Nehelamite

Nehelamite
   The name given to a false prophet Shemaiah, who went with the captives to Babylon (Jer. 29:24, 31, 32). The origin of the name is unknown. It is rendered in the marg, "dreamer."

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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