an answer; i.e., to “prayer”, the father of Shamgar, who was one of the judges of Israel (Judg. 3:31).
After him Shamgat, the son of anath, was elected for their governor, but died in the first year of his government.
The Antiquities of the Jews Flavius Josephus
anath signified the fountain of light, and was abbreviated Nath and Neith by the Egyptians.
A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I. Jacob Bryant
But that both anath and Astarte were also dissolute goddesses is recognised in a text which ascribes their creation to Set.
The Religion of Ancient Palestine Stanley A. Cook
a person or thing detested or loathed: That subject is anathema to him. a person or thing accursed or consigned to damnation or destruction. a formal ecclesiastical curse involving excommunication. any imprecation of divine punishment. a curse; execration. Contemporary Examples Government regulations were not anathema to the market but requisite. Obamacare Is as American as […]
loathsome; disgusting; hateful.
to pronounce an against; denounce; curse. to pronounce ; curse. Historical Examples Be sure that Ravenna, anathematize as he may, will never be permitted to enter that convent. The Shadow of the Czar John R. Carling Will they burn me at Carfax, or will they anathematize me with bell, book, and candle? The Works of […]
to pronounce an against; denounce; curse. to pronounce ; curse. Historical Examples Mr. Camperdown anathematised the carelessness of everybody connected with Messrs. Garnett’s establishment. The Eustace Diamonds Anthony Trollope The engineer was regarded as John’s seducer, and was anathematised. The Son of a Servant August Strindberg Men are Whigs or not-Whigs, and the not-Whig is […]