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from the library of 



CHARLES RHIND JOY 




Dictionary of 
Bible Proper Names 



EVERY PROPER NAME IN THE OLD AND NEW 
TESTAMENTS ARRANGE!) IN ALPHABETICAL 
ORDER; SYLLABIFY AND ACCENTED; VOWEL 
SOUNDS DIACRITICALLY MARKED; DEFINI- 
TIONS GIVEN IN LATIN AND ENGLISH 



CYRUS a: potts 




THE ABINGDON PRESS 

NBW YORK CINCINNATI 



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Copyright, 1922, by 
CYRUS A. POTTS 




Printed in the United States of America 



CONTENTS 

PAQB 

Preface 7 

Introduction 9 

Dictionary op Bible Proper Names 13 

Sacred Books of the Human Race 256 

Summary of the Books of the Bible 257 

The Twelve Sons of Jacob 261 

The Twelve Apostles of Jesus 262 

The Seven Churches in Asia 263 

The Four Rivers of Eden 263 

Genealogy of Jesus the Christ 264 

Rivers Mentioned in the Bible 273 

Mountains Mentioned in the Bible 275 

The Names of the Hebrew Months 277 



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A book should be luminous but not voluminous. 

Bovbb 

An abridgment may be compared to a burning 
glass, which collects the diffused rays of learning, 
and impresses them with warmth and quickness 
on the reader's imagination. 

Dean Swift 



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PREFACE 

The ever-increasing interest in biblical research and inquiry 
has also increased the demand for Bible dictionaries and 
encyclopedias, especially for those that deal with the etymol- 
ogy of proper names in the Scriptures. It may be affirmed,! 
and easily proven, that scriptural names were not arbitrarily 
chosen but selected with the idea of defining the relation of 
the bearer to God and for the purpose of expressing some 
important general truth. The remarkable feature of sacred; 
history is that God alone is exalted. This feature was por- 
trayed in the actions, conditions, and functions of men pos- 
sessing names indicating natures either allied to or separated 
from the Divine. 

Many persons have read the Bible from early youth but 
have failed to find any permanent help from its sacred pages. 
It has been to them little more than a history of an ancient 
nation, the poetry of an Eastern people, the story of a won- 
drous life, or a collection of precepts far too pure and undevi- 
ating for everyday life. To Bible students who do their own 
thinking, who delve beneath the surface and follow truth 
wherever it may lead, there is nothing more helpful than a 
familiarity with the literal meaning of proper names in the 
Bible. We can no more fathom the profound depths of the 
Scriptures without a knowledge of the literal meaning of 
these names than we can solve mathematical problems with- 
out a knowledge of numerical values. The value of a full 
understanding of the original significance of the proper names 
in the Bible is beyond any possible computation and measure- 
ment, and the literal meaning of these names is the keynote 
of this understanding. 

Realizing the need of a concise and comprehensive dic- 
tionary of the proper names in the Bible led me to compile 
such a work. This dictionary is composed of definitions 
selected from accredited authorities. It is the result of ex- 
tended research and credit of indebtedness to these authorities 
is unreservedly made. 

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8 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

With the increased and systematic study now given t< 
various portions of the Bible and the growing interest ii 
Scripture exegesis, among all denominations, the literal mean- 
ing of proper names with which the Scriptures abound car 
hardly fail to elicit a larger share of investigation. Eaci 
name in the Bible has its own distinct significance and fill* 
an important place in the understanding of the Bible. There- 
fore, let us seek by study, reason, and revelation, to understand 
the original significance of these names and reap the benefit! 
which will accrue from this understanding. 

Cyrus A. Potts. 



INTRODUCTION 

Originally proper names were not chosen to merely- 
designate persons, places, etc., but to indicate some distinct 
characteristic that is known to belong to them. This applies 
to all names whether it be that of the Supreme Being or of 
the most obscure person or place. The distinct character- 
istic of the Supreme Being is power. The principal Hebrew 
name for the Supreme Being, Elohim, translated "God" in 
the English Bible, is derived from an ancient Hebrew root 
denoting power. The plural form, Elohim (Gods), instead 
of pointing to polytheism is applied to God as the fullness 
of power — the eternal Godhead (Rom. 1: 20). Jehovah, mean- 
ing "the existing one," another Hebrew name for the Supreme 
Being, occupies the same relation to Elohim that force does 
to power. Force is power manifested, Jehovah is the man- 
ifested or revealed Elohim. Thus the expression, Lord God 
(Jehovah-Elohim), meaning power manifested, indicates the 
entire administration of God by which he manifests himself 
and his attributes to men. 

The Bible tells us that no man can see God's face and live. 
No one has seen power of any kind at any time; all that the 
physical senses can apprehend is the manifestation of power. 
Power can be seen only a posteriori; that is, from its man- 
ifestation. Elohim can be seen only through his manifesta- 
tion, that is, the Invisible is a true reading of the visible (Rom. 
1:20). The scriptural expression, "to walk in the name of 
God" is to experience his power. Such expressions as "the 
name of Christ" (2 Tim. 2: 19), "to believe in Christ's name" 
(John 1:12), "saved by his name" (Acts 4:12), "to have 
life through his name" (John 20:31), refer to the manifesta- 
tion of divine power as demonstrated by Christ Jesus. 

Names are used in the Bible to portray good and evil agen- 
cies and forces, uniting in a perfect degree that to which the 
name applies, that is, scriptural names are true to type. Rightly 
understood these names focus the human \xk&& ofc. xs^sr^sas^ 

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10 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

t ities instead of persons and are infinitely more importanl 
as a type than as a distinguishing label. The Bible has 2 
fourfold sense, consisting of the literal, or historical; alle- 
gorical; moral; spiritual. Proper names enter into all these 
significations and are the "warp and weft" of Scripture exege- 
sis. Hence the importance of knowing the meaning of Scripture 
proper names at once becomes evident. 

