an epithet applied to dodo, one of solomon’s captains (1 chr. 27:4); to his son eleazar, one of david’s three mightiest heroes (2 sam. 23:9; 1 chr. 11:12); and to zalmon, one of the thirty (2 sam. 23:28; 1 chr. 11:29), from their descent from ahoah.
and after him was eleazar his uncle’s son the ahohite, who was one of the three mighties.
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aholah she has her own tent, a name used by ezekiel (23:4, 5, 36, 44) as a symbol of the idolatry of the kingdom of israel. this kingdom is described as a lewdwoman, an adulteress, given up to the abominations and idolatries of the egyptians and -ssyrians. because of her crimes, she was carried away […]
aholiab tent of the father, an artist of the tribe of dan, appointed to the work of preparing materials for the tabernacle (ex. 31:6; 35:34; 36:1, 2; 38:23). historical examples every one of these is a doctrine or a discipline engraven in the wood by some bezaleel or aholiab of early christian days. footprints of […]
aholibah my tent is in her, the name of an imaginary harlot, applied symbolically to jerusalem, because she had abandoned the worship of the true g-d and given herself up to the idolatries of foreign nations. (ezek. 23:4, 11, 22, 36, 44). historical examples aholibah no longer manifested interest in the life of paris. visionaries […]
aholibamah tent of the height, the name given to judith, the daughter of beeri = anah (gen. 26:34; 36:2), when she became the wife of esau. a district among the mountains of edom, probably near mount hor, was called after her name, or it may be that she received her name from the district. from […]
an extinct thai language of -ssam. historical examples these were ahoms; their alphabet was ahom, and the language ahom. the natural history of the varieties of man robert gordon latham the ahom, however, was siamese; and probably the khamti was a dialect of it. the natural history of the varieties of man robert gordon latham […]