Character Study on Amashai

Character Study on Amashai

Nehemiah 11: And his brethren, chief of the fathers, two hundred forty and two: and Amashai the son of Azareel, the son of Ahasai, the son of Meshillemoth, the son of Immer,

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Easton's Bible Dictionary - Amashai
The son of Azareel, appointed by Nehemiah to reside at Jerusalem and do the work of the temple (Nehemiah 11:13 ).
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Amashai
The people's gift
Holman Bible Dictionary - Amashai
(aym uh ssi' uh) or AMASHSAI (NAS, TEV). Personal name of priest after the Exile (Nehemiah 11:13 ).

Morrish Bible Dictionary - Amashai
Priest who dwelt at Jerusalem after the return from exile. Nehemiah 11:13 .

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Maasai - One of the priests returning from Exile (1 Chronicles 9:12 ), Maasai is likely identical with Amashai (Nehemiah 11:13 )
Azarel - Father of Amashai, head of a priestly family who lived in Jerusalem under Nehemiah (Nehemiah 11:13 )
Aza're-el, - ) ... Father or ancestor of Maasiai, or Amashai, a priest who dwelt in Jerusalem after the return from Babylon