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MAHARAI (PERSON) [Heb mahray (מַהְרַי)]. 1. One of David’s champions, a select class of warriors directly attached to the king for special assignments, named in the parallel lists of 2 Sam 23:8–39 (v 28) and 1 Chr 11:10–47 (v 30). Although of high repute, he is distinguished from the more elite warriors
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Maharai māʹhə-rī [Heb. maharay—‘servant of Yahweh’ (?)]. One of the thirty chief men in David’s army, who were renowned for their heroic deeds (2 S. 23:28; 1 Ch. 11:30). He came from Netophah in Judah, from the clan of the Zerahites, and was commander of the tenth division of the army (1 Ch. 27:13).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
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