Maharai

MAHARAI (ma-hăr'ā-ī, Heb. mahăray, impetuous). One of David’s mighty men (2Sam.23.28; 1Chr.11.30). He was the captain over 24,000 men who served the king during the tenth month of the year. He was a Zerahite living in Netoph (1Chr.27.13).


MAHARAI mā’ ə rī (מַהְרַ֖י). One of David’s mighty men known as the “Thirty” (2 Sam 23:28; 1 Chron 11:30). He came from the town of Netophah in Judah. and belonged to the Zerahite family. He was captain of the Temple guard for the tenth month (1 Chron 27:13).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

ma-har’-a-i, ma’-ha-ri (maharay, "impetuous"): One of David’s "braves" (2Sa 23:28; 1Ch 11:30; 27:13). He was one of the 12 monthly captains of David’s administration, and took the 10th month in rotation. He was of the family of Zerah, and dwelt in Netophah in Judah.