Character Study on Mattenai

Character Study on Mattenai

Ezra 10: Of the sons of Hashum; Mattenai, Mattathah, Zabad, Eliphelet, Jeremai, Manasseh, and Shimei.
Ezra 10: Mattaniah, Mattenai, and Jaasau,
Nehemiah 12: And of Joiarib, Mattenai; of Jedaiah, Uzzi;

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Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Mattenai
1. Ezra 10:33.

2. Ezra 10:37.

3. Nehemiah 12:19.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Mattenai
MATTENAI. 1. 2 . Two of those who had married foreign wives, Ezra 10:33 (called in 1Es 9:33 Maltanneus ), 1Es 9:37 (combined in 1Es 9:34 with the preceding Mattaniah into Mamnitanemus ). 3. Representative of the priestly house of Joiarib in the days of Joiakim ( Nehemiah 12:19 ).

Holman Bible Dictionary - Mattenai
(mat' tih nee) Personal name meaning, “my gift.” 1. Priestly contemporary of the high priest Joiakim (Nehemiah 12:19 ). 2.-3 . Two laymen with foreign wives (Ezra 10:33 ,Ezra 10:33,10:37 ).



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Mattenai
1,2. Two who had married strange wives. Ezra 10:33,37 .

3. Priest of the family of Joiarib. Nehemiah 12:19 .

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Maltanneus - MALTANNEUS ( 1Es 9:33 ) = Mattenai , Ezra 10:33
Mamnitanemus - MAMNITANEMUS ( 1Es 9:34 ) corresponds to the two names Mattaniah, Mattenai in Ezra 10:37 , of which it is a corruption
Mattenai - Mattenai
Mattaniah - Four of those who had married foreign wives, Ezra 10:26 (called in Esther 9:27 Esther 9:27 Matthanias ), Esther 9:27 Esther 9:27 (called in l Esther 9:28 Othonias ), Esther 9:30 (called in Esther 9:31 Esther 9:31 Matthanias ), 1Es 9:37 (combined in 1E Esther 9:31 with the following Mattenai into Mamnitanemus )
Jehoiarib - The Talmud view is not favored by Nehemiah 10:2-8, which enumerates 21 courses, of Nehemiah's time: Nehemiah 12:1-7; Nehemiah 12:19, also enumerates 22 courses of Zerubbabel's time, among them Jehoiarib, of whose course Mattenai was chief in Jehoiakim's days
Haggai - His name is perhaps a short form of Haggiah ( 1 Chronicles 6:30 ), as Mattenai ( Ezra 10:33 ) is of Mattaniah ( Ezra 10:26 ), and may mean ‘feast of J″ [Note: Jahweh