Sabaoth

[n] - (plural) hosts or armies
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Sabaoth

Sab'a·oth (săb'a*ŏth or sȧ'bā*ŏth; 277) noun plural [ Hebrew tsebā'ōth , plural of tsābā' , an army or host, from tsābā' , to go forth to war.] 1. Armies; hosts. [ Used twice in the English Bible, in...
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Sabaoth

noun (plural) hosts or armies; used in the book of Romans in the New Testament; `Lord of Sabaoth`
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Sabaoth

• (n. pl.) Incorrectly, the Sabbath. • (n. pl.) Armies; hosts.
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Sabaoth

Sabaoth (săb'āoth, –ōth, sābā'uth) , Hebrew term used in the New Testament (Rom. 9.29; James 5.4) and in Christian hymns (e.g., Sanctus and Te Deum) in the title of God, translated in the Bible as “Lord of Hosts” (Isa. 1.9).
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