נְתִינִים noun masculine plural Nethinim (properly those given to the service of the sanctuary, as Levites are called נְתוּנִים
[Num 3:9]; [Num 8:16]; [Num 8:19]); — only [1Chr 9:2] (where distinguished from priests and Levites) + 16 t. Ezra Nehemiah (often distinguished from priests, Levites and porters; [Ezra 8:17] Kt has הנתונים, Qr הַנְּתִינִים), namely: [Ezra 2:43]; [Ezra 2:58]; [Ezra 2:70] = [Neh 7:46]; [Neh 7:60]; [Neh 7:72] (so Baer, Ginsb; van d. H. v [Neh 7:73]), [Ezra 7:7]; [Ezra 8:17]; [Ezra 8:20] (appointment ascribed to David, compare [1Chr 9:2]), v [1Chr 9:20]; [Neh 10:29]; [Neh 11:3] living on the Ophel [Neh 3:26]; [Neh 11:21] with their own overseers v [Neh 11:21], having a house known (in part) by their name [Neh 3:31]. — On ׳נ see further BauPriesterthum 100, 142 f.
The Brown-Driver-Briggs Hebrew and English Lexicon
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