Boyd’s Bible Dictionary:

(God-established). Eliakim, son of Josiah; name changed to Jehoiakim; successor to Jehoahaz, and 19th king of Judah, B. C. 609-598. Nearly entire reign one of vassalage to Egypt or Babylon (2 Kings 23:34-37; 24:1-6; Jer. 22:18-19; 36:30-32).

Concise Bible Dictionary:

Name given by Pharaoh-Necho to ELIAKIM son of Josiah king of Judah, whom he made king in the room of Jehoahaz his brother. He reigned from B.C. 610 to 599 (2 Kings 23:34-36). He was at first tributary to Egypt; but Egypt being defeated by Assyria at Carchemish, B.C. 606, he became tributary to Babylon. Nebuchadnezzar visited Jerusalem, bound Jehoiakim in chains to carry him to Babylon, but apparently altered his plans and left him at Jerusalem as a vassal; or, if he carried him to Babylon, allowed him to return (2 Chron. 36:5-8; Dan. 1:2). After three years Jehoiakim revolted and God sent against him bands of the Chaldees, the Syrians, the Moabites, and the Ammonites to destroy Judah on account of their wickedness (2 Kings 24:1-5).
Jehoiakim was warned many times, but he resented the admonitions, and put Urijah the prophet to death. In the fourth year of his reign, Jeremiah wrote in a book his prophecies against Judah and Israel, which were read in the Lord’s house; but when tidings of this reached the king he sent for the book, heard it read, and then cut it in pieces and burnt it. He ordered the arrest of Jeremiah and of Baruch who had written the book; but the Lord hid them. God declared He would punish him, and said, “He shall be buried with the burial of an ass, drawn and cast forth beyond the gates of Jerusalem”; his end is not recorded (Jer. 22:18,24; Jer. 26:21-23; Jer. 36:9-32).

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

from 3068 abbreviated and 6965; Jehovah will raise; Jehojakim, a Jewish king
KJV Usage:
Jehoiakim. Compare 3113

Jackson’s Dictionary of Scripture Proper Names:

Jehovah will set up

Potts’ Bible Proper Names:

God confirms; Jehovah will raise:―a Jewish king [JOIAKIM], 1 Chron. 3:15. {Dominus confirmat}