Σε- names
Σεβαμά
  • Meaning: Sibmah
  • Note: Sibmah: A town in the tribe of Reuben in the territory of Moab on the east of Jordan (Isa 16:8)
  • Note: Shebam: One of the leaders of the tribes of Reuben and Gad who wanted to stay in the land of Jazer and Gilead (Num 32:3)
Σεβανί
  • Meaning: Shebaniah
  • Note: Priest who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:5)
Σεβανία
  • Meaning: Shebaniah
  • Note: One of the Levites who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:13)
Σεβαστῆς
  • Meaning: Sebaste, Augustus
  • Note: The detachment of Samaritan soldiers of Sebaste (the Greek form of Augusta) that was given in honour of Augustus Caesar (Acts 27:1)
Σεβαστός
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Sebaston, Augustus
  • Note: Detachment of Samaritan soldiers of Sebaste (the Greek form of Augusta) that was given in honour of Augustus Caesar (Acts 25:25)
  • Forms:
Σεβεέ
  • Meaning: Sheba
  • Note: One of the sons of Gad (1Chron 5:13)
Σεβεγών
  • Meaning: Zibeon
  • Note: Son of Seir, father of Ajah and Anah (1Chron 1:38)
  • Note: A Hivite, father of Anah (Gen 36:2)
  • Note: A Horite, son of Seir (Gen 36:20)
Σεβεκαθά
  • Meaning: Sabtecha
  • Note: Son of Cush (1Chron 1:9)
Σεβημά
  • Meaning: Sibmah
  • Note: A town in the territory of Reuben, east of Jordan (Jer 31:32)
Σεβία
Σεβοχά
  • Meaning: Sibbechai
  • Note: the Hushathite who killed Saph, one of the sons of the giant (2Sam 21:18)
Σεβραίμ
  • Meaning: Sibraim
  • Note: City between the border of Damascus and the border of Hamath (Ezek 47:16)
Σεβωῒμ
  • Meaning: Zeboiim, Zeboim
  • Note: One of the cities in the plain of Sodom (Deut 29:23)
Σεβωίν
  • Meaning: Sabeans
  • Note: Descendants of Seba; Africans; tall men (Isa 45:14)
Σεγούβ
  • Meaning: Segub
  • Note: Son of Hezron and Machir (1Chron 2:21)
  • Note: Young son of Hiel who built Jericho; Segub was sacrificed to build its gates (1Kings 16:34)
Σεδδαδά
  • Meaning: Zedad
  • Note: A town north of Israel near Hamath (Ezek 47:15)
Σεδδούκ
  • Meaning: Sarid
  • Note: A city on the boundary of the tribe of Zebulun (Josh 19:12)
Σεδεκίας
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Zedekiah
  • Note: Son of Josiah (1Chron 3:15)
  • Note: Son of Jeconiah (1Chron 3:16)
  • Note: Son of Chenaanah (1Kings 22:11; 2Chron 18:10,23)
  • Note: Son of Josiah and Hamutal; brother of Jehoahaz; King of Judah (2Kings 24:18; 2Chron 36:11; Baruch 1:8)
  • Note: Son of Hananiah (Jer 36:12)
  • Note: One of the leaders of the people who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:2)
  • Note: Son of Hasadiah and father of Mahseiah; ancestor of Baruch (Baruch 1:1)
  • Note: The king of Babylon changed the name of Mattaniah to Zedekiah (2Kings 24:17)
  • Note: Brother of Jehoiakim (2Chron 36:10)
  • Forms:
Σεδέμ
  • Meaning: Zabad
  • Note: Son of Nebo (Ezra 10:43)
Σεδιούρ
  • Meaning: Shedeur
  • Note: Father of Elizur who was over the army of Reuben (Num 10:18)
Σεδιύρ
  • Meaning: Shedeur
  • Note: Father of Elizur of the tribe of Reuben (Num 1:5; 2:10; 7:30,35; 10:18)
Σεδράχ
  • Meaning: Shadrach, Hadrach
  • Note: Shadrach: One of Daniel's three friends; his name had been changed from Hananiah (Dan 1:7)
  • Note: Hadrach: An unidentified country which might be Edessa (Zech 9:1)
Σεηρά
  • Meaning: Sheerah
