What does Azariah mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
עֲזַרְיָ֖ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 5
עֲזַרְיָֽה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 3
עֲזַרְיָ֔ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 3
לַעֲזַרְיָ֖ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 3
וַעֲזַרְיָֽה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 2
עֲזַרְיָ֥ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 2
וַעֲזַרְיָה֙ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 2
וַעֲזַרְיָ֖הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 2
עֲזַרְיָ֤ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 2
עֲזַרְיָ֖הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָה֙ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
לַעֲזַרְיָ֖הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֑ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וְלַעֲזַרְיָ֖ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֥ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָ֧ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲ֠זַרְיָה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָה֩ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָ֧הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָהוּ֩ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָהוּ֮ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָ֤הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָ֣הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וְלַֽעֲזַרְיָ֨הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
לַעֲזַרְיָ֣הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֨הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֔הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֙הוּ֙ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֥הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָ֥הוּ son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֨ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
עֲזַרְיָ֑ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֖ה son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’. / the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. / son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew. / a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah. / son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5. / another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4. / a priest 1
וַעֲזַרְיָ֛ה the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord. 1

Definitions Related to Azariah

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   1 son of king Amaziah of Judah and king of Judah himself for 52 years; also ‘Uzziah’.
   2 the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord.
      2a also, ‘Abednego’ (05664 or 05665).
   3 son of Nathan and an officer of Solomon; perhaps David’s grandson and Solomon’s nephew.
   4 a prophet in the days of king Asa of Judah.
   5 son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 5.
   6 another son of king Jehoshaphat of Judah and brother to 4.
   7 a priest, son of Ahimaaz, grandson of Zadok and high priest in the reign of king Solomon.
   8 the high priest in the reign of king Uzziah of Judah.
   9 a priest who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah; probably same as 18.
      10 a Kohathite Levite, father of Joel in the reign of king Hezekiah of Judah.
      11 a Merarite Levite, son of Jehalelel in the reign of king Hezekiah of Judah.
      12 a Kohathite Levite, son of Zephaniah and ancestor of Samuel the prophet.
      13 a Levite who helped Ezra in instructing the people in the law.
      14 son of Jeroham and one of the temple captains of Judah in the time of queen Athaliah; probably the same as 21.
      15 son of Maaseiah who repaired part of the wall of Jerusalem in the time of Nehemiah.
      16 one of the leaders who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel.
      17 a man who assisted in the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem in the time of Nehemiah; probably the same as 10.
      18 son of Johanan, one of the captains of Ephraim in the reign of king Ahaz of Judah.
      19 a Judaite, son of Ethan of the sons of Zerah.
      20 a Judaite, son of Jehu of the family of the Jerahmeelites and descended from Jarha the Egyptian slave of Sheshan; probably one of the captains of the time of queen Athaliah and the same as 15.
      21 a priest, son of Hilkiah.
      22 a priest, son of Johanan.
      23 son of king Jehoram of Judah; probably clerical error for ‘Ahaziah’.
      24 son of Meraioth.
      25 son of Hoshaiah and one of the proud men who confronted Jeremiah.
      Additional Information: Azariah = “Jehovah has helped”.
      

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   1 the godly friend of Daniel who Nebuchadnezzar renamed Abednego; one of the three friends who with Daniel refused to make themselves unclean by eating food from the king’s table which went against the dietary laws which God had given the Jews; also one of the three who were thrown into the fiery furnace for refusing to bow down to a graven image of Nebuchadnezzar and who were saved by the angel of the Lord.
      1a also, ‘Abednego’ (05664 or 05665).
      Additional Information: Azariah = “Jehovah has helped”.
      

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American Tract Society Bible Dictionary - Azariah
A king of Judah, 2 Kings 15:1-7 . In 2 Chronicles 26:1-23 , and elsewhere, he is called Uzziah. He began to reign at sixteen years of age, B. C. 806. The first part of his reign was prosperous and happy; but afterwards, presuming to offer incense in the temple, he was smitten with leprosy, and continued a leper till his death, 2 Chronicles 26:16 - 23 . This name was very common among the Jews, and was borne by many briefly referred to in Scripture.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Azariah
("whom Jehovah helps".) (See UZZIAH), like in sense to Eleazar = whom God (Εl ) helps, and to LAZARUS.
1. 1 Chronicles 2:8.
2. Son of Ahimaaz (1 Chronicles 6:9), succeeded Zadok his grandfather in the high priesthood in Solomon's reign, Ahimaaz having died before Zadok (1 Chronicles 6:10, the "he" refers to the Azariah in 1 Chronicles 6:9). He officiated at the consecration of Solomon's temple, and was the first high priest that ministered in it.
3. Isaiah's contemporary, who with fourscore priests withstood so faithfully king Uzziah when burning in. tense (2 Chronicles 26:17-20).
4. Grandson of the Azariah 2, high priest under Abijah and Asa, as Amariah his son was in the days of Jehoshaphat son of Asa.
5. Azariah, son of Oded, also called simply Oded, a prophet along with Hanani; encouraged Asa in his religious reformation (2 Chronicles 15:1-8).
6. Chief priest of the house of Zadok, in Hezekiah's reign, who appointed chambers in the house of the Lord for storing the tithes and offerings, on which were dependent the attendance of the priests at the temple services (Nehemiah 10:35-39; Nehemiah 12:27-80; Nehemiah 12:44-47; 2 Chronicles 31:10-13).
7. 1 Chronicles 6:13; Ezra 7:1; 2 Kings 25:18.
8. Hebrew name of (See ABEDNEGO (Daniel 1:6-19; Daniel 1:3); of the seed royal of Judah; fulfilling the prophecy to Hezekiah (Isaiah 39:5-7); famed for beauty, wisdom, above all faithfulness unto death, and for his miraculous deliverance from the furnace.
9. 2 Chronicles 21:2.
10. Several others: 1 Chronicles 6:36 = Ezra, 1 Chronicles 9:11; Nehemiah 3:23-24; Nehemiah 8:7; 2 Chronicles 29:12; 2 Chronicles 28:12; compare Jeremiah 43:2; Nehemiah 12:32-33; 1 Chronicles 2:38-39; Azariah whose name proves that the genealogy in 1 Chronicles 2:36-41 was made in Hezekiah's reign, for Azariah (1 Chronicles 2:38) appears from 2 Chronicles 23:1; 2 Chronicles 24:1, to have been captain when Joash was seven years old, i.e. about one generation elder than Joash. After Azariah in that genealogy are six generations, ending with Elishama; and from Joash to Hezekiah also six; therefore Elishama was contemporary with Hezekiah. Zabad in 1 Chronicles 2:36-37 (compare 1 Chronicles 11:41) was contemporary of David.
