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Strong's #6583 - פַּשְׁחוּר
Pashur = “freedom”
1) a priest, son of Malchiah and one of the chief princes in the reign of king Zedekiah of Judah
2) a priest, son of Immer, chief governor of the temple, and the one who struck and then put the prophet Jeremiah into the stocks in the reign of king Jehoiakim of Judah
3) son of Malchijah, father of Zechariah, and ancestor of Adaiah who did the work of the temple in the time of Nehemiah. Probably same as 1
4) father of Gedaliah; probably the same as 1
5) head of a family of returned exiles
1 Jeremiah 20:1,2,3 (twice in verse); Jeremiah 20:6.
2 Jeremiah 21:1; Jeremiah 38:1 b Nehemiah 11:12, compare 1 Chronicles 9:12.
3 Nehemiah 10:4.
4 father of one Gedaliah Jeremiah 38:1a.
5 head of post-exile family Ezra 2:38 = Nehemiah 7:14; Ezra 10:22. compare Mey Entstehung 169 f.
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פַּשְׁחוּר [Pashur], pr.n.
(1) of a priest, co-temporary with Jeremiah, Jeremiah 20:3, 38:1 to the signification of which allusion is made, loc. cit.; namely, prosperity everywhere (from פשׁח Arab. فسح to be wide, ample; and סְחוֹר round about). Opp. to מָגוֹר מִסָּבִיב.
(2) Jeremiah 21:1.
(3) Ezra 2:38, 10:22 Nehemiah 7:41, 10:4.
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