biblical name (II Sam. viii:16), used as a mild expletive in American English from 1857.
[ji-hosh-uh-fat, -hos-] /dʒɪˈhɒʃ əˌfæt, -ˈhɒs-/ noun 1. a king of Judah, son of Asa, who reigned in the 9th century b.c. I Kings 22:41–50. /dʒɪˈhɒʃəˌfæt; -ˈhɒs-/ noun (Old Testament) 1. the king of Judah (?873–?849 bc) (I Kings 22:41–50) 2. the site of Jehovah’s apocalyptic judgment upon the nations (Joel 4:14) Jehovah-judged. (1.) One of […]
Jehovah-swearing, the daughter of Jehoram, the king of Israel. She is called Jehoshabeath in 2 Chr. 22:11. She was the only princess of the royal house who was married to a high priest, Jehoiada (2 Chr. 22:11).
[ji-hoh-vuh] /dʒɪˈhoʊ və/ noun 1. a name of God in the Old Testament, a rendering of the ineffable name, JHVH, in the Hebrew Scriptures. 2. (in modern Christian use) God. /dʒɪˈhəʊvə/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the personal name of God, revealed to Moses on Mount Horeb (Exodus 3) 1530, Tyndale’s erroneous transliteration of Hebrew Tetragramaton […]
noun 1. (among the Jehovah’s Witnesses) God.