Sal'lu, the name of two Hebrews, differently spelled in the original.

1. (Heb. סִלּוּא, Sallu' [סִלֻּא in Ne 11:7], weighed; Sept. Σαλώ, v.r. Σηλώ, Σαλώμ.) A Benjaminite, son of Meshullam, dwelling in Jerusalem after the return from exile (Ne 11:7; 1Ch 9:7), B.C. cir. 459.

2. (Heb. סִלּוּ, Sallu', weighed; Sept. Σαλού v.r. Σαλλουαϊv.) Another name (Ne 12:7) for SALLAI (Ne 12:20), No. 2 (q.v.).

Bible concordance for SALLU.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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