E'vi (Hebrews Evi', אֵַוי, desire or dwelling; Sept. Εὐεί, Εὐίν), one of the five kings ("dukes") of the Midianites (near Sihon) slain by the Israelites in the war arising out of the idolatry of Baal-peor, induced by the suggestion of Balaam (Nu 31:8), and whose lands were afterwards allotted to Reuben (Jos 13:21). SEE MIDIAN.

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