In a tribal fight he is said to have acted as armour-bearer to one of his uncles, Zubair.
His armour-bearer had told Seitz so downstairs, and he heard his voice within.
Then Saul threw himself upon his sword, and the armour-bearer followed the example of the king.
In an instant David took the sword from his armour-bearer's hand.
In the earliest times, possibly in the days of Olybion himself, every warrior of distinction was attended by his armour-bearer.
We are told that "he loved him greatly," and that David became his armour-bearer.
He called to his armour-bearer: Draw thy sword and slay me, that these uncircumcised may not come upon me and maltreat me.
She took back the weapons and target she had given to the armour-bearer, and stepped over the side of the litter to the ground.
If the criminal is of rank to have an armour-bearer, a carpet of skin should be spread, should one be easily procurable.
The latter anticipated his surrender, inasmuch as he and his armour-bearer mutually slew each other.
an officer selected by kings and generals because of his bravery, not only to bear their armour, but also to stand by them in the time of danger. They were the adjutants of our modern armies (Judg. 9:54; 1 Sam. 14:7; 16:21; 31:6).