Izrahiah

IZRAHIAH (ĭz'ra-hī'a, Heb. yizrahyâh, Jehovah arises or shines). A chief of the tribe of Issachar (1Chr.7.3).


IZRAHIAH ĭz’ rə hī’ ə (יִֽזְרַֽחְיָ֑ה, God shines forth). A descendant of Issachar, grandson of Tola, the only son of Uzzi (1 Chron 7:3). The name is rendered Jezrahiah in Nehemiah 12:42 KJV.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

(yizrachyah, "Yah appears, or shines"):

(1) A descendant of Issachar, grandson of Tola, only son of Uzzi (1Ch 7:3).

(2) The leader of the singing at the purification of the people, on the occasion of Nehemiah’s reformation; here rendered "Jezrahiah" (Ne 12:42).