  • Note: Uzzen-Sheerah, a town near Beth-Horon named after the daughter of Ephraim (1Chron 7:24)
Σεθεννάκ
  • Meaning: Sansannah
  • Note: A city within the territory of Judah (Josh 15:31)
Σεϊράμ
  • Meaning: Sirah
  • Note: Name of a well from which Joab's messenger brought back Abner (2Sam 3:26)
Σεϊρωθά
  • Meaning: Seirah
  • Note: The place in the mountains of Ephraim belonging to Benjamin to which Ehud escaped after killing Eglon in Jericho (Judg 3:26)
Σεκελά
  • Meaning: Ziklag
  • Note: City in the territory of the tribe of Simeon (Josh 19:5)
Σεκελάκ
  • Meaning: Ziklag
  • Note: A town south of Judah occupied by the Philistines during the time David fled from Saul (Josh 15:31); spelled Σωκλάγ in 1Chron 7:12
Σεκλάγ
  • Meaning: Ziklag
  • Note: City of Simeonites (1Chron 4:30)
Σεκοῦνδος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Secundus
  • Note: A Christian from Thessalonica who was a partner with Paul (Acts 20:4)
  • Forms:
Σελαθί
  • Meaning: Zillethai
  • Note: One of David's captains from the tribe of Manasseh (1Chron 12:21)
Σελεῒ
Σελεῒμ
  • Meaning: Shilhim
  • Note: City in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:32)
Σελεμί
  • Meaning: Shelomi
  • Note: The father of Ahihud, the spy from the tribe of Asher (Num 34:27)
Σελεμία
  • Meaning: Shelemiah, Selemia
  • Note: Son of Bani who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:39)
  • Note: Another son of Bani who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:41)
  • Note: Father of Hananiah (Neh 3:30)
  • Note: A priest whom Nehemiah appointed as treasurer (Neh 13:13)
Σελεμίας
Σελεύκεια
Σέλευκος
Σελέφ
  • Meaning: Zalaph
  • Note: Father of Hanun (Neh 3:30)
Σελήκ
  • Meaning: Zalaph
  • Note: Zalaph: Father of Hanun (Neh 3:30)
  • Note: Zelek: One of David's mighty warriors (1Chron 11:39)
Σεληκάν
  • Meaning: Selecan
  • Note: One of the cities in the territory of the tribe of Benjamin (Josh 18:27 LXX)
Σελλά
  • Meaning: Zillah
  • Note: Zillah: One of the wives of Lamech; mother of Tubal and Naamah (Gen 4:19)
  • Note: Nahalal: A Levite city of the territory of the tribe of Zebulun mentioned in the LXX for Nahalal; Hebrew (Josh 21:35)
Σελλήμ
  • Meaning: Shallum, Hillel, Shillem
  • Note: Shallum: One of the gatekeepers who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:24)
  • Note: Shallum: Son of Tokhath, husband of Huldah (2Kings 22:14; 2Chron 34:22)
  • Note: Shallum: The father of Jehizkiah from the tribe of Ephraim (2Chron 28:12)
  • Note: Hillel: Father of Abdon (Judg 12:13 Alex)
  • Note: Shillem: Descendant of Naphtali and head of the Shillemites (Num 26:49)
Σελλημί
  • Meaning: Shillemites
  • Note: Family of Shillem (Num 26:49)
Σελλής
  • Meaning: Shelesh
  • Note: Shelesh: son of Helem (1Chron 7:35)
  • Note: Laish: Father of Paltiel (2Sam 3:15)
Σελλησά
  • Meaning: Shiloh
  • Note: Taanaath Shiloh: a place on the border of Ephraim about 11 km SE of Shechem (Josh 16:6)
Σελλούμ
  • Meaning: Shallum
  • Note: Son of Jabesh (2Kings 15:10,13)
Σελμανά
  • Meaning: Zalmunna
  • Note: King of Midian (Judg 8:5)
Σελμών
  • Meaning: Zalmon
  • Note: The Ahohite, one of David's top soldiers (2Sam 23:28); also called Ilai (1Chron 11:29
  • Note: Mountain area near Shechem (Judg 9:48)
Σελμωνά
  • Meaning: Hashmonah
  • Note: Hashmonah: A desert camp of the Israelites between Mithkah and Moseroth (Num 33:29,30)
