Zabad (son of Nathan)
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The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
ZABAD (PERSON) [Heb zābād (זָבָד)]. The name “Zabad” can be understood to mean “(Yahweh or God) has made a gift.” In the OT, the verb is used only in Gen 30:20 (Zakovitch 1980: 31–50).1. A descendant of Judah, who shared Israelite and Egyptian ancestry (1 Chr 2:36–37). He was the son of Nathan, grandson
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Zabad. 1. Son of Nathan and a descendant of Athlai the daughter of Sheshan (1 Chr 2:36, 37).2. Tahath’s son and the father of Shuthelah from Ephraim’s tribe (1 Chr 7:21).3. One of David’s mighty men, listed as a son of Athlai (1 Chr 11:41); he is perhaps the same as #1 above.4. One of the conspirators
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Zabad (zay´bad; a shortened name, Heb., “[God] has given” or “gift”; cf. the full names Zebadiah, Zabdiel).1 A descendant of Sheshan in the line of Judah (1 Chron. 2:36–37; cf. v. 31).2 The son of Tahath, an Ephraimite of the Shuthelah lineage (1 Chron. 7:21).3 A son of Ahlai, one of David’s warriors
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
ZABAD. 1. An Ephraimite (1 Ch. 7:21). 2. A man of Judah, of the lineage of Hezron (1 Ch. 2:36f.). 3. One of David’s mighty men (1 Ch. 11:41), probably to be equated with 2; note the name Ahlai in the parentage of both. 4. A conspirator against Joash (2 Ch. 24:26). The correct form of the name is *Jozachar.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Za´bad (gift).1. Son of Nathan, son of Attai, son of Ahlai Sheshan’s daughter, 1 Chron. 2:31–37, and hence called son of Ahlai. 1 Chron. 11:41. (b.c. 1046.) He was one of David’s mighty men, but none of his deeds have been recorded. The chief interest connected with him is in his genealogy, which is