What does Dodavah mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
דֹּדָוָ֙הוּ֙ a man of Mareshah in Judah 1

Definitions Related to Dodavah


   1 a man of Mareshah in Judah, the father of Eliezer, who denounced Jehoshaphat’s alliance with Ahaziah.
   Additional Information: Dodavah = “beloved of Jehovah”.

Frequency of Dodavah (original languages)

Frequency of Dodavah (English)


Holman Bible Dictionary - Dodavah
(dahd' uh vah) or DODAVAHU (doh da vuh' hyoo) Personal name meaning, “beloved of Yahweh.” Father of Eliezer the prophet (2 Chronicles 20:37 ).
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Dodavah
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Dodavah
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Dodavah
Father of Eliezer who prophesied against Jehoshaphat. 2 Chronicles 20:37 .

Sentence search

Dodavahu - DodavahU (‘beloved of J″ [2] Dodavah )
Eliezer - The son of Dodavah, who prophesied against Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 20:37 )
Elie'Zar - (1 Chronicles 27:16 ) ...
Son of Dodavah, of Mareshah in Judah, (2 Chronicles 20:37 ) a prophet, who rebuked Jehoshaphat for joining himself with Ahaziah king of Israel
Eliezer - Son of Dodavah: he was the prophet who rebuked Jehoshaphat for joining himself with Ahaziah king of Israel, for Ahaziah 'did very wickedly
Ahaziah - He was in alliance with Jehoshaphat in building ships at Ezion Geber to go to Tarshish; but the ships were wrecked, the Lord, as He intimated by Eliezer son of Dodavah of Mareshah, thereby manifesting disapproval of the alliance of the godly, with Ahaziah "who did very wickedly
Jehoshaphat - )...
Then Eliezer, son of Dodavah, prophesied," because thou hast joined thyself with Ahaziah, the Lord shall break (the perfect is prophetical, not hath broken) thy works
Chronicles, the Books of - Jehoshaphat's garrisoning the cities of Judah and of Ephraim; removal of high places and groves; sending his princes and Levites throughout the land to teach the people in "the book of the law of the Lord" (2 Chronicles 17-18); reproval by Jehu, son of Hanani the seer, and by Eliezer, son of Dodavah of Mareshah, for his alliance with the ungodly kings of Israel; instructions to the judges; victory over the vast, allied forces of Ammon and Moeb (2 Chronicles 19-20)