OZIAS<o-zi’-as>:1. ([Ὀζείας, Ozeias], [Ὀζίας, Ozias], Codex Vaticanus a b): The son of Micah, a Simeonite, one of the 3 rulers of Bethulia in the days of Judith (Judith 6:15, 16; 7:23; 8:9 ff; 10:6).2. ([Ὀζείας, Ozeias], Codex Vaticanus and Swete; the King James Version has Ezias
Ozias [Oh-zi-uhs](Hebrew origin: Strength of God)(Matthew 1:8). 8th century b.c. Ozias is an alternative spelling for Uzziah, king of Judah, in Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus.Note: Matthew mentions Joram as the father of Ozias, but elsewhere in the Bible it is stated that Uzziah’s father was Amaziah.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 4, M–P
OZIAS,ō̇-zīʹas:(1) (Ὀζείας,Ozeías, Ὀζίας,Ozías, B a b): The son of Micah, a Simeonite, one of the 3 rulers of Bethulia in the days of Judith (Jth 6:15, 16; 7:23; 8:9 ff; 10:6).(2) (Ὀζείας,Ozeías, B and Swete; AV Ezias [1 Esd 8:2], following A, Ἐζίας,Ezías): An ancestor of Ezra (1 Esd