Jonathan

[n] - red late-ripening apple
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Jonathan

noun red late-ripening apple; primarily eaten raw
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Jonathan

[1 Samuel] Jonathan (Hebrew: {Hebrew|יְהוֹנָתָן} Yəhōnāṯān or Yehonatan; or {Hebrew|יוֹנָתָן} Yonatan) is a heroic figure in 1 Samuel in the Hebrew Bible. He was the eldest son of King Saul and close friend of King David. Like his father, he was a man of great strength and swiftness (2 Samuel 1:23), and excelled in a...
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Jonathan

[apple] The Jonathan apple is a medium-sized sweet apple, with a strong touch of acid and a tough but smooth skin. It is closely related to the Esopus Spitzenburg apple. ==History== There are two alternative theories about the origin of the Jonathan apple. The first is that it was grown by Rachel Negus Higley. Mrs. Higley gathered seeds fro...
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Jonathan

[Judges] Jonathan is a figure appearing in the account of Micah`s Idol in the Book of Judges, in which he is appointed as the priest of a shrine; since the shrine contained an ephod and teraphim, Jonathan is referred to as an idol-worshipper by traditional Judaism. The text identifies Jonathan as the son of Gershom, son of Manasseh, but the...
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Jonathan

[name] Variants of Jonathan include Johnatan, Jonathon, Johnathan, Jonothon, Jonothan, Johnathen, Johnathon and Johnthan. Biblical variants include Yehonathan, Y`honathan, Yhonathan, Yonathan, Yonatan, Yonaton, Yonoson, Yeonoson or Yehonasan. In Israel, `Yoni` is a common nickname for Yonatan (Jonathan) in the same way Jonny is for Jonathan...
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Jonathan

in the Old Testament (I and II Samuel), eldest son of King Saul; his intrepidity and fidelity to his friend, the future king David, make him one of ...
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Jonathan

Jonathan (jon'uthun) [short for Jehonathan, Heb.,=Yahweh has given]. 1. In the Bible, Saul's son and David's friend, both killed at the battle of Mt. Gilboa. David showed kindness to his son Mephibosheth. 2. David's nephew. He is perhaps the same man who is called David's uncle and counsellor in...
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Jonathan

Jonathan is a variety of apple.
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Jonathan

Jonathan is an English name for boys. The meaning is `gift from God` The name Jonathan is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. Jonathan is at number 39 in the top 50 of Norwegian boys (average of 10 years data) If it's too long you might use: Nathan, Jon What do they use in other countries? Johnathan (English) The name sounds like: Antwan, Antuan...
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Jonathan

This variety of apples was discovered in Woodstock, N.Y., in the 1920s and is known for its use in pies and applesauce. This crimson apple with occasional touches of green has a spicy tang that blends well with other varieties in sauces and cider. Jonathan is typically available from September through April.
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