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Malkijah

In Bible versions:

Malkijah: NET NIV
Malchiah: AVS NRSV TEV
Malchijah: AVS NASB TEV
son of King Zedekiah; father of Pashhur
an English name representing two different Hebrew names
as representing the Hebrew name 'Malkiyah'
son of Ethni, of Gershom of Levi; ancestor of Asaph
a priest whose descendants returned from exile; father of Pashhur
chief of a division of priests serving in David's sanctuary
a layman of the Parosh Clan who put away his heathen wife
a layman of the Harim Clan who put away his heathen wife
son of Harim; a repairer of the walls of Jerusalem
son of Rechab; one who repaired the Dung Gate
a man who was a goldsmith and helped repair the wall
a man who stood with Ezra when he read the law to the assembly
a priest who helped celebrate the completion of the wall
as representing the Hebrew name 'Malkiram'
son of King Jehoiachin

the Lord my king, or my counselor ( --> same as Malchijah)
the Lord my king, or my counselor ( --> same as Malchiah)

Hebrew

Strongs #04441: hyklm Malkiyah or whyklm Malkiyahuw (\\#Jer 38:6\\),

Malchijah or Malchiah or Melchiah = "my king is Jehovah"

1) the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah
2) the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast
3) the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David
4) one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra,
sealed the covenant with Nehemiah, and was at the dedication of the
wall with Nehemiah
5) a Levite ancestor of Asaph and descendant of Levi through Gershon
6) son of Parosh who put away a foreign wife in the time of Ezra
7) son of Harim who put away a foreign wife and helped repair the
wall and the Tower of Ovens in the time of Ezra and Nehemiah
8) son of Rechab, leader of the district of Beth Haccerem, who helped
repair the Refuse Gate in the time of Nehemiah
9) a goldsmith who helped repair the wall in the time of Nehemiah

4441 Malkiyah mal-kee-yaw'

or Malkiyahuw (Jer. 38:6), {mal-kee-yaw'-hoo}; from 4428 and
3050; king of (i.e. appointed by) Jah; Malkijah, the name of
ten Israelites:-Malchiah, Malchijah.
see HEBREW for 04428
see HEBREW for 03050

Strongs #04443: Mryklm Malkiyram

Malchiram = "my king is high"

1) son of king Jehoiachin of Judah

4443 Malkiyram mal-kee-rawm'

from 4428 and 7311; king of a high one (i.e. of exaltation);
Malkiram, an Israelite:-Malchiram.
see HEBREW for 04428
see HEBREW for 07311

Malchiah [EBD]

Jehovah's king. (1.) The head of the fifth division of the priests in the time of David (1 Chr. 24:9).

(2.) A priest, the father of Pashur (1 Chr. 9:12; Jer. 38:1).

(3.) One of the priests appointed as musicians to celebrate the completion of the walls of Jerusalem (Neh. 12:42).

(4.) A priest who stood by Ezra when he "read in the book of the law of God" (Neh. 8:4).

(5.) Neh. 3:11.

(6.) Neh. 3:31.

(7.) Neh. 3:14.

Malchiah [NAVE]

MALCHIAH
Called also Malchijah. 1. A Gershonite, 1 Chr. 6:40.
2. Called also Melchiah. An Aaronite, 1 Chr. 9:12; Neh. 11:12; Jer. 21:1; 38:1.
3. Head of a division of priests, 1 Chr. 24:9.
4. Name of three exiles, Ezra 10:25, 31.
5. A son of Rechab who repaired the dung gate of Jerusalem, Neh. 3:14.
6. A Jew who helped repair the walls of Jerusalem, Neh. 3:31.
7. A Jew who stood by Ezra when he read the book of the law to the people, Neh. 8:4.
8. A priest who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah, Neh. 10:3.
9. A priest appointed to assist in dedicating the walls of Jerusalem, Neh. 12:42.

Malchijah [NAVE]

MALCHIJAH
See: Malchiah.

MALCHIAH [ISBE]

MALCHIAH - mal-ki'-a.

See MALCHIJAH.

MALCHIJAH [ISBE]

MALCHIJAH - mal-ki'-ja (malkiyah, "Yah is king"; Melcheias, with variants):

(1) A Levite, descendant of Gershom, of those whom David set over the "service of sting" in the worship (1 Ch 6:40).

(2) The head of the 5th course of priests (1 Ch 24:9).

(3) One of the laymen who had taken "strange wives" during the exile (Ezr 10:25); the "Melchias" of 1 Esdras 9:26.

(4) Another of the same name (Ezr 10:25; two in same verse). Called "Asibias" in 1 Esdras 9:26.

(5) Another under the same offense, son of Harim (Ezr 10:31). "Melchias" in 1 Esdras 9:32.

(6) One of the "repairers" who helped with the "tower of the furnaces" (Neh 3:11).

(7) Son of Rechab ruler of Beth-haccerem, repairer of the dung gate (Neh 3:14).

(8) A goldsmith who helped in building the walls of Jerusalem (Neh 3:31).

(9) One of those at Ezra's left hand when he read the law (though possibly one of the above (Neh 8:4)). In 1 Esdras 9:44 "Melchias."

(10) One of the covenant signatories (Neh 10:3).

(11) The father of Pashhur (Neh 11:12; Jer 21:1; 38:1).

(12) A priest, a singer at the dedication of the walls of Jerusalem under Ezra and Nehemiah (Neh 12:42).

(13) (malkiyahu as above with u ending): Son of Ham-melech (or, as 1 Ki 22:26; 2 Ch 28:7 translate it, "king's son"). Jeremiah was cast into his dungeon or pit (Jer 38:6).

The King James Version spells "Malchiah" or "Malchijah" indifferently with "Melchiah" in Jer 21:1; the English Revised Version has "Malchiah" in Jer 21:1; 38:1,6, elsewhere "Malchijah"; the American Standard Revised Version has "Malchijah" throughout.

Henry Wallace




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