What does Ahiah mean in the Bible?

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American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Ahiah
Son of Ahitub, and high priest in the reign of Saul, 1 Samuel 14:3 . He was probably the brother of his successor Ahimelech, slain by Saul, 1 Samuel 22:9 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Ahiah
Brother of the Lord
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Ahiah
AHIAH . See Ahijah.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Ahiah
(uh hi' uh) Personal name meaning, “Yahweh is my brother.” Variant spelling of Ahijah but not used consistently by English translations to reflect Hebrew spellings: 1. achiyah —1Samuel 14:3,1 Samuel 14:18 ; 2 Samuel 23:34 ; 1 Kings 4:3 ; 1 Kings 11:29-30 ; 1 Kings 12:15 ; 1Kings 14:2,1 Kings 14:4 ; 1 Kings 15:27-33 ; 1 Chronicles 2:25 ; 1 Chronicles 8:7 ; 1 Chronicles 11:36 ; 1 Chronicles 26:20 ; 2 Chronicles 9:29 ; Nehemiah 10:27 . 2 . achiyahu —1Kings 14:4-6,1 Kings 14:18 ; 2 Chronicles 10:15 . 3 . achyo —2 Samuel 6:3-4 ; 1 Chronicles 8:14 , 1 Chronicles 8:31 ; 1 Chronicles 9:37 ; 1 Chronicles 13:7 . The variation occurs because the Hebrew divine name Yahweh can be abbreviated several ways when joined with another word to form a proper name. Three of the possible forms are illustrated here: yah, yahu, yo. Still more complicating is the English system of transliterating the Hebrew letter yodh sometimes with y, sometimes with j, and sometimes with i. See Ahijah .
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Ahiah
1. Son ofAhitub, and priest in the days of Saul. 1 Samuel 14:3,18
2. Son of Shisha, and a scribe or secretary to Solomon. 1 Kings 4:3 .
3. Descendant of Benjamin. 1 Chronicles 8:7 .
People's Dictionary of the Bible - Ahiah
Ahiah (a-hî'ah), friend of Jehovah. 1. Supposed by some to be the same with Abimelech, 1 Samuel 21:1, was the son of Ahitub, and his successor in the priest's office. 1 Samuel 14:3; 1 Samuel 14:18. See Ahimelech and Ahitub. 2. Ahiah (A. V.), or, Ahijah (R. V.), son of Shisha, one of Solomon's scribes. 1 Kings 4:3. 3. A descendant of Benjamin. 1 Chronicles 8:7.

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Ahijah - Same with Ahiah
Ahiah - Ahiah
Shisha - Father of Elihoreph and Ahiah, royal scribes under Solomon
Ahiah - Ahiah (a-hî'ah), friend of Jehovah. Ahiah (A
Ehi - Ahiram is probably the full name (Numbers 26:38); 1 Chronicles 8:1, Aharah; 1 Chronicles 8:4, Ahoah; 1 Chronicles 8:7, Ahiah
Ahoah - He is also called Ahiah (verse 7) and Iri (1Chronicles 7:7)
Shi'Sha - (Jehovah contends ), father of Elihoreph and Ahiah, the royal secretaries in the reign of Solomon
Aho'ah - ( 1 Chronicles 8:4 ) In (1 Chronicles 8:7 ) he is called Ahiah
e'hi - 4, Ahiah, ver
Ahijah - ]'>[1] Ahiah ), a priest, son of Ahitub, who had charge of the oracular ephod and consulted it for Saul [2]. ]'>[1] Ahiah ), son of Ehud, a Benjamite: at 1 Chronicles 8:4 Ahoah , but LXX [6] Ahiah ), a layman who joined Nehemiah in signing the covenant
Manahath - 1 Chronicles 8:6-8; "the heads of the fathers of Geba, they removed them (led them captive, Qeri) to Manahath," "they," namely, Naaman, Ahiah, and Gera, and of these three Gera in particular, "he removed them" (led them captive)
Ahimelech - By an error of the scribes he is called "Abimelech," 1 Chronicles 18:16; also "Ahiah," 1 Samuel 14:3; and he is sometimes confounded with Abiathar
Ahitub - The grandson of Ell, and father of Ahiah or Ahimelech
Ahimelech - Son of Ahitub, and brother of Ahiah, whom he succeeded in the high priesthood
Ahi'ah - (1 Samuel 14:3,18 ) Ahiah is probably the same person as Ahimelech the son of Ahitub
Ahijah - called "Ahiah
Gibeah - Jonathan however held a force in Gibeah (1 Samuel 14:2) where Saul, Samuel, and Ahiah the priest with the ephod joined him from Gilgal (1 Samuel 13:7)
Saul - )...
The same reckless and profane impatience appears in Saul; he consults Jehovah by the priest Ahiah (1 Samuel 14:18 read with Septuagint, "bring here the ephod, for he took the ephod that day in the presence of Israel"; for the ark was not usually taken out, but only the ephod, for consultation, and the ark was now at Kirjath Jearim, not in Saul's little camp); then at the increasing tumult in the Philistine host, impatient to join battle, interrupted the priest, "withdraw thine hand," i
High Priest - During the captivity of the ark and its neglect in Saul's days Samuel the prophet stands prominent as the interpreter of God's will, and Ahiah the high priest is more in the background (Judges 20:27-28; 1 Chronicles 13:3; 1 Samuel 7:2; 1 Samuel 14:18)