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    Adin in Easton's Bible Dictionary effeminate. (1.) Ezra 8:6. (2.) Neh. 10:16.

    Adin in Fausset's Bible Dictionary 1. Ezra 2:15; Ezra 8:6. 2. Nehemiah 10:16.

    Adin in Hitchcock's Bible Names Adina

    Adin in Naves Topical Bible A Jewish captive Ezr 2:15; 8:6; Ne 7:20

    Adin in Smiths Bible Dictionary (dainty, delicate), ancestor of a family who returned form Babylon with Zerubbabel, to the number of 454, Ezr 2:15 or 655 according to the parallel list in Ne 7:20 (B.C. 536.) They joined with Nehemiah in a covenant to separate themselves from the heathen. Ne 10:16 (B.C. 410.)

    Adin in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE a'-din (`adhin, "adorned"): The name of a family, "the sons of Adin" (Ezr 2:15; 8:6; Neh 7:20; 10:16; 1 Esdras 5:14; 8:32), mentioned among the returning exiles. The list in Ezr 2 is placed in the midst of the narrative concerning Zerubbabel, but its title and Its contents show that it also includes the later Jewish immigrants into Israel. The list in Neh 7 is a duplicate of that in Ezr, but with variations; most of the variations are naturally accounted for by supposing that one copy was made later than the other and was brought up to date. In Ezr and 1 Esdras the number of the sons of Adin is said to be 454; in Neh it is 655. The 50 males, led by Ebed the son of Jonathan, who came with Ezr, may or may not have been included in the numbers just mentioned. Among the names of those who sealed the covenant along with Neh are 44 that are placed under the caption "the chiefs of the people" (Neh 10:14-26), and nearly half of these are the family names of the list in Ezr 2 and Neh 7. It is natural to infer that in these cases a family sealed the covenant collectively through some representative. In that case the Adin here mentioned is the same that is mentioned in the other places. See also ADINU.

    Adin in Wikipedia Who's Who in the Old Testament together with the Apocrytha by Joan Comay states that Adin (Heb. 'delicate')1. date unknown. Ancestor of a family of Judah who returned with Zerubbabel from Exile in Babylon. Ezra 2:15; 8:6; Nehemiah 7:20.

    Adin Scripture - Ezra 2:15 The children of Adin, four hundred fifty and four.

    Adin Scripture - Ezra 8:6 Of the sons also of Adin; Ebed the son of Jonathan, and with him fifty males.

    Adin Scripture - Nehemiah 10:16 Adonijah, Bigvai, Adin,

    Adin Scripture - Nehemiah 7:20 The children of Adin, six hundred fifty and five.