehôzāḇāḏ, “Yahweh has given”).†
Jozabad
Jozabad [jōˊzə băd] (Heb. yôzāḇāḏ “Yahweh has bestowed”; shortened form of yehôzāḇāḏ).†
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Jehozabad
Jehoz´abad (whom Jehovah gave).1. A Korhite Levite, second son of Obededom, and one of the porters of the south gate of the temple and of the storehouse there in the time of David. 1 Chron. 26:4, 15, compared with Neh. 12:25. (b.c. 1014.)2. A Benjamite, captain of 180,000 armed men, in the days of
Josabad
Jos´abad (whom Jehovah bestows), properly Jozabad the Gederathite, one of the warriors of Benjamin who joined David at Ziklag. 1 Chron. 12:4. (b.c. 1055.)
Jozabad
Joz´abad (Jehovah justifies).1. A captain of the thousands of Manasseh, who deserted to David before the battle of Gilboa. 1 Chron. 12:20. (b.c. 1053.)2. A hero of Manasseh, like the preceding. 1 Chron. 12:20.3. A Levite in the reign of Hezekiah. 2 Chron. 31:13. (b.c. 726.)4. A chief Levite in the
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Jehozabad
JEHOZ´ABAD (je-hozʹa-bad; “Jehovah endowed”).1. The son of Shomer (or Shimrith), a Moabitess, and one of the two servants who assassinated King Jehoash of Judah in that part of Jerusalem called Millo (2 Kings 12:21; 2 Chron. 24:26), about 797 b.c.2. A Korahite Levite, second son of Obed-edom, and one
Jozabad
JOZ´ABAD (jozʹa-bad; contraction of Jehozabad, “Jehovah endowed”).1. An inhabitant of Gederah, and one of the famous Benjamite archers who came to David at Ziklag (1 Chron. 12:4; “Josabad,” KJV), before 1000 b.c.2, 3. Two of the “captains” of Manasseh having this name who joined David when retreating
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Jehozabad
JehozabadJehovah-given. (1.) The son of Obed-edom (1 Chr. 26:4), one of the Levite porters.(2.) The son of Shomer, one of the two conspirators who put king Jehoash to death in Millo in Jerusalem (2 Kings 12:21).(3.) 2 Chr. 17:18.
Jozabad
Jozabadwhom Jehovah bestows. (1.) One of the Benjamite archers who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:4).(2.) A chief of the tribe of Manasseh (1 Chr. 12:20).
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