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Old Testament Hebrew

Entry for Strong's #3038 - יְדִיתוּן

yedûthûn, yedûthûn, yedı̂ythûn
(1,2) yed-oo-thoon', (3) yed-ee-thoon'  
Word Origin:
probably from (03034)
Parts of Speech:
Proper Name Masculine
Word Definition  [ Brown-Drivers-Briggs' | Strong's ]
Brown-Driver-Briggs' Definition
Jeduthun = "praising"
  1. a Levite of the family of Merari and the chief of one of the 3 choirs of the temple whose descendants also formed one of the perpetual temple choirs; he is named at the beginning of 3 Psalms (39, 62,
  2. either as the composer or the recipient of those Psalms but most likely as the leader of the choir by which those Psalms were to be sung
Frequency / Word  [ Book | Word ]
Verse Results
KJV (17)NAS (14)HCS (17)
1 Chronicles7
2 Chronicles3
1 Chronicles7
2 Chronicles3
1 Chronicles10
2 Chronicles3
Brown-Driver-Briggs Expanded Definition
 יְדוּתוּן, יְדֻתוּן proper name, masculine usually יְדוּתוּן; יְדֻתוּן 2 Chronicles 5:12; 35:15; יְדיּ֯תוּן Psalm 39:1; Psalm 77:1; Nehemiah 11:37; 1 Chronicles 16:38; chief of one of the three choirs of the temple (only Chronicles & Psalm -titles) 1 Chronicles 9:16; 1 Chronicles 16:38,41,42; 1 Chronicles 25:3 (twice in verse); 1 Chronicles 25:6; 2 Chronicles 5:12; the king's seer 2 Chronicles 35:15; his descendants formed one of the perpetual temple choirs בְּנֵי יְדוּתוּן 1 Chronicles 16:42; 1 Chronicles 25:1,3; 2 Chronicles 29:14; בֶּןיְֿדיּ֯תוּן Nehemiah 11:17. In Psalm -titles על ידותון Psalm 62:1; Psalm 77:1 (Qr); לִידיּתוּן Psalm 39:1 (לְ error for עלֿ), all = after the manner of (the choir of) Yeduthun (musical term according to RS OTJC 422,2nd ed. 143). — see also Lag Or ii. 16 ff. and proper name אָסָף, הֵימָן (sub אמן), אֵיתָן (sub יתן).

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List of Word Forms
וִֽידֻתוּן֙ וִֽידוּת֔וּן וִֽידוּת֜וּן וִידוּת֖וּן וידותון וידתון יְדִית֛וּן יְדוּת֑וּן יְדוּת֔וּן יְדוּת֖וּן יְדוּת֗וּן יְדוּת֡וּן יְדוּתֽוּן׃ יְדוּתוּן֙ ידותון ידותון׃ ידיתון לִֽ֠ידֻתוּן לִֽידוּת֗וּן לִידוּת֑וּן לידותון לידתון lî·ḏu·ṯūn lî·ḏū·ṯūn liduTun lîḏuṯūn lîḏūṯūn viduTun wî·ḏu·ṯūn wî·ḏū·ṯūn wîḏuṯūn wîḏūṯūn yə·ḏî·ṯūn yə·ḏū·ṯūn yediTun yəḏîṯūn yeduTun yəḏūṯūn
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