Achaia to Adithaim
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Achaicus
Belonging to Achaia
Strong's #G883
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.

References
1Corinthians 16:17, 24

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Achan (Achar)
To trouble, troublesome, troubler
Strong's #H5912, #H5917

References
Joshua 7:1, 18 - 20, 24, Joshua 22:20. 1Chronicles 2:7

Achbor
Mouse
Strong's #H5907

References
Genesis 36:38 - 39, 2Kings 22:12, 14, 1Chronicles 1:49, Jeremiah 26:22, 36:12

Achim
The Lord will establish
Strong's #G885

References
Matthew 1:14

Achish
I will blacken (terrify), only a man
Strong's #H397

References
1Samuel 21, 27 - 29, 1Kings 2:39 - 40

Achmetha
Ecbatana
Strong's #H307

References
Ezra 6:2

Achor
Troubled, disturbance
Strong's #H5911
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.

References
Joshua 7:24, 26, 15:7, Isaiah 65:10, Hosea 2:15

Achsah
Ankle chain, anklet
Strong's #H5915

References
Joshua 15:16 - 17, Judges 1:12 - 13, 1Chronicles 2:29

Achshaph
Fascination, I shall be bewitched
Strong's #H407
Achshaph was a city given to the tribe of Asher as an inheritance in the Promised Land.

References
Joshua 11:1, 12:20, 19:25

Achzib
Deceit, deceitful
Strong's #H392
Achzib was the name of a city both in Judah's and Asher's inheritance in the Promised Land.

References
Joshua 15:44, 19:29, Judges 1:31, Micah 1:14

Adadah
Festival, boundary
Strong's #H5735
Adadah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.

References
Joshua 15:22

Adah
Ornament
Strong's #5711

References
Genesis 4, 36

Adaiah
Jehovah has adorned Himself, Jah has adorned
Strong's #5718

References
2Kings 22:1, 1Chronicles 6:41, 8:21, 9:12, 2Chronicles 23:1, Ezra 10, Nehemiah 11

Adam
Red
Strong's #H121, #G76

References
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

Additional Study:

Adamah
The earth
Strong's #H128
Adamah was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.

References
Joshua 19:36

Adami
Earthy, man of Adar
Strong's #H129
Adami was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.

References
Joshua 19:33

Adar
Glorious, fire, exceeding glorious, ample
Strong's #H143, #H144, #H146

References
Joshua 15:3, Ezra 6:15, Esther 3:7, 13, 8:12, 9

Adbeel
Chastened (disciplined) by God
Strong's #H110

References
Genesis 25:13, 1Chronixcles 1:29

Addan (Addon in book of Nehemiah)
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.

References
Ezra 2:59, Nehemiah 7:61

Additional Study:

Addi
Ornament
Strong's #G78

References
Luke 3:28

Adiel
Ornament of God
Strong's #H5717

References
1Chronicles 4:36, 9:12, 27:25

Adin
Dainty, delicate
Strong's #H5720

References
Ezra 2:15, 8:6, Nehemiah 7:20, 10:16

Adina
Effeminacy, slender
Strong's #H5721

References
1Chronicles 11:42

Adithaim
Double prey, double ornament
Strong's #H5723
Adithaim was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.

References
Joshua 15:36

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