Hannah

(11th century ), mother of Samuel, the Jewish judge. Childless as one of the two wives of Elkanah, she prayed for a son, promising to dedicate him ... [3 related articles]
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Hannah

(from the article `Beverly`) ...just north of Salem. Settled about 1626, it was named for Beverley, England, when incorporated as a town (township) in 1668. It early developed as ...
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Hannah

[biblical figure] Hannah (from Hebrew חַנָּה, also occasionally transliterated as Channah or Ḥannah; pronounced in English as ə) is the wife of Elkanah mentioned in the Books of Samuel. According to the Hebrew Bible she was the mother of Samuel. The Hebrew word `Hannah` has many meanings and interpretations, with the most common be...
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Hannah

[oratorio] Hannah is an oratorio in three acts by Christopher Smart with a score composed by John Worgan. It was first performed in Haymarket theater 3 April 1764. It was supposed to have a second performance, but that performance was postponed and eventually cancelled over a lack of singers. A libretto was published for its run and a libre...
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Hannah

Hannah is an English name for girls. The meaning is `admirable, favored` The name Hannah is most commonly given to Scottish girls. Hannah is at number 15 in the top 50 of Scottish girls (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Hanna (Finnish, Polish) Hanine The name sounds like: Hanyah, Haniah, Hannyah, Hanniah See also: Aine...
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Hannah

Hannah, in the Bible, Samuel's mother. Her song is recalled in the Magnificat. The names Anna and Ann are variants of Hannah.
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