Light bringer, a teacher, lofty, mountain of strength
Exodus 4 - 12, 15 - 19, 24, 27 - 32, 34 - 35, 38 - 40, Leviticus 1 - 3, 6 - 11, 13 - 17, 21 - 22, 24, Numbers 1 - 4, 6 - 10, 12 - 20, 25 - 27, 33, Deuteronomy 9 - 10, 32, Joshua 21, 24, Judges 20, 1Samuel 12, 1Chronicles 6, 15, 23 - 24, etc.
Regions beyond, passages
Name of mountains located east of the Jordan River in the land of Moab.
Numbers 27:12, 33:47 - 48, Deuteronomy 32:49
Servant of Nebo
Strong's #H5664, #H5665
Daniel 1:6 - 20, 2:17, 49, 3:12 - 30
The second son of Adam and Eve who was murdered by his brother Cain.
Genesis 4, Matthew 23:35, Luke 11:51, Hebrews 11:4, 12:24
Meadow (house) of Beth-Maakah
Sheba, who sought to lead a rebellion against King David, fled to Abelbethmaachah. A wise woman convinced the city to behead Sheba in order to spare its destruction.
Syrian King Benhadad, responding to King Asa of Judah's request for help, conquers the city. Abelbethmaachah is also one of the places attacked by Assyria's King Tiglathpileser.
1Kings 15:20, 2Kings 15:29, 2Samuel 20:14 - 15
Meadow of Egypt, mourning of Egyptians
Abelmizraim is located east of the Jordan River. It is where Jacob's entire family, escourted by Egyptians, took his embalmed body to mourn his death. After their mourning, they buried his body in the same cave where Abraham, his grandfather, is located.
Meadow of acacias, mourning of thorns
Abelshittim, located in the plains of Moab, is the last place the children of Israel camped before crossing over the Jordan River.
Jehovah is (my) father, father of Jah
1Samuel 8:2, 1Chronicles 2:24, 6:28, 7:8
Father of abundance, my father is great
1Samuel 22:20 - 22, 1Samuel 23:6, 9, 30:7, 2Samuel 8:17, 15:24 - 36, 17:15, 19:11, 20:25, 1Kings 1:7, 19, 25, 42, 2:22 - 35, 4:4, 1Chronicles 15:11, 18:16, 24:6, 27:34, Mark 2:26
Green (meaning young), tender
First month of the Hebrew sacred year.
Exodus 13:4, 23:15, 34:18, Deuteronomy 16:1
Father of knowledge, my father knows
Genesis 25:4, 1Chronicles 1:33
Father of God, El (God) is (my) father
1Samuel 9:1, 14:51, 1Chronicles 11:32
My father is help, father of help, helpful
Joshua 17:2, Judges 6:34, 8:2, 2Samuel 23:27, 1Chronicles 7:18, 11:28, 27:12
My father is my joy, my father is joy
Wife of Nabal who ultimately became one of David's wives.
1Samuel 25, 27:3, 30:5, 2Samuel 2:2, 3:3, 17:25, 1Chronicles 2:16 - 17, 3:1
My father is might, father (possessor) of might
Both men and women are named Abihail in the Old Testament. Abihail was the name of Queen Esther's father.
Numbers 3:35, 1Chronicles 2:29, 5:14, 2Chronicles 11:18, Esther 2:15, 9:29
Worshipper of him (God), he is my father
Exodus 6:23, 24:1, 9, 28:1, Leviticus 10:1, Numbers 3:2, 4, 26:60 - 61, 1Chronicles 6:3, 24:1 - 2
Father (worshipper) of Jah, Jehovah is my father
1Kings 14:1, 1Chronicles 24:10, 2Chronicles 11 - 13, 14:1, 29:1, Nehemiah 10:7, 12:4, 17
My father is the sea, father of the sea
1Kings 14:31, 15:1, 7 - 8
Father of Mael, my father is El (God)
Genesis 10:28, 1Chronicles 1:22
Melek is father, father of the king
Genesis 20 - 21, 26, Judges 8:31, 9, 10:1, 2Samuel 11:21, 1Chronicles 18:16, Psalm 34:1
My father is noble, my father is willing, father of generosity
1Samuel 7:1, 16:8, 17:13, 31:2, 2Samuel 6:3 - 4, 1Kings 4:11, 1Chronicles 2:13, 8:33, 9:39, 10:2, 13:7
Father of pleasantness (graciousness), my father is delight
Judges 4:6, 12, 5:1, 12
Father of error (blundering), my father is a wanderer
1Kings 1:3, 15, 2:17, 21 - 22
My father is a gift, father of a gift
One of King David's thirty-seven mighty men of valor who zealously fought for him and his cause.
