[ih-loh-dee-uh] /ɪˈloʊ di ə/
any of several New World submersed aquatic plants of the genus Elodea, having numerous, usually whorled leaves.
[e-loh-him; Sephardic Hebrew e-law-heem; Ashkenazic Hebrew e-loh-him; in nonliturgical use by Orthodox Jews e-law-keem, e-loh-kim] /ɛˈloʊ hɪm; Sephardic Hebrew ɛ lɔˈhim; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˌɛ loʊˈhɪm; in nonliturgical use by Orthodox Jews ɛ lɔˈkim, ˌɛ loʊˈkɪm/ noun 1. God, especially as used in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament. /ɛˈləʊhɪm; ˌɛləʊˈhiːm/ noun 1. (Old Testament) […]
[e-loh-hiz-uh m, el-oh-hiz-uh m] /ɛˈloʊ hɪz əm, ˈɛl oʊˌhɪz əm/ noun 1. the worship of or the religious system based on such worship.
[e-loh-hist, el-oh-] /ɛˈloʊ hɪst, ˈɛl oʊ-/ noun 1. a writer of one of the major sources of the Hexateuch, in which God is characteristically referred to as Elohim rather than Yahweh. /ɛˈləʊhɪst/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the supposed author or authors of one of the four main strands of text of the Pentateuch, identified chiefly […]
[ih-loin] /ɪˈlɔɪn/ verb (used with object) 1. to remove to a distance, especially to take beyond the jurisdiction of a law court. /ɪˈlɔɪn/ verb 1. (transitive) (archaic) to remove (oneself, one’s property, etc) to a distant place v. 1530s, “to remove to a distance” (especially in an effort to avoid the law), from Anglo-French eloign, […]