1 Samuel 14:
And the name of Saul's wife was
Ahinoam, the daughter of Ahimaaz: and the name of the captain of his host was
Abner, the son of Ner, Saul's uncle.
1 Samuel 25:
David also took Ahinoam of Jezreel; and they were also both of them his wives.
1 Samuel 27:
And David dwelt with Achish at Gath, he and his men, every man with his household, even
David with his two wives, Ahinoam the Jezreelitess, and Abigail the Carmelitess, Nabal's wife.
1 Samuel 30:
And David's two wives were taken captives, Ahinoam the Jezreelitess, and Abigail the wife of Nabal the Carmelite.
2 Samuel 2:
So David went up thither, and his two wives also, Ahinoam the Jezreelitess, and Abigail Nabal's wife the Carmelite.
2 Samuel 3:
And unto David were sons born in Hebron: and his firstborn was Amnon, of Ahinoam the Jezreelitess;
1 Chronicles 3:
Now these were the sons of David, which were born unto him in Hebron; the firstborn Amnon, of Ahinoam the Jezreelitess; the second Daniel, of Abigail the Carmelitess:
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary
1. Daughter of Ahimaaz and wife of Saul, 1 Samuel 14:50 .
2. A woman of Jezreel, wife of David and mother Amnon. She was taken captive by the Amalekites, at Ziklag, 1 Samuel 30:5 ; but was recovered by David, and accompanied him to Hebron, 2 Samuel 2:2 ; 3:2 .
Easton's Bible Dictionary
Brother of pleasantness = pleasant.
The daughter of Ahimaaz, and wife of Saul (1Samuel 14:50).
A Jezreelitess, the first wife of David (1Samuel 25:43; 27:3). She was the mother of Amnon (2Samuel 3:2). (See 1Samuel 30:5,18; 2 Samuel 2:2 .)
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Beauty of the brother; brother of motion
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
("brother of grace", i.e. "graceful".) Of Jezreel. David's wife; along with Abigail, accompanied him to Achish's court (1 Samuel 25:43; 1 Samuel 27:3). Taken by the Amalekites at Ziklag, but rescued by David (1 Samuel 30). With him when king in Hebron (2 Samuel 2:2; 2 Samuel 3:2). Mother of Amnon. Beauty was David's snare; the children consequently had more of outward than inward grace.
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
AHINOAM . 1 . Daughter of Ahimaaz and wife of Saul ( 1 Samuel 14:50 ). 2 . A Jezreelitess whom David married after Michal had been taken from him. She was the mother of David’s firstborn, Amnon ( 1 Samuel 25:43 ; 1 Samuel 27:3 ; 1Sa 30:5 , 2 Samuel 2:2 ; 2 Samuel 3:2 , 1 Chronicles 3:1 ).
Holman Bible Dictionary
(uh hihn' oh am) Personal name meaning, “my brother is gracious.” 1. King Saul's wife (1 Samuel 14:50 ). 2 . Wife of David from Jezreel (1 Samuel 25:43 ) who lived with him under the Philistines at Gath (1 Samuel 27:3 ). When she and Abigail, David's other wife, were captured by the Amalekites, the people threatened to stone David. David followed God's word, defeated the Amalekites, and recovered his wives and the other captives (1 Samuel 30:1-20 ). Ahinoam then moved to Hebron with David, where the people crowned him king (2 Samuel 2:2-4 ). She gave David his first son, Amnon (2 Samuel 3:2 ).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
1. Daughter of Ahimaaz andwife of Saul. 1 Samuel 14:50 .
2. David's wife a woman of Jezreel: she accompanied David in his flight from Saul; and, while residing at Ziklag, was taken captive when the city was burned by the Amalekites; but was recovered. 1 Samuel 25:43 ; 1 Samuel 27:3 ; 1 Samuel 30:5,18 . She was with David when he came to the kingdom, and while at Hebron bare to David, Amnon his first-born. 2 Samuel 2:2 ; 2Sam. 3:2.;1 Chronicles 3:1 .
People's Dictionary of the Bible
Ahinoam (a-hĭn'o-ăm, or â-hi-nô'am), brother of pleasantness. 1. The wife of Saul. 1 Samuel 14:50. 2. One of David's wives. 25:43; 27:3; 30:5; 2 Samuel 2:2; 2 Samuel 3:2.
- Son of Saul and Ahinoam
- (quiet ), the second son of Saul by his wife Ahinoam
( 1 Samuel 14:4 ) comp
(a-hĭn'o-ăm, or â-hi-nô'am), brother of pleasantness
- David's oldest son by Ahinoam
the Jezreelitess, born in Hebron while David reigned there over Judah only
- Eldest son of David by Ahinoam
: he was slain by Absalom for the violence done to his sister Tamar
- Eldest son of David by Ahinoam
- Saul's second son by Ahinoam
(1 Samuel 14:49-50)
- ” Son of King Saul and Ahinoam
(1 Chronicles 8:33 ; 1 Chronicles 9:39 ) killed in battle with the Philistines at Mount Gilboa (1 Samuel 14:49 ; 1 Samuel 31:2 ; 1 Chronicles 10:2 )
The eldest son of David, by Ahinoam
of Jezreel (1 Chronicles 3:1 ; 2 Samuel 3:2 )
- The eldest son of David, by Ahinoam
The father Ahinoam
, the wife of Saul (1Samuel 14:50)
then moved to Hebron with David, where the people crowned him king (2 Samuel 2:2-4 )
, one of David's wives, probably belonged to this place (1 Samuel 27:3 )
- He now left Ziklag and returned to Hebron, along with his two wives, Ahinoam
and Abigail, and his band of 600 men
- David's wife Ahinoam
was from the southern city of Jezreel which is located in the vicinity of Ziph (1 Samuel 25:43-44 )
- The father of Ahinoam
, Saul's wife
- Rivulet, or who as God?, the younger of Saul's two daughters by his wife Ahinoam
(1 Samuel 14:49,50 )
- Father of Ahinoam
, wife of Saul
- Here David in his wanderings took Ahinoam
the Jezreelitess for his second wife
- City of Judah, from whence David married Ahinoam
- This fatal beauty inspired a frantic passion in her half-brother Amnon, the oldest son of David by Ahinoam
- The forced parting with her last husband, and David's accession of wives, Abigail and Ahinoam
, caused a coolness on her part after an interval of 14 years since she had enabled David to escape at Gibeah. ...
Blunt thinks that Michal meant by the "handmaids" her hated rivals Abigail and Ahinoam
, and that the gravamen of her pretended concern for his debasement rested here
- David, though very wroth, would not punish Amnon, because he was his firstborn by Ahinoam
- He also married Ahinoam
of Jezreel, but Saul gave Michal, David's first wife, to another man (1 Samuel 25:1 )
- (1 Samuel 23:14,22,25-29 ; 24:1-22 ; 26 ) He marries Abigail and Ahinoam
- His eldest son Amnon, whose mother was Ahinoam
of Jezreel, was guilty of a great and shameful crime (2 Samuel 13 )
- The episode connected with David’s dealings with Nabal, and his taking Abigail and Ahinoam
for his wives, also falls within this period ( 1Sa 24:1-22 ; 1 Samuel 25:1-44 ; 1 Samuel 26:1-25 )