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Rehum

Rehum (rē´həm), in the Bible. 1 One of the returning exiles. He is also called Nehum. 2 Samaritan official who obstructed work on the Temple. 3 Sealer of the Covenant. 4 Levite who worked to rebuild Jerusalem. 5 Same as Harim1.

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Nehum

Nehum (nē´həm), alternative name of Rehum1.

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