Un'ni (Heb. Unni'j עַנּי [but text in Nehemiah Unn, עֻנּוֹ], according to Gesen. for מעֻנֶּה [depressed], but according to Fürst for עֻנַּיָּה [Unniash, heard of Jehovah]; Sept. variously, ᾿Ωνί v.r.'Α᾿νί, Ι᾿αννί, etc.; Vulg. Ani, Ianni), the name of two Levites.
1. One of the relatives of Heman who were appointed door-keepers anuld musicians to the tabernacle by David (1Ch 15:18,20). B.C. 1043. 2. One of those appointed to a similar service on the return from Babylon (Ne 12:9). B.C. 535.