Eleazar (pronounced ; ) or Elazar was a priest in the Hebrew Bible (or Old Testament), the second Kohen Gadol (High Priest), succeeding his father Aaron after he died. He was a nephew of Moses.
Azariah (עֲזַרְיָה ‘Ǎzaryāh, "Yah has helped") is the name of several people in the Hebrew Bible and Jewish history, including: Abednego, the new name given to Azariah who is the companion of Daniel, Hananiah, and Mishael in the Book of Daniel. Azariah (guardian angel), the subject of the "Book of Azariah" by Maria Valtorta; the name given Raphael as companion of Tobias in the book of Tobit. Azariah (prophet), a prophet. Azariah (high priest) high priest of Israel. Azariah II, another high priest, in the reign of Uzziah. Eleazar ben Azariah, the Mishnaic sage. Uzziah, King of Judah, also known as Azariah. Azariah Flagg (1790–1873), New York politician.
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The Jewish Encyclopedia on Gamaliel I. Perspectives on Transformational Leadership in the Sanhedrin of Ancient Judaism.
Jehoahaz or Joachaz (Ιωαχαζ Iōakhaz; Joachaz) was the name of several people mentioned in the Hebrew Bible.
Ahaziah (אֲחַזְיָהוּ, "held by Yah(-weh)"; Douay-Rheims: Ochozias) was the name of two kings mentioned in the Hebrew Bible:
According to the Torah, Uzziel (עֻזִּיאֵל, ʿUzzîʾēl; meaning El is my strength or God is my strength ) was the father of Mishael, Elzaphan, and Zithri, and was a son of Kohath and grandson of Levi, consequently being the brother of Amram and uncle of Aaron, Miriam, and Moses. Uzziel is portrayed in the text as the founder of the Uzzielite faction of Levites; however, despite Uzziel supposedly being Kohath's son, and Elzaphan's father, on some occasions the Book of Chronicles treats the Uzzielites as being quite distinct from the descendants of Kohath, and from those of Elzaphan.
Azaziah (az-a-zi'-a), meaning "whom Jehovah strengthened", may refer to:
Uzziah ( ‘Uzzîyāhū, meaning Yah is my strength; Ὀζίας; Ozias), also known as Azariah ( Αζαρις; Azarias), was a king of the ancient Kingdom of Judah, and one of Amaziah's sons. Uzziah was 16 when he became king of Judah and reigned for 52 years. The first 24 years of his reign were as co-regent with his father, Amaziah.
Jewish translations:. Tzefaniah - Zephaniah (Judaica Press) translation with Rashi's commentary at Chabad.org. Christian translations:. Zephaniah at The Great Books (New Revised Standard Version). Zephaniah at Wikisource (Authorised King James Version). Article in the Catholic Encyclopedia.
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Eliakim (, Ελιακιμ, Eliacim), son of Hilkiah, succeeded Shebna to become finance minister for King Hezekiah of Judah.
Jehoiakim (pronounced ; Yəhōyāqîm "he whom Yahweh has set up", also sometimes spelled Jehoikim (Ιωακιμ; Joakim)) was a king of Judah from 608 to 598 BC. He was the second son of king Josiah and Zebidah, the daughter of Pedaiah of Rumah. His birth name was Eliakim ( ’Elyāqîm Ελιακιμ; Eliakim).
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Josephus mentions Jehoiada as "high priest in his Jewish Antiquites Book 9, Chapter 7," "How Athaliah reigned over Jerusalem for five [six] years, when Jehoiada the high priest slew her." However, Josephus does not mention a Jehoiada in his list of High Priests (Antiquities of the Jews 10:151-153). According to the medieval chronicle Seder Olam Zutta (804 CE), Jehoiada was a High priest. 3. Bench, Clayton H. The Coup of Jehoiada and the Fall of Athaliah: The Discourses and Textual Production of 2 Kings 11. Piscataway: Gorgias Press, 2016.
It comes from the Hebrew word zakhar, meaning to remember, and yah, one of the names of the Jewish God. Though Zechariah is the original transliteration of the name and used in the English translation of the Book of Zechariah, Zachariah, spelled with the letter A instead of the letter E, is more popular, with a common diminutive being Zach (also Zac, Zack, and Zak). Due to its religious significance, variants of the name exist in numerous languages. Albanian: Zekë, Zaho, Zahari(a), Zaqir(i), Zeqir(i). Arabic: زَكَرِيَّا (Zakariya). Armenian: Զաքարիյա (Zakʿariya). Belarusian: Захар (Zachar). Bengali: যাকারিয়া (Zakariya, Jakariya). Bulgarian: Захария (Zahari). Bosnian: Zekerijah.
King HazaelHazael of Damascus
Hazael (Aramaic: חזאל, from the triliteral Semitic root h-z-y, "to see"; his full name meaning, "El/God has seen"; ) was an Aramean king who is mentioned in the Bible. Under his reign, Aram-Damascus became an empire that ruled over large parts of Syria and the Land of Israel. While he was likely born in the greater Damascus region of today, his exact place of birth is still controversial, with both Bashan and the Beqaa Valley being favoured by different historians.
Jahaziel the Levite
"Then in the midst of the congregation the spirit of the Lord came upon Jahaziel son of Zechariah son of Benaiah son of Joel son of Mattaniah the Levite, of the sons of Asaph, and he said, 'Give heed, all Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem and King Jehoshaphat; thus said the Lord to you, "Do not fear or be dismayed by this great multitude, for the battle is God's, not yours. . ."'" (2 Chronicles 20:14-15, New Jewish Publication Society Bible). The next morning, Jehoshaphat led his people out, calling them to have faith in the Lord, and leading them in praise. They saw their enemies turn on each other, and returned to Jerusalem in joy.
Amariah means "promised by God" in Hebrew. It was commonly used as a name of priests in the History of ancient Israel and Judah. It appear several times in the Hebrew Bible:
One explanation suggests Shealtiel died childless and therefore Pedaiah, his brother, married his widow according to a Jewish law regarding inheritance . If so, Zerubbabel would be the legal son of Shealtiel but the biological son of Pedaiah. The other speculation suggests the title "son of Shealtiel" does not refer to being a biological son but to being a member in Shealtiel's "household" (בית, bet). The Hebrew term "father" (אב, av) can refer to a father of a household, similar to the Latin term paterfamilias.
The origin and meaning of common Jewish names at Aish.com. Yechiel/Jehiel at Christian Answers.
In Jewish rabbinic literature, especially the aggadah, Jeremiah and Moses are often mentioned together; their life and works being presented in parallel lines.
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The combined book Ezra–Nehemiah of the earliest Christian and Jewish period was known as Ezra and was probably attributed to Ezra himself; according to a rabbinic tradition, however, Nehemiah was the real author but was forbidden to claim authorship because of his bad habit of disparaging others. The Nehemiah Memorial, chapters 1–7 and 11–13, may have circulated as an independent work before being combined with the Ezra material to form Ezra–Nehemiah.
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Decades after Baley's death, the word was considered too sacred to be uttered by anyone on Baleyworld. * Jewish Encyclopedia: "Jehoshaphat"