11. Uzziah, meaning much the same, the might of Jehovah (2 Kings 14:21; 2 Kings 15:1-6).
Easton's Bible Dictionary - Azariah
Whom Jehovah helps.
Son of Ethan, of the tribe of Judah (1 Chronicles 2:8 ).
Son of Ahimaaz, who succeeded his grandfather Zadok as high priest (1 Chronicles 6:9 ; 1 Kings 4:2 ) in the days of Solomon. He officiated at the consecration of the temple (1 Chronicles 6:10 ).
The son of Johanan, high priest in the reign of Abijah and Asa (2 Chronicles 6:10,11 ).
High priest in the reign of Uzziah, king of Judah (2 Kings 14:21 ; 2 Chronicles 26:17-20 ). He was contemporary with the prophets Isaiah, Amos, and Joel.
High priest in the days of Hezekiah (2 Chronicles 31:10-13 ). Of the house of Zadok.
Several other priests and Levites of this name are mentioned (1 Chronicles 6:36 ; Ezra 7:1 ; 1 Chronicles 9:11 ; Nehemiah 3:23 , etc.).
The original name of Abed-nego (Daniel 1:6,7,11,16 ). He was of the royal family of Judah, and with his other two companions remarkable for his personal beauty and his intelligence as well as piety.
The son of Oded, a remarkable prophet in the days of Asa (2 Chronicles 15:1 ). He stirred up the king and the people to a great national reformation.
Holman Bible Dictionary - Azariah
(az uh ri' ah) Personal name meaning, “Yahweh has helped.” 1. Son and successor of Amaziah as king of Judah (792-740 B.C.). Also called Uzziah. See Uzziah. 2. High priest under Solomon (1 Kings 4:2 ) listed as son of Zadok (1 Kings 4:2 ) or of Ahimaaz (1 Chronicles 6:9 ), the son of Zadok (2 Samuel 15:27 ). If the latter is accurate, then son in 1 Kings 4:2 means descendant. 3. Son of Nathan in charge of the system of obtaining provisions for the court from the twelve government provinces ( 1 Kings 4:5 ). He would have supervised the persons listed in 1 Kings 4:7-19 . 4 . Great grandson of Judah (1 Chronicles 2:8 ). 5 . A member of the clan of Jerahmeel in the tribe of Judah (1 Chronicles 2:38-39 ). 6 . High priest, son of Johanan (1 Chronicles 6:10 ). 7 . High priest, son of Hilkiah (1 Chronicles 6:13-14 ) and father of Seraiah, who is listed as Ezra's father (Ezra 7:1 ). The list in Ezra is not complete. Apparently some generations have been omitted. 8. Member of family of Kohath, the Temple singers (1 Chronicles 6:36 ). Apparently called Uzziah in 1 Chronicles 6:24 . 9 . A priest, son of Hilkiah (1 Chronicles 9:11 ) may be same as 7. above. 10. Prophet, son of Oded, whose message gave King Asa (910-869 B.C.) courage to restore proper worship in Judah (2 Chronicles 15:1-8 ). 11 . Two sons of Jehoshaphat, king of Judah (873-848 B.C.) according to 2 Chronicles 21:2 . Perhaps the boys had different mothers, each of whom gave the son the common name Prayer of Azariah 12 . Son of Jehoram, king of Judah (852-841) according to 2 Chronicles 22:6 , but the correct name is probably Ahaziah as in 2 Kings 8:29 . Azariah represents a copyist's error in Chronicles. 13. Two military commanders of 100 men who helped Jehoiada, the high priest, depose and murder Athaliah as queen of Judah and install Joash as king (835-796). 14. High priest who led 80 priests to oppose King Uzziah of Judah (792-740) when he tried to burn incense in the Temple rather than let the priests. God struck Uzziah with a dreaded skin disease (2 Chronicles 26:16-21 ). 15 . A leader of the tribe of Ephraim under Pekah, king of Israel (752-732 B.C.), who rescued captives Pekah had taken from Judah, cared for their physical needs, and returned them to Jericho (2 Chronicles 28:5-15 ). 16 . A Levite whose son Joel helped cleanse the Temple under Hezekiah, king of Judah (715-686) (2 Chronicles 29:12-19 ). 17 . A Levite who helped cleanse the Temple (2 Chronicles 29:12-19 ). See 16. above. 18. Chief priest under King Hezekiah who rejoiced with the king over the generous tithes and offerings of the people (2 Chronicles 31:10-13 ). 19 . Son of Meraioth in the list of high priests and father of Amariah (Ezra 7:3 ) Since list in Ezra is incomplete, this Azariah may be same as 6. above. 20. Helper of Nehemiah in rebuilding wall of Jerusalem (Nehemiah 3:23 ). 21 . Man who returned from Exile with Zerubbabel (Nehemiah 7:7 ) about 537 B.C. He is called Seraiah in Ezra 2:2 . 22 . Man who helped Ezra interpret the law to the people in Jerusalem (Daniel 4:1-308 ). 23 . Man who put his seal on Nehemiah's covenant to obey God's law (Nehemiah 10:2 ). 24 . A leader of Judah, possibly a priest, who marched with Nehemiah and others on the walls of Jerusalem to celebrate the completion of rebuilding the city defense walls (Nehemiah 12:33 ). He may be identical with any one or all of 20.-23. above. 25. Friend of Daniel renamed Abednego by Persian officials. God delivered him from the fiery furnace (Daniel 1:7 ; 1619113812_40 ). See Jeremiah 42:1-43:7 ). Hebrew text reads Jezaniah in Jeremiah 42:1 .
