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Maaseiah (priest with trumpet)
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Maaseiah the Priest with Trumpet
Maaseiah, Priest with a Trumpet (מַעֲשֵׂיָה‎, ma'aseyah). A priest who performed in the procession dedicating the walls of Jerusalem (Neh 12:41).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Maaseiah (Person)
MAASEIAH (PERSON) [Heb maʿăśēyâ (מַעֲשֵׂיָה‎); maʿăśēyāhû (מַעֲשֵׂיָהוּ)]. Var. BAALSAMUS; MOOSSIAS. A rather common Hebrew name attested both in the Bible and in a number of seals. In the Bible the name appears in the books of Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Nehemiah, and Chronicles, suggesting that it was
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Maaseiah
Maaseiah. 1. One of the singers appointed by the Levites to accompany David when he brought the ark from Obed-edom’s house to Jerusalem (1 Chr 15:18, 20).2. Commander who agreed, along with others, to assist Jehoiada the priest in crowning Joash king (2 Chr 23:1).3. Officer who served King Uzziah by
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Maaseiah
16, 17. Two priests who took part in the music at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem (Neh. 12:41f); either may be the same as 6, 7, or 8.
Maaseiah
Maaseiah mā-ə-sēʹə, maQ-əsiīʹə [Heb. maʿaśēyâ, maʿaśēyāhû—‘Yahweh’s work’; Gk. usually Maasaia, also Masaia, Maasia, Maasēa, Masēa (for Gk. Apoc. see below)].
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Maaseiah
MAASEIAH1. One of the singers appointed by the Levites to accompany David when he brought the ark from Obed-edom’s house to Jerusalem (1 Chr 15:18–20).2. Commander who agreed to assist Jehoiada the priest in crowning Joash king (2 Chr 23:1).3. Officer who served King Uzziah by assisting in the organization
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Maaseiah
Maaseiah (may´uh-see´yah; Heb., “the work of the Lord”).1 One of David’s levitical musicians (1 Chron. 15:18, 20).2 A commander who joined Jehoiada’s temple conspiracy to make Joash king (2 Chron. 23:1).3 An officer under King Uzziah (2 Chron. 26:11).4 King Ahaz’s son who was killed in the war with
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Maaseiah
MAASEIAH. A name common in Israel and attested on ancient Heb. seals.1. According to several Heb. MSS and the LXX, an ancestor of Asaph (1 Chr 6:40), spelled Baaseiah (q.v.) in all English versions following the MT.2. One of the Levitical musicians who accompanied David when he brought back the ark
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Maaseiah
Maaseiah (Heb. maʿăkēyâ, maʿăkēyāhû) (also ASAIAH)1. A Levite of the second order who was installed as a musician when the ark was brought to Jerusalem (1 Chr. 15:18).2. A lute player, probably the same as 1 above (1 Chr. 15:20).3. The son of Adaiah; a captain of a hundred who supported the
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Maaseiah
Maaseiah [māˊə sēˊyə] (Heb. ma˓aśēyâ, ma˓aśēyāhû “work of Yahweh”).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Maaseiah
MAASEIAH A common name in the Old Testament. Among the more notable bearers of the name are the following.1. A Levitical musician in the time of David (1 Chr 15:18, 20).2. A commander who took part in the coup that deposed Athaliah and enthroned Josiah (2 Chr 23:1).3. The governor of Jerusalem during
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Ma-aseiah
Ma-ase´iah (work of the Lord), the name of four persons who had married foreign wives in the time of Ezra. 1. A descendant of Jeshua the priest. Ezra 10:18.2. A priest, of the sons of Harim. Ezra 10:21.3. A priest, of the sons of Pashur. Ezra 10:22.4. One of the laymen, a descendant of Pahath-moab.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Maaseiah
MAASE´IAH (ma-a-seʹya; “work of Jehovah”).1. One of the Levites of the second class of appointed musicians “with harps tuned to alamoth,” at the bringing of the Ark from the house of Obed-edom (1 Chron. 15:18, 20), about 982 b.c.2. One of the “captains of hundreds” who assisted the high priest Jehoiada
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