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HEBREW: 3469 yevy Yish`iy
NAVE: Ishi
EBD: Ishi
Ishbak | Ishbi-Benob | Ishbibenob | Ishbosheth | Ishhod | Ishi | Ishiah | Ishma | Ishmachiah | Ishmael | Ishmaelites


In Bible versions:

son of Appaim of Judah
a man of Judah
head of a big clan in eastern Manasseh in the time of Jotham



Strongs #03469: yevy Yish`iy

Ishi = "He saves me"

1) son of Appaim, one of the line of Jerahmeel of the house of Hezron
2) a chief of Manasseh and head of a family on the east of Jordan
3) a chief of Judah, father of Zoheth
4) a chief of Simeon and head of a family

3469 Yish`iy yish-ee'

from 3467; saving; Jishi, the name of four Israelites:-Ishi.
see HEBREW for 03467

Ishi [EBD]

my husband, a symbolical name used in Hos. 2:16 (See BAALI.)

Ishi [NAVE]

1. A name of Deity, Hos. 2:16.
2. A son of Appaim, 1 Chr. 2:31.
3. A descendant of Judah, 1 Chr. 4:20.
4. A Simeonite, 1 Chr. 4:42.
5. One of the heads of Manasseh, 1 Chr. 5:24.


  1. A man of the descendants of Judah, son of Appaim, (1 Chronicles 2:31) one of the great house of Hezron.
  2. In a subsequent genealogy of Judah we find another Ishi, with a son Zoheth. (1 Chronicles 4:20)
  3. Head of a family of the tribe of Simeon. (1 Chronicles 4:42)
  4. One of the heads of the tribe of Manasseh on the east of Jordan. (1 Chronicles 5:24)


(my husband). This word occurs in (Hosea 2:16) It is the Israelite term, in opposition to Baali, the Canaanite term, with the same meaning, though with a significance of its own.


ISHI (1) - ish'-i (yish`i, "salutary"):

(1) A Jerahmeelite (1 Ch 2:31); the genealogy may denote his membership by blood, or only by adoption, in the tribe of Judah.

(2) A Judahite (1 Ch 4:20).

(3) A Simeonite, whose sons led 500 of their tribe against the Amalekites in Mt. Seir (1 Ch 4:42).

(4) One of the chiefs of Manasseh East of the Jordan (1 Ch 5:24).


ISHI (2) - ish'-i, i'-shi ('ishi, "my husband"; Septuagint ho aner mou): The name symbolic of Yahweh's relation to Israel which Hosea (2:16) declares shall be used when Baali, "my lord," has become hateful on account of its associations with the worship of the Baals.

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