Aho'hite (Hebrew Achochi', אֲחוֹחַי; Sept. παράδελφος, Α᾿χωϊvτης [v. r. Α᾿ωϊvτης], Α᾿χωχί, Α᾿χώρ [v. r. Α᾿χωνί], Α᾿ωθί [v. r. Χώχ, Ε᾿χώχ]), an epithet applied to Dodo or Dodai, one of the captains under Solomon (1Ch 27:4), and his son Eleazar, one of David's three chief warriors (2Sa 23:9; 1Ch 11:12), as well as to Zalmon or Ilai, another of his body-guard (2Sa 23:28; 1Ch 11:29); doubtless from their descent from AHOAH SEE AHOAH (1Ch 8:4) the Benjamite (comp. 1Ch 11:26).

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