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Jehonadab

In Bible versions:

Jehonadab: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
Jonadab: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
son of Rechab; friend of Jehu
son of Shimeah, David's brother
son of Rechab whose clan was a good example of obeying ones elders

free giver; liberality ( --> same as Jonadab)
who gives liberally ( --> same as Jehonadab)

Hebrew

Strongs #03082: bdnwhy Y@hownadab

Jehonadab = "Jehovah is willing"

1) a son of Rechab, chief of the Rechabites, in the time of Jehu and Ahab
2) a nephew of David

3082 Yhownadab yeh-ho-naw-dawb'

from 3068 and 5068; Jehovah-largessed; Jehonadab, the name of
an Israelite and of an Arab:-Jehonadab, Jonadab. Compare
3122.
see HEBREW for 03068
see HEBREW for 05068
see HEBREW for 03122

Strongs #03122: bdnwy Yawnadab

Jonadab or Jehonadab = "Jehovah is willing"

1) a son of Rechab, chief of the Rechabites, in the time of Jehu and Ahab
2) a nephew of David

3122 Yawnadab yo-naw-dawb'

a form of 3082; Jonadab, the name of an Israelite and of a
Rechabite:-Jonadab.
see HEBREW for 03082

Jehonadab [EBD]

Jehovah is liberal; or, whom Jehovah impels. (1.) A son of Shimeah, and nephew of David. It was he who gave the fatal wicked advice to Amnon, the heir to the throne (2 Sam. 13:3-6). He was very "subtil," but unprincipled.

(2.) A son of Rechab, the founder of a tribe who bound themselves by a vow to abstain from wine (Jer. 35:6-19). There were different settlements of Rechabites (Judg. 1:16; 4:11; 1 Chr. 2:55). (See RECHABITE.) His interview and alliance with Jehu are mentioned in 2 Kings 10:15-23. He went with Jehu in his chariot to Samaria.

Jonadab [EBD]

=Jehon'adab. (1.) The son of Rechab, and founder of the Rechabites (q.v.), 2 Kings 10:15; Jer. 35:6, 10.

(2.) The son of Shimeah, David's brother (2 Sam. 13:3). He was "a very subtil man."

Jehonadab [NAVE]

JEHONADAB
See: Jonadab.

Jonadab [NAVE]

JONADAB
1. Nephew of David. His complicity with Amnon in his rape of Tamar, 2 Sam. 13:3-5.
Comforts David on death of Amnon, 2 Sam. 13:32-35.
2. Called also Jehonadab. A Rechabite and companion of Jehu, 2 Kin. 10:15-23.
His sons refuse to drink wine in obedience to his command, Jer. 35:5-10, 16-19.
See: Rechabites.

JEHONADAB [SMITH]

(whom Jehovah impels) and Jon?adab, the son of Rechab, founder of the Rechabites, an Arab chief. When Jehu was advancing, after the slaughter of Betheked, on the city of Samaria, he was suddenly met by Jehonadab, who joined with him in "slaying all that remained unto Ahab." (2 Kings 10:15-17)

JONADAB [SMITH]

(whom Jehovah impels).
  1. Son of Shimeah and nephew of David. (B.C. 1033.) He is described as "very subtle." (2 Samuel 13:3) His age naturally made him the friend of his cousin Amnon, heir to the throne. (2 Samuel 13:3) He gave him the fatal advice for ensnaring his sister Tamar. ch (2 Samuel 13:5,6) Again, when, in a later stage of the same tragedy, Amnon was murdered by Absalom, and the exaggerated report reached David that all the princes were slaughtered, Jonadab was already aware of the real state of the case. (2 Samuel 13:32,33)
  2. (Jeremiah 35:6,8,10,14,16,18,19) [JEHONADAB]

JEHONADAB [ISBE]

JEHONADAB - je-hon'-a-dab (yehonadhabh, either "Yahweh is noble" or "liberal," or "Yahweh has impelled") = Jonadab (yonadhabh, same meaning):

(1) Jehonadab in the Hebrew of 2 Sam 13:5; but Jonadab in English Versions of the Bible, and in Hebrew and English Versions of the Bible of 13:3,12,35; son of Shimeah, King David's brother. He was friendly with Amnon his cousin, and is said to be "a very shrewd (the Revised Version (British and American) "subtle") man." He planned to get Tamar to wait upon Amnon. Two years after, when Absalom had murdered Amnon, and David had heard that all the king's sons were assassinated, Jehonadab assured him that only Amnon was killed; and his reassuring tone is justified (2 Sam 13:35); possibly he knew of Absalom's intentions. Septuagint, Lucian, has "Jonathan" in 2 Sam 13:3 ff; and in 2 Sam 21:21 parallel 1 Ch 20:7, there is mentioned a son of Shimei (= "Shimca," 1 Ch 2:7 = "Shammah," 1 Sam 16:9), whose name is Jonathan.

See JONATHAN, (4).

(2) Jehonadab in 2 Ki 10:15,23; in Hebrew of Jer 35:8,14,16,18 = Jonadab in Jer 35:6,10,19, and English Versions of the Bible of 35:8,14,16,18, "son" of Rechab, of the Kenite clan (1 Ch 2:55). Jehonadab is described in 2 Ki 10 as an ally of Jehu in the olition of Baal-worship in Samaria. Jehu met him after slaying the son of Ahab (10:15); the second part of the verse should probably be translated "And he greeted him and said to him, Is thy heart upright (with me) as my heart is with thee? And Jehonadab answered, Yes. Then spake Jehu (so the Septuagint), If so, give me thy hand. In Jer 35 (where English Versions of the Bible has Jonadab throughout), he is called the "father" of the Rechabites, who derived from him their ordinances for their nomadic life and abstention from wine.

See RECHAB, RECHABITES.

David Francis Roberts

JONADAB [ISBE]

JONADAB - jon'-a-dab.

See JEHONADAB.




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