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Dictionaries :: Shelumiel

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Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Shelumiel:

same as Shelemiah

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Shelumiel:

she-lu'-mi-el (shelumi'el; both the punctuation and interpretation are in doubt. Massoretic Text punctuates the first element as a passive participle; the use of the participle in compounds is common in Assyrian but rare in Heb (compare Gray, HPN, 200). The meaning of the present form, if it be correct, is "at peace with God" (Hommel, Ancient Hebrew Tradition, 200, "my friend is God"). Septuagint reads Salamiel: Prince of the tribe of Simeon (Nu 1:6; 2:12; 7:36,41; 10:19). The genealogy of Judith (8:1) is carried back to this Shelumiel or Shelamiel, called there "Salamiel."

Written by Horace J. Wolf

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Shelumiel:

(friend of God) the son of Zurishaddai, and prince of the tribe of Simeon at the time of the exodus (Numbers 1:6; 2:12; 7:36; 7:41; 10:19). (B.C. 1431)

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