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Mikloth (father of Shimeah)
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A descendant of Jeiel and father of Shimeah. Found in the genealogy of Saul (1 Chr 8:32; 1 Chr 9:37–38).
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MIKLOTH (PERSON) [Heb miqlôt (מִקְלֹות)]. The etymology of this name, which is not attested outside of the Bible, is problematic. The ending -oth (ôt) is very rare in personal names (e.g., Naboth), and Noth’s claim (IPN, 39) that it is used in hypocoristic names has little basis. The remaining element
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MIK´LOTH (mikʹlōth; “rods”).1. One of the sons of Jeiel, “the father” (or head) of Gibeon, and father of Shimeah (or Shimeam). He was one of the Benjamite residents of Jerusalem (1 Chron. 8:29, 32; 9:35, 37–38), about 536 b.c.2. The chief officer of the second division of the army under Dodo, in the