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Azariah
AZARIAH . 1 . King of Judah; see Uzziah. 2 . 2 Chronicles 22:6 for Abaziah . 3 . 2 Chronicles 15:1-8 a prophet, son of Oded, who met Asa’s victorious army at Mareshah, and urged them to begin and persevere in a religious reform. 4 . High priest in the reign of Solomon ( 1 Kings 4:2 ). 5 . 1 Chronicles 6:10 , Ezra 7:3 , father of Amariah, who was high priest under Jehoshaphat. 6 . High priest in the reign of Uzziah ( 2 Chronicles 26:16-20 ); he withstood and denounced the king when he presumptuously attempted to usurp the priests’ office of burning incense upon the altar. 7 . High priest in the reign of Hezekiah ( 2 Chronicles 3:10 ; 2 Chronicles 3:13 ). 8 . 1 Chronicles 6:13-14 , Ezra 7:1 ( Ezerias , Esther 8:1 Esther 8:1 ; Azarias , 2E Esther 1:1 ), son of Hilkiah the high priest. 9 . 1 Kings 4:5 , a son of Nathan, who ‘was over the officers’ ( 1 Kings 4:7 ). 10 . 1 Chronicles 2:8 , son of Ethan whose wisdom was surpassed by that of Solomon ( 1 Kings 4:31 ). 11 . 1 Chronicles 2:38 , a man of Judah who had Egyptian blood in his veins ( 1 Chronicles 2:34 ). 12 . 1 Chronicles 6:36 , a Kohathite Levite (called Uzziah in 1 Chronicles 6:24 ). 13 . 14 . 2 Chronicles 21:2 , Azariah and Azariahu , two of the sons of Jehoshaphat. 15. 16 . 2 Chronicles 23:1 , Azariah and Azariahu , two of the five ‘captains of hundreds’ who assisted Jehoiada in the restoration of Joash. 17 . 2 Chronicles 28:12 , one of those who supported the prophet Oded when he rebuked the army of Israel for purposing to enslave the captives of Judah. 18. 19 . 2 Chronicles 29:12 , two Levites, a Kohathite and a Merarite. 20 . Nehemiah 3:23 , one of those who repaired the wall of Jerusalem. 21 . Nehemiah 7:7 (called Seraiah, Ezra 2:2 ; Zacharias , 1E Esther 5:8 ), one of the twelve leaders of Israel who returned with Zerubbabel. 22 . Nehemiah 8:7 ( Azarias , 1Es 9:48 ), one of those who helped the Levites to ‘cause the people to understand the law.’ 23 . Jeremiah 43:2 , son of Hoshaiah (the Maacathite, Jeremiah 40:8 ), also called Jezaniah ( Jeremiah 40:8 , Jeremiah 42:1 ) and Jaazaniah ( 2 Kings 25:23 ). He was one of the ‘captains of the forces’ who joined Gedaliah at Mizpah. 24 . The Heb. name of Abednego ( Daniel 1:6-7 ; Daniel 1:11 ; Daniel 1:19 ; Daniel 2:17 ).
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Azariah
A name common in the priestly family especially of Eleazar.
1. Descendant of Zadok. 1 Kings 4:2 .
2. Son of Nathan, over the officers. 1 Kings 4:5 .
3. Son of Amaziah king of Judah. See UZZIAH.
4. Son of Ethan, descendant of Judah. 1 Chronicles 2:8 .
5. Son of Jehu. 1 Chronicles 2:38,39 .
6. Son of Ahimaaz and grandson of Zadok. 1 Chronicles 6:9 .
7. Son of Johanan, descendant of Zadok, apparently the first high priest who ministered in Solomon's temple. 1 Chronicles 6:10,11 .
8. Son of Hilkiah the high priest in the time of Josiah. 1 Chronicles 6:13,14 ; 1 Chronicles 9:11 ; Ezra 7:1 .
9. Son of Zephaniah, descendant of Kohath. 1 Chronicles 6:36 .
10. Prophet, son of Oded, sent by God to encourage Asa to seek the Lord. 2 Chronicles 15:1 .
11,12. Two of the sons of Jehoshaphat, king of Judah. 2 Chronicles 21:2 .
13. Son of Jehoram, 2 Chronicles 22:6 : also called AHAZIAH,q.v.
14,15. Two of the captains who aided Jehoiada to place Joash on the throne. 2 Chronicles 23:1 .
16. The high priest who hindered Uzziah king of Judah from burning incense in the temple. 2 Chronicles 26:17,20 .
17. One of the 'heads' of the tribe of Ephraim who objected to the bringing into Samaria the captives from Judah. 2 Chronicles 28:12 .
18. Father of Joel, a Kohathite. 2 Chronicles 29:12
19. Son of Jehalelel, a Merarite 2 Chronicles 29:12 .
20. Priest of the family of Zadok in the time of Hezekiah. 2 Chronicles 31:10 .
21. One mentioned in the genealogy of Ezra. Ezra 7:3 .
22. Son of Maaseiah : he repaired a portion of the wall of Jerusalem. Nehemiah 3:23,24 .
23. One who returned from exile, Nehemiah 7:7 : supposed, as in the margin , to be the same as SERAIAHin Ezra 2:2 .
24. One who assisted in the reading of the law under Ezra. Nehemiah 8:7 .
25. One of the priests who sealed the covenant. Nehemiah 10:2 .
26. A prince of Judah who took part in the procession when the wall of Jerusalem was to be purified. Nehemiah 12:33 .
27. Son of Hoshaiah: he charged Jeremiah with prophesying falsely. Jeremiah 43:2 .
28. One carried away with Daniel to Babylon, probably of the seed royal: his name was changed to ABED-NEGO.q.v. Daniel 1:6-19 ; Daniel 2:17 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Azariah
He that hears the Lord
Chabad Knowledge Base - Azariah
(a) (c, 400 BCE) Exiled to Babylon together with Daniel, Hananiah, and Azariah, where they were trained to be chamberlains in the royal court. Despite the personal risk involved, they refused to eat the royal non-kosher cuisine. They were later appointed to government positions. They were thrown into a furnace after refusing to bow to an idol erected by Nebuchadnezzar. Miraculously, they emerged unscathed, as described in the Book of Daniel. (b) A common Jewish name.

