Ahio

Ahi'o (Hebrew Achyo', אחיו, brotherly; Sept. in all cases translates as an appellative, his brother or brothers), the name of two men. (In 1Ch 8:14 we should read אָחַין, his brother, as an appellative of Shashak following.)

1. The fifth named of the sons of Jehiel, or Jeiel, the Gibeonite, by Maachah (1Ch 8:31; 1Ch 9:37), B.C. post 1612.

2. One of the sons of the Levite Abinadab, who went before the new cart on which the ark was placed when David first attempted to remove it to Jerusalem, for the purpose of guiding the oxen, while his brother Uzzah walked by the cart — (2Sa 6:3-4; 1Ch 13:7), B.C. 1043. SEE UZZAH.

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