A'hi (Hebrew Achi', אֲחַי, my brother [comp. AHI-], the name of two men.
1. (Sept. Α᾿χί.) The first named of the four sons of Shamer, a chieftain of the tribe of Asher (1Ch 7:34), B.C. long post 1612.
2. (Sept. ἀδελφός, but most copies omit.) A son of Abdiel, and chieftain of the tribe of Gad, resident in Bashan (1Ch 5:15), B.C. apparently cir. 782.