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HEBREW: 283 wyxa 'Achyow
NAVE: Ahio
EBD: Ahio
SMITH: AHIO
ISBE: AHIO
Ahimaaz | Ahiman | Ahimoth | Ahinadab | Ahinoam | Ahio | Ahira | Ahiram | Ahisamach | Ahishahar | Ahishahur

Ahio

In Bible versions:

Ahio: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
son of the Levite Abinadab in David's time
son of Beriah of Benjamin
son of Jeiel of Benjamin

his brother; his brethren

Hebrew

Strongs #0283: wyxa 'Achyow

Ahio = "brotherly" or "fraternal"

1) son of Abinadab who sheltered the ark
2) a Benjamite
3) another Benjamite of Saul's ancestry

283 'Achyow akh-yo'

prolonged from 251; brotherly; Achio, the name of three
Israelites:-Ahio.
see HEBREW for 0251

Ahio [EBD]

brotherly. (1.) One of the sons of Beriah (1 Chr. 8:14).

(2.) One of the sons of Jehiel the Gibeonite (1 Chr. 8:31; 9:37).

(3.) One of the sons of Abinadab the Levite. While Uzzah went by the side of the ark, he walked before it guiding the oxen which drew the cart on which it was carried, after having brought it from his father's house in Gibeah (1 Chr. 13:7; 2 Sam. 6:3, 4).

Ahio [NAVE]

AHIO
1. A Levite, who drove the cart bearing the ark, 2 Sam. 6:3, 4; 1 Chr. 13:7.
2. A Benjamite, 1 Chr. 8:14.
3. Son of Jehiel, 1 Chr. 8:31; 9:37.

AHIO [SMITH]

(brotherly).
  1. Son of Abinadab, who accompanied the ark when it was brought out of his father?s house. (2 Samuel 6:3,4; 1 Chronicles 13:7) (B.C.1043.)
  2. A Benjamite, one of the sons of Beriah. (1 Chronicles 8:14)
  3. A Benjamite, Son of Jehiel. (1 Chronicles 8:31; 9:37)

AHIO [ISBE]

AHIO - a-hi'-o ('achyo, variously explained as "his brother," "brotherly," "brother of Yahweh," "my brother is Yah"): Proper names containing a similar form of the name of Yahweh are found on the ostraca recently exhumed at Samaria. The word is always treated as a common noun in the ordinary Greek copies, being rendered either "brother" or "brothers," or "his brother" or "his brothers"; but this is probably to be taken as an instance of the relative inferiority of the Greek text as compared with the Massoretic Text.

See OSTRACA.

(1) One of the sons of Beriah, the son of Elpaal, the son of Shaharaim and Hushim, reckoned among the families of Benjamin (1 Ch 8:14). Beriah and Shema are described as `ancestral heads' "of the inhabitants of Aijalon, who put to flight the inhabitants of Gath."

(2) A descendant of Jeiel ("the father of Gibeon") and his wife Maacah (1 Ch 8:31; 9:37). King Saul apparently came from the same family (1 Ch 8:30,33; 9:39).

(3) One of the men who drove the new cart when David first attempted to bring the ark from the house of Abinadab to Jerusalem (2 Sam 6:3,4; 1 Ch 13:7). In Samuel Uzza and Ahio are called sons of Abinadab. By the most natural understanding of the Biblical data about 100 years had elapsed since the ark was brought to the house; they were sons of that Abinadab in the sense of being his descendants. Whether he had a successor of the same name living in David's time is a matter of conjecture.

Willis J. Beecher




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