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Meshach


Meshech, the Persian name given to Michael by the chief eunuch of the Babylon court, one of the companions of Daniel. He with Daniel and two other youths were selected for training as personal attendants and advisors to the king (Dan 1:7, sq.) about 604 BCE. A.G.H.


Source:

Unger, Merrill F., Unger's Bible Dictionary, Chicago, Moody Press, 1966, p. 716

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