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.
Jehovah will see; i.e., will provide, the name given by Abraham to the scene of his offering up the ram which was caught in the thicket on Mount Moriah. The expression used in Gen. 22:14, “in the mount of the Lord it shall be seen,” has been regarded as equivalent to the saying, “Man’s extremity […]
Jehovah my banner, the title given by Moses to the altar which he erected on the hill on the top of which he stood with uplifted hands while Israel prevailed over their enemies the Amalekites (Ex. 17:15).