Dinaite (Hebrew #1784)

4:9   Then
'edayin (Hebrew #116)
then (of time)
KJV usage: now, that time, then.
Pronounce: ed-ah'-yin
Origin: (Aramaic) of uncertain derivation
wrote Rehum
Rchuwm (Hebrew #7348)
Rechum, the name of a Persian and of three Israelites
KJV usage: Rehum.
Pronounce: rekh-oom'
Origin: a form of 7349
the chancellor
t`em (Hebrew #2942)
properly, flavor; figuratively, judgment (both subjective and objective); hence, account (both subj. and obj.)
KJV usage: + chancellor, + command, commandment, decree, + regard, taste, wisdom.
Pronounce: teh-ame'
Origin: (Aramaic) from 2939, and equivalent to 2941
b`el (Hebrew #1169)
(Aramaic) corresponding to 1167
KJV usage: + chancellor.
Pronounce: beh-ale'
, and Shimshai
Shimshay (Hebrew #8124)
sunny; Shimshai, a Samaritan
KJV usage: Shimshai.
Pronounce: shim-shah'-ee
Origin: (Aramaic) from 8122
the scribe
capher (Hebrew #5613)
a scribe (secular or sacred)
KJV usage: scribe.
Pronounce: saw-fare'
Origin: (Aramaic) from the same as 5609
, and the rest
sh'ar (Hebrew #7606)
(Aramaic) corresponding to 7605
KJV usage: X whatsoever more, residue, rest.
Pronounce: sheh-awr'
of their companions
knath (Hebrew #3675)
(Aramaic) corresponding to 3674
KJV usage: companion.
Pronounce: ken-awth'
; the Dinaites
Diynay (Hebrew #1784)
a Dinaite or inhabitant of some unknown Assyria province
KJV usage: Dinaite.
Pronounce: dee-nah'-ee
Origin: (Aramaic) partial from uncertain primitive
, the Apharsathchites
'Apharckay (Hebrew #671)
of foreign origin (only in the plural); an Apharsekite or Apharsathkite, an unknown Assyrian tribe
KJV usage: Apharsachites, Apharasthchites.
Pronounce: af-ar-sek-ah'ee
Origin: (Aramaic) or fApharcathkay (Aramaic) {af-ar-sath-kah'ee}
, the Tarpelites
Tarplay (Hebrew #2967)
a Tarpelite (collectively) or inhabitants of Tarpel, a place in Assyria
KJV usage: Tarpelites.
Pronounce: tar-pel-ah'-ee
Origin: (Aramaic) from a name of foreign derivation
, the Apharsites
'Apharcay (Hebrew #670)
an Apherasite or inhabitant of an unknown region of Assyria
KJV usage: Apharsite.
Pronounce: af-aw-re-sah'ee
Origin: (Aramaic) of foreign origin (only in the plural)
, the Archevites
'Arkvay (Hebrew #756)
an Arkevite (collectively) or native of Erek
KJV usage: Archevite.
Pronounce: ar-kev-ah'ee
Origin: (Aramaic) patrial from 751
, the Babylonians
Babliy (Hebrew #896)
a Babylonian
KJV usage: Babylonia.
Pronounce: bab-lee'
Origin: (Aramaic) patrial from 895
, the Susanchites
Shuwshankiy (Hebrew #7801)
a Shushankite (collectively) or inhabitants of some unknown place in Assyrian
KJV usage: Susanchites.
Pronounce: shoo-shan-kee'
Origin: (Aramaic) of foreign origin
, the Dehavites
Dahava` (Hebrew #1723)
Dahava, a people colonized in Samaria
KJV usage: Dehavites.
Pronounce: dah-hav-aw'
Origin: (Aramaic) of uncertain derivation
, and the Elamites
`Almiy (Hebrew #5962)
an Elamite or inhabitant of Elam
KJV usage: Elamite.
Pronounce: al-mee'
Origin: (Aramaic) patrial from a name corresponding to 5867 contracted