In this work all proper names occurring in the Old and 
New Testaments are defined. These names are arranged in 
alphabetical order and the method of dealing with them is 
as follows: 

I. Pronunciation. A diacritical mark is employed for every 
clear vowel sound, and when not marked the vowel is invariably 
mute. Unaccented syllables are separated by a hyphen (-). 
Compound names are separated by an en dash (-). Primary 
accent (')• Secondary accent (")• 

& as in make; a as in courage; & as in add; ft as in dare; & as 
in star; ft as in all; ft obscure as in liar. 

6 as in eve; 8 as in serene; 8 as in end; 8 as in her; 9 obscure 
as in fuel. 

1 as in sight; t as in idea; I as in pity; i obtuse as in firm; 
1 obscure as in ruin. 

5 as in bold; 6 as in obey; 6 as in lord; 5 as in odd; Q obscure 
as in valor. 

U as in use; ft as in humane; JJ as in rumor; t) as in full; tt 
as in up; H as in urn. 

y as in style; f as in myth. 

g soft as in cent; C hard not marked. 

£ soft as in Genesis; 8 bard before e and i, as in Gethsemane 
and Gihon; g hard otherwise not marked. 

g as z in muse; X as gs in Alexander; x as ks in Exodus. 

II. Lexical References. Immediately following each name is 
a number which refers to a corresponding number in the 
Hebrew and Greek Lexicons in Strong's Concordance of the 



INTRODUCTION 11 

Bible. Numbers preceded by the letter "H" refer to the 
Hebrew Lexicon, and those preceded by the letter "G" refer 
to the Greek Lexicon. These lexicons contain all the Hebrew, 
Chaldee, and Greek words in the original Scriptures, showing 
the derivation and common meaning of such words, and 
giving a complete list of the different English words into 
which each word is translated in the Bible. These lexical 
explanations are so clear that even the original languages 
in which the Scriptures were written axe brought in easy 
reach of every reader of English. 

III. Latin Meaning. The Latin meanings of names follow 
the lexical references. These definitions invariably throw some 
light on the significance of proper names and assist the stu- 
dent, hermeneutically, in the interpretation of the Bible. 
Although the original Scriptures were given to man in the 
Hebrew and Greek, they have since extended to every tongue 
and nation. At a very early period a Latin version was made 
from the Septuagint, and the Latin language has since occu- 
pied a prominent place in biblical translations. The super- 
scription placed over Jesus at the crucifixion was written in 
Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. Luke 23: 38. 

IV. Liberal Meaning. The importance of a full explication 
of proper names in the Bible cannot be overestimated. The 
literal meaning of these names is the chief factor in determining 
their significance. Proper names among the Jews were all 
significant and in most instances expressive of religious feel- 
ing. In the Elder Scriptures the Jews formulated a complete 
system of doctrines by employing a peculiar set of names, 
words, and phrases, figuratively. In the New Testament 
this nomenclature is approved and often quoted. 

V. Identification. After the punctuation mark (: — ) appears 
a brief identification of the name under consideration. This 
will also be found an aid to the student in determining the 
significance of proper names, as it is highly important to 
know whether the name is of a person, place, river, moun- 
tain, etc., as each has its own peculiar significance. Hebrew 
names were conferred not merely for the purpose of identifi- 
cation but because of an idea they expressed. This under- 
lying idea can still be made apparent % \aJ©&%YDfc»<tf3^ 



12 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

eration historical events, i. e., identification, and the litera 
meaning of the name. 

VI. Comparisons. A name having a similar meaning t< 
the one under consideration is given in capital letters an< 
enclosed in brackets. 

VII. Scriptural References. In each instance a singl 
scriptural reference is given. These references in some manne 
verify the information that precedes them. 

VIII. General Signification. The rules laid down herein, i 
applied, will enable any Bible student to determine the genera 
signification of all Bible proper names. In some instances i 
will require a vast amount of study and thought to get the sig 
nificance of names, while in other cases it may be easily deter 
mined and expressed in a single word, as in the case of Abraham 
signifying fidelity, Nathan, conscience, Noah, repose, etc. Man} 
of the names occur only once and the historical events relativ< 
thereto are very meager, making it difficult to arrive at theii 
significance. The meaning of those names occurring more fre- 
quently and interwoven more closely with historical events is 
less difficult to determine. It will be noted that in almost everj 
instance more than one definition is given to each name. This 
is due to the fact that there is a variation of opinion of different 
authorities relative to the meaning of names; however, there ij 
usually a similarity in these definitions. In cases where the 
definitions are at variance it may be attributed to the following 
causes: the English rendering of the name and the original 
word are at variance; the root word uncertain or unknown; 
names had a colloquial meaning, therefore, the definition of a 
single name might include the meaning in the Hebrew, Ara- 
maic, Arabic, and Babylonian tongues and each be at variance 
with the other. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A&r'Qn. H.175. Valde elatus — Very elevated; mountainous; 
teaching: — son of Amram and Jochebed and brother of 
Moses and Miriam, Exod. 4: 14. 

A&r'Qn. G.2. Valde elatus — Very elevated; mountaineer; en- 
lightened: — the first anointed priest, Heb. 5:4. 

A&r'Qn-Ites. H.175. Descendants of Aaron, therefore priests, 
of whom Jehoiada was their leader, 1 Chron. 1227. 

A-bSd'don. G.3. Exitium absolvium — Complete destruc- 
tion; a destroying angel: — the bottomless pit, Hades [APOLL- 

YON], Rev. 9: 11. 

. 

£-b&g'th$. H.5. Magnus — Great; happy; prosperous; for- 
tune; father of the wine-press: — a eunuch of Ahasuerus 
[BIGTHA], Esth. 1:10. 

