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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Informal. a hold or grasp (often followed by of): He took ahold of my arm. Grab ahold! Nautical Archaic. close to the wind and on a single tack: to keep a vessel ahold. get ahold of, Informal. (def 51). Contemporary Examples The guy who took the video got ahold of me and said he wanted […]
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 Assyrians. 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 God 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 […]