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Abiathar

[ uh-bahy-uh-ther ]

noun

  1. (in the Bible) a priest of Israel and a companion of David.


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Zadok bowed before David; and Abiathar was deposed from the priesthood by Solomon.

A moment later, Jonathan, the son of Abiathar, came running in.

However, they were encouraged by the oracular words of Abiathar, the priest, and permitted themselves to be appeased.

Nor would his chief supporters, Joab and Abiathar, have assisted him in such an attempt.

The king also made Zadok to be alone the high priest, in the room of Abiathar, whom he had removed.

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