Tob-adonijah Good is Jehovah, my Lord, a Levite sent out by Jehoshaphat to instruct the people of Judah in the law (Ch2 17:8).
Tobiah Pleasing to Jehovah, the "servant," the "Ammonite," who joined with those who opposed the rebuilding of Jerusalem after the Exile (Neh 2:10). He was a man of great influence, which he exerted in opposition to the Jews, and "sent letters" to Nehemiah "to put him in fear" (Neh 6:17). "Eliashib the priest" prepared for him during Nehemiah's absence "a chamber in the courts of the house of God," which on his return grieved Nehemiah sore, and therefore he "cast forth all the household stuff of Tobiah out of the chamber" (Neh 13:7, Neh 13:8).
Tobijah Id., a Levite sent out through Judah by Jehoshaphat to teach the people (Ch2 17:8).
Tochen Measured, a town of Simeon (Ch1 4:32).
Togarmah (1.) A son of Gomer, and grandson of Japheth (Gen 10:3). (2.) A nation which traded in horses and mules at the fairs of Tyre (Eze 27:14; Eze 38:6); probably an Armenian or a Scythian race; descendants of (1.).
Tohu One of Samuel's ancestors (Sa1 1:1).
Toi A king of Hamath, who sent "Joram his son unto King David to salute him," when he "heard that David had smitten all the host of Hadadezer" (Sa2 8:9, Sa2 8:10). Called Tou (Ch1 18:9, Ch1 18:10).
Tola A scarlet worm. (1.) Eldest son of Issachar (Gen 46:13). (2.) A judge of the tribe of Issachar who "judged" Israel twenty-three years (Jdg 10:1, Jdg 10:2), when he died, and was buried in Shamir. He was succeeded by Jair.
Tolad Productive, a town of Simeon, in the south of Judah (Ch1 4:29).
Tolaites Descendants of Tola (Num 26:23; Ch1 7:1, Ch1 7:2).