Boaz

Boaz (z; Modern Hebrew: בועז Bốʿaz; Massoretical Hebrew: בֹּ֫עַז Bṓʿaz; ˈboːʕaz) is a major figure in the Book of Ruth in the Bible. The term is found 24 times in the Scriptures, being two in Greek (in the form `Booz`). The root בעז, just used in the Bible in relation to `Boaz` (see The Temple), perhaps expresses `quick...
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Boaz

[Book of Mormon] According to The Book of Mormon, the city Boaz (z) was in the land northward near the land Desolation. The city is mentioned only once in the book, in {Sourcetext|source=Book of Mormon|book=Mormon|chapter=4|verse=20}. In this city, the Nephites fought boldly and repelled the first attack of the Lamanites but retreated after...
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Boaz

Boaz (bō'ăz) , in the Bible, Ruth's husband, ancestor of David. The spelling in the New Testament is Booz.
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Boaz

Boaz is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `quick, strong` The name Boaz is most commonly given to Dutch boys. (47 times more often than to American boys.) The name sounds like: Baz, Bazz, Buzz, Paz
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