People's Dictionary of the Bible
Elihu (e-lî'hu or ĕl'i-hû), whose God is He, i.e., Jehovah. 1. The Buzite, a friend of Job, and, perhaps, the arbitrator between him and his three acquaintances who had come to sympathize with him in his calamities. The soothing, yet faithful and honest, discourse of Elihu is finely contrasted with the sharp and severe language of the other three; and especially are his wisdom, piety, and benevolence admirable, when we consider his youth, and the character and standing of those whom he addressed. Job 32:1-22; Job 33:1-33; Job 34:1-37; Job 35:1-16; Job 36:1-33; Job 37:1-24. Four other persons of the same name are mentioned in the old Testament.
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Rice, Edwin Wilbur, DD. Entry for 'Elihu'. People's Dictionary of the Bible. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/rpd/e/elihu.html. 1893.