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HEBREW: 4807 leb byrm M@riyb Ba`al
NAVE: Merib-baal
EBD: Merib-baal
ISBE: MERIB-BAAL
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Meribbaal

In Bible versions:

Meribbaal: NET
Merib-Baal: AVS NIV TEV
Merib-baal: NRSV NASB
son of Jonathan of Benjamin

he that resists Baal; rebellion

Hebrew

Strongs #04807: leb byrm M@riyb Ba`al

Merib-baal = "Baal is my advocate"

1) another name for Mephibosheth
1a) son of Jonathan and grandson of Saul

4807 Mriyb Ba`al mer-eeb' bah'-al

from 7378 and 1168; quarreller of Baal, Merib-Baal, an
epithet of Gideon:-Merib-baal. Compare 4810.
see HEBREW for 07378
see HEBREW for 01168
see HEBREW for 04810

Merib-baal [EBD]

contender with Baal, (1 Chr. 8:34; 9:40), elsewhere called Mephibosheth (2 Sam. 4:4), the son of Jonathan.

Merodach - death; slaughter, the name of a Babylonian god, probably the planet Mars (Jer. 50:2), or it may be another name of Bel, the guardian divinity of Babylon. This name frequently occurs as a surname to the kings of Assyria and Babylon.

Merib-baal [NAVE]

MERIB-BAAL
See: Mephibosheth.

MERIB-BAAL [ISBE]

MERIB-BAAL - mer-ib-ba'-al (meribhba`al; also meri-bha`al, "Baal contends"): The spelling varies in a single verse; 1 Ch 9:40 contains the name twice: first, in the first form above; second, in the second form. The name is given also in 1 Ch 8:34. It is the other name of MEPHIBOSHETH (2) (which see).

In Jer 11:13 and Hos 9:10 the terms "Baal" and "Bosheth" seem to stand in apposition, the latter form being a slightly contemptuous alternative rendered "shame." This is akin to other like changes, such as Esh-baal for Ish-bosheth, Jerub-besheth for Jerub-baal, etc. The change in the first part of the name could occur through a clerical confusion of the Hebrew aspirate pe (p) and resh (r) in Hebrew.

Henry Wallace




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