Ab'&-n&. H.71. Constantia — Steadfastness; perennial; a stone; 
a building: — a river of Damascus [AM AN A], 2 Kings 5: 12. 

ib'fi-rim. H.5682. Transeuntes — Passengers; the passages; 
region beyond: — mountains beyond Jordan, Num. 27: 12. 

ib'bft. G.5. Pater — Father: — term applied to God by Jesus; 
Chaldaic form of Hebrew, Ab., Mark 14:36. 

Ab'd&. H.5653. Servus — Servant; servitude; fig. worshiper 
of God: — the name of two Israelites, Neh. 11: 7. 

Ab'dg-el. H.5655. Servus Dei — Servant of God; serving 
God:— father of Shemeliah [ABDIEL], Jer. 36. 26. 

ib'dl. H.5660. Servus meus est — He is my servant; servant 
of God; serviceable: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 
6:44. 

lb'dl-81. H.5661. Servus Dei— Servant of God:— a Gadite, 
son of Guni and father of Ahi [ABDEEL^ 1 C\ax«&~ VAS>. 

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14 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ab'ddn. H.5658. Servitus dura — Hard bondage ; servitude :- 
name of a place in Palestine and of four Israelites, Judg 
12: 13. 

A-b8d'-n8-g5. H.5664. Servus alacritatis — Servant of expe 
dition; servant of light:— Chaldean name given to Azariah 
Dan. 1 : 7. 

A1)8L H.1893. Vanitas; vapor — Vanity; transitoriness 
breath: — second son of Adam and Eve, Gen. 4:2. 

A1)81. H.59. Lugens — Mourning; weeping; a plain, i. e., i 
moist, grassy place: — the name of two places in Palestine. 
1 Sam. 6: 18. 

AT)81-b8th-ma/fc-chali. H.62. Locus prope Bdhnumcham-- 
Place near the house of Maacha; depression; oppression: — 
a place in Palestine [MAACHAH], 1 Kings 15: 20. 

A'bBl-mS'im. H.66. Locus aquarum — Place of the waters; 
mourning of the waters: — a place in Palestine, 2 Chron. 16: 4. 

AT>81-m8-h6'lah. H.65. Locus laetitiae — Place of mirth; 
meadow of dancing: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 7:22. 

Al)8I-mIz'r&-im. H.67. Locus lugentis Aegypti — Place of 
the weeping Egypt; tribulation: — threshing-floor of Atad, 
Gen. 50: 11. 

AT)81-shIt'tim. H.63. Locus acaciarum — Place of thorns; 
• meadow of the acacias: — the last halting place of the Israel- 
ites, Num. 33:49. 

Al)8z. H.77. Pollutus — Muddy; dirty; color of tin; to gleam; 
conspicuous: — a town of Issachar, Josh. 19: 20. 

AT>I. H.21. Pater mens — My father; ancestor; founder: — 
mother of Hezekiah [ABIJAH], 2 Kings 18:2. 

A-bi'ft. G.7. Pater Dominus — The Lord a father; worshiper 
of Jah: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [ABIJAH], 

Matt. 1 : 7. 

• 

A-bi'$. H.29. Paler Dominus — The Lord a father; whose 
father is Jah: — son of Rehoboam [ABIJAH], 1 Chron. 3: 10. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 15 

• 

A-bi'ah. H.29. Deus pater metes est — The Lord is my father : — 
name of an Israelites and two Israelites [ABIJAH], 1 Sam. 
8:2. 

&"bl-&l'b5n. H.45. Patoisro bur — His father's strength; 

valiant: — one of David's heroes [ABIEL], 2 Sam. 23:31. 

• 

A-bl'fi-sSph. H.23. Patrem abstulit — He took away his 
father; father of gathering, i. e., gatherer: — a Levite 

[EBIASAPH], Exod. 6: 24. 

• 

A-bl'ft'thSr. H.64. Pater superstes mansit — Excellent, or sur- 
viving father; father of abundance: — son of Ahimelech, 
1 Sam. 22:20. 

Al)Ib. H.24. Spicae viridiae — Green ears of corn : — first month 
of Jewish sacred year [NISAN], Exod. 13: 4. 

£-bI'd$. H.28. Patois precaMo — Prayer of a father; father 
of knowledge; knowing: — a son of Midian, 1 Chron. 1:33. 

i-bi'dah. H.28. Patois precatio — Prayer of a father; father 
of knowledge; knowing: — a son of Midian, Gen. 25:4. 

Ab'i-d&n. H.27. Pater mens index est-^My father is judge; 
father of judgment: — a son of Gideoni, Num. 7:60. 

• 

i-bl'el. H.22. Pater rdboris — Father of strength; God my 
father:— son of Zeror [ABI-ALBON], 1 Sam. 9: 1. 

i"bl-6'zer. H.44. Patois auxilium — A father's help or 
strength; helpful: — name of two Israelites [JEEZER], 
Josh. 17:2. 

£"bl-8z'rlte. H.33. Descendant of Abiezer, Judg. 6.11. 

ibl-g&il. H.26. Patois gaudium — A father's joy; source of 
joy: — name of two Israelitesses, 1 Sam. 25:3. 

Ab"i-h&'il. H.32. Patois robur — His father's strength; father 
of might: — name of three Israelites and two Israelitesses, 
Num. 3:35. 

• 

2-bfflCl. H.30. IUe est pater — He is a father; father, i. e., 
worshiper, of Him, i. e., God: — son of Aaron^ Ex&du^E^* 



16 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

• 

A-bffliid. H.31. Patris decus — A father's glory, or prais 
possessor of renown: — a son of Bela, 1 Chron. 8:3. 

A-bi'jah. H.29. Desiderium Domini — The desire of t 
Lord; worshiper of Jah: — name of four Israelites and i 
Israelitess [ABIA], 1 Kings 14: 1. 

• 

A-bi'jam. H.38. Desiderium summum — Great desire; fath 
of the sea; seaman: — son and successor of Rehoboam [AB 
JAH], 1 Kings 15: 1. 

