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Dictionaries :: Vashni

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Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary

Vashni:

the second; changed; a tooth

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia

Vashni:

vash'-ni (washni, see below; the Septuagint's Codex Vaticanus Sanei; Codex Alexandrinus Sani): Read in 1Ch 6:28 the King James Version (Hebrew 13) as the name of the firstborn son of Samuel. According to 1Ch 6:33 (Hebrew 18) and 1Sa 8:2, Samuel's oldest son was Joel, and the second Abijah. The explanation of this is that in 1Ch 6:28 the word taken then as a proper name is really "and second"; so following Septuagint, Lucian, and Syriac we read (as the Revised Version (British and American)), "And the sons of Samuel: the first-born, Joel, and the second Abijah."

Smith's Bible Dictionary

Vashni:

(strong) the first‐born of Samuel as the text now stands (1 Chronicles 6:28); but in 1 Samuel 8:2, the name of his first‐born is Joel. Most probably in the Chronicles the name of Joel has dropped out: and Vashni is a corruption of vesheni, and (the) second."

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