What does Jezaniah mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
וִֽיזַנְיָ֙הוּ֙ son of Hoshaiah the Maachathite and one of the captains who escaped from Jerusalem during the last siege of the Babylonians; one of the first to return to Gedaliah at Mizpah where he took a prominent part after the assassination of Gedaliah. 1
וִֽיזַנְיָ֖ה son of Hoshaiah the Maachathite and one of the captains who escaped from Jerusalem during the last siege of the Babylonians; one of the first to return to Gedaliah at Mizpah where he took a prominent part after the assassination of Gedaliah. 1

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   1 son of Hoshaiah the Maachathite and one of the captains who escaped from Jerusalem during the last siege of the Babylonians; one of the first to return to Gedaliah at Mizpah where he took a prominent part after the assassination of Gedaliah.
   Additional Information: Jezaniah = “Jehovah has listened”.
   

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Dictionary

Holman Bible Dictionary - Jezaniah
(jeh zuh ni' uh) Personal name meaning, “Yahweh gave ear.” 1. Army captain loyal to Gedaliah, the governor Babylon appointed over Judah immediately after Babylon destroyed Jerusalem and took the Jewish leaders into Exile about 586 B.C. (Jeremiah 40:8 ). Jezaniah was one of the captains who refused to believe Jeremiah's prophecy calling the people to remain in Judah. Rather, he helped carry Jeremiah into Egypt (Jeremiah 42-43 ). In Jeremiah 43:2 the name is Azariah, which may be the correct reading in Jeremiah 4:1 rather than Jezaniah. See Azariah .
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Jezaniah
JEZANIAH . A Judahite military officer who joined Gedaliah at Mizpah ( Jeremiah 40:8 ). He is called in 2 Kings 25:23 Jaazaniah, and is apparently to be identified also with Azariah of Jeremiah 43:2 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names - Jezaniah
Nourishment
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Jezaniah
See JAAZANIAH.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Jezaniah
Jeremiah 40:8; Jeremiah 42:1; apparently identical with Azariah, son of Hoshaiah (Jeremiah 43:2). Associated with Johanan in the flight to Egypt, in spite of God's warning by Jeremiah. JAAZANIAH in 2 Kings 25:23. (See JAAZANIAH.)

Sentence search

Hoshaiah - The mother of Jezaniah
Jezani'ah - ) When the Babylonians had departed, Jezaniah, with the men under his command, was one of the first who returned to Gedaliah at Mizpah. In the events which followed the assassination of that officer Jezaniah took a prominent part
Jezaniah - Jezaniah was one of the captains who refused to believe Jeremiah's prophecy calling the people to remain in Judah. In Jeremiah 43:2 the name is Azariah, which may be the correct reading in Jeremiah 4:1 rather than Jezaniah
Hoshaiah - Father of Jezaniah, or Azariah
Jezaniah - Jezaniah
Hoshaiah - The father of Jezaniah ( Jeremiah 42:1 ), or Azariah ( Jeremiah 43:2 )
Hoshai'ah - ...
The father of a certain Jezaniah or Azariah, who was a man of note after, the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezsar
Jaazaniah - A Judæan, one of the military commanders who came to Mizpah to give in their allegiance to Gedaliah ( 2 Kings 25:23 = Jeremiah 40:8 Jezaniah )
Jaazaniah - Called Jezaniah in Jeremiah 40:8 ; Jeremiah 42:1
Azariah - 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 )
Gedaliah - ...
Jeremiah, when given his choice by Nebuzaradan where he should dwell, attached himself to Gedaliah, who was joined also by a promiscuous multitude of "men, women, and children, and of the poor of the land"; also by Ishmael of the blood royal, Johanan and Jonathan, Seraiah, the sons of Ephai, Jezaniah, and their men; also by the Jews who had been driven to Moab, Ammon, and Edom, but who now with reassured confidence began to gather, as formerly, "wine and summer fruits
Azari'ah - (Nehemiah 12:33 ) ...
(Jeremiah 13:2 ) (Jezaniah)
Azariah - Hebrew text reads Jezaniah in Jeremiah 42:1