7394. Rekab
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Rekab: perhaps "band of riders," a Benjamite, also the head of a nomadic family
Original Word: רֵכָב
Part of Speech: proper name, masculine; Adjective, of a people
Transliteration: Rekab
Phonetic Spelling: (ray-kawb')
Short Definition: Rechab

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from rakab
perhaps "band of riders," a Benjamite, also the head of a nomadic family
NASB Translation
Rechab (13).

רֵכָב proper name, masculine (band of riders? compare Arabic camels used in journeying); —

1 Πηχαβ:

a. in ׳יְהוֺנָדָב בֶּןרֿ (Jehu's time, see ׳יְהו) 2 Kings 10:15,13, whose descendants [or, the members of whose society, RSK 15, yet see NöZMG xi (1886). 171] were contemporary with Jeremiah, Jeremiah 35:6,8,14,16,19; 1 Chronicles 2:55 הַקִּינִים (see קֵינִי) are said to be descended from „mmath, אֲבִי בֵיתרֵֿכָב. — On the asceticism of different tribes compare Diodxix.94 (Nabataeans), PalmerDesert 432 (Kheibari Jews in Arabia); see also BertholStellung Israel Zu d, Freemden 80.

b. (perhaps= a, so EmeyEntstehung 147) in ׳מַלְכִּיָּה בֶןרֿ Nehemiah 3:14.

2 in Benjamin, 2 Samuel 4:2 (πηχαβ), 2 Samuel 4:3; 2 Samuel 4:6; 2 Samuel 4:9 (πεκχα; A ᵐ5L Πηχαβ in all).


adjective, of a people of רֵכָב of

1, only plural הָרֵכָבִים as substantive, in ׳בֵּית הָר Jeremiah 35:2; Jeremiah 32:3; Jeremiah 35:18, ׳בְּנֵי בֵיתהָֿר Jeremiah 35:3, Απχαβεί, Παχαβεί, etc.


From rakab; rider; Rekab, the name of two Arabs and of two Israelites -- Rechab.

see HEBREW rakab

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