A Dictionary of the Proper Names of the Old and New Testament Scriptures: Being an Accurate and Literal Translation from the Original Tongues

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Loizeaux, 1909 - Names in the Bible - 100 pages
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Page iii - whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning;" and that their grand design is "to make us wise unto salvation, through faith which is in Christ Jesus.
Page viii - Again, some names are capable of being derived, with equal accuracy, from two, or even three different roots, as eg, when the root is one with a feeble radical, or doubles the second radical, the inflection of such verbs being to some extent similar: but where an alternative rendering has been thought possible, it has been given.
Page xi - When ei is followed by a vowel, the i is usually sounded like y consonant: as Iphideiah (If ede'yah); the termination iah, in OT names, nearly always taking that sound, from the coalescing of the two sounds " ee " and " ah " =
Page 11 - I will make the spoiled to boil I will stir myself (in...
Page 44 - I je ab'a rim, heaps of the regions beyond or of
Page 54 - Jo'nath e'lem re cho'kim, the dove of silence among strangers (literally the dove of silence of...
Page 54 - Jo'shah, he will be prospered: let him subsist: he will be made wise...
Page 62 - Mas'sa, a prophecy: a burden (as something undertaken to carry through); enduring Mas'sah...
Page 69 - Neb u chad rez'zar, confusion of the abode of treasure: prophesy, the seer's vessel is preserved...
Page 81 - Sa'tyr, a demon (in he-goat form, or as bristling with horror) Saul...

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