  • Note: Zalmonah: A desert camp of the Israelites, the first after Mt. Hor (Num 33:41,42)
Σελνά
  • Meaning: Selna, Jattir
  • Note: LXX has Selna for , a city in the mountains of Judah (1Chron 6:57)
Σελχά
  • Meaning: Salcah, Shalisha
  • Note: Salcah: city in tribe of Manasseh about 90 km east of Jordan (1Chron 5:11; Deut 3:10l; Josh 12:5; 13:11)
  • Note: Shalisha: land in the mountains of Ephraim (1Sam 9:4)
Σελώμ
  • Meaning: Shallum
  • Note: Father of Maaseiah (Jer 35:4)
Σεμαά
  • Meaning: Shema, Shimeah
  • Note: Shema: Son of Hebron (1Chron 2:43)
  • Note: Shimeah: Son of Mikloth (1Chron 8:32)
Σεμαί
  • Meaning: Shammai
  • Note: Son of Mered (1Chron 4:17)
Σεμειών
  • Meaning: Semeion
  • Note: Descendant of Judah (1Chron 4:19)
Σεμεΐ
  • Parse: Noun: indeclined Masc
  • Meaning: Semei, Shimei, Shemaiah
  • Note: Semei: the son of Joseph and father of Mattathiah (Luke 3:26)
  • Note: Semei: the son of (Pedaiah) in MT, but Shealtiel in LXX (1Chron 3:19)
  • Note: Shimei: the son of Zacchur (1Chron 4:16)
  • Note: Shemaiah: the son of Joel (1Chron 5:3)
  • Note: Shimei: the son of Gog (1Chron 5:4)
  • Note: Shimei: son of Gershon (Num 3:18; 1Chron 6:17; 23:7); spelled Shimi in Ex 6:17
  • Note: Shimei: son of Libni (1Chron 6:29)
  • Note: Shimei: the son of Echa, Jahath and the father of Zimmah (1Chron 6:42)
  • Note: Shimei: the son of Jeduthun (1Chron 25:3)
  • Note: Shimei the Ramathite (1Chron 27:27)
  • Note: Shimei: one of the mighty men who supported David (1Kings 1:8)
  • Note: Shimei: son of Gera, a Benjamite who cursed David (2Sam 16:5; 1Kings 2:8)
  • Note: Shimei: son of Heman (2Chron 29:14)
  • Note: Shimei: Levite brother of Cononiah (2Chron 31:12,13)
  • Note: Shemaiah: An assistant to Kore (2Chron 31:15)
  • Note: Shimea: David's brother (2Sam 21:21)
  • Note: Shimei: Hashum's descendant who had married a foreign wife (Ezra 10:33; 1Esdras 9:33)
  • Note: Shimei: son of Bani who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:38)
  • Note: Shemaiah: son of Delaiah (Neh 6:10)
  • Note: Shimei: son of Hashum who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:33)
  • Note: Shimei: Leader of the tenth band of musicians who served in the sanctuary (1Chron 25:17)
Σεμεία
  • Meaning: Shemaiah
  • Note: the head of a priestly house in the days of Joiakim (Neh 12:18)
Σεμεΐας
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Shemaiah, Shimei, Shemeliah
  • Note: Shemaiah: one who celebrated with Nehemiah after the building of the wall (Neh 12:42)
  • Note: Shimei: son of Kish, father of Jair (Esther 1:1LXX; 2:5)
  • Note: Shemeliah: Tobit was friends with the two sons of Shemeliah (Tobit 5:14)
  • Forms:
Σεμεῒν
  • Meaning: Semei
  • Note: Semei: the son of Joseph and father of Mattathiah (Luke 3:26)
Σεμείς
  • Meaning: Shimei
  • Note: A Levite who pledged to put away his foreign wife (1Esdras 9:23)
Σεμελίος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Shemeliah
  • Note: Father of Hananiah and Nathan; ancestors of Tobit (Tobit 5:14)
  • Forms:
Σεμερών
  • Meaning: Shimron
  • Note: Shimron: son of Issachar (1Chron 7:1)
  • Note: Samaria: Omri bought the hill of Samaria from Shemer and built a city called Samaria (1Kings 16:24)
Σεμεών
  • Meaning: Semeon
  • Note: Son of Harim who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:31)
