Romam'ti-e'zer (Heb. id. [for Romamti' E'zer], רֹמִמתַי עֶזֶר, or רוֹמִמתַּי ע8 88, heights of help; Sept. ῾Ρωμεμθιέζερ, v.r. ῾Ρωμετθιέζερ, ῾Ρωμεθμιέζερ), the tenth named of the fourteen sons of Heman, the king's seer in the time of David. He was chief of the twenty-fourth section of the singers, and his family, consisting of twelve persons, were among those engaged in the music of the tabernacle service (1Ch 25:4,31). B.C. cir. 1014.