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Azariahu - (az uh ri' uh hew) Long form of Azariah used by NAS, NIV in 2 Chronicles 21:2 to differentiate two men named Azariah. See Azariah
Oded - The father of the prophet Azariah ( 2 Chronicles 15:1 ). ]'>[1] is a mistake (through wrong marginal gloss or otherwise) for ‘Azariah
Jehalelel - A Merarite, father of Azariah
Amariah - High priest at a later period, a son of Azariah, and father of another Ahitub, 1 Chronicles 6:11 . In like manner, in the same list there are three persons named Azariah
Jehal'Elel - (who praises God ), a Merarite Levite, father of Azariah
Abednego - His Hebrew name was Azariah. See Daniel, Book of ; Azariah
Jecholiah, Jecoliah - Wife of Amaziah king of Judah, and mother of Azariah, or Uzziah
Aziei - An ancestor of Ezra ( 2E Esther 1:2 ); called Azariah , Ezra 7:3 , and Ozias , Esther 8:2 Esther 8:2
Jecholi'ah - (strong through Jehovah ) wife of Amaziah king of Judah, and mother of Azariah or Uzziah his successor
Jezaniah - In Jeremiah 43:2 the name is Azariah, which may be the correct reading in Jeremiah 4:1 rather than Jezaniah. See Azariah
Oded -
Father of the prophet Azariah (2 Chronicles 15:1,8 )
Anani'ah - (protected by Jehovah ) probably a priest, and ancestor of Azariah, who assisted in rebuilding the city wall in the days of Nehemiah
Anani'ah - (protected by Jehovah ) probably a priest, and ancestor of Azariah, who assisted in rebuilding the city wall in the days of Nehemiah
Hoshaiah - Father of Jezaniah, or Azariah
Oded - A prophet and father of the prophet Azariah
Abed'Nego - servant of Nego, perhaps the same as Nebo ), the Chaldean name given to Azariah, one of the three friends of Daniel, miraculously save from the fiery furnace
Oded - The father of Azariah
Daniel - 400 BCE) Together with Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, was exiled to Babylon and trained to be a chamberlain in the royal court. par ...
Daniel, the Book of: The book of Tanach describing the experiences of Daniel - and his friends Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah - in the Babylonian and Persian royal courts, as well as several of Daniel's prophecies
Helez - Son of Azariah, of the tribe of Judah
Jezaniah - He is called in 2 Kings 25:23 Jaazaniah, and is apparently to be identified also with Azariah of Jeremiah 43:2
Abednego - Servant of Nego (same as Nebo), the Chaldee name given to Azariah, one of Daniel's three companions (Daniel 2:49 )
Ananiah - Grandfather of Azariah who returned from exile
o'Ded -
The father of Azariah the prophet, in the reign of Asa
Jezaniah - Jeremiah 40:8; Jeremiah 42:1; apparently identical with Azariah, son of Hoshaiah (Jeremiah 43:2)
Azariah - Son of Ahimaaz (1 Chronicles 6:9), succeeded Zadok his grandfather in the high priesthood in Solomon's reign, Ahimaaz having died before Zadok (1 Chronicles 6:10, the "he" refers to the Azariah in 1 Chronicles 6:9). Grandson of the Azariah 2, high priest under Abijah and Asa, as Amariah his son was in the days of Jehoshaphat son of Asa. Azariah, son of Oded, also called simply Oded, a prophet along with Hanani; encouraged Asa in his religious reformation (2 Chronicles 15:1-8). Several others: 1 Chronicles 6:36 = Ezra, 1 Chronicles 9:11; Nehemiah 3:23-24; Nehemiah 8:7; 2 Chronicles 29:12; 2 Chronicles 28:12; compare Jeremiah 43:2; Nehemiah 12:32-33; 1 Chronicles 2:38-39; Azariah whose name proves that the genealogy in 1 Chronicles 2:36-41 was made in Hezekiah's reign, for Azariah (1 Chronicles 2:38) appears from 2 Chronicles 23:1; 2 Chronicles 24:1, to have been captain when Joash was seven years old, i. After Azariah in that genealogy are six generations, ending with Elishama; and from Joash to Hezekiah also six; therefore Elishama was contemporary with Hezekiah
Hoshaiah - The father of Jezaniah ( Jeremiah 42:1 ), or Azariah ( Jeremiah 43:2 )
Abednego - The Chaldee name, signifying 'servant of Nego,' given to Azariah, one of Daniel's companions
he'Lez - ) ...
A man of Judah, son of Azariah
Ananiah - Grandfather of Azariah, who helped Nehemiah repair Jerusalem (Nehemiah 3:23 )
Ananiah - Nehemiah 3:23 , the father of Maaseiah, and grandfather of Azariah, who took part in rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem
Joha'Nan -
Son of Azariah and grandson of Ahimaaz the son of Zadok, and father of Azariah, 3. (1 Chronicles 12:12 ) ...
The father of Azariah, an Ephraimite in the time of Ahaz
Oded - Father of the prophet Azariah (2 Chronicles 15:1 )
Jehohanan - ...
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The father of Azariah (2 Chronicles 28:12 )
Azari'ah - (whom the Lord helps ) a common name in Hebrew, and especially in the families of the priests of the line of Eleazar, whose name has precisely the same meaning as Azariah. ) ...
Another Azariah is inserted between Hilkiah, in Josiah's reign, and Seraiah who was put to death by Nebuchadnezzar, in (1 Chronicles 6:13,14 ) ...
Son of Zephaniah, a Kohathite, and ancestor of Samuel the prophet. ...
Azariah; the son of Oded, (2 Chronicles 15:1 ) called simply Oded in ver. 8, was a remarkable prophet in the days of King Asa, and a contemporary of Azariah the son of Johanan the high priest, and of Hanani the seer. (2 Chronicles 21:2 ) ...
In (2 Chronicles 22:6 ) Azariah is a clerical error for Ahaziah. ) Azariah was contemporary with Isaiah the prophet and with Amos and Joel. (Nehemiah 8:7 ) ...
One of the priests who sealed the covenant with Nehemiah (Nehemiah 10:2 ) and probably the same with the Azariah who assisted in the dedication of the city wall
Hoshai'ah - ...
