Abidan



abidan

father of judgment; judge, head of the tribe of Benjamin at the Exodus (Num. 1:11; 2:22).

Historical Examples

Let abidan’s troops be all prepared, and at the moment when the flames first ascend, march to the Seraglio gate as if with aid.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

I know thy thoughts, abidan,’ exclaimed the priest; ‘but it cannot be.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

The weapon slightly wounded abidan, who, drawing it from his arm, sent it back to the heart of its owner.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

It was the night after the visit of abidan and the prophetess.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

The division of abidan fought with the desperation that became their fortunes.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

The escape of abidan seemed counterbalanced by the capture of Jabaster.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

The High Priest and his companion entered the house of abidan.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

In the tribe of the sons of Benjamin the prince was abidan the son of Gedeon.
The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version Various

Jabaster had agreed to meet abidan in the square of the great mosque two hours after sunset, and thither he now repaired.
Alroy Benjamin Disraeli

And in the tribe of Benjamin, the prince was abidan the son of Gedeon.
The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version Various

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