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HEBREW: 5837 layrze `Azriy'el
NAVE: Azriel
SMITH: AZRIEL
ISBE: AZRIEL
Azmon | Aznoth Tabor | Aznothtabor | Azor | Azotus | Azriel | Azrikam | Azubah | Azur | Azur and Azzur | Azuran

Azriel

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Azriel: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a head of one of the clans of East Manasseh
father of Jeremoth, David's chief officer over Naphtali
the father of Seraiah, one of King Jehoiakim's officials

help of God ( --> same as Asriel)

Hebrew

Strongs #05837: layrze `Azriy'el

Azriel = "my help is God"

1) a head of a house of the half-tribe of Manasseh beyond the Jordan
2) a Naphtalite, ancestor of Jerimoth, the head of the tribe at the
time of the census of David
3) father of Seraiah, an officer of king Jehoiakim of Judah

5837 `Azriy'el az-ree-ale'

from 5828 and 410; help of God; Azriel, the name of three
Israelites:-Azriel.
see HEBREW for 05828
see HEBREW for 0410

Azriel [NAVE]

AZRIEL
1. A chief of Manasseh, 1 Chr. 5:24.
2. Father of Jerimoth, 1 Chr. 27:19.
3. Father of Seraiah, Jer. 36:26.

AZRIEL [SMITH]

(whom God helps).
  1. The head of a house of the half tribe of Manasseh beyond Jordan, a man of renown. (1 Chronicles 5:24) (B.C. 741.)
  2. A Naphtalite, ancestor of Jerimoth, the head of the tribe at the time of David?s census. (1 Chronicles 27:19) (B.C. 1015.)
  3. The father of Seraiah, an officer of Jehoiakim. (Jeremiah 36:26) (B.C. 605.)

AZRIEL [ISBE]

AZRIEL - az'-ri-el `azri'el, "God's help"):

(1) One of the leading men of the half-tribe of Manasseh, East of the Jordan, who with others of his tribe was carried captive by the king of Assyria (1 Ch 5:24 ff).

(2) The father of Jerimoth of the tribe of Naphtali in the reign of King David (1 Ch 27:19).

(3) The father of Seraiah, one of the officers sent by Jehoiakim to arrest Jeremiah and Baruch (Jer 36:26).




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