Morrish Bible Dictionary 
1. Father of Achbor. 2 Kings 22:12 . Called Micah in 2 Chronicles 34:20 .
3. Prince of Judah sent with priests and Levites to teach the people the law. 2 Chronicles 17:7 .
4. Son of Zaccur, a descendant of Asaph. Nehemiah 12:35 . Apparently called MICAH in 1 Chronicles 9:15; and Micha in Nehemiah 11:17,22 .
5. Priest who assisted at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem. Nehemiah 12:41 .
6. Son of Gemariah and a prince of Judah. Jeremiah 36:11,13 .
Smith's Bible Dictionary 
Micha'iah. (Who Is Like God?).
1. Same as Micah, 6 . 2 Chronicles 34:25.
2. Same as Micha, 3 . 1 Chronicles 9:15; Nehemiah 12:35.
3. One of the priests, at the dedication of the wall of Jerusalem. Nehemiah 12:41.
4. The daughter of Uriel of Gibeah, wife of Rehoboam, and mother of Abijah, king of Judah. 2 Chronicles 13:2. See Maachah, 3 .
5. One of the princes of Jehoshaphat, whom he sent to teach the law of Jehovah, in the cities of Judah. 2 Chronicles 17:7.
6. The son of Gemariah. He is only mentioned on one occasion. Jeremiah 36:11; Jeremiah 36:13-14.
Fausset's Bible Dictionary 
(See Micah ; MICHA.)
1. Nehemiah 12:41.
2. 2 Chronicles 17:7.
3. Son of Gemariah. (See Gemariah ; Baruch; Jeremiah ) ( Jeremiah 36:11-14). On hearing all the Lord's words, through Jeremiah, read by Baruch Michaiah went down to the king's house, into the scribe's chamber where sat all the princes, and declared unto them all the words. It was to his grandfather Shaphan, Josiah's scribe, that Hilkiah delivered the book of the law just found ( 2 Kings 22:10). (See Hilkiah .)
4. Same as Maachah, Rehoboam's wife, Abijah's mother ( 2 Chronicles 13:2).
Easton's Bible Dictionary 
Bibliography Information Easton, Matthew George. Entry for 'Michaiah'. Easton's Bible Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/ebd/m/michaiah.html. 1897.
Holman Bible Dictionary 
2 Kings 22:12 2 2 Chronicles 13:1-2 3 2 Chronicles 17:7 4 Jeremiah 36:11 36:13 5 Nehemiah 12:41 Nehemiah 12:35
American Tract Society Bible Dictionary 
A young prince at the court of Jehoiakim, who communicated to the king's counselors the solemn warnings of Jeremiah, Jeremiah 36:11 - 13 .
Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature 
(for the Heb., etc., see Micaiah the name of several men and one woman.
1. The queen-mother of king Abijah ( 2 Chronicles 13:2); elsewhere ( 2 Chronicles 11:20) called MAACHAH (See Maachah) (q.v.).
2. One of the national chieftains to whom Jehoshaphat gave orders to instruct the people of the various cities of Judah in the sacred law ( 2 Chronicles 17:7). B.C. 910.
3. The father of Achbor, which latter was one of the courtiers (perhaps a Levite) sent by Josiah to inquire of the prophetess Huldah concerning the newly-discovered copy of the Pentateuch ( 2 Kings 22:12). B.C. ante 623. In the parallel passage ( 2 Chronicles 34:20) he is called MICAH, and his father's name is written Abdon.
4. The son of Gemariah and grandson of Shaphan; after having heard Baruch read the terrible predictions of Jeremiah in his father's hall, he went, apparently with good intentions, to report to the king's officers what he had heard ( Jeremiah 36:11-13). B.C. 605. "Michaiah was the third in descent of a princely family, whose names are recorded in connection with important religious transactions. His grandfather Shaphan was the scribe, or secretary, of king Josiah, to whom Hilkiah the high-priest first delivered the book of the law which he said he had found in the House of Jehoivah — Shaphan first perusing the book himself, and then reading it aloud to the youthful-king ( 2 Kings 22:10). It was from his father Gemariah's chamber in the Temple that Baruch read the prophecies of Jeremiah in the ears of all the people. Moreover, Gemariah was one of the three who made intercession to king Zedekiah, although in vain. that he would not burn the roll containing Jeremiah's prophecies." (See Jeremiah) .
5. The son of Zaccur and father of Mattaniah, Levites ("priests' sons") of the line of Asaph (( Nehemiah 12:35). B.C. considerably ante 446. 6. One of the priests who celebrated with trumpets the completion of the walls of Jerusalem after the exile ( Nehemiah 12:41). B.C. 446.
- Michaiah from Morrish Bible Dictionary
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- Michaiah from Easton's Bible Dictionary
- Michaiah from Holman Bible Dictionary
- Michaiah from American Tract Society Bible Dictionary
- Michaiah from Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature