1. A son of Aram, of the tribe of Judah, and father of Naashon. He was one of the ancestors of Christ; and his daughter Elisheba was the wife of Aaron, Ex 6:23; Ru 4:20; Mt 1:4. "The Chariots of Amminadib," Song 6:12, were very light and swift, in allusion perhaps to some noted charioteer of that day.
2. A son of Kohath, 1Ch 6:33.
kindred of the prince.
(3.) Chief of the 112 descendants of Uzziel the Levite (1Ch 15:10-11).
("of the people of the prince"; else, "my people is willing".)
1. Song 6:12; "My soul made me like the chariots of Amminadib," one noted for swift driving; compare Song 1:9. Rather: "My soul made me like the chariots of my willing people" (Ps 110:3), or else, "of the Prince of My people," Messiah. His chariots are His glorious angel escort.
2. Nu 1:7; 2:3. Ancestor of David and Jesus (Mt 1:4; Lu 3:3; Nu 1:7; 2:3; Ru 4:19-20; 1Ch 2:10). As Naasson, Amminadab's son, was prince at the first numbering of Israel in the second year from the Exodus, Amminadab probably died in Egypt before the Exodus, at the time of Israel's heaviest oppression. His daughter Elisheba married Aaron, and bore Nadab (named from Amminadab), Abihu, Eleazar, and Ithamar; the earliest alliance of the kingly line of Judah and the priestly line of Aaron.
1. Son of Ram and father of Nahshon (Ru 4:19 f. = 1Ch 2:10; Mt 1:4; Nu 1:7; 2:3; 7:12; 10:14); father-in-law of Aaron (Ex 6:23). 2. Son of Kohath and father of Koran (1Ch 6:22). 3. A chief of a Levitical house (1Ch 15:10 f.).
Ammin'adab Aminadab. Amin'adab
2. Levite, son of Kohath. 1Ch 6:22.
3. Son of Uzziel, a Levite, who assisted to bring up the ark from the house of Oded-edom. 1Ch 15:10-11.
(one of the prince's people).
1. Son of Ram or Aram, and father of Nahshon, or NAASSON (as it is written)
Mt 1:4; Lu 3:32
One of the ancestors of Jesus Christ.
2. The chief of the 112 sons of Uzziel, a Junior Levitical house of the family of the Kohathites.
Izhar, the son of Kohath, is called AMMINADIB; probably a clerical error.
AMMINADAB, or ABINADAB, a Levite, and an inhabitant of Kirjath- jearim, with whom the ark was deposited after it was brought back from the land of the Philistines, 1 Samuel 7. This Amminadab dwelt in Gibeath, that is to say, in the highest part of the city of Kiriath-jearim.
2. The chariots of Amminadab are mentioned, Song 6:12, as being extremely light. He is thought to have been some celebrated charioteer, whose horses were singularly swift.