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Jo·ab

 (jō′ăb)
In the Bible, the nephew and adviser of David whose military victories greatly strengthened David's monarchy. His violent acts of revenge to protect David led to his execution under Solomon.
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Joab

(ˈdʒəʊæb)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the successful commander of King David's forces and the slayer of Abner and Absalom (II Samuel 2:18–23; 3:24–27; 18:14–15)
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Jo•ab

(ˈdʒoʊ æb)

n.
a commander of David's army and the slayer of Absalom. II Sam. 3:27; 18:14.
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