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 graetz

and abijam slept with his fathers; and they buried him in the city of david: and asa his son reigned in his stead.
the bible for young people anonymous

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