yōtām יוֹתָם ‘Jotham’ (Hebrew)

Etymology: from H3068 and H8535 | Roots: יהווה תם | Morphology: N:N-M-P

yōtām
Jotham = "Jehovah is perfect"
1) son of king Uzziah of Judah by Jerushah; king of Judah for 16 years and contemporary with Isaiah and king Pekah of Israel
2) son of Jahdai and a descendant of Caleb and Judah
3) youngest son of Gideon who escaped from the massacre of his brothers

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Mentioned in Judges 9:5, 9:7, 9:21, 9:57 2 Kings 15:5, 15:7, 15:30, 15:32, 15:36, 15:38, 16:1 Isaiah 1:1, 7:1 Hosea 1:1 Micah 1:1 1 Chronicles 2:47, 3:12, 5:17 2 Chronicles 26:21, 26:23, 27:1, 27:6, 27:7, 27:9

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