Name Meaning and Biblical Context of Rephaiah
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The Biblical baby name Rephaiah is Hebrew in origin and it's meaning is Jehovah has healed.
Rephaiah is pronounced ref-aw-yaw'.
Rephaiah is the name of five men in the Bible.
Rephaiah was a descendant of David and Zerubbabel.
Rephaiah was the chief of the tribe of Simeon during the reign of King Hezekiah of Judah.
Rephaiah was a son of Tola, grandson of Issachar, and great-grandson of Jacob and Leah.
Rephaiah was a son of Binea and a descendant of Saul. He belonged to the tribe of Benjamin.
Rephaiah was a son of Hur. He was the ruler of half of Jerusalem during the time of Nehemiah.
Biblical reference for baby name Rephaiah:
1 Chronicles 3:21; 4:42; 7:2; 9:43; Nehemiah 3:9
Strong's Bible concordance H7509
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