Malluch (ancestor of Ethan)
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MALLUCH (PERSON) [Heb mallûk (מַלּוּך)]. 1. An ancestor of Ethan, who was a Levite and a singer in Solomon’s Temple (1 Chr 6:44). Appearing in a schematic list that has the three sons of Levi as its focus, Malluch is described as a member of the Merari line (Möhlenbrink 1934: 202–3; Myers Ezra-Nehemiah
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Malluch. 1. Merarite Levite and ancestor of Ethan the singer in Solomon’s temple (1 Chr 6:44).2. Bani’s son, whom Ezra required to divorce his foreign wife (Ezr 10:29).3. Harim’s son, whom Ezra required to divorce his foreign wife (Ezr 10:32).4. Priest who set his seal on Ezra’s covenant (Neh 10:4).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
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The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
MALLUCH1. A Levite of the family of Merari, and an ancestor of Ethan, a musician in David’s day (1 Chr 6:44).2. One of the family of Bani who put away his Gentile wife after the return from Babylon (Ezr 10:29).3. One of the sons of Harim who divorced his foreign wife (Ezr 10:32).4. A priest who sealed
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