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Ziza (son of Rehoboam)
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ZIZA (PERSON) [Heb zı̂zāʾ (זִיזָא)]. 1. The son of King Rehoboam of Judah (ca. 922–915 b.c.e.) and Maacah (KJV Maachah), the daughter of (NEB “granddaughter”) of Absalom, and the brother of Abijah, Attai, and Shelomith (2 Chr 11:20). His name occurs in a subsection (2 Chr 11:18–23) of the Chronicler’s
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Ziza zīʹzə [Heb. zîzāʾ, prob a name of endearment, using reduplication of a shortened form of the name (see IP, pp. 40f)].
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