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HEBREW: 6126 bwqe `Aqquwb
NAVE: Akkub
EBD: Akkub
SMITH: AKKUB
ISBE: AKKUB
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Akkub

In Bible versions:

Akkub: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
son of Eli-O-Enai (Hananiah Zerubbabel David Judah); Akkub I
a Levite who was chief gate keeper under Nehemiah; Akkub II
a chief Temple Servant under Nehemiah; Akkub III
a Levite scribe who helped Ezra explain the law; Akkub IV

foot-print; supplanting; crookedness; lewdness

Hebrew

Strongs #06126: bwqe `Aqquwb

Akkub = "insidious"

1) son of Elioenai and descendant of David through Zerubbabel
2) a head of a family returning from exile
3) head of a family of temple slaves returning from exile
4) a Levite gatekeeper
5) a Levite who helped Ezra expound the law to the people
6) a Levite gatekeeper after the return from exile

6126 `Aqquwb ak-koob'

from 6117; insidious; Akkub, the name of five
Israelites:-Akkub.
see HEBREW for 06117

Akkub [EBD]

(another form of Jacob). (1.) The head of one of the families of Nethinim (Ezra 2:45).

(2.) A Levite who kept the gate of the temple after the return from Babylon (1 Chr. 9:17; Ezra 2:42; Neh. 7:45).

(3.) A descendant of David (1 Chr. 3:24).

Akkub [NAVE]

AKKUB
1. One of the Nethinim, Ezra 2:45.
2. A returned exile, 1 Chr. 9:17; Ezra 2:42; Neh. 7:45; 8:7; 12:25.
3. A son of Elioenai, 1 Chr. 3:24.

AKKUB [SMITH]

(insidious).
  1. A descendant of Zerubbabel and son of Elioenai. (1 Chronicles 3:24)
  2. One of the porters or doorkeepers at the east gate of the temple. (B.C. 636-440.)
  3. One of the Nethinim, whole family returned with Zerubbabel. (Ezra 2:45) (B.C. 536.)
  4. A Levite who assisted Ezra in expounding the law to the people. (Nehemiah 8:7)

AKKUB [ISBE]

AKKUB - ak'-ub (`aqqubh, "pursuer"): (1) A son of Elioenai, a descendant of Zerubbabel (1 Ch 3:24). (2) A Levite porter on duty at the east gate of the second Temple (1 Ch 9:17).




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