(Binʹnu·i) [a building up].
2. A Levite who returned with Zerubbabel, 537 B.C.E. (Neh. 12:1, 8) Apparently it was his son Noadiah who helped care for the additional temple utensils when Ezra delivered them to the temple in Jerusalem in 468 B.C.E.—Ezra 8:33.
5. An Israelite who assisted Nehemiah with rebuilding Jerusalem’s wall. (Neh. 3:24) This son of Henadad may have been the same as No. 6 below.
6. One of the Levitical sons of Henadad. Possibly the forefather of one who concurred in the “trustworthy arrangement” in the days of Nehemiah; in which case he could be the same as No. 2 above. (Neh. 9:38; 10:1, 9) If, on the other hand, Binnui himself sealed this agreement, instead of one of his descendants, he could have been the same as No. 5 above. Or he may have simply been another person with that name.