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One of the sons of Addi who returned from exile with Ezra. He was required to send away his foreign wife and their children (1 Esdras 9:31; compare Ezra 10:30).
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LACCUNUS (PERSON) [Gk Lakkounos (Λακκουνος)]. One of the sons of Addi who returned with Ezra (1 Esdr 9:31). He was one of the Israelites who had foreign wives and had to put them away with their children in accordance with Ezra’s reform. The name does not appear in the parallel list in the book of Ezra
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LACCUNUS, lakʹū̇-nus (Λακκοῦνος, Lakkoúnos; AV Lacunus): One of the sons of Addi who returned with Ezra and had married a foreign wife (1 Esd 9:31). The name does not, as might have been expected, occur in Ezr 10:30. See note on the passage (in Lange’s Comm.) as to the reconciliation of the lists in
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