Shimei


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Shimei

(shĭm`ēī), in the Bible. 1 Benjamite who cursed David. 2 Royal official. 3 Ancestor of Mordecai. 4 Gershonite family. An alternate form is Shimi. 5 Brother of Zerubbabel. 6 Course of priests. 7 Keeper of vineyards.

Shimei

vilifies David, implying he stole Saul’s throne. [O.T.: II Samuel 16:7–8]
See: Slander
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