Ahi'hud the name of two men, alike in our version, but different in the original.
1. (Hebrew Achichud', אֲחַיחֻד, brother [or friend] of union; Sept. Ι᾿αχιχάδ v. r. Ι᾿αριχώ), the second named of the two later sons of Bela the son of Benjamin (1Ch 8:7), B.C. post 1856. SEE SHAHARAIM. Perhaps the same as ABIHUD SEE ABIHUD (ver. 3). SEE JACOB.
2. (Hebrew Achihud', אֲחַיהוּר , brother [i.e. lover] of renown; Sept. Α᾿χιώρ), a son of Shelomi, and phylarch of the tribe of Asher; one of those appointed by Moses to superintend the partition of Canaan (Nu 34:27), B.C. 1618.