The father of a certain Jezaniah or Azariah, who was a man of note after, the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezsar
Oded - Father of Azariah the prophet under Asa (2 Chronicles 15:1); in 2 Chronicles 15:8 "of Oded the prophet" must be an interpolation, for "the prophecy" in the Hebrew is absolute, not in the construct state as it would necessarily be if the words were genuine; besides not Oded but Azariah was "the prophet," the Alexandrinus manuscript and Vulgate read in 2 Chronicles 15:8 "Azariah son of Oded
Oded - The father of the prophet Azariah, who flourished in Asa's reign
Hadrach - refers to it in the account of his war with ‘Azariah the Judæan
Jaaz-Aniah - He is also called Azariah (Jeremiah 43:2 )
Johanan - Son of Azariah, a priest. An Ephraimite, father of Azariah
Zaraias - Esther 5:8 Esther 5:8 = Seraiah , Ezra 2:2 ; Azariah , Nehemiah 7:7
Obed - The father of Azariah ( 2 Chronicles 23:1 )
Mishael - (c, 400 BCE) Exiled to Babylon together with Daniel, Hananiah, and Azariah, where they were trained to be chamberlains in the royal court
Nebuchadnezzar - During the reign of Joiakim and Jehoiachin, Nebuchadnezzar exiled to Babylon many of the politically powerful Jews and members of the royal family, including Daniel and his colleagues Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah
Obed - Father of Azariah
Mera'Ioth - (1 Chronicles 6:61 ; 7:62 ) It is apparently another Meraioth who comes in between Zadok and Ahitub in the genealogy of Azariah
Abednego - This name was given to Azariah, by the Chaldeans. And what a change they wrought here, in the instance of this man! Azariah, or more properly speaking, Azar-Jah, meant, as the words themselves indeed express, the Lord is my help; from Azar, assistance; and Jab, Lord. So that from Azariah, to remind him, as often as he heard himself called, he might remember that JEHOVAH was his help; he is brought into remembrance whenever he now heard his name, that he was the servant of an idol, in whom there is no help
Jeroham - The father of Azariah, who helped Jehoiada in the overthrow of Athaliah ( 2 Chronicles 23:1 )
Hananiah - (a) (c, 400 BCE) Exiled to Babylon together with Daniel, Mishael, and Azariah, where they were trained to be chamberlains in the royal court
Azariah - (a) (c, 400 BCE) Exiled to Babylon together with Daniel, Hananiah, and Azariah, where they were trained to be chamberlains in the royal court
Chananiah - (a) (c, 400 BCE) Exiled to Babylon together with Daniel, Mishael, and Azariah, where they were trained to be chamberlains in the royal court
Azarias - 1Es 9:48 = Azariah of Nehemiah 8:7
Obed - Father of Azariah, a commander assisting in coronation of King Josiah (2 Chronicles 23:1 )
Jeroham - Father of Azariah a captain of a hundred
Amariah - High priest under Jehoshaphat, son of Azariah (1 Chronicles 6:11; 2 Chronicles 19:11), a seconder of that good king "in all matters of the Lord
Elath - Subsequently the town must have been destroyed, as we read in 2 Kings 14:22 of its being built by Azariah
Joel - Son of Azariah, a Kohathite. Son of Azariah, a Kohathite of Hezekiah's time
Mishael - (See DANIEL; ANANIAH; Azariah; MESHACH; ABEDNEGO
Abednego - Abednego (a-bĕd'ne-gô), servant of Nego or Nebo, a Chaldee name given to Azariah, one of the three captive young princes of Judah, who were Daniel's companions at the court of the king of Babylon
Seraiah - One of the twelve leaders who returned with Zerub babel, Ezra 2:2 = Nehemiah 7:7 Azariah , l Esther 5:8 Zaraias 7 . A priestly clan ( Nehemiah 10:2 ; Nehemiah 11:11 ; Nehemiah 12:2 ; Nehemiah 12:12 , Esther 5:8 Esther 5:8 = 1 Chronicles 9:11 Azariah )
Abednego - Servant of Nego; a Chaldee name give to Azariah, one of the three captive young princes of Judah, who were Daniel's companions at the court of the king of Babylon, Daniel 1:7
Jotham - The son of king Uzziah or Azariah and Jerushah
Geber - ’ But it is possible that the text should be emended so as to read ‘and one officer was over all the officers who were in the land,’ the reference being, not to Geber, but to Azariah, son of Nathan, mentioned in v
jo'Tham - ...
The son of King Uzziah or Azariah and Jerushah
Hadadezer - Eliezer, Ebenezer, Azariah , etc
Amari'ah - (2 Chronicles 19:11 ) He was the son of Azariah
Azariah - Azariah . 2 Chronicles 21:2 , Azariah and Azariahu , two of the sons of Jehoshaphat. 2 Chronicles 23:1 , Azariah and Azariahu , two of the five ‘captains of hundreds’ who assisted Jehoiada in the restoration of Joash
Abednego - Nebo or Mercury, the interpreter of the gods) for Azariah, one of Daniel's three companions, miraculously delivered from the furnace into which they were cast for not worshipping Nebuchadnezzar's golden image (Daniel 3)
Amariah - Son of Azariah of the tribe of Levi
Jotham - The son and successor of Uzziah, or Azariah, king of Judah, B
Elath, Eloth - Afterwards we read that it was built by Azariah, and was restored to Judah; but subsequently it was conquered by Rezin and held by the Syrians, until it became a frontier town of Rome
Amaziah - He was succeeded by his son Azariah, or Uzziah
o'Bed - ) ...
Father of Azariah, one of the captains of hundreds who joined with Jehoiada in the revolution by which Athaliah fell
Jer'Oham - (1 Chronicles 27:22 ) ...
Father of Azariah, one of the "captains of hundreds" in the time of Athaliah
Eleazar - ...
