Obadiah

Obadiah (pronounced ə, עבדיה ʿObhadyah or עבדיהו ʿObhadyahu, or in Modern Hebrew Ovadyah) is a Biblical theophorical name, meaning `servant of Yahweh` or `worshipper of Yahweh.` It is related to `Abdeel`, `servant of God`, which is also cognate to the Arabic name `Abdullah` or `Obaidullah`. Turkish name Abdil or Abdi. The...
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Obadiah

(from the article `biblical literature`) The Book of Obadiah, the fourth book of the Twelve (Minor) Prophets, contains only 21 verses. Nothing is known about the prophet as a person or about ...
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Obadiah

Abdias noun an Old Testament book telling Obadiah`s prophecies; the shortest book in the Christian Bible
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Obadiah

[1 Kings] Obadiah is a character in 1 Kings in the Hebrew Bible. He was a majordomo in charge of Ahab`s palace. According to 1 Kings 18:4, Obadiah hid a hundred prophets of Yahweh in caves to protect them from Jezebel. Peter Leithart compares Obadiah to Elijah and notes that both are faithful servants of Yahweh but that they `radically diff...
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Obadiah

Obadiah (ō"budī'u) , in the Bible. 1. Prophet, author of the book of Obadiah. 2. Ahab's major-domo. 3. Descendant of David. 4. One of David's mighty men. 5. Prince under Jehoshaphat. 6. Repairer of the Temple. 7. Father of Ishmaiah. 8. Same as Abda 2.
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Obadiah

Obadiah is a Hebrew name for boys. The meaning is `servant of God` The name Obadiah is most commonly given to American boys. The name sounds like: Ubadah, Abad, Abda, Abdi
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Obadiah

Obadiah is British slang for a domestic fire.
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Obadiah

Obadiah, short prophetic book of the Bible. The prophet is otherwise unknown. The oracle which comprises this book dates from after the destruction of Jerusalem by the Babylonians in 586 B.C. The prophecy calls down doom on Edom, who had gloated over the misfortune of Israel, and announces that the ...
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