MIJAMIN (mĭj'a-mĭn, Heb. mîyāmîn, from the right hand)
A priest in David’s time (
MIJAMIN mĭj’ ə mĭn (מִיָּמִ֖ן, LXX Μιαμὶν, meaning on the right hand side hence, a favored or fortunate one). A priestly personal name.
Compare this with its variant Miniamin. The names are the same, although this form assimilates the n (nun in Heb.). The variant may have been a way to distinguish between different persons. Mijamin was a descendant of Aaron whom David assigned to one of the twenty-four courses of Temple service (
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)
(1) One of those who had married foreign wives (
(2) The one to whom fell the lot for the 6th priestly course (
(3) A signatory of the Covenant (