Ammi'hud (Hebrew Ammihud', עִמַּיהוּד, people of glory, i e. renowned; Sept. Ε᾿μιούδ, but in 1 Chronicles Α᾿μιούδ), the name of five men.
1. The father of Elishama, which latter was the Ephraimite chief in the time of the Exode (Nu 1:10; Nu 2:18; Nu 7:48,53; Nu 10:22). He was the son of Laadan, and the fifth or sixth in descent from Ephraim (1Ch 7:26). B.C. ante 1658.
2. The father of Shemuel, which latter was a Simeonite chief of the period of the Exode (Nu 34:20). B.C. ante 1618.
3. The father of Pedahel, which latter was the chief of the tribe of Naphtali at the same period (Nu 34:28). B.C. ante 1618.
4. The father of Talmai, the king of Geshur, to whom Absalom fled after his murder of Amnon (2Sa 13:37, where the text has עִמַּיהוּר, Ammichur, margin "Ammihur"). B.C. ante 1033.
5. The son of Omri the descendant of Pharez, and the father of Uthai, which last was one of those who lived at Jerusalem on the return from Babylon (1Ch 9:4). B.C. ante 556.