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The meaning of Azarel in the Bible
(From International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)

az'-a-rel 'azarel, "God is helper"; the King James Version reads Azareel in numbers 1-5, Azarael in number 6):

(1) A Korahite who entered the army of David at Ziklag (I Chronicles 12:6).

(2) A musician in the temple appointed by lot; son of Heman (I Chronicles 25:18; compare Uzziel, I Chronicles 25:4).

(3) A captain of the tribe of Dan. in the service of David (I Chronicles 27:22).

(4) One of those who had "strange wives," a son of Bani (Ezra 10:41).

(5) The father of Amashai, a priest who dwelt in Jerusalem after the Exile (Nehemiah 11:13).

(6) A priest's son who played the trumpet in the procession when the wall was dedicated (Nehemiah 12:36).

A. L. Breslich


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