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HEBREW: 1940 hydwh Howdiyah 1941 hydwh Howdiyah
NAVE: Hodiah Hodijah
SMITH: HODIAH HODIJAH
ISBE: HODIAH; HODIJAH
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Hodiah

In Bible versions:

Hodiah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a man of Judah
son of Henadad; a Levite
an Israelite chief who signed the covenant to obey God's law

the praise of the Lord ( --> same as Hodaiah, Hodaviah, Hodijah)
the praise of the Lord ( --> same as Hodaiah, Hodaviah, Hodiah)

Hebrew

Strongs #01940: hydwh Howdiyah

Hodiah = "majesty of Jehovah"

1) one of the two wives of Ezra, a man of Judah

1940 Howdiyah ho-dee-yaw'

a form for the feminine of 3064; a Jewess:-Hodiah.
see HEBREW for 03064

Strongs #01941: hydwh Howdiyah

Hodijah = "my majesty is Jehovah"

1) a Levite in the time of Ezra and Nehemiah
2) another Levite at the same time
3) a chief of the people at the same time

1941 Howdiyah ho-dee-yaw'

a form of 1938; Hodijah, the name of three
Israelites:-Hodijah.
see HEBREW for 01938

Hodiah [NAVE]

HODIAH, called also Hodijah. 1. Wife of Ezra, 1 Chr. 4:19.
2. A Levite, Neh. 8:7; 9:5; 10:10, 13.
3. An Israelite chief, Neh. 10:18.

Hodijah [NAVE]

HODIJAH
See: Hodiah.

HODIAH [SMITH]

(majesty of Jehovah), one of the two wives of Ezra, a man of Judah. (1 Chronicles 4:19) She is doubtless the same person as Jehudijah in ver. 18.

HODIJAH [SMITH]

(majesty of Jehovah).
  1. A Levite in the time of Ezra and Nehemiah. (Nehemiah 8:7) and probably also (Nehemiah 9:5; 10:10) (B.C. 410.)
  2. Another Levite at the same time. (Nehemiah 10:13)
  3. A layman; one of the "heads" of the people at the same time. (Nehemiah 10:18)

HODIAH; HODIJAH [ISBE]

HODIAH; HODIJAH - ho-di'-a, ho-di'-ja (hodhiyah, "splendor of Yah"):

(1) A brother-in-law of Naham (1 Ch 4:19), and possibly for that reason reckoned a member of the tribe of Judah. the King James Version translate "his wife" is wrong.

(2) One of the Levites who explained to the people the Law as read by Ezra (Neh 8:7) and led their prayers (Neh 9:5). He is doubtless one of the two Levites of this name who sealed the covenant of Nehemiah (Neh 10:10,13).

(3) One of the chiefs of the people who sealed the covenant of Nehemiah (Neh 10:18).

J. Gray Mcallister




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