Min'iamin (Heb. Minyamin', מַניָמַין, fr from the right hand, or perhaps corrupted from Benjamin), the name of two men. SEE MIAMIN.
1. (Sept. Βενιαμείν v.r. Βενιαμίν, Vulg. Benjamin.) One of the Levites (or priests) who had charge of the distribution of the sacred offerings among the families of the sacerdotal order under Hezekiah (2Ch 31:15). B.C. 726.
2. (Sept. Μιαμίν,.Vulg. Mimamin.) One of the priests that returned with Zerubbabel from Babylon (Ne 12:17), and celebrated with trumpets the completion of the walls of Jerusalem (Ne 12:41); probably the same elsewhere called MIAMIN (Ne 12:5) or MIJAMIN (Ne 10:7).