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Mamnitanemus
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Mamnitanemus
Mamitanemus (Μαμνιταναιμος, Mamnitanaimos). Also rendered as Mamnitanemus. A descendant of Bani whom Ezra commanded to divorce his foreign wife (1 Esdras 9:34; compare Ezra 10:37).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Mamnitanemus
Mamnitanemus mam-nə-təēʹneməs [Gk. A Mamnitanaimos, B Mamtitanaimos] (1 Esd. 9:34, RSV mg); AV MAMNITANAIMUS; NEB MAMNITANAEMUS. An Israelite who consented to divorce his foreign wife. See Machnadebai.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
MAMNITANEMUS
MAMNITANEMUS<mam-ni-ta-ne’-mus> ([Μαμνιτάναιμος, Mamnitanaimos]; Codex Vaticanus [Μαμτιτάναιμος, Mamtitanaimos]; the King James Version, Mamnitanaimus): 1 Esdras 9:34, where it represents the two names Mattaniah and Mattenai in the parallel Ezr 10:37, which probably represent only one person.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Mamnitanemus
MAMNITANEMUS, mam-ni-ta-nēʹmus (Μαμνιτάναιμος, Mamnitánaimos, B, Μαμτιτάναιμος, Mamtitánaimos, AV Mamnitanaimus): 1 Esd 9:34, where it represents the two names Mattaniah and Mattenai in the ║ Ezr 10:37, which probably represent only one person. It must be a corruption of these names. The Aldine gives