1Samuel 26:6 - 9, 2Samuel 2:18, 24, 3:30, 10:10, 14, 16:9, 11, 18:2, 5, 12, 19:21, 20:6, 10, 21:17, 23:18, 1Chronicles 2:16, 11:20, 18:12, 19:11, 15
My father is safety, father of plenty (prosperous)
1Chronicles 6:4 - 5, 50, 8:4, Ezra 7:5
Father of light, my father is a lamp
1Samuel 14:50 - 51, 17:55, 57, 20:25, 26:5 - 15, 2Samuel 2 - 4, 1Kings 2:5, 32, 1Chronicles 26:28, 27:21
Father of a multitude
Genesis 17 - 26, 28, 31, 32:9, 35:12, 27, 48:15 - 16, 49:30 - 31, 50:13, 24, etc.
Abram (another name for Abraham)
High father, exalted father
Genesis 11 - 17, 1Chronicles 1:27, Nehemiah 9:7
Father of peace
One of King David's sons who attempted to take his throne by force. His coup was halted when Joab, one of David's military commanders, had him killed.
2Samuel 3, 13 - 20, 1Kings 1:6, 2:7, 28, 1Chronicles 3:2, 2Chronicles 11:20 - 21, Psalm 3:1
Subtle, strengthen, fortress
Accad was a city built by Nimrod located in the land of Shinar (Mesopotamia).
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Field of blood
Judas, after his betrayal of Jesus, rejected the thirty pieces of silver paid to him for the act (Matthew 27:3 - 8). He then committed suicide in a nearby field. The Jewish religious leaders used the money he returned to purchase the field he died in and use it as a place to bury strangers.
Belonging to Achaia
Achaicus was a Christian who lived in Corinth. He, along with Stephanas and Fortunatus, likely brought Corinthian church questions to the Apostle Paul during his long stay in Ephesus.
1Corinthians 16:17, 24
To trouble, troublesome, troubler
Strong's #H5912, #H5917
Joshua 7:1, 18 - 20, 24, Joshua 22:20. 1Chronicles 2:7
Genesis 36:38 - 39, 2Kings 22:12, 14, 1Chronicles 1:49, Jeremiah 26:22, 36:12
The Lord will establish
Achor was the name of a valley, west of the Jordan River, where Israel stoned Achan for sinning against God. The area was later given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Joshua 7:24, 26, 15:7, Isaiah 65:10, Hosea 2:15
Ankle chain, anklet
Joshua 15:16 - 17, Judges 1:12 - 13, 1Chronicles 2:29
Fascination, I shall be bewitched
Achshaph was a city given to the tribe of Asher as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Joshua 11:1, 12:20, 19:25
Genesis 4, 36
Jehovah has adorned Himself, Jah has adorned
2Kings 22:1, 1Chronicles 6:41, 8:21, 9:12, 2Chronicles 23:1, Ezra 10, Nehemiah 11
Strong's #H121, #G76
Adam is the first human created by God.
Genesis 2 - 5, Deuteronomy 32:8, Joshua 3:16, 1Chronicles 1:1, Job 31:33, Luke 3:38, Romans 5:14, 1Corinthians 15:22, 45, 1Timothy 2:13 - 14, Jude 1:14
Adamah was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Earthy, man of Adar
Adami was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Glorious, fire, exceeding glorious, ample
Strong's #H143, #H144, #H146
Joshua 15:3, Ezra 6:15, Esther 3:7, 13, 8:12, 9
Strong, firm, powerful
Strong's #H114, #H135
Addan is spelled Addon in the KJV version of Nehemiah. Addan was the home of Babylonian Jews who, in the time of the prophets Ezra and Nehemiah, could not prove they were Israelites.
Ezra 2:59, Nehemiah 7:61
Double prey, double ornament
Adithaim was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Justice of Jehovah
Ezra 10:30, Nehemiah 12:15
Two men are named Adnah in Scripture. The first was a captain in King Saul's army who left him to join David's forces at Ziklag. The second was one of King Jehoshaphat's generals.
1Chronicles 12:20, 2Chronicles 17:14
Worshipper of Jah, my Lord is Jehovah
2Samuel 3:4, 1Kings 1 - 2, 1Chronicles 3:2, Nehemiah 10:16
My Lord is exalted, Lord of height, my Lord is most high
Adoniram was one of King Solomon's officers.