Ab-I-15'n8. G.9. Desolatio — Desolation; the father 
mourning: — a region of Syria [ABEL], Luke 3: 1. 

A-blm'S-el. H.39. Pater pinguis — A corpulent father; 
father sent from God: — son of Joktan, Gen. 10:28. 

A-bim'8-lech. H.40. Pater rex est — The king is my father :- 
name of two Philistine kings and of two Israelites, Gen. 20: : 

• 

A-bIn'&-d£b. H.41. Pater ingenuus — A noble father; m 
father a prince; generosity: — name of four Israelites, 1 SaB 

16:8. 

• 

A-bIn'5-&m. H.42.. Patris venustas — The comeliness of 
father; gracious: — father of Barak, Judg. 4: 6. 

A-bi'r&m. H.48. Pater dolus — An exalted father; father < 
height; lofty: — name of two Israelites, Num. 16: 1. 

Abl-sh&g. H.49. Patris deliciae — Father's delight; m 
father seizes; father of error: — a Shunammite virgin, 1 Kin§ 
1:3. 

A-bIsh'&-i. H.52. PaJbris donum — Father's gift; or, father 

sacrifice; generous: — son of Zeruiah, 1 Sam. 26: 6. 

• 

A-bIsh'&-15m. H.53. Patris pax — Father's peace; or, fathe 
of peace; friendly: — father of Maachah [ABSALOM 

1 Kings 15:2. 

• 

A-bIsh'tl-$. H.50. Pater salutis — Father of salvation, c 
welfare; prosperous: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 6:4 

Ab'I-shur. H.51. Patris murus — The wall of my father; m 
father a wall; uprightness: — son of Shammai, 1 Chron. 2: 2i 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 17 

Abl-tal. H.37. Pater raris— The father of the dew; fresh; 
gentleness: — a wife of David, 2 Sam. 3:4. 

Abl-tttt). H.36. Pater bonitatis — Father of goodness ; good : — 
a son of Hushim, 1 Chron. 8: 11. 

A-bi'tid. G.10. Patris decus — The honor of a father: — 
name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [ABIHUD], Matt.l : 13. 

Ab'nSr. H.74. Pater luminis — Father of light ; enlightening : — 
son of Ner, 1 Sam. 14: 50. 

A / br&-hSm. G.ll. Pater magni populi — Father of a great 
nation; loyalty; faithfulness: — son of Thara [ABRAM], 
Luke 3: 34. 

A / br&-h&m. H.85. Pater pvpularum mvltorum — Father of 
many nations, or, of a multitude; fidelity: — [ABRAM], 
Gen. 17 : 5. 

Al>r&m. H.87. Paler elatus — Exalted father, or father of 
elevation; ambition: — son of Terah [ABRAHAM], Gen. 
11:26. 

&b's&-15m. H.63. Patris pax — A father's peace; friendly: — 
son of David [ABISHALOM], 2 Sam. 13: 1. 

Ac'c&d. H.390. Vinculum — A chain; band; fortress; a 
vessel: — a city built by Nimrod, Gen. 10: 10. 

Ac'chd. H.5910. Arena fervens solis aestu — Sand made warm 
by the heat of the sun; sand-girt: — a city on the Mediter- 
ranean [PTOLEMAIS], Judg. 1: 31. 

A-g$l'd$-m$. G.184. Ager sanguinis — Field of blood: — a 
place near Jerusalem; the "potters' field," Acts 1: 19. 

A-chfi'&. G.882. Frater — A brother; grief or trouble: — a 
country of Europe, Acts 18: 12. 

A-chfi'i-cus. G.883. Achaicus — One belonging to Achaia: — 
a Christian associated with Stephanus, 1 Cor. 16: 17. 

A'ch&n. H.5912. Serpens — A serpent; a troubler: — a son o! 
Carmi [ACHAR], Josh. 7: 1. 



18 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A'char. H.5917. Turbatio — Disorder; tumult; troublesome: — 
same as Achan, 1 Chron. 2: 7. 

A'ch&z. G.881. Apprehendit — He took; possessor: — son of 
Joatham in genealogy of Jesus [AHAZ], Matt. 1 : 9. 

Ach'bdr. H.5907. Mus — A mouse, or rat; agility: — name 
of an Idumaean and an Israelite, Gen. 36: 38. 

A'chlm. G.885. Sapiens — Wise; sensible; prudent; judi- 
cious: — son of Sadoc in genealogy of Jesus [JACHIN], 
Matt. 1 : 14. 

A'chlsh. H.397. Venerationis et reverentiae — Of awe and 
reverence: — a Philistine king of Gath, son of Maoch, 1 Sam. 
21 : 10. 

Ach'me-th&. H.307. Domus aestiva — Summer house; place 
of assemblage: — metropolis of ancient Media, Ezra 6:2. 

A'chdr. H.5911. Turbatus — Troubled: — place where Achan 
was stoned, Josh. 7: 24. 

Ach's&. H.5915. Periscelis — Distinguished ornament; garter; 
anklet:— [ACHSAH], 1 Chron. 2:49. 

Ach'sah. H.5915. Periscelis. Distinguished ornament; gar- 
ter; anklet: — daughter of Caleb, Josh. 15: 16. 

Ach'sh&ph. H.407. Praestigiae — Delusion; obscure; sorcery; 
enchantment: — a city of Asher, Josh. 11: 1. 

Ach'zlb. H.392. Stabilitatis — Of firmness; liar; lying; deceit- 
ful: — name of two places in Palestine [CHEZIB], Josh. 15: 44. 

£d'&-dah. H.5735. Ornamentum ornamenti — Ornament of 
ornament; festival: — town in tribe of Judah, Josh. 15: 22. 

A'dah. H.5711. Ornamentum; testimonium — An ornament; 
evidence; an assembly: — name of two women, Gen. 4: 19. 

&d"&-i'ah. H.5718. Dominus ornavit — God adorned; wit- 
ness of Jehovah: — the name of eight Israelites, Neh. 11: 5. 

