tent of the father, an artist of the tribe of Dan, appointed to the work of preparing materials for the tabernacle (Ex. 31:6; 35:34; 36:1, 2; 38:23).
Every one of these is a doctrine or a discipline engraven in the wood by some Bezaleel or aholiab of early Christian days.
Footprints of Former Men in Far Cornwall Robert S. Hawker
Jerome mentions the Jewish fable that the artist Hiram was of the family of aholiab, the artist of the wilderness.
The Expositor’s Bible: The First Book of Kings F. W. Farrar
With him God had appointed aholiab; and in the hearts of all the wise-hearted I have put wisdom.
The Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Exodus G. A. Chadwick
aholibah my tent is in her, the name of an imaginary harlot, applied symbolically to Jerusalem, because she had abandoned the worship of the true God and given herself up to the idolatries of foreign nations. (Ezek. 23:4, 11, 22, 36, 44). Historical Examples aholibah no longer manifested interest in the life of Paris. Visionaries […]
a combining form extracted from alcoholic, occurring as the final element in compounds, often facetious nonce words, with the sense “a person who has an addiction to or obsession with some object or activity”: workaholic; chargeaholic. word-forming element abstracted from alcoholic; first in sugarholic (1965), foodoholic (sic., 1965); later in workaholic (1968), golfaholic (1971), chocoholic […]
aholibamah tent of the height, the name given to Judith, the daughter of Beeri = Anah (Gen. 26:34; 36:2), when she became the wife of Esau. A district among the mountains of Edom, probably near Mount Hor, was called after her name, or it may be that she received her name from the district. From […]
. Historical Examples Whin Oi swung down me left arrum wuz straight up, aholt av th’ limb, an’ the right wan wuz steadyin’ me pack. Adventures in Alaska Samuel Hall Young