Eli

(from the article `biblical literature`) ...2, verses 1–10) probably became the basis of the form and content of the Magnificat, the song that Mary, the mother of Jesus, sang in Luke, ...
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Eli

[biblical figure] Eli ({Hebrew Name|עלי|ʻEli|ʻĒlî}, meaning `Ascent`; or `Yahweh is the most high/God on high`; Ηλί Ēli; Heli) was, according to the Books of Samuel, a High Priest of Shiloh. ==Biblical narrative== Hannah is the wife of Elkanah. Elkanah also has another wife (Peninnah) who bore him children. Peninnah, at every cha...
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Eli

[name] The given name Eli has several origins. All masculine names are derived from Hebrew: Eli can also be a feminine name, a Nordic short form of Helena. People with this name include: ==Males== ==Females== ==Fictional== Fictional characters with this given name are: ...
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ELI

[programming language] ELI is an interactive array programming language system based on APL. It has the most of functionalities of ISO APL standard. In addition to classical APL, ELI features list for non-homogeneous or non-rectangular data, complex numbers, symbols, temporal data, and control structures. A scripting file facility helps a u...
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Eli

Eli (ē'lī) , in the Bible, high priest and judge of Israel, teacher of the boy Samuel.
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Eli

Eli is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `God helped` The name Eli is most commonly given to American boys. Eli is given to boys and girls in the Netherlands, France and England and Wales What do they use in other countries? Ely Elie (French) The name sounds like: Ali, Elia, Eliu See also: Eleazar, Elias, Elijah, Elisha, Elliot
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Eli

Eli was one of the Hebrew judges, the predecessor of Samuel. He was high-priest and judge for forty years, but was less successful as head of his own household. His two sons having been slain and the ark taken in battle by the Philistines, the news proved so severe a shock that he fell and broke his neck, at the age of ninety-eight. Little is reall...
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Eli

In the Old Testament, a priest and childhood teacher of the first prophet, Samuel. ...
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