Adonikam or Adonikam
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Adonikam or Adonikam

The sons of Adonikam, 666 in number, were among those who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel. (Ezra 2:13; Nehemiah 7:18); 1Esd 5:14 (B.C. 506-410.) The name is given as ADONIJAH in (Nehemiah 10:16)

Strong's Hebrew
140. Adoniqam -- "my Lord has arisen," head of an Israelite family
... "my Lord has arisen," head of an Israelite family. Transliteration: Adoniqam Phonetic
Spelling: (ad-o-nee-kawm') Short Definition: Adonikam. ... Adonikam. ...
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The Apocalypse.
... Not much better is Hengstenberg's explanation: Adonikam, ie, "The Lord arises,"
a good name for Antichrist (2:Thess.2:4)! He bases it on Ezra 2:13: "The ...
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Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... is proved in the Israelitish epoch by Canaanitish names, such as Adonizedek and
Adonibezek, or Jewish names such as Adonijah, Adonikam, Adoniram-Adoram. ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm



Adonikam or Adonikam

Adonikam: Also Called Adonijah, a Jew Who Returned With Ezra from Babylon

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