ⓘ Nadab

                                     

ⓘ Nadab

Nadab may refer to:

  • Nadab of Israel Hebrew: נדב NaDaB meaning "nobel", king of the northern Kingdom of Israel, reigned c. 901-900 BCE.
  • Nadab son of Aaron, Biblical figure, eldest son of Aaron the High Priest of Israel.
  • Nadab Hungarian: Nadab, a village administered by Chisineu-Cris town, Arad County, Romania.
                                     
  • villages of Chișineu Mic and Padureni. The town administers one village, Nadab Nadab In 1910, the town had 2821 inhabitants: 1376 48.8 spoke Hungarian
  • the biblical books Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers, Nadab Hebrew: נ ד ב, Modern: Nadav, Tiberian: Nāḏāḇ generous and Abihu Hebrew: א ב יהו א, Modern: Avihu
  • Nadab Hebrew: נ ד ב Nāḏāḇ was the second king of the northern Israelite Kingdom of Israel. He was the son and successor of Jeroboam. Nadab became king
  • Chemosh - nadab Akkadian: ka - mu - su - na - ad - bi Moabite: kamās - nadab was the king of Moab during the reign of Sennacherib. He
  • Having no child of his own, he adopted his nephew Nadab Nadin, and raised him to be his successor. Nadab Nadin ungratefully plotted to have his elderly uncle
  • king, Nadab at Gibbethon, followed by the entire House of Jeroboam Nadab s father and predecessor Baasha had previously been a captain in Nadab s own
  • of 22 years. Jeroboam was succeeded by his son Nadab of Israel, who had a short reign of 2 years. Nadab was assassinated by his eventual successor Baasha
  • He rose to the throne as a usurper, after assassinating his predecessor Nadab of Israel. Baasha also killed all known descendants of the House of Jeroboam
  • Parashah Shemini tells of the consecration of the Tabernacle, the deaths of Nadab and Abihu, and the dietary laws of kashrut כ ש רו ת The parashah constitutes