Ramiah

ra-mi'-a (ramyah, "Yah has loosened" or "Yah is high"): One of the Israelites, of the sons of Parosh, mentioned in the register of those who had offended in the matter of foreign marriages (Ezr 10:25). The form of the name in 1 Esdras (Ezr 9:15), "Hiermas," presupposes a Hebrew form yeremyah or possibly yirmeyah = "Jeremiah."

See a list of verses on RAMIAH in the Bible.

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

 
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