- Ethan used 7 times.
- First Reference: 1 Kings 4:31
- Last Reference: 1 Chronicles 15:19
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: Yes
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
1. "The Ezrahite," distinguished for his wisdom (1 Kings 4:31). He is named as the author of the 89th Psalm. He was of the tribe of Levi.
2. A Levite of the family of Merari, one of the leaders of the temple music (1 Chronicles 6:44; 15:17, 19). He was probably the same as Jeduthun. He is supposed by some to be the same also as (1).
strong; the gift of the island
1. A renowned sage
1 Kings 4:31
Reference title, Psalm 89
2. Son of Zerak
1 Chronicles 2:6; 1 Chronicles 2:8
3. Two Levites
1 Chronicles 6:42; 1 Chronicles 6:44; 1 Chronicles 15:17; 1 Chronicles 15:19
- Ethan the Ezrahite, one of the four sons of Mahol, whose wisdom was excelled by Solomon. (1 Kings 4:31; 1 Chronicles 2:6) His name is in the title of (Psalms 89:1)
- Son of Kishi or Kushaiah; a Merarite Levite, head of that family in the time of King David, (1 Chronicles 6:44) and spoken of as a "singer." With Heman and Asaph, the heads of the other two families of Levites, Ethan was appointed to sound with cymbals. (1 Chronicles 15:17,19)
- A Gershonite Levite, one of the ancestors of Asaph the singer. (1 Chronicles 6:42) Hebrews 27. (B.C. 1420.)
The month of gifts, i.e., of vintage offerings; called Tisri after the Exile; corresponding to part of September and October. It was the first month of the civil year, and the seventh of the sacred year (1 Kings 8:2).
Seventh month (October).
Feast of Trumpets in
Day of Atonement, on the tenth day of
Feast of Tabernacles in
Jubilee proclaimed on the tenth day of
Temple dedicated in
1 Kings 8:2