Ad"&-H'-ft. H.118. Animo fortis — Brave, or strong, in mind; 
fire-god: — son of Hamon, Esth. 9: 8. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 19 

Ad'&m. H.120. Terra; ruber — Earth; ruddy; human im- 
pulse: — the first man, Gen. 2: 19. 

Ad'&m. G.76. Terra; humanus — Earth; earthy; ruddy; hu- 
man impulse: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, 
Luke 3: 38. 

Ad'&m. H.121. Terrea — Earthy; red earth: — a town on the 
River Jordan, Josh. 3: 16. 

• 

&d'$-mah. H. 128. Terra rubra — Red earth ; bloody : — a town 
in the tribe of Naphtah, Josh. 19: 36. 

&d'&-mi. H.129. Homo mens — My man; red; earthy; hu- 
man: — town in the tribe of Naphtali, Josh. 19:33. 

A'dSr. H.143. Elatus — High; eminent; power; fire: — twelfth 
month Jewish sacred year, Esth. 3: 7. 

A'dar. H.146. Valde praestans — Very excellent; power; great- 
ness; ample: — town in the tribe of Judah [HAZAR-ADDAR], 
Josh. 15:3. 

Adt>e-81. H.110. Dolor Dei — Grief, i. e., cloud, of God; 
disciplined of God: — son of Ishmael [ADDON], Gen. 25: 13. 

Ad'd&n. H.135. Aerumna — Sorrow; firm; strong: — a place 
from which Jewish captives returned, Ezra 2:59. 

Ad'dBr. H.146. Valde praestans — Very excellent, or exalted; 
mighty one: — a son of Bela [ARD], 1 Chron. 8: 3. 

Ad'dl. G.78. Susierdus a Deo — Held up by God; adorned; 
my witness: — son of Cosam, in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 28. 

Ad'ddn. H.114. Aerumna — Calamity; strong; powerful; 
foundation: — an Israelite [ADDAN]. Neh. 7:61. 

A'der. H.5738. Grex — A flock; an arrangement, i. e., a 
drove: — son of Beriah; [ADER], 1 Chron. 8: 15. 

£-dI'el. H.5717. Ornamentum Dei — Ornament, praise, or 
witness of God: — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 4: 36. 

i'dln. H.5720. Mollis; tener — Soft; tender; voluptuous; 
dainty: — name of two Israelites, Ezra 2 # A5* 



20 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

&dl-n&. H.5721. Obledatio; deliciae — Pleasure; delighl 
slender; pliant; effeminate: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 11:42. 

Ad'I-n5. H.5722. Tenuis — Slender; a spear: — one of David 
mighty men [ADINA], 2 Sam. 23:8. 

Ad ,r !-th5/im. H.5723. Ornamentum Deus — God the onu 
ment; assemblies; double prey: — a place in Palestine, Josl 
15:36. 

Ad'1%-1. H.5724. lustitia Domini — Justice of God; my wi1 
nesa; my ornament: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 27: 29. 

Ad'mah. H.126. Rubedo, terrea — Redness; earthy: — a plac 
near the Dead Sea, Gen. 10: 19. 

Ad'm&-th&. H.133. Colore fusco praeditus — Colored with 
brown color; cloud of death; given by the Highest Being :- 
a Persian prince, Esth. 1 : 14. 

Ad'n&. H.5733. Deliciae fratris — Delight of his brothe: 
eternal rest; pleasure: — name of two Israelites, Ezra 10: 30. 

Ad'nah. H.5734. Deliciae fratris — Delight of his brothe: 
eternal rest; pleasure: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chroi 
12:20. 

Ad"6-nS't. H.136. Dominus — Lord: — Hebrew spoken wor 
for "Jehovah," Gen. 18: 3. 

A-d6n't-b8'zek. H.137. Dominus dispersionis — The Lord < 
the dispersion; Lord of lightning: — a Canaanitish kinj 
Judg. 1 : 5. 

£d"5-ni'jah. H.138. Dominus Jehovah— The Lord God; m 
Lord is Jehovah: — name of three Israelites, 1 Kings 1:5. 

♦ 

A-ddn'i-k&m. H.140. Dominus surreodt — The Lord hi 
raised up, or is assisting: — an Israelite, Neh. 7: 18. 

&d"5-ni'ram. H.141. Dominus elatus fuit — The Lord wi 
exalted; Lord of height: — an Israelite [ADORAM an 
HADORAM], 1 Kings 4:6. 

i-ddn't-ze'dec. H.139. m Dominus iustitiae — The Lord < 
justice or of righteousness: — a Canaanitish king, Josh. 10: 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 21 

Ad"6-r51m. H.115. Habitaculum stabile — A firm habita- 
tion; double mound: — a place in Palestine, 2 Chron. 11:9. 

A-dd'r&m. H.115. Dominus se extvlit — The Lord exalted 
himself; beauty; power; a place in Palestine [ADONIRAM 
and HADORAM], 2 Sam. 20: 24. 

♦ 

A-dr&m'mS-lech. H.152. Magnificentia regis-r-The majesty 
of the king; splendor: — name of an Assyrian idol and of a 
son of Sennacherib, 2 Kings 19: 37. 

Ad"rfc-mjft'tl-tim. G.98. Forum mortis— -Court of death:— 
a place in Asia Minor, Acts 27: 2. 

A'drl-ft. G.99. Forum — Court: — the Adriatic Sea, Acts 
27:27. 

A'drl-el. H.5741. Orex Dei— The flock of God:— son-in-law 
of Saul, 1 Sam. 18: 19. 

A-dtUl&m. H.5725. Percussum — Struck; i. e., with terror; 

their ornament: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 12: 15. 

. 

A-dtU'ttin-Ite. H.5726. A native of Adullam; a name 
applied to Hirah, Gen. 38: 1. 

