What does Malchijah mean in the Bible?

Greek / Hebrew Translation Occurance
מַלְכִּיָּֽה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 3
מַלְכִּיָּ֑ה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 2
וּמַלְכִּיָּ֖ה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 2
מַלְכִּיָּ֣ה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 2
לְמַלְכִּיָּה֙ the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 1
וּמַלְכִּיָּה֙ the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 1
מַלְכִּיָּ֖ה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 1
מַלְכִּיָּ֔ה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 1
מַלְכִּיָּה֙ the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 1
וּמַלְכִּיָּ֛ה the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah. / the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. / the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David. / one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra 1

Definitions Related to Malchijah

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   1 the father of Pashur in the time of Jeremiah.
   2 the son of Hammelech into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast.
   3 the head of the 5th course of priests in the time of David.
   4 one of the priests who was at the reading of the law by Ezra, sealed the covenant with Nehemiah, and was at the dedication of the wall with Nehemiah.
   5 a Levite ancestor of Asaph and descendant of Levi through Gershon.
   6 son of Parosh who put away a foreign wife in the time of Ezra.
   7 son of Harim who put away a foreign wife and helped repair the wall and the Tower of Ovens in the time of Ezra and Nehemiah.
   8 son of Rechab, leader of the district of Beth Haccerem, who helped repair the Refuse Gate in the time of Nehemiah.
   9 a goldsmith who helped repair the wall in the time of Nehemiah.
   Additional Information: Malchijah or Malchiah = “my king is Jehovah”.
   

Frequency of Malchijah (original languages)

Frequency of Malchijah (English)

Dictionary

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Malchijah
1. (See MALCHIAH.) 1 Chronicles 24:9.
2. Nehemiah 12:42.
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Malchiah, Malchijah
1. Son of Ethni, a Gershonite. 1 Chronicles 6:40 .
2. A priest, father of Pashur. 1 Chronicles 9:12 ; Nehemiah 11:12 ; Jeremiah 38:1 . Called MELCHIAHin Jeremiah 21:1 .
3. Head of the fifth course of priests. 1 Chronicles 24:9 .
4-6. Three who had taken strange wives. Ezra 10:25,31 .
7-9. Three who helped to repair the wall of Jerusalem. Nehemiah 3:11,14,31 .
10. One who stood by Ezra when he read the law. Nehemiah 8:4 .
11. Priest who sealed the covenant; and probably the same that assisted in the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem. Nehemiah 10:3 ; Nehemiah 12:42 .
12. Son of Hammelech, into whose dungeon Jeremiah was cast. Jeremiah 38:6 .
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Malchijah
MALCHIJAH. 1. A descendant of Gershom ( 1 Chronicles 6:40 [1]). 2. A priest, the father of Pashhur ( 1 Chronicles 9:12 , Nehemiah 11:12 ), same as Malchiah of Jeremiah 21:1 ; Jeremiah 38:1 . Jeremiah 38:3 . Head of the 5th course of priests ( 1 Chronicles 24:9 ), perhaps the same as the preceding. 4. 5. Two of the sons of Parosh, who had married foreign wives ( Ezra 10:25 bis ); called in 1E Esther 9:25 Malchias and Asibias respectively. 6. One of the sons of Harim who had married a foreign wife ( Ezra 10:31 ). In Nehemiah 3:11 he is mentioned as taking part in the repairing of the wall. He is called in Esther 9:32 Esther 9:32 Malchias. 7. Malchijah the son of Rechab repaired the dung-gate ( Nehemiah 3:14 ). 8. One of the guild of the goldsmiths who helped to repair the wall ( Nehemiah 3:31 ). 9. One of those who stood at Ezra’s left hand at the reading of the Law ( Nehemiah 8:4 ). 10. One of those who sealed the covenant ( Nehemiah 10:3 ), probably the same as No. 2. 11. A priest who took part in the ceremony of dedicating the wall ( Nehemiah 12:42 ).
Holman Bible Dictionary - Malchijah
(mal ki' juh) Personal name with long and short spelling meaning, “My King is Yahweh.” 1. Ancestor of the musician Asaph (1 Chronicles 6:40 ). 2 . Priest in David's time (1 Chronicles 24:9 ; compare 1 Chronicles 9:12 ; Nehemiah 11:12 ). 3 . Prince of Judah in Jeremiah's time, probably the father of Pashur (Jeremiah 21:1 ; Jeremiah 38:1 ,Jeremiah 38:1,38:6 ); 4.-6 . Three of Ezra's contemporaries with foreign wives (Ezra 10:25 ,Ezra 10:25,10:31 ); some modern translations replace the second Malchijah in the Hebrew text of Ezra 10:25 with Hashabiah, the early Greek reading. 7. One standing with Ezra at the reading of the law ( Nehemiah 8:4 ). 8 . Priest signing Ezra's covenant (Nehemiah 10:3 ); 9.-12 . Four contemporaries of Nehemiah involved in the rebuilding (Nehemiah 3:11 ,Nehemiah 3:11,3:14 ,Nehemiah 3:14,3:31 ) or dedication of the walls (Nehemiah 12:42 ). Several of the references in Ezra and Nehemiah may refer to the same person(s).
Morrish Bible Dictionary - Malchijah
See MALCHIAH.

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Malchiah - Malchijah
Malchiah - (mal ki' uh) Alternate form of Malchijah
Malkijah - (mal ki juh) NIV form of Malchiah (Malchijah)
Melchiah - (mehl ki' uh) KJV alternate form of Malchijah (Jeremiah 21:1 )
Asibias - One of the sons of Phoros or Parosh who agreed to put away his ‘strange’ wife; answering to Malchijah (2) in Ezra 10:25
Malchiah - A priest, the father of Pashhur ( Jeremiah 21:1 ; Jeremiah 38:1 ), same as Malchijah of 1 Chronicles 9:12 , Nehemiah 11:12
Malchijah - Malchijah. Malchijah the son of Rechab repaired the dung-gate ( Nehemiah 3:14 )
Harim - Father of Malchijah
Rechab - Father or ancestor of Malchijah, who assisted in Nehemiah's repair of Jerusalem's walls (Nehemiah 3:14 ), possibly identical with 2
Harim - To which family Malchijah the son of Harim, one of the builders of the wall ( Nehemiah 3:11 ), belonged cannot be determined
Pashur - Son of Malchijah, a priest, and ancestor of some who returned from exile
Malchijah - Three of Ezra's contemporaries with foreign wives (Ezra 10:25 ,Ezra 10:25,10:31 ); some modern translations replace the second Malchijah in the Hebrew text of Ezra 10:25 with Hashabiah, the early Greek reading
Cistern - The prophet Jeremiah was imprisoned in the cistern of Malchijah, King Zedekiah's son, (Jeremiah 38:6 NAS)
Rechab, Rechabites - Nehemiah 3:14 reports that Malchijah, the son of Rechab, the ruler of part of Bethhaccerem, assisted in re-fortifying Jerusalem. This Malchijah was doubly a townsman, living in a country town, and interested in the metropolis
Pash'ur -
One of the families of priests of the chief house of Malchijah
Measure - ...
Third, middâh sometimes represents a “measured portion” of a thing: “Malchijah the son of Harim, and Hashub the son of Pahath-moab, repaired the other piece, and the tower of the furnaces” (