Σεμήρ
  • Meaning: Shemer
  • Note: The owner of the hill of Samaria on which Omri built Samaria (1Kings 16:24)
Σεμιών
  • Meaning: Shimon
  • Note: Descendant of Judah who had four sons (1Chron 4:20)
Σεμιρά
  • Meaning: Shemida
  • Note: Descendant of Manasseh (1Chron 7:19)
Σεμιραμώθ
  • Meaning: Shemiramoth
  • Note: A second rank Levite (1Chron 15:18,20; 16:5)
  • Note: Levite in the reign of Jehoshaphat (2Chron 17:8)
Σεμμά
  • Meaning: Shamma
  • Note: Son of Zophah (1Chron 7:37)
Σεμμήρ
  • Meaning: Shamer
  • Note: Shamer: son of Mahli; father of Bani (1Chron 6:46)
  • Note: Shemer: descendant of Asher (1Chron 7:34)
  • Note: Shemed: Son of Elpaal (1Chron 8:12)
Σεμρών
  • Meaning: Shimron
  • Note: A town in territory of Zebulun near Bethlehem (Josh 19:15)
Σεμρίμ
  • Meaning: Zemaraim
  • Note: A town assigned to the tribe of Benjamin (Josh 18:22)
Σεμωίθ
  • Meaning: Semoith, Minnith
  • Note: A town in the territory of Ammon (Judg 11:33)
Σεννά
  • Meaning: Seneh, Zin, Zenan
  • Note: Seneh: the name of one of two sharp rocks through which Jonathan went to the Philistines' garrison (1Sam 14:4)
  • Note: Zin: the SE corner of the desert et-Tih; but not the same as Sin (Num 34:4; Josh 15:3)
  • Note: Zenan: Town in the plain country of tribe of Judah (Josh 15:37)
Σενναάν
  • Meaning: Zaanan
  • Note: A city of Judah mentioned only once (Micah 1:11)
Σενναάρ
  • Meaning: Shinar, Shinab
  • Note: Shinar: possibly identified with Babylon (Gen 10:10;11:2; Dan 1:2). Amraphel was its king. (Gen 14:1)
  • Note: Shinab: king of Admah (Gen 14:2)
Σεννάν
  • Meaning: Zenan
  • Note: City in the territory of Judah (Josh 15:37)
Σενναχηρίμ
  • Meaning: Sennacherib
  • Note: Son of Sargon and replaced him as king of Assyria in 705 BC (2Chron 32:1)
  • Note: Son of Shalmaneser and replaced him as king of Assyria in 705 BC (Tobit 1:15)
Σεπφάμ
  • Meaning: Shepham
  • Note: A treeless place (Num 34:11)
Σεπφαμά
  • Meaning: Shepham
  • Note: A treeless place (Num 34:10)
Σεπφαρίμ
  • Meaning: Sepharvaim
  • Note: A city of Samaria whose gods were unable to rescue its people from Rabshakeh (Isa 36:19; 37:13)
Σεπφαρουαίν
  • Meaning: Sepharvaim
  • Note: An Assyrian city, from which the king of Assyria colonized Samaria (2Kings 17:24)
Σεπφώρ
  • Meaning: Zippor
  • Note: Balak's father who was king of Moab (Num 22:2; Judg 11:25)
Σεπφωρά
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Fem
  • Meaning: Shiphrah, Zipporah
  • Note: Shiphrah: One of the Hebrew midwives (Ex 1:15)
  • Note: Zipporah: daughter of Reuel and wife of Moses (Ex 2:21)
  • Forms:
Σεραδά
  • Meaning: Zereth
  • Note: City on the mountain of the valley east of Jordan given to Reuben (Josh 13:19)
Σεράρ
  • Meaning: Serar
  • Note: Temple servant families (1Esdras 5:32)
Σεργίος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Sergius
  • Note: Proconsul Sergius Paulus (Acts 13:7)
  • Forms:
Σερεβίας
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Sherebiah
  • Note: A leader of the priests (1Esdras 8:54)
  • Forms:
Σερέδ
  • Meaning: Sered
  • Note: Son of Zebulun (Gen 46:14)
Σερί
  • Meaning: Seri
  • Note: Where the MT has "Hazar Gaddah" and "Heshmon" in v27, the LXX has just Seri as one of the cities of Judah (Josh 15:27)
Σερούχ
  • Meaning: Serug
  • Note: Son of Reu and father of Nahor (Gen 11:20; 1Chron 1:26; Luke 3:35)
