Character Study on Jehoiarib

Character Study on Jehoiarib

1 Chronicles 9: And of the priests; Jedaiah, and Jehoiarib, and Jachin,
1 Chronicles 24: Now the first lot came forth to Jehoiarib, the second to Jedaiah,

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Jehoiarib
(jih hoy' aw rihb) Personal name meaning, “Yahweh creates justice.” 1. Priest who was one of first settlers to return to Jerusalem from Babylonian Exile about 538 B.C. (1 Chronicles 9:10 ; compare Nehemiah 12:6 ). 2 . Head of first course or division of priests (1 Chronicles 24:7 ; compare Nehemiah 12:19 ). This listing follows Hebrew text. English translations are not always consistent in transliterating this name and its shortened form Joiarib. See Joiarib .

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Jehoiarib
("Jehovah will defend".) 1 Chronicles 9:10; 1 Chronicles 24:7. A descendant of his is mentioned in Nehemiah 11:10, also descendant representatives of nearly all the old courses (1 Chronicles 12:6; 1 Chronicles 12:19). But the Talmud makes these professed representatives of the old 24 courses to have been not really descendants from the original heads, except from four of them, Jedaiah, Immer, Pashur, and Harim, for which the Babylonian Talmud has Joiarib (as implied in Ezra 2:36-39; Nehemiah 7:39-42); and that these four were subdivided into six each to make the 24; and that the 24 took the old names (Luke 1:5).

The Asmonaean family and Josephus belonged to the course of Jehoiarib. The Talmud view is not favored by Nehemiah 10:2-8, which enumerates 21 courses, of Nehemiah's time: Nehemiah 12:1-7; Nehemiah 12:19, also enumerates 22 courses of Zerubbabel's time, among them Jehoiarib, of whose course Mattenai was chief in Jehoiakim's days. Jehoiarib is added in Nehemiah 12:6, not appearing in Nehemiah 10:2-8; from which Lord A. C. Hervey infers that Jehoiarib did return from Babylon, but later than Zerubbabel's time, and that his name was added to the list subsequently.

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Jehoiarib
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Morrish Bible Dictionary - Jehoiarib
1. Priest in Jerusalem, on the return from exile. 1 Chronicles 9:10 .

2. Head of the first course of priests. 1 Chronicles 24:7 .

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Jehoiarib
JEHOIARIB ( 1 Chronicles 9:10 ; 1 Chronicles 24:7 , elsewhere Joiarib ; called in 1M Malachi 2:1 Joarib ). The name of one of the twenty-four courses of priests; first in David’s time ( 1 Chronicles 24:7 ), but seventeenth in the time of Zerub. ( Nehemiah 12:6 ) and of the high priest Joiakim ( Nehemiah 12:19 ). The name is omitted, probably by accident, in the list of the priests that ‘sealed to the covenant’ ( Nehemiah 10:1-39 ). The clan is mentioned among those that dwelt in Jerusalem in the time of Nehemiah ( Nehemiah 11:10 ).

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Jehoiarib
Jehovah defends, a priest at Jerusalem, head of one of the sacerdotal courses (1 Chronicles 9:10 ; 24:7 ). His "course" went up from Babylon after the Exile (Ezra 2:36-39 ; Nehemiah 7:39-42 ).

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Jesheb'e-ab - ( 1 Chronicles 24:13 ) [Jehoiarib ]
Joiarib - (See Jehoiarib
Jehoiarib - ... The Asmonaean family and Josephus belonged to the course of Jehoiarib. The Talmud view is not favored by Nehemiah 10:2-8, which enumerates 21 courses, of Nehemiah's time: Nehemiah 12:1-7; Nehemiah 12:19, also enumerates 22 courses of Zerubbabel's time, among them Jehoiarib, of whose course Mattenai was chief in Jehoiakim's days. Jehoiarib is added in Nehemiah 12:6, not appearing in Nehemiah 10:2-8; from which Lord A. Hervey infers that Jehoiarib did return from Babylon, but later than Zerubbabel's time, and that his name was added to the list subsequently
Joiarib - See also Jehoiarib
Joiarib - (Whom Jehovah defends) = Jehoiarib
Joarib - to 1 Chronicles 24:7 this family, there called that of Jehoiarib , was the first of the twenty-four courses of priests
jo-i'Arib - ) ... The founder of one of the courses of priests, elsewhere called in full Jehoiarib
Joiarib - (joy uh rihb) Short form of Jehoiarib meaning, “Yah establishes justice
Jedaiah (1) - Jehoiarib and Jedaiah represent two classes of the priesthood (1 Chronicles 9:10)
Jehoiarib - Jehoiarib ( 1 Chronicles 9:10 ; 1 Chronicles 24:7 , elsewhere Joiarib ; called in 1M Malachi 2:1 Joarib )
Dates (2) - 70, when Jerusalem was taken, was the first, Jehoiarib (Taanith on ‘Fasting,’ p