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HEBREW: 5018 Ndrzwbn N@buwzaradan
EBD: Nebuzaradan
SMITH: NEBUZARADAN
ISBE: NEBUZARADAN
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Nebuzaradan

In Bible versions:

Nebuzaradan: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a man of Babylon; captain of the guard for Nebuchadnezzar

Hebrew

Strongs #05018: Ndrzwbn N@buwzaradan

Nebuzaradan = "Nebo has given seed"

1) a general of Nebuchadnezzar's army at the capture of Jerusalem

5018 Nbuwzaradan neb-oo-zar-ad-awn'

of foreign origin; Nebuzaradan, a Babylonian
general:-Nebuzaradan.

Nebuzaradan [EBD]

"the captain of the guard," in rank next to the king, who appears prominent in directing affairs at the capture of Jerusalem (2 Kings 25:8-20; Jer. 39:11; 40:2-5). He showed kindness toward Jeremiah, as commanded by Nebuchadnezzar (40:1). Five years after this he again came to Jerusalem and carried captive seven hundred and forty-five more Jews.

NEBUZARADAN [SMITH]

(chief whom Nebo favors), the Rab-tabbachim i.e. chief of the slaughterers (Authorized Version "captain of the guard"), a high officer in the court of Nebuchadnezzar. On the capture of Jerusalem he was left by Nebuchadnezzar in charge of the city. Comp. (Jeremiah 39:11) He seems to have quitted Judea when he took down the chief people of Jerusalem to his master at Riblah. (2 Kings 25:18-20) In four years he again appeared. (Jeremiah 52:30) Nebuchadnezzar in his twenty-third year made a descent on the regions east of Jordan, including the Ammonites and Moabites, who escaped when Jerusalem was destroyed. Thence he proceeded to Egypt, and, either on the way thither or on the return, Nebuzaradan again passed through the country and carried off more captives. (Jeremiah 52:30)

NEBUZARADAN [ISBE]

NEBUZARADAN - neb-u-zar-a'-dan, -zar'-a-dan (nebhuzar'adhan = Assyrian Nabu-zara-iddina, "Nebo has given seed"; Nebouzardan): Nebuchadnezzar's general at the siege of Jerusalem (2 Ki 25:8,11,20; Jer 52:12,15,26; 39:9,10,11,13). Under the title of "captain of the guard," he commanded the army, and, after the fall of the city, carried out his master's policy with regard to the safety of Jeremiah, the transport of the exiles, and the government of those who were left in the land.




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