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Zadok

[ zey-dok ]
/ ˈzeɪ dɒk /
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noun
a priest at the time of David and Solomon. 1 Samuel 15:34–37; 1 Kings 1:7, 8.
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Origin of Zadok

From Hebrew Ṣādhōq, possibly meraning “righteous”

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