• 

A-dtim'mlm. H.131. Rvbicunda — Earthy; red; bloody 
things; red spots: — place in Palestine, Josh. 15: 7. 

JTnS-Ss. G.132. Gram partu — Of heavy birth; laudable: — 
a paralytic healed by Peter, Acts 9: 33. 

JE'ndn. G.137. Fons magnus — Great fountain; fountains; 
cloud of darkness: — place near Salim where John baptized, 
John 3: 23. 

Ag'fi-btte. G.13. Cicada — Grasshopper; locust: — a Christian 
prophet of Antioch, Acts 11:28. 

A'g&g. H.90. Sublimis valde — Very high; roof; flame: — title 
of Amalekitish kings, Num. 24:7. 

A-g&glte. H.91. A name applied to Hammedatha [AGAGJ, 
Esth. 3:1. 

A'g&r. G.28. Meridies — Mid-day: — Abraham's concubine, 
mother of Ishmael [HAGAR1, Gal, 4; 24. 



22 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ag'8-e. H.89. Fugitivus — A fugitive; deepness: — a Harari 
father of Shammah, 2 Sam. 23: 11. 

A-grIp'p$. G.67. Aegre partus — Born with difficulty, 
pain; wild horse tamer: — one of the Herods, Acts 25: 13. 

A'gtir. H.94. Collectus — A collection, or reward; an asset 
bier: — an unknown sage, Prov. 30: 1. 

Ali&b. H.256. Frater, sive amicus, patois — Brother, or frien 
of his father; uncle: — the name of a king of Israel, 1 Kin 
16: 25. 

A-h&r'ah. H.315. Tardatio magna — Great delay; after I 
brother: — third son of Benjamin [AHER and AHIRA1V. 
1 Chron. 8: 1. 



A-h&rliBl. H.316. Tardavit exspectatio — Hope is delaye 
behind the intrenchment: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 4:8. 

A-h&s'fi-i. H.273. Possessio Domini — The possession of Go 

seizer; protector: — a priest [AHAZIAH], Neh. 11: 13. 

• 

A-h&s'b&-i. H.308. Confidam Domino— I will trust in tl 
Lord: — an Israelite, 2 Sam. 23:34. 

A-h&8"u-5'rus. H.325. Majestate praeditus princeps — 
prince clothed with majesty: — name of one Median and ta 
Persian kings [ARTAXERXES], Esth. 1: 1. 

&-hfi'v$. H.163. Defluxus continuus — Constant flowinj 
river; generation: — a river of Babylonia, Ezra 8: 15. 

All&Z. H.271. Apprehendit — He took; possessing: — nan 
of a Jewish king and of an Israelite [ACHAZ], 1 Chron. 8: & 

A"h&-zl'ah. H.274. Apprehendit Dominus — The Lord tool 
the Lord sustains: — name of a Jewish and an Israelite kin 
[AZARIAH and JEHOAHAZ], 1 Kings 22: 40. 

Ah'bftn. H.257. Frater intelligens — Intelligent brother; di 
creet; possessor of understanding: — an Israelite, 1 Chroi 
2:29. 

ATlSr. H.313. Tarde veniens — Slow in coming; after; nexi 
other: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 7:12. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 23 

Alii. H.277. Coniunetio — Joining; my brother; brotherly: — 
name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 5: 15. • 



A-hl'ah. H.281. Consociatio — Fellowship; brother or friend 
of Jehovah: — name of nine Israelites [AHIJAH and AHOAH], 

1 Chron. 8:7. 

• 

A-hl'am. H.279. Coniunetio firmissima — Most firm union; 

brother of a mother, or a nation: — an Israelite, 2 Sam. 23: 33. 

• 

A-hl'an. H.291. Colligatio firma — A firm union; brotherly; 
brother of wine: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 7: 19. 

A"ht-6'z8r. H.295. Fratris auxilium — A brother's help; 
brother of help: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 12:3. 

A-hIlii}d. H.282. Frater exceUentiae — Brother of excellence; 

and of praise, or of renown: — an Israelite, Num. 34:27. 

. 

A-hIlli}d. H.284. Coniunetio unitatis — Joining of the union; 
brother of a riddle, i. e., the mysterious: — an Israelite, 

1 Chron. 8:7. 

. 

A-hl'jah. H.281. Consociatio cum Domino— Fellowship with 
the Lord; worshiper of Jehovah: — [AHIAH], 1 Kings 14: 6. 

£-hfkam. H.296. Frater surrexit — A brother has risen up; 

brother of rising: — an Israelite, 2 Bangs 22: 12. 

. 

A-hllijd. H.286. Fratris nativitaa—A birth of a brother; 

brother of one born: — an Israelite, 2 Sam. 8: 16. 

. 

£-h!m / $-&z. H.290. Frater reboris — Brother of strength, or 
of help; brother of the council: — name of three Israelites, 
1 Sam. 14:50. 

&-hI'm&n. H.289. Fratris similitudo— Likeness of a brother; 
a brother prepared; brother of a portion, or gift: — an Israel- 
ite, 1 Chron. 9: 17. 

A-hlm'e-lech. H.288. Frater regis— Brother of the king: — 
name of an Israelite and of a Hittite, 2 Sam. 8: 17. 

A-hf'mdth. H.287. Fratris mors — Brother's death; or, 
brother of death: — an Israelite, 2 Chron. 29: 12. 



24 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A'hln-fc-dib. H.292. Frater nobilis—A noble, or willinj 
brother; brother of liberality: — an Israelite, 1 Kings 4: 14. 

A-hIn'6-am. H.293. Fratris deliciae—A brother's delighl 
brother of pleasantness: — name of two Israelitesses, 1 Sam 
14:50. 

A-hI'6. H.283. Coniunctio illius — Union of him; brotherly 
brethren: — name of three Israelites, 2 Sam. 6:3. 

A-hi'r$. H.299. Coniunctio consociaMonis-^Joimng of th 
fellowship; brother of evil: — an Israelite, Num. 1: 15. 

