[some Elza'bad] (Heb. Elzabad', אֶלוָכָד, whom God has bestowed, i.e., Theodore; Sept. Ε᾿λεζαβάδ and Ε᾿λζαβάδ, v.r. ῾Ελιεζέρ and Ε᾿λζαβάθ), the name of two men.
1. The ninth of the eleven Gadite heroes who joined David in his fastness in the wilderness of Judah (1Ch 12:12) B.C. 1061.
2. One of the able-bodied sons of Shemaiah, the son of Obed-edom the Levite; he served as a porter to the "house of Jehovah" under David (1Ch 26:7). B.C. 1014.