Jah (Jehovah) has helped
Several Biblical people are named Azariah. One of these was the tenth ruler over the Kingdom of Judah. Also referenced as Uzziah (meaning, "strength of Jah," Strong's #H5818), Azariah ruled from 792 to 740 B.C.
God struck Azariah with leprosy for his foolish and prideful attempt to usurp priestly authority and offer incense in Jerusalem's temple (2 Chronicles 26:16 - 20). For the rest of his reign (possibly ten years) his son Jotham not only co-ruled with him but also was responsible for administering justice.
Azariah's fifty-two years on the throne was the second longest reign of any ruler over Judah or Israel. As such, He is referenced by six Biblical prophets (Isaiah, Ezra, Nehemiah, Hosea, Amos and Zechariah).
1Kings 4, 2Kings 14 - 15, 1Chronicles 2, 3, 6, 9:11, 2Chronicles 15:1, 21:2, 22:6, 23:1, 26:17, 20, 28:12, 29:12, 31:10, 13, Ezra 7, Nehemiah 3, 7, 8:7, 10:2, 12:33, Jeremiah 43:2, Daniel 1, 2:17
Jah has strengthened, Jehovah is mighty
1Chronicles 15:21, 27:20, 2Chronicles 31:13
Strong one of death, strong unto death
Several men are named Azmaveth in Scripture. One of them was part of King David's select group of thirty-seven mighty men of valor.
2Samuel 23:31, 1Chronicles 8:36, 9:42, 11:33, 12:3, 27:25, Ezra 2:24, Nehemiah 12:29
Matthew 1:13 - 14
Help of God, my help is God
1Chronicles 5:24, 27:19, Jeremiah 36:26
He that assists, helpful
Jeremiah 28:1, Ezekiel 11:1, Nehemiah 10:17
Strong one, very strong