Character Study on Parosh

Character Study on Parosh

Ezra 2: The children of Parosh, two thousand an hundred seventy and two.
Ezra 10: Moreover of Israel: of the sons of Parosh; Ramiah, and Jeziah, and Malchiah, and Miamin, and Eleazar, and Malchijah, and Benaiah.
Nehemiah 3: Palal the son of Uzai, over against the turning of the wall, and the tower which lieth out from the king's high house, that was by the court of the prison. After him Pedaiah the son of Parosh.
Nehemiah 7: The children of Parosh, two thousand an hundred seventy and two.
Nehemiah 10: The chief of the people; Parosh, Pahathmoab, Elam, Zatthu, Bani,

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Hitchcock's Bible Names - Parosh
A flea; the fruit of a moth
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Parosh
A family who returned from exile, one of whom sealed the covenant, and some had married strange wives. Ezra 2:3 ; Ezra 10:25 ; Nehemiah 3:25 ; Nehemiah 7:8 ; Nehemiah 10:14 .

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Parosh
Ezra 2:3; Nehemiah 7:8; Nehemiah 8:3; Nehemiah 10:25; Nehemiah 3:25; Nehemiah 10:14.

Holman Bible Dictionary - Parosh
(pay' rahssh) Personal name meaning, “flea.” 1. Ancestor of a postexilic family (Ezra 2:3 ; Ezra 8:3 ; KJV, Pharosh; Ezra 10:25 ; Nehemiah 7:8 ). 2 . One of the witnesses to Ezra's renewal of the convenant (Nehemiah 10:14 ), possibly the father of Pedaiah (Nehemiah 3:25 ). This Parosh was likely the chief member of the family above.



Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Parosh
PAROSH. The name of a post-exilic family ( Ezra 2:3 = Nehemiah 7:8 ) Ezra 8:3 ; Ezra 10:25 , Nehemiah 3:25 ; Nehemiah 10:14 . The Gr. form Phoros is adopted in Esther 5:9 Esther 5:9 ; 1Es 8:30 ; Esther 9:26 Esther 9:26 .

The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary - Parosh
We read of the tribe of Parosh, Ezra 2:3. Perhaps his name is derived from Parah, to produce; and Hash, moth; and if so, the meaning might be, life is but vanity.

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Pha'Rosh - (Ezra 8:3 ) [See Parosh]
Pharosh - (fay' rahssh) KJV alternate form of Parosh (Ezra 8:3 )
Jezi'ah - (whom Jehovah expiates ), a descendant of Parosh, who had married a foreign wife
Pharosh - The Hebrew is the same as Parosh
Phoros - PHOROS ( Esther 5:9 Esther 5:9 ; 1Es 8:30 ; 1E Esther 9:26 ) = Parosh (wh
Ramiah - One of the sons of Parosh who had married a foreign wife ( Ezra 10:25 [ Esther 9:26 Esther 9:26 Hiermas ])
Asibias - One of the sons of Phoros or Parosh who agreed to put away his ‘strange’ wife; answering to Malchijah (2) in Ezra 10:25
Parosh - We read of the tribe of Parosh, Ezra 2:3
Pedaiah - —the son of Parosh, Nehemiah 3:25, Saved of the Lord, from Padah and Jah
Parosh - Parosh
Parosh - This Parosh was likely the chief member of the family above
pu'Rosh - The descendants of Parosh, in number 2172, returned front Babylon with Zerubbabel
Pedaiah - Son of Parosh: he helped to repair the wall of Jerusalem
Pedaiah - Son of Parosh assisting in Nehemiah's repair of the wall (Nehemiah 3:25 )
Pedaiah - A man of the family of Parosh, who repaired the wall of Jerusalem ( Nehemiah 3:25 )
Malchijah - Two of the sons of Parosh, who had married foreign wives ( Ezra 10:25 bis ); called in 1E Esther 9:25 Malchias and Asibias respectively
Elea'Zar - ) ... One of the sons of Parosh, an Israelite (i
Eleazar - Son of Parosh, who married arid put away an alien wife (Ezra 10:25)
Zechariah - One of the family of Parosh ( Ezra 8:11 [ 1Es 8:30 Zacharias ])
Name, Names - Names like Hezir (‘swine’), Achbor (‘mouse’), Parosh (‘flea’) favour this explanation