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(treasured of God), a perfectly distinct name from the last.
+ A man described as father of Gibeon; a fore-father of King Saul. (1 Chronicles 9:35)
+ One of the sons of Hotham the Aroerite; a member of David's guard. (1 Chronicles 11:44) (B.C. 1046.)
+ One of the Levites appointed by David to assist in the service of the house of God. (1 Chronicles 15:18,20; 16:5)
+ One of the sons of Jehoshaphat king of Judah, put to death by his brother Jehoram. (2 Chronicles 21:2,4) (B.C. 887.)
+ One of the rulers of the house of God at the time of the reforms of Josiah. (2 Chronicles 35:8) (B.C. 623.)
+ A Gershonite Levite, (1 Chronicles 23:8) who had charge of the treasures. ch. (1 Chronicles 28:8)
+ A son of Hachmoni named in the list of David's officers, (1 Chronicles 27:32) as "with the king's sons," whatever that may mean.
+ A Levite who took part in the restorations of King Hezekiah. (2 Chronicles 29:14) (B.C. 726.)
+ Another Levite at the same period. (2 Chronicles 31:13)
+ Father of Obadiah, of the Bene-Joab. (Ezra 8:9) (B.C. before 459.)
+ One of the Bene-Elam, father of Shechaniah. (Ezra 10:2)
+ A member of the same family, who himself had to part with his wife. (Ezra 10:26)
+ A priest, one of the Bene-Harim, who also had to put away his foreign wife. (Ezra 10:21) (B.C. 459.)