🔼The name Jashobeam in the Bible
Jashobeam, the son of a Hachmonite named Zabdiel (1 Chronicles 27:2), is one of David's mighty-men who came to him in Ziklag. In 1 Chronicles 11:11 he is noted as the spear-slinging slayer of three hundred men, and most scholars assume he is the same as Josheb-basshebeth, also known as Adino the Eznite, who killed eighth-hundred men at one time (2 Samuel 23:8).
🔼Etymology of the name Jashobeam
The name Jashobeam consists of two parts:
1) The first part of our name comes from the verb שוב (shub), meaning to return:
The name Jashobeam starts with the letter yod, which makes the verb active: he will shub.
2) The second part of the name Jashobeam is the noun עם ('am), meaning people, and which derives from the following root group:
For a meaning of the name Jashobeam, NOBSE Study Bible Name List reads Let The People Return. Jones' Dictionary of Old Testament Proper Names proposes He Will Return Among The People