(Hebrew Yamin', יָמַין, lit. the right hand, hence luck, as often; i. q. Felix; Sept. Ι᾿αμείν, and Ι᾿αμίν, but v.r. Ι᾿αβείν in 1Ch 2; 1Ch 27, and omits in Ne 8:7), the name of three men. SEE BENJAMIN.
1. The second named of the sons of Simeon (Ge 46:11; Ex 6:15; Nu 26:12; 1Ch 4:24). B.C. 1856. His descendants were called JAMINITES (Heb. Yanmini', יָמַינַי, Sept. Ι᾿αμινί, Nu 26:12).
2. The second named of the three sons of Ram, the fourth in descent from Judah (1Ch 2:26). B.C. cir. 1658.
3. One of the priests that interpreted the law to the people after the return from Babylon (Ne 8:7). B. C. cir. 410.