1Kings 4:6, 5:14
Lord of justice, my Lord is righteous
Joshua 10:1, 3
My Lord is exalted
2Samuel 20:24, 1Kings 12:18
I shall abide in death
Adramyttium was the name of a seaport on the Aegean Sea. Paul's fourth missionary journey begins in Caesarea when he boards a boat whose homeport is Adramyttium. The purpose of the trip is to take him, as a prisoner, to Rome so that Caesar can hear the case against him.
The flock of God
1Samuel 18:19, 2Samuel 21:8
Red spots, ruddy one
Joshua 15:7, 18:17
Acts 9:33 - 34
Place of springs
Agabus was a New Testament prophet. His first Biblical prophecy, given in 42 A.D., warned of a severe worldwide famine. His second prophecy, revealed about sixteen years later, foretold that the Apostle Paul would be arrested in Jerusalem and turned over to the Gentiles.
Acts 11:28, 21:10
Flame, I will overtop
Numbers 24:7, 1Samuel 15
I shall increase
Wild horse tamer, hero like
Herod Agrippa I (or simply Herod Agrippa), a grandson of Herod the Great, was the person who beheaded the Apostle James and had Peter arrested. God, soon after these acts, sent the angel of the Lord to kill him (Acts 12).
Herod Agrippa II, a great grandson of Herod the Great, is made tetrarch of Chalcis in 48 A.D. Although forced to give up Chalcis in 53, he is made king of Batanea, Trachonitis and other areas by Emperor Claudius.
Although Apostle Paul's request to have Caesar hear his case is approved, he is allowed to explain his actions before Agrippa II and his sister Bernice (Acts 25 - 26).
Acts 25 - 26
1Kings 16 - 22, 2Kings 1, 3, 8 - 10, 21:3, 13, 2Chronicles 18, 21 - 22, Jeremiah 29:21 - 22, Micah 6:16
I will be silent and poor
Ezra 4:6, Esther 1 - 3, 6 - 10, Daniel 9:1
I shall subsist
Ahava is the name of a river and city in Babylon mentioned only by the prophet Ezra. It is the place where the prophet gathered exiled Jews for the journey back to Jerusalem.
Ezra 8:15, 21, 31
He has grasped, possessor
Strong's #H271, #G881
Ahaz is spelled Achaz in the KJV New Testament. Ahaz was the twelth ruler over the Kingdom of Judah who reigned from 735 to 715 B.C.
2Kings 15:58, 16, 17:1, 18:1, 20:11, 23:12, 1Chronicles 3:13, 8:35 - 36, 9:41 - 42, 2Chronicles 27 - 28, 29:19, Isaiah 1:1, 7:1, 3, 10, 12, 38:8, Hosea 1:1, Micah 1:1, Matthew 1:9
Jehovah holds (possesses), Jah has seized
The Bible records two men named Ahaziah. The first, the son of King Ahab, ruled over the Kingdom of Israel from 853 to 852 B.C. The second, son of King Jehoram, ruled over the Kingdom of Judah in 841.
1Kings 22, 2Kings 1, 8, 9 - 14, 1Chronicles 3:11, 2Chronicles 20, 22
Brother (worshipper) of Jehovah (Jah)
Both Ahiah and Ahijah are derived from the same Hebrew word.
1Kings 11, 12:15, 14 - 15, 21:22, 2Kings 9:9, 1Chronicles 2:25, 11:36, 26:20, 2Chronicles 9:29, 10:15, Nehemiah 10:26
Brother of the mother
One of King David's thirty-seven mighty men of valor who zealously fought for him and his cause.
1Chronicles 11, 2Samuel 23
Child's brother, brother of one born
2Samuel 8:16, 20:24, 1Kings 4:3, 12, 1Chronicles 18:15
Brother of anger, my brother is anger
1Samuel 14:50, 2Samuel 15, 17 - 18, 1Kings 4:15, 1Chronicles 6
Brother of the king, brother of Melek
1Samuel 21 - 23, 26:6, 30:7, 2Samuel 8:7, 1Chronicles 24, Psalm 52:1
Brother of pleasantness, my brother is delight
1Samuel 14:50, 25:43, 27:3, 30:5, 2Samuel 2:2, 3:2, 1Chronicles 3:1
Brother of wrong, my brother is evil
Numbers 1:15, 2:29, 7:78, 83, 10:27
My brother is exalted, brother of height
Woman of the tent, my tent is in her
Tent of the high place, tent of height
Aholibamah is the name of one of Esau's wives. It is also the name of one of Esau's eleven sons, all of which are Biblically called chieftans or dukes.
Genesis 36, 1Chronicles 1:52