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

a-ho'-hit ('achochi): A patronymic employed in connection with the descendants of AHOAH (which see) such as Doda (II Samuel 23:9) or Dodo (I Chronicles 11:12), Ilai (29) or Zalmon (II Samuel 23:28), and also Eleazar, son of Dodo (I Chronicles 11:12). The family must have been fond of military affairs, for all the above were officers in David and Solomon's armies.


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Ahohite {Easton's Bible Dictionary}

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