Chanun: "favored," two contemporaries of Nehemiah, also an Ammonite kingOriginal Word: חָנוּן
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-noon')
Short Definition: Hanun
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
"favored," two contemporaries of Nehemiah, also an Ammonite king
Brown-Driver-Briggsחָנוּן (favoured; compare Assyrian –anunu, king of Gaza COT on 2 Kings 15:29); —
2 Jewish chiefs, contemporaries of Nehemiah:
a. Nehemiah 3:18.
b. Nehemiah 3:30.
Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceHanun
From chanan; favored; Chanun, the name of an Ammonite and of two Israelites -- Hanun.
see HEBREW chanan
Forms and Transliterationsוְחָנ֧וּן וחנון חָ֠נוּן חָנ֖וּן חָנ֜וּן חָנ֣וּן חָנ֥וּן חָנוּן֮ חנון לְחָנ֗וּן לחנון chaNun ḥā·nūn ḥānūn lə·ḥā·nūn lechaNun ləḥānūn vechaNun wə·ḥā·nūn wəḥānūn
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Hebrew 2586
ḥā·nūn — 9 Occ.
lə·ḥā·nūn — 1 Occ.
wə·ḥā·nūn — 1 Occ.
2 Samuel 10:1
HEB: עַמּ֑וֹן וַיִּמְלֹ֛ךְ חָנ֥וּן בְּנ֖וֹ תַּחְתָּֽיו׃
NAS: died, and Hanun his son
KJV: died, and Hanun his son
INT: of Ammon became and Hanun his son his place