5714. Iddo
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Iddo: "timely," the name of several Israelites
Original Word: עִדּוֹ
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Transliteration: Iddo
Phonetic Spelling: (id-do')
Short Definition: Iddo

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as iddah
"timely," the name of several Isr.
NASB Translation
Iddo (10).

עִדּוֺ, עִדֹּא, עִדּוֺא

proper name, masculine Iddo; —

1 father of an officer of Solomon עִדֹּא 1 Kings 4:14; ᵐ5 Αχελ, A Σαδωκ, ᵐ5L Αχιαβ

2 grandfather of prophet Zechariah עִדּוֺ Zechariah 1:1, עִדּוֺא Zechariah 1:7; ᵐ5 Αδδω.

3 a Levite עִדּוֺ 1 Chronicles 6:6; ᵐ5 Αδει, ᵐ5L Αδδω.

4 a priestly name עִדּוֺא van d. H. Ginsb (Baer עִדּוֺ) Nehemiah 12:4; ᵐ5 א etc. Αδαιας; also עדיא Nehemiah 12:16 Kt (עֲדָיָא?), Qr עִדּוֺא; ᵐ5 א τῷ Αδδαι, ᵐ5L τῳ Αδαια.

5 a seer עִדּוֺ הַחֹזֶה2Chronicles 12:15 = הַנָּכִיא עִדּוֺ2Chronicles 13:22, ᵐ5 Αδ(δ)ω; = יֶעְדּוֺ2Chronicles 9:29, Ιωηλ(δ).

עֹדֵד see עוד.


Or iiddowo {id-do'}; or tiddiy {id-dee'}; from adah; timely; Iddo (or Iddi), the name of five Israelites -- Iddo. Compare Yiddow, y'diy.

see HEBREW adah

see HEBREW Yiddow

see HEBREW y'diy

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