International Standard Bible EncyclopediaMAGOR-MISSABIB
ma'-gor-mis'-a-bib (maghor miccabhibh, "terror on every side"): A name given by Jeremiah to Pashhur ben Immer, the governor of the temple, who had caused the prophet to be beaten and set in the stocks (Jeremiah 20:3). The same expression is used (not as a proper name) in several other passages (Psalm 31:13 Jeremiah 6:25; Jeremiah 20:10; Jeremiah 46:5; Jeremiah 49:29 Lamentations 2:22).
Smith's Bible DictionaryMagormissabib
(terror on every side), the name giver. by Jeremiah to Pashur the priest when he smote him and put him in the stocks for prophesying against the idolatry of Jerusalem. (Jeremiah 20:3)
Easton's Bible DictionaryFear on every side, (Jeremiah 20:3), a symbolical name given to the priest Pashur, expressive of the fate announced by the prophet as about to come upon him. Pashur was to be carried to Babylon, and there die.
ThesaurusMagormissabib (1 Occurrence)
... Multi-Version Concordance Magormissabib (1 Occurrence). ... Then said Jeremiah to him,
Yahweh has not called your name Pashhur, but Magormissabib. (WEB KJV JPS). ...
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Magor (1 Occurrence)
Missabib (1 Occurrence)
Magor-missabib (1 Occurrence)
Pashhur (12 Occurrences)
Stocks (10 Occurrences)
Pashur (12 Occurrences)
Released (52 Occurrences)
Jeremiah (141 Occurrences)
Bible ConcordanceMagormissabib (1 Occurrence)
Jeremiah 20:3 It happened on the next day, that Pashhur brought forth Jeremiah out of the stocks. Then said Jeremiah to him, Yahweh has not called your name Pashhur, but Magormissabib.
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