Amram



the father of Aaron and Moses. Ex. 6:20.
Contemporary Examples

This alternative alliance is precisely what Labor’s Isaac Herzog and Livni’s partner, Amram Mitzne, have been calling for.
How Yair Lapid’s Gambit Ends Bernard Avishai March 6, 2013

Historical Examples

The family of Amram was distinguished by a very striking peculiarity.
Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. I Francis Augustus Cox

Amram greeted him, and wished to say some words in token of friendliness.
Historical Miniatures August Strindberg

The old worker in ebony and cabinet-maker, Amram, dwelt by the river-side in a clay-hut which was covered with palm-leaves.
Historical Miniatures August Strindberg

A man loving, gentle, forgiving of heart, like Moses son of Amram.
The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran Anonymous

Amram reached at last the temple square, passed through the avenue of Sphinxes, and stood before a little door in the left pylon.
Historical Miniatures August Strindberg

And the years of Amram’s life, were a hundred and thirty-seven.
The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version Various

In order to satisfy himself Amram went in the direction where the silence seemed to be densest.
Historical Miniatures August Strindberg

A contemporary of Amram, Zemach, the son of Paltoi, found a different channel for his literary energies.
Chapters on Jewish Literature Israel Abrahams

Amram sought to find his way back, but could only discover one piece of papyrus.
Historical Miniatures August Strindberg

kindred of the High; i.e., “friend of Jehovah.” (1.) The son of Kohath, the son of Levi. He married Jochebed, “his father’s sister,” and was the father of Aaron, Miriam, and Moses (Ex. 6:18, 20; Num. 3:19). He died in Egypt at the age of 137 years (Ex. 6:20). His descendants were called Amramites (Num. 3:27; 1 Chr. 26:23). (2.) Ezra 10:34.

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