Haman

[n] - (Old Testament) the minister of the Persian emperor who hated the Jews and was hanged for plotting to massacre them
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Haman

(from the article `Purim`) Haman, chief minister of King Ahasuerus, incensed that Mordecai, a Jew, held him in disdain and refused obeisance, convinced the King that the Jews ... ...or `Writings.` In the Jewish Bible, Esther follows Ecclesiastes and Lamentations and is read on the festival of Purim (q.v.), which commemorates ....
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Haman

Haman (hā'mun) or Aman (ā'–) , in the Bible, favored minister of Ahasuerus. He commanded that all Jews be put to death. Esther interceded for her people, and Haman was hanged on the gallows he had set up for Mordecai.
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Haman

[Islam] In the primary scripture of Islam, the Quran, Haman (: هامان, pronounced: hāmān) is claimed to have been close to the Pharaoh at the time of a religious prophet, Moses. The name Haman appears six times throughout the whole Qur`an, four times with Pharaoh and twice by himself, where God sent Moses to invite Pharaoh and Haman t...
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Haman

[biblical figure] Haman (Also known as Haman the Agagite המן האגגי, or Haman the evil המן הרשע) is the main antagonist in the Book of Esther, who, according to the Hebrew Bible, was a vizier in the Persian empire under King Ahasuerus, traditionally identified as Xerxes I. As his name indicates, Haman was a descendant of Agag,...
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Haman

The villain of the story of Purim.
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