Eleazar ben Azariah, Rabbi (Circa 70 CE-circa 135 CE) Mishnaic sage
Jotham - Son and successor of Uzziah, or Azariah, king of Judah: he reigned sixteen years: B
Zadok - Zadok did not survive to the dedication of Solomon's temple, but Azariah his son or grandson (1 Chronicles 6:8-9) was then high priest (1 Chronicles 6:10; 1 Kings 4:2). His descendants continued in the high priesthood (compare 2 Chronicles 31:10, "Azariah of the house of Zadok chief priest") until the time of Antiochus Eupator. The double high priesthood of Zadok and Abiathar answers to that of the chief priest and second priest (2 Kings 25:18; Luke 3:2 "Annas and Caiaphas being high priest);" compare 2 Chronicles 31:10, "Azariah the chief priest of the house of Zadok
Nathan - His two sons, Zabad (1 Chronicles 2:36 ) and Azariah (1 Kings 4:5 ) occupied places of honour at the king's court
Elath - Edom revolted in the Israelite king Joram's days; Azariah (Uzziah) of Judah "built Elath and restored it to Judah" (2 Kings 8:20; 2 Kings 14:22)
Obed - Father of Azariah
Jehoahaz - The same with Ahaziah and Azariah
Azariah - Perhaps the boys had different mothers, each of whom gave the son the common name Prayer of Azariah 12 . Azariah represents a copyist's error in Chronicles. Son of Meraioth in the list of high priests and father of Amariah (Ezra 7:3 ) Since list in Ezra is incomplete, this Azariah may be same as 6
Ahaziah - Otherwise Jehoahaz, or Azariah, king of Judah, son of Jehoram and Athaliah; he succeeded his father B
Ahaziah - Called Jehoahaz (2Chronicles 21:17; 25:23), and Azariah (2Chronicles 22:6)
Seraiah - Leader of returning Exiles under Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:2 ); apparently the same as Azariah (Nehemiah 7:7 )
Maaseiah - Father of Azariah
Elath - It was again taken from them by Azariah, and by him left to his son, 2 Kings 14:22
Tiglath-Pileser Iii. - 741), a victory over Azariah (= Uzziah in Zadok - He was succeeded in his sacred office by his son Azariah (1 Kings 4:2 ; Compare 1 Chronicles 6:3-9 )
Ahimaaz - He was succeeded in the priesthood by his son Azariah
Uriah - Uriah probably succeeded Azariah, high priest under Uzziah, and preceded the Azariah under Hezekiah. Uriah's line ended probably in Azariah his successor, and Hilkiah was descended through another branch from Amariah in Jehoshaphat's reign
Asa - In the eleventh year of his reign, God gave him the victory over the vast army of the Cushite king Zerah; and the prophet Azariah encouraged him to go on in his work of reform
Daniel - ) notes that amongst his contemporaries were ‘a Hananiah ( Nehemiah 10:23 ), a Mishael ( Nehemiah 8:4 ), and an Azariah ( Nehemiah 10:2 ); but the coincidence is probably accidental
Seraiah - Son of Azariah, and high priest in the reign of Zedekiah. Supposed, as in the margin, to be called Azariahin Nehemiah 7:7
Nathan - Father of Azariah and Zabud
Amariah - 1 Chronicles 6:11 , Ezra 7:3 ( Amarias , Esther 8:2 Esther 8:2 , 2E Esther 1:2 ), son of Azariah, who is said to have ministered in Solomon’s temple
Ahaziah - Ahaziah is also called "Jehoahaz," 2 Chronicles 21:17; 2 Chronicles 25:23; and "Azariah," 2 Chronicles 22:6
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Among them all was found none like Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah
Hamath - 740 Azariah formed a league with it against Assyria
Abednego - the Chaldee name given by the king of Babylon's officer to Azariah, one of Daniel's companions, Daniel 1:7
Johanan - His son Azariah was high priest under Solomon (compare 1 Kings 4:2 )
Maaseiah - Father/ancestor of the Azariah participating in Nehemiah's rebuilding of the wall (Nehemiah 3:23 )
Johanan - Highpriest in Rehoboam's reign, as his father (See Azariah was in Solomon's reign. This requires the transposition of the clause, "he it is that executed the priest's office in the temple that Solomon built in Jerusalem" from 1 Chronicles 6:10 to follow Johanan's father "Azariah" in 1 Chronicles 6:9
Asa - He was counselled by Azariah not to forsake the Lord, which led to the spoil being offered to God, and to the king and his people entering into a covenant to seek the Lord
Ahazi'ah - He is Galled Azariah , (2 Chronicles 22:2 ) probably by a copyist's error, and JEHOAHAZ
Verecundus - ), Azariah, Hezekiah, Habakkuk, and Deborah, the prayer of Manasseh, and the thanksgiving of Jonah
Baruch - Azariah and Johanan after the capture of the city, when Jeremiah warned them against going to Egypt, said: "Baruch setteth thee on against us for to deliver us into the hand of the Chaldeans
Eliakim - Same as Azariah son of Hilkiah (1 Chronicles 6:13); the same man often bearing two names (Kimchi)
Joash - When Joash was 7 years of age, Jehoiada planned with Azariah and others, to place young Joash upon the throne, and to dethrone his grandmother, the wicked Athaliah; and the young king was crowned in the court of the temple with great solemnity
Zechariah - ZECHARIAH, son of Jehoiada, high priest of the Jews; probably the same as Azariah, 1 Chronicles 6:10-11
ma-Ase'Iah - (Ezra 10:30 ) ...
The father of Azariah
Jotham - King Jotham, son of Uzziah or Azariah and Jerushah
Ahimaaz - Comparing 1 Kings 4:2 with 1 Chronicles 6:10, some infer that Ahimaaz died before he attained the priesthood, and before his father Zadok, who was succeeded by Ahimaaz's son, Azariah
Deuterocanonical - The deuterocanonical parts of books are, the hymn of the three children; the prayer of Azariah; the histories of Susannah, or Bel and the Dragon; the last chapter of St
Ahaziah - He is called Azariah in 2 Chronicles 22:6 , and JEHOAHAZ in 2 Chronicles 21:17
Nathan - The two Nathans mentioned as fathers of Azariah and Zabud may be same man and identified as the prophet Nathan (1 Kings 4:5 ) during Solomon's reign
Tiglath-Pileser - Rost suggests that Azrian or Izrian (Azariah) of Judah played some part in this expedition, and among those who gave tribute was Menahem of Samaria ( 2 Kings 15:19 ). Azariah had died, and after the short reign of his son Jotham, Jehoahaz or Ahaz came to the throne
Esdraelon - He later slaughtered all the men of Ahab and Azariah and all the prophets of Baal there (2 Kings 10:1 )
High Priest - )...
