Eliehoenai, Elihoenai

ELIEHOENAI, ELIHOENAI ĭ lī’ ə hō’ ē nī (אֶלְיְהﯴעֵינַ֖י, unto the Lord are mine eyes). The name of two men in the OT. 1. The seventh son of Meshelemiah of the Korahites (1 Chron 26:3). The seven sons together with their father were appointed as doorkeepers in the time of David. The KJV spells the name ELIOENAI.

2. A son of Zerahiah who was of the family of Pahath-moab (Ezra 8:4). He was at the head of two hundred men who went up with Ezra to Jerusalem from Babylon in the reign of Artaxerxes. The name also occurs in the LXX as ̓Ελιαωνίας (1 Esd 8:31).