Melech

Melech
   King, the second of Micah's four sons (1 Chr. 8:35), and thus grandson of Mephibosheth.

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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  • Hirlepposi Melech — Khirleppossi Hirlepposi Melech (en tchouvache : Хирлеппуç Мĕлĕш, Hirleppus Melech ; en russe : Хирлеппоси) est un village de Russie, situé dans le raïon d Alikovski, en Tchouvachie. Les rues : Tsentralnaïa, Komsomolskaïa,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ebed-Melech — ist eine Gestalt der Hebräischen Bibel im Buch Jeremia (Jer 38 39 EU). Ebed Melech diente als Kämmerer am Hof des judäischen Königs Zidkija. Zidkija jedoch hatte Jeremia in eine Zisterne werfen lassen, da dieser den Untergang Jerusalems durch die …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • B'rov am hadrat melech — (ברב עם הדרת מלך, in multitudes there is glorification of the king ) [Proverbs 14:28] is a principle in Jewish law that recommends that mitzvot be performed as part of as large a gathering as possible, with the intention of providing greater… …   Wikipedia

  • REGEM-MELECH — (Heb. רֶגֶם מֶלֶךְ), a name of uncertain meaning and origin, occurring in Zechariah 7:1ff. (cf. Regem in I Chron. 2:47). Regem Melech is reproduced by the versions as a title: rab mag of the king (Peshitta), and in a form that scholars consider… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Nathan-melech — is described as one of Josiah s officials n 2 Kings 23:11 of the Hebrew Bible. He lived near the entrance to the temple, close to the courtyard where the horses had been kept that were used in sun worship before Josiah disposed of both the horses …   Wikipedia

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