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Ahiezer

[ ey-hahy-ee-zer ]
/ ˌeɪ haɪˈi zər /
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noun

a Danite who assisted Moses with the census and was head of the tribe of Dan in the wilderness. Numbers 1:12; 2:35; 10:25.
a Benjaminite chief of a body of archers who came to David's aid while he was hiding from Saul. 1 Chronicles 12:3.

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Origin of Ahiezer

From Hebrew Aḥīʿezer “Brother of Ezer; My brother is help”

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  • The last of all the camp marched the sons of Dan by their troops, in whose army the prince was Ahiezer the son of Ammisaddai.

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