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Malluch

Malluch (măl´ək), in the Bible. 1 Merarite. 2,3 Two who gave up foreign wives. 4,5 Two signers of the covenant. 6 Priestly family returned with Zerubbabel; an alternate form is Melicu. Some of these may be the same.

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Melicu

Melicu (mĕl´Ĭkyōō), same as Malluch6.

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