Heldai

Heldai
   Wordly.
   1) 1 Chr. 27:15; called also Heleb (2 Sam. 23:29); one of David's captains.
   2) Zech. 6:10, one who returned from Babylon.

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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