What does Hanameel mean in the Bible?

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Holman Bible Dictionary - Hanameel
(huh nam' ih ehl) Personal name meaning, “God is gracious.” Uncle of Jeremiah from whom the prophet bought the field in Anathoth (Jeremiah 32:7-12 ). Jeremiah's act symbolized God's long-range plans to restore the people to the land after Exile.
Easton's Bible Dictionary - Hanameel
Whom God has graciously given, the cousin of Jeremiah, to whom he sold the field he possessed in Anathoth, before the siege of Jerusalem (Jeremiah 32:6-12 ).
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Hanameel
Son of Shallum, Jeremiah's cousin, from whom the prophet in prison bought a field in Anathoth while Jerusalem was being besieged by the Chaldeans, as a token to assure the Jews that a time of security would hereafter come when their land would once more be a safe possession (Jeremiah 32:7-12; Jeremiah 32:44). Anathoth being a sacerdotal city with a thousand cubits of suburban fields, the land could not be alienated (Leviticus 25:25; Leviticus 25:34); but this did not prevent sales within the tribe of Levi, on the failure of the owner the next of kin could redeem the land.
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Hanameel
The grace that comes from God; gift of God
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Hanameel
Son of Shallum, and cousin of Jeremiah the prophet, of whom, when Jerusalem was besieged by the Chaldeans, the prophet bought a field, as a token that Jehovah would surely fulfil His word that houses, fields, and vineyards would be possessed again in that land. Jeremiah 32:7-15 .

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Hanamel - (han' uh mehl) Modern translation spelling of Hanameel. See Hanameel
Baruch - He helped Jeremiah purchase a field from the prophet's cousin Hanameel and used the purchase as a symbol of hope (Jeremiah 32:12 )
Baruch - During the siege of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar, he was the keeper of the deed of purchase Jeremiah had made of the territory of Hanameel (Jeremiah 32:12 )
Anathoth - Though Jeremiah was opposed and threatened by the citizens of Anathoth (Jeremiah 11:21-23 ) he purchased a field there from his cousin Hanameel in obedience to the word of the Lord to symbolize ultimate hope after Exile (Jeremiah 32:6-15 )
Redeemer - Jeremiah redeemed the field of his nephew Hanameel, which was on the point of being sold to another, Jeremiah 32:7,8
Shallum - Father of Hanameel and uncle of Jeremiah
Witness - Thus “witness” takes on the new nuance of those able and willing to affirm the truth of a transaction by affixing their signatures: “And I gave the evidence of the purchase unto Baruch the son of Neriah … in the sight of Hanameel mine uncle’s son, and in the presence of the witnesses that subscribed the book of the purchase …” ( Jeremi'ah - On the return of the Chaldean army he showed his faith in God's promises, and sought to encourage the people by purchasing the field at Anathoth which his kinsman Hanameel wished to get rid of
Jeremi'ah - On the return of the Chaldean army he showed his faith in God's promises, and sought to encourage the people by purchasing the field at Anathoth which his kinsman Hanameel wished to get rid of
Redeem - 32:7: “Behold, Hanameel the son of Shallum thine uncle shall come unto thee, saying, Buy thee my field that is in Anathoth: for the right of redemption is thine to buy it
Jeremiah - The prophet adds deeds to words: he takes the opportunity of buying, before witnesses, a field at Anathoth offered during the siege by his cousin Hanameel, in token that ‘houses and fields and vineyards shall yet again be bought in this land’ ( Jeremiah 32:15 )