Ahinadab

Ahin'adab (Hebrew Achinadab', אֲחַינָדָב, brother of liberality, i e. liberal; Sept. Α᾿χιναδάβ), a son of Iddo, and one of the twelve officers, SEE PURVEYOR, who, in as many districts into which the country was divided, raised supplies of provisions in monthly rotation for Solomon's household (Kitto, Pict. Bible, in loc.); his district was Mahanaim, the southern half of the region beyond the Jordan (1Ki 4:14), B.C. post 1014.

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