Nehemiah 12:4 NLT

4 Iddo, Ginnethon, Abijah,

References for Nehemiah 12:4

    • b 12:4 - As in some Hebrew manuscripts and Latin Vulgate (see also 12:16 ); most Hebrew manuscripts read Ginnethoi.

      Study tools for Nehemiah 12:4

      • a 12:3 - Hebrew Rehum; compare 7:42 ; 12:15 ; Ezra 2:39 .
      • b 12:4 - As in some Hebrew manuscripts and Latin Vulgate (see also 12:16 ); most Hebrew manuscripts read Ginnethoi.
      • c 12:5 - Hebrew Mijamin, Maadiah; compare 12:17 .
      • d 12:11 - Hebrew Jonathan; compare 12:22 .
      • e 12:14 - As in Greek version (see also 10:4 ; 12:2 ); Hebrew reads Malluchi.
      • f 12:14 - As in many Hebrew manuscripts, some Greek manuscripts, and Syriac version (see also 12:3 ); most Hebrew manuscripts read Shebaniah.
      • g 12:15 - As in some Greek manuscripts (see also 12:3 ); Hebrew reads Meraioth.
      • h 12:17 - Hebrew lacks the name of this family leader.
      • i 12:20 - Hebrew Sallai; compare 12:7 .
      • j 12:22 - Darius the Persian is probably Darius II, who reigned 423–404, or possibly Darius III, who reigned 336–331
      • k 12:23 - Hebrew descendant; compare 12:10-11 .
      • l 12:24 - Hebrew son of (i.e., ben ), which should probably be read here as the proper name Binnui; compare Ezra 3:9 and the note there.
      • m 12:26 - Hebrew Jozadak, a variant spelling of Jehozadak.
      • n 12:31 - Hebrew to the right.
      • o 12:38 - Hebrew to the left.
      • p 12:39 - Or the Mishneh Gate, or the Jeshanah Gate.