Bible Names A-G
Amasai in Wikipedia
There were four biblical characters called Amasai (Hebrew:
עֲמָשַׂי "burdensome", pronounced [ˈamasai]).
The name is rarely used in modern Hebrew. Its only known
contemporary appearance is in the first name of the poet and
translator Amasai Levin. It is used less rarely as a Hebrew
Amasai the Levite, son of Elkanah, of the ancestry of Samuel
(1 Chr. 6:25, 35).
The leader of a body of men who joined David in the
"stronghold," probably of Adullam (1 Chr. 12:18).
Amasai the priest who was appointed to precede the ark with
blowing of trumpets on its removal from the house of Obed-edom
(1 Chr. 15:24).
Amasai, the father of a Levite, one of the two Kohathites who
took a prominent part at the instance of Hezekiah in the
cleansing of the temple (2 Chr. 29:12).