(Am·miʹhud) [My People Is Dignity].
1. An Ephraimite, father of Elishama, who was chieftain of the tribe of Ephraim in the second year after coming out of Egypt (1512 B.C.E.). (Nu 1:10; 2:18) He was an ancestor of Joshua (Jehoshua).—1Ch 7:26, 27.
2. A Simeonite, father of the Shemuel who was the chieftain for the tribe of Simeon appointed to share in dividing Canaan among the tribes of Israel (c. 1467 B.C.E.).—Nu 34:20.
3. Of the tribe of Naphtali, and father of Pedahel, who was the chieftain appointed shortly before Moses’ death to share in dividing the land of Canaan among the tribes of Israel.—Nu 34:28.
5. Son of Omri and a descendant of Perez, the son of Judah. He was the father of Uthai, who is listed as being among the first inhabitants to dwell in Jerusalem following the exile in Babylon.—1Ch 9:2, 4.