Ammin'adib (עִמַּיאּנָדַיב, perhaps another form of the name AMMINADAB; Sept. Α᾿μιναδάβ), a person whose chariots are mentioned as proverbial for their swiftness (Song 6:12); from which he appears to have been, like Jehu. one of the most celebrated charioteers of his day. In many MSS. the Hebrew term is divided into two words, עִמַּי נָדַיב, ammi nadih, "of my willing" or "loyal people," which has been followed in the Syriac, by the Jews in their Spanish version, and by many modern translators; but, taken in this way, it is difficult to assign any satisfactory meaning to the passage. — Good's Song of Songs, in loc.