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HEBREW: 2066 dbz Zabad
NAVE: Zabad
EBD: Zabad
SMITH: ZABAD
ISBE: ZABAD
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Zabad

In Bible versions:

Zabad: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
son of Nathan of Judah
son of Tahath II of Ephraim
son of Ahlai; one of King David's military elite
son of Shimeath the Ammonitess; one who conspired against King Joash
a layman of the Zattu Clan who put away his heathen wife
a layman from the Hashum Clan who put away his heathen wife
a layman of the Nebo Clan who put away his heathen wife

dowry; endowed ( --> same as Zabdi)

Hebrew

Strongs #02066: dbz Zabad

Zabad = "he endows"

1) a descendant of Judah; son of Nathan, grandson of Attai, great
grandson of Ahlai Sheshan's daughter
2) son of Tahath
3) one of David's mighty warriors (could be the same as 1 above)
4) son of Shimeath, an Ammonitess; a conspirator against and, with
Jehozabad, the murderer of Joash (also called 'Jozachar')
5) one of the sons of Zattu, who put away his foreign wife at the
command of Ezra
6) one of the descendants of Hashum, who, in the time of Ezra, had a
foreign wife
7) one of the sons of Nebo, who had a foreign wife in the time of Ezra

2066 Zabad zaw-bawd'

from 2064; giver; Zabad, the name of seven
Israelites:-Zabad.
see HEBREW for 02064

Zabad [EBD]

gift. (1.) One of David's valiant men (1 Chr. 11:41), the descendant of Ahlai, of the "children of Sheshan" (2:31).

(2.) A descendant of Tahath (7:21).

(3.) The son of Shemath. He conspired against Joash, king of Judah, and slew him (2 Chr. 24:25, 26). He is called also Jozachar (2 Kings 12:21).

(4.) Ezra 10:27.

(5.) Ezra 10:33.

(6.) Ezra 10:43.

Zabad [NAVE]

ZABAD
1. Son of Nathan, 1 Chr. 2:36, 37.
2. An Ephraimite, 1 Chr. 7:21.
3. One of David's valiant men, 1 Chr. 11:41.
4. An assassin of King Joash, 2 Chr. 24:26; 25:3, 4.
Called Jozachar in 2 Kin. 12:21.
5. Three Israelites who divorced their Gentile wives, Ezra 10:27, 33, 43.

ZABAD [SMITH]

(gift).
  1. Son of Nathan son of Attai, son of Ahlai Sheshan?s daughter, (1 Chronicles 2:31-37) and hence called son of Ahlai. (1 Chronicles 11:41) (B.C. 1046.) He was one of David?s mighty men but none of his deeds have been recorded. The chief interest connected with him is in his genealogy, which is of considerable importance in a chronological point of view.
  2. An Ephraimite, if the text of (1 Chronicles 7:21) Isa correct.
  3. Son of Shimeath, an Ammonitess; an assassin who, with Jehozabad, slew King Joash, according to (2 Chronicles 24:26) (B.C. 840); but in (2 Kings 12:21) his name is written, probably more correctly, JOZACHAR.
  4. A layman of Israel, of the sons of Zattu, who put away his foreign wife at Ezra?s command. (Ezra 10:27) (B.C. 458.)
  5. One of the descendants of Hashum who had married a foreign wife after the captivity. (Ezra 10:33) (B.C. 458.)
  6. One of the sons of Nebo whose name is mentioned under the same circumstances as the two preceding. (Ezra 10:43)

ZABAD [ISBE]

ZABAD - za'-bad (zabhadh, perhaps a contraction for (1) zebhadhyah, "Yahweh has given," i.e. Zebadiah; or (2) zabhdi'el, "El (God) is my gift" (HPN, 222 f); Zabed(t), with many variants):

(1) A Jerahmeelite (1 Ch 2:36,37), son of Nathan (see NATHAN, IV).

(2) An Ephraimite, son of Tahath (1 Ch 7:21).

(3) Son of Ahlai (1 Ch 11:41) and one of David's mighty men (the name is wanting in 2 Sam 23:24-29).

(4) Son of Shimeath the Ammonitess (2 Ch 26); he was one of the murderers of King Joash of Judah; called "Jozacar" in 2 Ki 12:21 (Hebrew verse 22). Perhaps the name in Chronicles should be Zacar (zakhar),

(5) Name of three men who had married foreign wives: (a) son of Zattu (Ezr 10:27)= "Sabathus" of 1 Esdras 9:28; (b) son of Hashum (Ezr 10:33) = "Sabanneus" of 1 Esdras 9:33; (c) son of Nebo (Ezr 10:43) = "Zabadeas" of 1 Esdras 9:35.

David Francis Roberts




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