(Adoram, 1 Kings 12:18), the son of Abda, was "over the tribute," i.e., the levy or forced labour. He was stoned to death by the people of Israel (1 Kings 4:6; 5:14)
adoniram and Ann Judson were both delicate, slender, refined-looking people.
I felt a drawing toward Captain adoniram Tugg and his schooner.
His widow married another well-known Burmese missionary, adoniram Judson.
“Ann Lizy sent over to see if you'd made up your mind,” said adoniram.
He had no son, as adoniram Judson had, gladly to record the details of his busy life.
adoniram—To practice virtue, fly from vice, and remain in silence.
A superior officer, adoniram, watched over the superintendents and the workmen.
And Ahisar, governor of the house: and adoniram, the son of Abda, over the tribute.
adoniram Judson was brought to himself by hearing the groans of a dying man in a room adjoining his own in a New England hotel.
Is it this gentleman—Mr. adoniram K. Hotchkiss—who—er—promised marriage?