A-hi'ram. H.297. Tardatio maxima — Great slowness; brothe 
of height; high: — an Israelite, Num. 26:38. 

A-hIs'&-mach. H.294. Frater suffvlcit — A brother supports 
brother of help: — an Israelite, Exod. 31: 6. 

A-hIsh'&-h&r. H.300. Frater auroras — Brother of the dawn 
or the morning; brother of the dew: — an Israelite, 1 Chron 
7:10. 



A-hi'shar. H.301. Fratris stabilamentum — The brother'* 
stay; brother of uprightness: — an Israelite, 1 Kings 4: 6. 

&-hIth'Q-phel. H.302. Coniunctio firmissima — Most sure 
union; brother of folly or ruin: — an Israelite, 2 Sam. 15: 12 

A-hi'tub. H.285. Frater bonitatis — Brother of goodness:— 
name of several priests, 1 Sam. 14: 3. 

Ah'l&b. H.303. Pinguitudo-- Fatness; fertility; brother of the 
heart: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 1:31. 

Ah'lSL H.304. Precatio Domini — Prayer of God; brother tc 
me; wishful: — name of an Israelitess and an Israelite, 1 Chron, 
11:41. 

A-h5'ah. H.265. Coniunctio Domini — Joining of the Lord; 

brotherly: — an Israelite [AHIAH], 1 Chron. 8:4. 

. 

A-hd'hite. H.266. Descendant of Ahoah; a patronymic of 
some of David's mighty men, 2 Sam. 23:9. 

A-hdlah. H.170. Tentorium — Tent; an idolatrous sanc- 
tuary: — a symbolic name for Samaria, Ezek. 23:4. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 25 

A-hSII-ab. H.171. Tentorium patris— The tent of his 
father: — an Israelite, Exod. 31:6. 

A-h511-bah. H.172. Tentorium meum— My tent: — a sym- 
bolic name for Judah, Ezek. 23 : 4. 

• 

I"hO-lIb'ft-niah. H.173. Tentorium excelsi— Tent of high 

elevation: — a wife of Esau, Gen. 36:41. 

• 

i-hCl'mS-I. H.267. Frater commiserationis Dei — Brother of 
divine compassion; dwelling near water: — an Israelite, 

IChron. 4:2. 

• 

i-hQ'zam. H.275. Possessio amplissima — Most full pos- 
session; seizure: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 4:6. 

A-hfiz'zath. H.276. Res possessa — A thing possessed; pos- 
session: — a Philistine, Gen. 26: 26. 

AfL H.5857. Curvus — Crooked; a heap of ruins: — a place 

in Palestine [HAI], Josh. 7 : 2. 

• 

&-i'ah. H.345. Accipiter — A vulture; raven; hawk; cry; 
clamor: — an Israelite, 2 Sam. 3: 7. 

&-i'ath. H.5857. Obliquus — Oblique; an hour; eye; foun- 
tain: — a place in Palestine [AI], Isa. 10: 28. 

ii'jft. H.5857. Obliquus — Oblique; an hour; eye; fountain: — 
a place in Palestine [AI], Neh. 11: 31. 

Aij'&-l&n. H.357. Valde elatus — Much elevated; a chain; 
strength; deer-field: — name of five places in Palestine 
[AJALON], Josh. 21:24. 

iij'$-lSth ShSTl&r. H.365. Cerva aurorae- The hind of the 
morning dawn; the rising sun: — a musical instrument, 
Psa. 22: Title. 

i'in. H.5871. Fans — A fountain; a spring; an eye: — name of 
two places in Palestine, Num. 34: 11. 

i'jah. H.345. Accipiter — A hawk; the screamer: — a son of 
Zibeon [AIAH], Gen. 36:24. 

Aj'&-15n. H.357. Valde elatus — Very elevated; a chain; 
strength; deer-field:— [AIJALON], Josh. 10: 12. 



26 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A / kan. H.6130. Torquis cingens — A chain that binds; 
twist; tortuous: — an Idumaean, Gen. 36:27. 

AkTctib. H.6126. Mulio retardatiis-^-Much delayed; insi 
ous; lewdness: — name of five Israelites, 1 Chron. 3:24. 

A-krfib'bim. H.6137. Scorpiones — Scorpions, or serpen 
fig., a scourge or knotted whip: — same as Maaleh-acrabbi 
Num. 34:4. 

Al'&-m8th. H.5964. Latebra — Hiding; a covering: — name 
a place in Palestine and of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 7: 8. 

A-14m'me-18ch. H.487. Ligatio regis— The binding of 
king; God is king; oak of the king: — a place in Palestii 
Josh. 19:26. 

&l'&-m5th. H.5961. PueHae — Girls; after the manner 
virgins, i. e., with the female voice, 1 Chron. 15: 20. 

Al'9-mBth. H.5964. Laiibvlum — Hiding; a covering; 
cave: — name of a place in Palestine and two Israelii 
[ALMON], 1 Chron. 6:60. 

&l"8x-Sn'der. G.223. Auxiliaior virorum — Helper of nu 
man-defender: — name of three Israelites and one other nu 
Mark 15: 21. 

&l"8x-Sn'drI-ft. G.221. Auxiliaior virorum — Helper 
men: — the Grecian, Roman, and Christian capital of Egy] 
Acts 27: 6. 

&l"8x-&n'drl-ang. G.221. Auxiliaior virorum — Helper 
men:— inhabitants of Alexandria, Acts 6:9. 

A-H'ah. H.5933. Valde elatus — Much elevated; moral p 
verseness: — an Idumaean [ALVAH], 1 Chron. 1:51. 

A-H'an. H.5935. Valde elatus— Much exalted; lofty:— 
Idumaean [ALVAN], 1 Chron. 1 : 40. 