The high priest at Solomon's dedication of the temple in the 11th year of his reign was probably Zadok's grandson, Azariah, son of Ahimaaz, for Zadok was old at Solomon's accession (1 Kings 4:2; 1 Chronicles 6:9-10); the notice that he executed the priest's office in Solomon's temple must refer to the Azariah of 1 Chronicles 6:9, not of 1 Chronicles 6:10. Jehoiada in Athaliah's and Joash's reigns, Zechariah, his son Azariah in Uzziah's reign, Urijah in Ahaz's reign, and Azariah under Hezekiah. (See AHAZ; Azariah. Excepting Jehoiada, who overthrew Athaliah, and Azariah who withstood Uzziah, the kings took the lead in great religious movements. David arranged the temple service and 24 priest courses; Solomon dedicated the temple; Jehoshaphat directed Amariah and the priests as to teaching the people; Hezekiah led the reformation, and urged on Azariah; Josiah encouraged the priests in the service of the Lord's house
Uzzia(h) - Also known as Azariah (2Kings 15:1,2Kings 15:6-8,2Kings 15:17,2Kings 15:23,2 Kings 15:27 ); son and successor of King Amaziah of Judah
Genealogy of the Lord Jesus - ' Ozias is placed as the son of Joram, but on consulting 1 Chronicles 3:11,12 (where for Ozias is read Azariah, as also in 2 Kings 14:21 ), it will be seen that three kings are omitted, Ahaziah, Joash, and Amaziah
Amaziah - He was buried with his ancestors in the city of David, and Uzziah, or Azariah, his son, about sixteen years of age, succeeded him
Daniel - He was chosen, with his three companions, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, to reside at Nebuchadnezzar's court, where he received a suitable education, and made great progress in all the sciences of the Chaldeans, but declined to pollute himself by eating provisions from the king's table, which would often be ceremonially unclean to a Jew, or defiled by some connection with idol-worship
Jehu -
The son of Obed, and father of Azariah (1 Chronicles 2:38 )
Amos - ...
Characteristics of the age...
Amos prophesied during the reigns of Jeroboam II in Israel and Azariah (or Uzziah) in Judah (Amos 1:1)
Nathan - ...
"Azariah son of Nathan was over the officers, and Zabud son of Nathan was the king's friend" under Solomon (1 Kings 4:5; 1 Chronicles 27:33; 2 Samuel 15:37)
Jehu - Son of Obed, and father of Azariah
Apocrypha - ...
The Roman Catholic Apocrypha consists of Tobit, Judith, the Additions to Esther, the Additions to Daniel (the Prayer of Azariah and the Three Young Men, Susanna, and Bel and the Dragon), the Wisdom of Solomon, Ecclesiasticus (also called Sirach), Baruch (also called 1Baruch), the Letter of Jeremiah, 1Maccabees, and 2Maccabees. The Prayer of Azariah and the Three Young Men, placed after Daniel 3:23 , is a prayer of trust in God offered up by Azariah (i
Tiglath Pileser - ) he warred in southern Syria and defeated a large army under Azariah (Uzziah) king of Judah, whose army Scripture states to be 307,500 (2 Chronicles 26:6-15)
Isaiah - He exercised the functions of his office during the reigns of Uzziah (or Azariah), Jotham, Ahaz, and Hezekiah (1:1)
Jehoiada - ) Then when Athaliah's tyranny and foreign idolatries had disgusted the people, he with great prudence and tact made a secret compact in the temple with the five captains of the king's body guard (literally, the executioners and runners), Azariah son of Jeroham, Ishmael, Azariah the son of Obed, Maaseiah, and Elishaphat
Isaiah - ...
Isaiah received the call to be a prophet ‘in the year that king Uzziah (or Azariah) died’ (Isaiah 6:1 ). If Azariah king of Judah and the Azriau king of Jaudi mentioned in Tiglath-pileser’s annals of the year 738 be identical, Isaiah’s call cannot be placed earlier than 738
Ahaziah - Azariah ("whom Jehovah helps," substantially equivalent to Ahaziah or Jehoahaz by transposition, a name sadly at variance with his character), in 2 Chronicles 22:6, may be a transcriber's error for Ahaziah
Edom - Under Amaziah, Judah conquered the mountain regions of Edom, and under Azariah it took control of Ezion-geber (2 Kings 14:7; 2 Kings 14:22)
Genealogy - So in Ezra's genealogy (Ezra 7:1-5, compare 1 Chronicles 6:4-15) five descents are omitted between Azariah Meraloth's son and Azariah Johanan's son; and several between Ezra himself and Seraiah, put to death 150 years before Ezra by Nebuchadnezzar
Assyria - Azariah (Uzziah) was an ally of the king of Hamath, and thus was compelled by Tiglath-pileser to do him homage and pay a yearly tribute
Tithes - Azariah the high priest told Hezekiah: "since the people began to bring the offerings into the house of the Lord we have bad enough to eat, and have left plenty, for the Lord hath blessed His people, and that which is left is this great store" (2 Chronicles 31:10)
Barachiah - is an account of the stoning of Zechariah the son of Jehoiada (LXX Septuagint B has ‘Azariah’ for ‘Zechariah,’ but Lagarde prints ‘Zechariah’) in the court of the house of the Lord
Asa - ...
The prophet Azariah met them, and said, "Hear ye me, Asa, and all Judah and Benjamin, The Lord is with you while ye be with him, and if ye seek him he will be found of you; but if ye forsake him, he will forsake you
High Priest - ...
Azariah, the son of Zadok, was the first individual to be explicitly identified as the “high priest” (1 Kings 4:2 ). A second Azariah was known for opposing King Uzziah's attempt to usurp the priests' right to offer incense (2 Chronicles 26:17-18 )
Stand - One who is “stationed” in a position is usually over someone else: “And Azariah the son of Nathan was over the officers [1] …” (1 Kings 4:5)
Damascus - Elath on the shore of the Red Sea, in Edom, built by Azariah of Judah on territory alleged to be Syrian, was "recovered" by Rezin
Ezra - EZRA (perhaps an abbreviation of Azariah = ‘Jahweh helps’), 1
Nebuchadnezzar - He took away several persons from Jerusalem; among others, Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, all of the royal family, whom the king of Babylon caused to be carefully educated in the language and learning of the Chaldeans, that they might be employed at court, 2 Kings 24:1 2 Chronicles 36:6 Daniel 1:1
Kings, Books of - ...
With the decline of Syrian power, Israel (under Jeroboam II) and Judah (under Azariah) enjoyed security and prosperity (14:23-15:7). But after Azariah’s death, Judah fell into chaos, which led eventually to the disastrous reign of Ahaz (15:8-16:20)
Jehoiakim - At this time Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, were taken to Babylon
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SIGNIFICANT DATES IN OLD TESTAMENT BIBLE HISTORY...
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Traditional...
Patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob)...
1700-1500...
2000...
Exodus...
1290...
1450...
Conquest...
1250...
1400...
Judges...
1200-1025...
1360-1025...
Kings...
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Kings of United Israel...
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Traditional...
Saul...
1025-1005...
1020-1004...
David...
1005-965...
1004-965...
Solomon...
965-925...
965-931...
Kings of the Divided Kingdom...
Judah...
Israel...
Critical...
Traditional...
Rehoboam...
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924-907...
931-913...
