Character Study on Ucal

Character Study on Ucal

Proverbs 30: The words of Agur the son of Jakeh, even the prophecy: the man spake unto Ithiel, even unto Ithiel and Ucal,
Jeremiah 37: And Zedekiah the king sent Jehucal the son of Shelemiah and Zephaniah the son of Maaseiah the priest to the prophet Jeremiah, saying, Pray now unto the LORD our God for us.
Jeremiah 38: Then Shephatiah the son of Mattan, and Gedaliah the son of Pashur, and Jucal the son of Shelemiah, and Pashur the son of Malchiah, heard the words that Jeremiah had spoken unto all the people, saying,

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Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible - Ucal
UCAL . See Ithiel, 2

Fausset's Bible Dictionary - Ucal
Agur spoke his words to Ithiel ("God with me"), and Ucal his disciples. (See ITHIEL.) From yakol "he was strong." Keil, guesses that Ithiel, "God with me," denotes those glorying in intimate communion with God, and a higher insight thereby. Ucal, "I am strong," denotes those boasting of their might and denying God; freethinkers fancying themselves above the revealed law and in atheism indulging the lusts of the flesh (Proverbs 30:1).

Easton's Bible Dictionary - Ucal
The name of a person to whom Agur's words are addressed (Proverbs 30:1 ).
Holman Bible Dictionary - Ucal
(yoo' cal) Personal name meaning, “I am strong” or “I am consumed.” A pupil of Agur, the wisdom teacher responsible for Proverbs 30:1 ( Proverbs 30:1 ). REB followed the earliest Greek translation in rendering the proper names Ithiel and Ucal as “I am weary, God, I am weary and worn out” (compare NRSV).



Morrish Bible Dictionary - Ucal
One mentioned with Ithiel, to whom Agur addressed some proverbs. Proverbs 30:1 .

Hitchcock's Bible Names - Ucal
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Ucal - Agur spoke his words to Ithiel ("God with me"), and Ucal his disciples. Ucal, "I am strong," denotes those boasting of their might and denying God; freethinkers fancying themselves above the revealed law and in atheism indulging the lusts of the flesh (Proverbs 30:1)
u'Cal - According to the received text of ( Proverbs 30:1 ) Ithiel and Ucal must be regarded as proper names; and if so, they must be the names of disciples or sons of Agur the son of Jakeh, an unknown sage among the Hebrews. Ewald considers both Ithiel and Ucal as symbolical names, employed by the poet to designate two classes of thinkers to whom he addresses himself
Ithiel - One of the two to whom (See AGUR spoke by inspiration (Proverbs 30:1), or "God with me"; perhaps a symbolical name (See Ucal
Ith'i-el - (Nehemiah 11:7 ) ... One of two persons --Ithiel and Ucal-- to whom Agur ben-Jakeh delivered his discourse
Ucal - REB followed the earliest Greek translation in rendering the proper names Ithiel and Ucal as “I am weary, God, I am weary and worn out” (compare NRSV)
Agur - Son of Jakeh, and author of the sayings in Proverbs 30 : which he spake unto Ithiel and Ucal
Ithiel - One of two persons to whom Agur addressed his oracular sayings, the other being Ucal ( Proverbs 30:1 )
Agur - " Son of Jakeh ("obedience"); author of inspired counsels to Ithiel and Ucal (Proverbs 30)
Proverbs, Book of - ... Proverbs 30 has a heading, "The words of Agur, the son of Jakeh, even the prophecy: the man spake unto Ithiel, even unto Ithiel and Ucal
Proverbs, the Book of - (On the closing Proverbs 30; 31, see AGUR; LEMUEL; JAKEH; MASSA; ITHIEL; Ucal