Jonadab


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Jonadab

(jō`nədăb), in the Bible. 1 Nephew of David. 2 Founder of the Rechabites and a companion of Jehu. An alternate form is Jehonadab.
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Jonadab

enjoined his people to abstinence. [O.T.: Jeremiah 35: 5–11]
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