Name Meaning and Biblical Context of Iddo
|Name||Iddo (Add to Favourite List?)|
|Meaning||His witness, timely.|
The Biblical baby name Iddo is Hebrew in origin and it's meaning is I will praise him, timely or his witness.
Iddo is pronounced id-do'.
Iddo is the name of several men in the Bible.
Iddo was the father of Ahinadab, one of the officers working under Solomon.
Iddo was the chief of the tribe of Manasseh during the rule of David. He was a son of Zechariah.
Iddo was a son of Joah. He belonged to the Gershom family of the tribe of Levi.
Iddo was the name of a seer who prophesised during the time of King Jeroboam of Israel. He recorded the history of Kings Rehoboam and Abijah of Judah.
Iddo was the father of Berechiah and grandfather of the Prophet Zechariah. He returned from Babylonian captivity with Zerubbabel.
Iddo was the chief of those who assembled at Casiphia at the time of the second caravan from Babylon.
Biblical reference for baby name Iddo:
1 Kings 4:14; 1 Chronicles 6:21; 27:21; 2 Chronicles 12:15; 13:22; Ezra 5:1; 6:14; 8:17; Nehemiah 12:4, 16; Zechariah 1:1, 7
Strong's Bible concordance H112, H3035 and H5714
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