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Jeroboam...
924-903...
926-909...
Abijam (Abijah)...
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907-906...
913-910...
Asa...
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905-874...
910-869...
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Nadab...
903-902...
909-908...
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Baasha...
902-886...
908-886...
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Elah...
886-885...
886-885...
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Zimri...
885...
885...
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(Tibni, 1 Kings 16:21 )...
885-881...
885-880...
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Omri...
885-873...
885-874...
Jehoshaphat...
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874-850...
873-848...
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Ahab...
873-851...
874-853...
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Ahaziah...
851-849...
853-852...
Jehoram (Joram)...
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850-843...
853-841...
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Jehoram...
849-843...
852-841...
Ahaziah...
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843...
841...
Athaliah...
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843-837...
841-835...
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Jehu...
843-816...
841-814...
Joash (Jehoash)...
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837-796...
835-796...
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Jehoahaz...
816-800...
814-798...
Amaziah...
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798-767...
796-767...
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Joash (Jehoash)...
800-785...
798-782...
Uzziah (Azariah)...
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791-740...
792-740...
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Jeroboam II...
785-745...
793-753...
Jotham...
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750-742...
750-732...
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Zechariah...
745...
753-752...
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Shallum...
745...
752...
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Menahem...
745-736...
752-742...
Jehoahaz I (Ahaz)...
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742-727...
735-715...
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Pekahiah...
736-735...
742-740...
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Pekah...
735-732...
752-732...
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Hoshea...
732-723...
732-723...
Hezekiah...
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727-698...
715-686...
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Fall of Samaria ...
722 ...
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Manasseh...
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697-642...
696-642...
Amon...
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642-640...
642-640...
Josiah...
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639-606...
640-609...
Jehoahaz II...
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609...
609...
Jehoiakim...
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608-598...
609-597...
Jehoiachin...
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598-597...
597...
Zedekiah...
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597-586...
597-586...
Fall of Jerusalem ...
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586 ...
586 ...
BABYLONIAN EXILE AND RESTORATION UNDER PERSIAN RULE...
Jehoiachin and leaders exiled to Babylon including Ezekiel...
597...
Jerusalem destroyed, remaining leaders exiled to Babylon...
586...
Gedaliah set over Judea...
58...
Gedaliah assassinated...
581 (?)...
Jeremiah taken with other Judeans to Egypt...
581 (?)...
Judeans deported to Babylon...
581...
Cyrus, king of Persia...
559-530...
Babylon captured...
539...
Edict allowing Jews to return to Jerusalem under Zerubbabel...
538...
Temple restoration begun but quickly halted...
538...
Cambysses, king of Persia...
530-522...
Darius, king of Persia...
522-486...
Haggai and Zechariah lead rebuilding of Temple...
520-515...
Temple completed and rededicated...
515...
Xerxes, king of Persia...
486-465...
Artaxerxes I, king of Persia...
465-424...
Ezra returns to Jerusalem and teaches the law...
458...
Nehemiah returns to Jerusalem and rebuilds the walls...
445...
NOTE: Overlapping dates of kings such as between Uzziah and Jotham result from coregencies, that is, a father installing his son as king during the father's lifetime and allowing the son to exercise royal power
Poetry - Rabbi Azariah anticipated Bishop Lowth in the theory of parallelism
Nebuchadnezzar the Great - He took away several persons from Jerusalem; among others Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, all of the royal family, whom the king of Babylon caused to be carefully instructed in the language and in the learning of the Chaldeans, that they might be employed at court, Daniel , 1
Daniel, Book of - The Greek translation called the Septuagint introduced Daniel into the prophets and also introduced additional materials: the prayer of Azariah, the song of the three children, story of Susanna, Bel and the Dragon
Captivity - ) Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, of the blood royal of Judah, were among the captives
Genealogy of Jesus Christ - ]'>[1] (inserting Rahab and Ruth, and calling David ‘the king’), and agrees with 1 Chronicles 2:1-16 ; it then gives the names of the kings to Jechoniah, from 1 Chronicles 3:10-15 , but inserts ‘the [2] of Uriah’ and omits kings Abaziah, Joash, and Amaziah between Joram and Uzziah (= Azariah), and also Jehoiakim son of Josiah and father of Jechoniah (Coniah, Jeremiah 22:24 ) or Jehoiachin ( 2 Chronicles 36:8 )
Kings, 1 And 2 - Asa (1 Kings 15:11-14 ), Jehoshaphat (1 Kings 22:41-43 ), Jehoash (2 Kings 12:2-3 ), Azariah (2 Kings 15:3-4 ), and Jotham (2 Kings 15:34-35 ) were praised as having done what was right in the eyes of the Lord, but their praise is qualified with the addition that they allowed the worship of foreign gods to continue in Judah
Tombs - Uzziah, or Azariah, is said to have been buried "in the city of David," which is explained in 2 Chronicles 26:23, "in the field of the burial which belonged to the kings, for they said, He is a leper
Preaching - Shemaiah preached to Rehoboam, the princes, and all the people at Jerusalem, 2 Chronicles 12:5 ; Azariah and Hanani preached to Asa and his army, 2 Chronicles 15:1 ; 2 Chronicles 16:7 ; Micaiah, to Ahab
Holy Spirit - By the time of the divided kingdom, the Spirit is beginning to inspire and empower prophets, guiding individuals to specific places where they proclaim messages of salvation or judgment from God to appointed audiences (Elijah 1 Kings 18:12 ; 2 Kings 2:16 ; Micaiah 1 Kings 22:24 ; Azariah 2 Chronicles 15:1 ; Jahaziel 2 Chronicles 20:14 ; Zechariah son of Jehoiada 2 Chronicles 24:20 )
Genealogies of Jesus Christ - In the second section the names are from 1 Chronicles 3:1-16, but Joash, Amaziah, and Azariah are omitted before Jotham, and Jehoiakim before Jechoniah (= Jehoiachin)
Create, Creation - , Ahaziah, Joash, and Amaziah between Joram/Jehoram and Uzziah/Azariah in 1:8-9; Preaching - Azariah and Hanani preached to Asa and his army, 2 Chronicles 15:1-19 ; 2 Chronicles 16:1-14 ; 2 Chronicles 17:1-19 ; 2 Chronicles 18:1-34 ; 2 Chronicles 19:1 , &c
Sanhedrin - Azariah alternated as presidents, they counted seventy-two (Yad, ii