Binyamiyn <01144>

Nymynb Binyamiyn

Pronunciation:bin-yaw-mene'
Origin:from 01121 and 03225, Greek 958 beniamin
Reference:TWOT - 254a
PrtSpch:noun proper masculine
In Hebrew:Nmynb 99, Nmynbw 27, Nymynb 12, Nmynbl 10, Nmynbm 7, Nmynbb 2, *Nymynbm {Nymy} {0 Nbm} 1, Nmynbmw o 1, Nymynbbw 1, Nymynbw 1, Nymynbl 1, *Nmynb {ynb} 1, Nm *ynb {Nmynb} 1, Nmynbl o 1, Nmynblw 1, Nmynbbw 1
In NET:Benjamin 125, Benjaminites 31, Benjaminite 8, Benjamin's 2
In AV:Benjamin 161
Count:161
Definition:Benjamin = "son of the right hand"

1) Jacob's and Rachel's youngest son, Joseph's full brother
2) son of Bilhan, great-grandson of Benjamin
3) a Benjamite, one of the sons of Harim, in the time of Ezra
who had taken a strange wife
4) the tribe descended from Benjamin, the son of Jacob
from 1121 and 3225; son of (the) right hand; Binjamin,
youngest son of Jacob; also the tribe descended from him, and
its territory:-Benjamin.
see HEBREW for 01121
see HEBREW for 03225
Variations
in Bible:
Benjamin (NET, NIV)
Benjaminite (NET)
Benjaminites (NET, KJV, NRSV, TEV)
Benjamite (NIV)
Benjamites (NIV)
sons of Benjamin (NASB)

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