Isaiah

[n] - (Old Testament) the first of the major Hebrew prophets (8th century BC)
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Isaiah

(lived 8th century BC) In the Old Testament, the first major Hebrew prophet. The Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament was traditionally believed to be written by him, but it is now thought that large parts of it are the...
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Isaiah

Book of Isaiah noun an Old Testament book consisting of Isaiah`s prophecies
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Isaiah

prophet after whom the biblical Book of Isaiah is named (only some of the first 39 chapters are attributed to him), a significant contributor to ... [7 related articles]
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Isaiah

Isaiah is a Hebrew boy name. The meaning of the name is `salvation of the Lord ` Where is it used? The name Isaiah is mainly used In English, Jewish and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Isabel ( In Spanish, Portuguese, French and In English) Isaia ( In Italian) Ikaia ( In Hawaiian) Esa ( In Finnish) Isiah ( In English) If it`s too lon
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Isaiah

Isaiah (īzā'yu, īsā'–) , prophetic book of the Bible. It is a collection of prophecies from a 300-year period attributed to Isaiah, who may have been a priest. Some scholars argue that a long-lived “school” of Isaiah preserved his oracles and supplem...
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Isaiah

Isaiah was the first of the great Hebrew prophets. He began his predictions in the laat years of Uzziah's reign. Of his father, Amoz, we know nothing, and of the circumstances of his life but little. We know, however, that he had great influence over the kings and people of Judah, and he is supposed to have died at a good old age at Jerusalem, at t
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Isaiah

In the Old Testament, the first major Hebrew prophet. The Book of Isaiah in the Old Testament was traditionally believed to be written by him, but it is now thought that large parts of it are the work of at least two other writers. Isaiah was the son of Amos, probably of high rank, and lived largely in Jerusalem
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