Which name means "for the Lord's
sake" in Hebrew: Solomon or
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The name Jedidiah is the nickname that the prophet Nathan gave to newly-born Solomon.
1 Samuel 12:24 And David comforted Bath-sheba his wife, and went in
unto her, and lay with her; and she bore a son, and called his name
Solomon. And the LORD loved him;
12:25 and He sent
by the hand of Nathan the prophet, and he called his name
Jedidiah, for the LORD'S sake. Note that the
King James Bible translated the name as:
because of the LORD. Others, such as Robert Alter in The David Story, tranlate is as "God's
Solomon derives from the Hebrew
Shlo-mo , his
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