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One of the Levites who interpreted the law for the returned Jewish exiles and signed in witness of their covenant with Yahweh (Neh 8:7; 10:10).
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PELAIAH (PERSON) [Heb pĕlā (ʿ)yâ (פְּלָעְיָה)]. The name Pelaiah occurs three times in the Hebrew Bible, all three times referring to persons in the postexilic Judean community. The name may mean “Yahweh is wonderful” or “Yahweh has done a wonder.”1. Pelaiah is listed as the third son of Elioenai
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Pelaiah (pi-lay´yuh; Heb., “the Lord has performed a wonder”).1 The son of Elioenai, descendant of David and in the royal lineage of the kings of Judah through Zerubbabel (1 Chron. 3:24).2 A man (probably a Levite) who explained the law read by Ezra to the people (Neh. 8:7).3 A Levite who signed Ezra’s
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PELAI´AH (pel-īʹyah).1. A son of Elioenai and descendant of King Jehoiachin through Zerubbabel, Hananiah, and Shecaniah. He lived after the Exile (1 Chron. 3:24).2. A Levite who assisted Ezra in interpreting the law to the throngs gathered to hear it read (Neh. 8:7). He also is likely the Levite who