Abnér

Abnér Irish Abbot, died 760. Abnér was abbot of Imleach Iubhair in what is now County Tipperary. In pre-history, it was known as Medón Mairtine, or central Mairtine. The Mairtine were an extremely powerful group in pre-historic Munster. Little is known about Abnér but he is mentioned in the Annals of Inisfallen as the Abbot of Lismore. ...
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Abner

(from the article `Ishbosheth`) Ishbosheth was proclaimed king of Israel by Abner, Saul`s cousin and commander in chief, who then became the real power behind the throne. The House ...
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Abner

(lived c. 11th century BC) In the Old Testament, the cousin of Saul and captain of his army. After Saul's death Abner proclaimed Ishbosheth king. To reconcile the rival claims of Ishbosheth and David he visited the latter at...
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Abner

[name] Abner is both a surname and a given name. The best known is Abner from the Bible (Book of Samuel), first cousin to Saul and commander-in-chief of his army. Other notable people with the name include: Given name: Surname: Fictional characters: ...
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Abner

Abner is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `father of light` The name Abner is most commonly given to American boys. What do they use in other countries? Ebby Ebbie
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Abner

Abner, in the Bible, relative of Saul and commander in chief of his army. Jealousy and revenge probably caused his death at Joab's hands.
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