Σερράν
  • Meaning: Serran
  • Note: Place name found only in LXX (2Sam 23:9LXX); but may be identified as Pasdammim in the parallel passage in 1Chron 11:13
Σεσαθάν
  • Meaning: Zaretan
  • Note: Town near Beth-Shean (1Kings 4:12)
Σεσθήλ
  • Meaning: Sesthel
  • Note: Descendant of Addi (1Esdras 9:31)
Σεσί
  • Meaning: Sheshai
  • Note: Shashai: son of Bani who promised to put away his pagan wife (Ezra 10:40)
  • Note: Canaanite who lived in Hebron and was killed by Judah (Judg 1:10)
Σεσσί
  • Meaning: Sheshai
  • Note: A Canaanite descendant of Anak killed by Judah (Judg 1:10)
Σεσσίς
  • Meaning: Shashai
  • Note: Ezora's descendant who had married a foreign wife (1Esdras 9:34)
Σετιρωθά
  • Meaning: Seirah
  • Note: After Ehud killed Eglon, he escaped to Seirah (Judg 3:26)
Σετρί
  • Meaning: Zithri
  • Note: Son of Uzziel (Ex 6:22)
Σέφ
  • Meaning: Seph
  • Note: A son of the giant Goliath (2Sam 21:18)
Σεφέθ
  • Meaning: Zephath
  • Note: A Royal city of the Canaanites that Judah and Simeon destroyed and renamed Hormah and later allotted to Simeon (Judg 1:17). (Hormah) means "a devoting, a place laid waste" thus the LXX translates it as Ἐξολέθρευσις meaning "destruction"
Σεφεῒ
  • Meaning: Sephei
  • Note: Son of Allon; father of Ziza from the tribe of Simeon (1Chron 4:37)
Σεφέκ
  • Meaning: Zephath
  • Note: A Royal city of the Canaanites that Judah and Simeon destroyed and renamed Hormah and later allotted to Simeon (Judg 1:17). (Hormah) means "a devoting, a place laid waste" thus the LXX (Vaticanus) translates it as Ἀνάθεμα meaning "accursed"
Σεφηλά
  • Meaning: Sephela, Shephelah
  • Note: Sephela: Not a city but a description of flat land, or plain (2Chron 26:10; Jer 32:44; 33:13; Obadiah 19; )
  • Note: Shephelah: Not a city. Simon built Adida in the Shephelah and fortified it (1Macc 12:38)
Σεφί
  • Meaning: Sechu, Sephi
  • Note: Name of a great well (1Sam 19:22)
Σεφινά
  • Meaning: Zaphon
  • Note: City on the east side of Jordan river in the territory of Gad (Judg 12:1)
Σεφνί
  • Meaning: Shiphmite
  • Note: Probably a native of Shepham (1Chron 27:27)
Σεχενία
  • Meaning: Shechaniah
  • Note: Descendant of David (1Chron 3:21)
  • Note: Father of Shemaiah (Neh 3:29)
  • Note: Son of Arah (Neh 6:18)
  • Note: One of the Levites who returned from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Neh 12:3)
  • Note: Shebaniah: the head of a priestly house in the days of Joiakim (Neh 12:14)
  • Note: The chief of the tenth of the 24 courses of priests (1Chron 24:11)
Σεχενίας
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Sechenias
  • Note: Father of Samaia (1Chron 3:21,22)
  • Note: A priest in the time of David (1Chron 24:11)
  • Note: The father of Shemaiah the keeper of the East Gate (Neh 3:29)
  • Note: The son of Arah (Neh 6:18)
  • Note: Shechaniah: One of the priests who came from Babylon with Zerubbabel (Neh 12:3)
  • Note: Shebaniah: the head of a priestly house in the days of Joiakim (Neh 12:14)
  • Note: Shechaniah: Father of Hattush (1Esdras 8:29)
  • Note: Shechaniah: son of Jahaziel (Ezra 8:5)
  • Forms:
Σεχονίας
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Shecaniah
  • Note: Levite assistant of Kore (2Chron 31:15)
Σεωρίμ
  • Meaning: Seorim
  • Note: The chief of the fourth of the twenty-four courses of priests (1Chron 24:8)