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

ad'-na ('adhnach, "pleasure"; Edna):

(1) A warrior of the tribe of Manasseh, who deserted Saul and joined David's forces at Ziklag (I Chronicles 12:20-21)

(2) An officer of high rank, perhaps the commander-in-chief of Jehoshaphat's army (II Chronicles 17:14). Here the spelling in Hebrew is 'adhnah.


See more on the meaning of Adnah in the Bible:
Adnah {Easton's Bible Dictionary}
Adnah {Hitchcock's Bible Name}

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