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abihail father of might. (1.) num. 3:35. (2.) 1 chr. 2:29. (3.) 1 chr. 5:14. (4.) the second wife of king rehoboam (2 chr. 11:18), a descendant of eliab, david’s eldest brother. (5.) the father of esther and uncle of mordecai (esther 2:15).
a son of aaron who, with nadab, was destroyed by fire from heaven for disobeying the lord. lev. 10:1–5. historical examples the punishment of nadab and abihu by death for offering “strange fire” (x. 1-5) forms a natural sequel to chap. encyclopaedia britannica, 11th edition, volume 16, slice 5 various no one can imagine that […]
abihud father (i.e., “possessor”) of renown. (1.) one of the sons of bela, the son of benjamin (1 chr. 8:3); called also ahihud (ver. 7). (2.) a descendant of zerubbabel and father of eliakim (matt. 1:13, “abiud”); called also juda (luke 3:26), and obadiah (1 chr. 3:21).
abijam father of the sea; i.e., “seaman” the name always used in kings of the king of judah, the son of rehoboam, elsewhere called abijah (1 kings 15:1,7,8). (see abijah øt0000036, 5.) historical examples the reign of his son abijam (960–958) p-ssed in a like manner. history of the jews, vol. i (of 6) heinrich […]
- Ability grouping
. a system whereby students are separated into different groups or cl-sses according to test scores or relative scholastic ability, as to -ssure that gifted students are not inhibited by slower learners.