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Easton's Bible Dictionary


regarded by Jehovah. (1.) Merarite Levite (1Ch 6:45; 9:14). (2.) A son of Jeduthun (25:3,19). (3.) Son of Kemuel (26:30). (4.) One of the chief Levites (2Ch 35:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh 11:22). (6.) One of the chief priests in the time of Ezra (Ezr 8:24). (7.) A chief of the Levites (Neh 12:24). (8.) Ezr 8:19. (9.) Neh 3:17.

Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary


the estimation of the Lord

International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia


hash-a-bi'-a (chashabhyah):

(1) Two Levites of the family of Merari (1Ch 6:45; 9:14).

(2) A Levite who dwelt in Jerusalem at the time of Nehemiah (Ne 11:15).

(3) A son of Jeduthun (1Ch 25:3).

(4) A Hebronite, chief of a clan of warriors who had charge of West Jordan in the interests of Yahweh and the king of Israel (1Ch 26:30).

(5) A Levite who was a "ruler" (1Ch 27:17).

(6) One of the Levite chiefs in the time of Josiah, who gave liberally toward the sacrifices (2Ch 35:9). In 1 Esdras 1:9 it is "Sabias."

(7) A Levite whom Ezra induced to return from exile with him (Ezr 8:19). 1 Esdras 8:48 has "Asebias."

(8) One of the twelve priests set apart by Ezra to take care of the gold, the silver, and the vessels of the temple on their return from exile (Ezr 8:24; #/ APC 1Esdras 8:54, "‘Assamias").

(9) Ruler of half of the district of "Keilah," who helped to repair the walls under Nehemiah (Ne 3:17), and also helped to seal the covenant (Ne 10:11; 12:24).

(10) A Levite (Ne 11:22).

(11) A priest (Ne 12:21).

Written by James Josiah Reeve

Smith's Bible Dictionary


(whom God regards).

(1.) A Merarite Levite (1 Chronicles 6:45).

(2.) Another Merarite Levite (1 Chronicles 9:14).

(3.) The fourth of the six sons of Jeduthun (1 Chronicles 25:3) who had charge of the twelfth course (19). (B.C. 1014)

(4.) One of the descendants of Hebron the son of Kohath‐ (1 Chronicles 26:30).

(5.) The son of Kemuel, who was prince of the tribe of Levi in the time of David (1 Chronicles 27:17). (B.C. 1014)

(6.) A Levite one of the "chiefs" of his tribe, who officiated for King Josiah at his great Passover feast (2 Chronicles 35:9). (B.C. 623)

(7.) A Merarite Levite who accompanied Ezra from Babylon (Ezra 8:19).

(8.) One of the chiefs of the priests who formed part of the same caravan (Ezra 8:24). (B.C. 536)

(9.) Ruler of half the circuit or environs of Keilah; he repaired a portion of the wall of Jerusalem under Nehemiah (Nehemiah 3:17). (B.C. 446)

(10.) One of the Levites who sealed the covenant of reformation after the return from the captivity (Nehemiah 10:11; 12:24 compare Nehemiah 12:26). (B.C. 446‐410)

(11.) Another Levite, son of Bunni (Nehemiah 11:15).

(12.) A Levite, son of Mattaniah (Nehemiah 11:22).

(13.) A priest of the family of Hilkiah in the days of Joiakim son of Jeshua (Nehemiah 12:21).


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