Bin'nui (Heb. Binnu'y, בַּנּיּי, a building), a frequent name after the exile. SEE BUNNI.
1. (Sept. Βανουϊv.) The head of one of the families of Israelites, whose followers to the number of 648 returned from Babylon (Ne 7:15). In Ezr 2:10 he is called BANI SEE BANI (q.v.), and his retainers are numbered at 642.
2. (Sept. Βανί, Βαναίου, and Βανουϊv) A Levite, son of Henadad, who returned with Zerubbabel from Babylon, B.C. 536 (Ne 12:8); he also (if the same) assisted in repairing the walls of Jerusalem, B.C. 446 (Ne 3:24), and joined in the religious' covenant, B.C. 410 (Ne 10:9).
⇒Bible concordance for BINNUI.
3. (Sept. Βαναϊvα.) The father of the Levite Noadiah, who was one of those that assisted in weighing the silver and gold designed for the divine service on the restoration from Babylon (Ezr 8:33). B.C. 459.
4. (Sept. Βανουϊv.) One of the "sons" of Pahathmoab, who put away his Gentile wife on the return from Babylon (Ezr 10:30). B.C. 458.
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5. Another Israelite, one of the "sons" of Bani, who did the same (Ezr 10:38). B.C. 458.