Meyshak (Aramaic) <04336>
Kvym Meyshak (Aramaic)
|Origin:||of foreign origin and doubtful significance|
|PrtSpch:||noun proper masculine|
|In Hebrew:||Ksym 14|
|In NET:||Meshach 14|
|In AV:||Meshach 14|
|Definition:||Meshach = "guest of the king"
1) the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Meshach; one
of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves
unclean by eating food from the king's table which went against the
dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who
were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a
graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of
1a) original name 'Mishael'
(Aramaic) of foreign origin and doubtful significance;
Meshak, the Babylonian name of 4333:-Meshak.
see HEBREW for 04333
|Meshach (NET, KJV, NASB, NIV, NRSV, TEV)|
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