sorcerer, the son of Aminadab, and prince of the children of Judah at the time of the first numbering of the tribes in the wilderness ( Exodus 6:23 ). His sister Elisheba was the wife of Aaron. He died in the wilderness ( Numbers 26:64 Numbers 26:65 ). His name occurs in the Greek form Naasson in the genealogy of Christ (Matt, 1:4 ; Luke 3:32 ).
same as Naashon
Nahshon, or Na-ashon
(enchanter ) son of Amminadab, and prince of the children of Judah (as he is styled in the genealogy of Judah,) ( 1 Chronicles 2:10 ) at the time of the first numbering in the wilderness. ( Exodus 6:23 ; Numbers 1:7 ) etc. His sister, Elisheba, was wife to Aaron, and his son, Salmon, was husband to Rahab after the taking of Jericho. He died in the wilderness, according to ( Numbers 26:64 Numbers 26:65 ) (B.C. before 1451.)
na'-shon (nachshon; Septuagint and New Testament, Naasson):
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