Nahum



[ney-huh m] /ˈneɪ həm/

noun
1.
a Minor Prophet of the 7th century b.c.
2.
a book of the Bible bearing his name.
Abbreviation: Nah.
/ˈneɪhəm/
noun (Old Testament)
1.
a Hebrew prophet of the 7th century bc
2.
the book containing his oracles

consolation, the seventh of the so-called minor prophets, an Elkoshite. All we know of him is recorded in the book of his prophecies. He was probably a native of Galilee, and after the deportation of the ten tribes took up his residence in Jerusalem. Others think that Elkosh was the name of a place on the east bank of the Tigris, and that Nahum dwelt there.

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