Alldn. H.438. Robur — An oak or other strong tree:- 
place in Palestine, also an Israelite, 1 Chron. 4: 37. 

lT15n-b&ch'i)th. H.439. Quercusfletus — Oak of weeping: 
the tree under which Deborah was buried, Gen. 35:8. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 27 

il-mS'dfid. H.486. Immensus — Immense; extension; meas- 
ure of God:— son of Joktan [ELMODAM], Gen. 10:26. 

Al'mdn. H.5960. Latibvlum — Covering; hidden; conceal- 
ment:— a place in Palestine [ALEMETH], Josh. 21: 18. 

Al'm5n-dlb"l^tha'im. H.5963. Latibvlum aerumnarum — 
Hiding of troubles; concealment of two cakes: — place in 
the desert. Num. 33: 46. 

Aldth. H.1175. Possessus — Possessed; mistresses: — Solo- 
mon's ninth commissary district [BEALOTH], 1 Kings 4: 16. 

£l-phae'U8. G.256. Compensatio Domini — Compensation of 
God; exchange: — an Israelite [CLEOPAS], Matt. 10:3. 

Ali)sh. H.442. Turba hominum — Crowd of men; mingling 
together: — a place in the desert, Num. 33: 13. 

Al'vah. H.5933. Elatus— Elevated; evil:— a duke of Edom 
[ALIAH], Gen. 36:40. 

Al'v&n. H.5935. Valde elatus — Very exalted; tall; thick: — 
a Horite, son of ShobaJ [ALIAN], Gen. 36: 23. 

A'm&d. H.6008. Staiio perpetua — Perpetual position; people 
of duration: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 19:26. 

A'm&l. H.6000. Molestia — Trouble; labor; worry; iniquity: — 
an Israelite, 1 Chron. 7:35. 

&m'$-18k. H.6002. Labor — Labor; a people that licks up: — 
a descendant of Esau, Exod. 17:8. 

Am'%-18k-Ites". H.6003. Gem Amaiechitarum— People of 
Amalek, Num. 14:45. 

A'mftm. H.538. Mater — Mother; a gathering place: — a 
place in Palestine, Josh. 15:26. 

£m'$-n$. H.549. Constantia — Continuance; faith; truth; 
confirmation: — a summit of Lebanon, Sol. Song 4:8. 

Am"%-ri'ah. H.568. Promisit Deus — God has promised: — 
name of nine Israelites, Ezra 7:3. 

£m'&-S$. H.6021. Oneratio — Burdening; a forgiving people: — 
name of two Israelites, 2 Sam. 17 : 25. 



28 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A-m&s'$-i. H.6022. Oneravit — He burdened; burdensome:— 
name of three Israelites, 2 Chron. 29: 12. 

A-m&sh'$-L H.6023. Oneravit— He laid a burden; gift of 
the people: — an Israelite [AMASAI], Neh. 11: 13. 

Am-fc-SI'Sh. H.6007. Onus imposuit — He burdened, or 
loaded; Jah bears in his arms: — an Israelite, 2 Chron. 17: 16. 

&m"$-zi'ah. H.568. Fortis fuit — He was brave; strength of 
Jah: — name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 4:34. 

A'mi. H.532. Extensus; auctus — Extended; increased: — an 
Israelite [AMON], Ezra 2: 57. 

A-mIn'&-dab. G.284. Gens ingenua — Noble nation: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [AMMINADAB], Luke 
3:33. 

A-mlt'tft-I. H.573. Veritas Dei— Truth of God; veracious: — 
an Israelite, 2 Kings 14: 25. 

Arn'mah. H.522. Bivium — Two ways; a mother; begin- 
ning; head; unit: — a hill in Palestine, 2 Sam. 2:24. 

im'ml. H.5971. Populus mens — My people; a people; 
tribe; troops; flock: — applied to kingdom of Israel, Hos. 2:1. 

Am'ml-el. H.5988. Populus Dei— The people of God; 
servants or worshipers of God: — name of four Israelites, 
1 Chron. 3:5. 

* 

Am-mlTltid. H.5989. Gens eximia — A nation of excel- 
lence, or of praise: — name of three Israelites, 2 Sam. 
13:27. 

£m-mln'ft-d&b. H.5992. Populum donavit—He gave a 
people; generosity; kindred of a prince: — name of four 
Israelites [AMINADAB], 1 Chron. 15:11. 

Am"mt-shSd'dfc-I. H.5996. Populusj Omnipotentis — People, 
or servant of the Almighty: — an Israelite, Num. 1: 12. 

&m-mlz'$-b&d. H.5990. Populum donabit — He gave a peo- 
ple; people of endowment; kindred of the giver: — an Israel- 
ite, 1 Chron. 27:6. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 29 

Am'mdn. H.5983. Populus magnus — A great people; tribal, 
i. e., inbred: — a son of Lot, Gen. 19: 38. 

£m'm5n-Ites. H.5984. Gens Ammonitorum — People of 
Amnion, 1 Sam. 11:11. 

Am'ndn. H.550. Dilatatio auctionis — Enlargement of in- 
crease; faithful; a nourisher: — son of David, 2 Sam. 3: 2. 

A'mok. H.5987. Depressus — Deepened down; a valley; 
depth: — an Israelite, Neh. 12: 7. 

A'mon. H.526. Valde extensus — Very extended; faithful; 
true; skilled: — name of three Israelites, Neh. 7: 59. 

A'mon. G.300. Valde extensus — Very extended; son or 
foster-child: — son of Manasses, Matt. 1: 10. 

Am'dr-ites. H.567. Populus amarus — A bitter people; 
dwellers on the summits: — a Canaanitish tribe, Deut. 20: 17. 

A'mos. H.5986. Potens; qui gestatur — Strong; vigorous; bur- 
dened; who is being borne: — an Israelite prophet, Amos 1:1. 

A'mos. G.301. Qui gestatur — Who is being borne ; a burden : — 
one of Jesus' ancestors, Luke 3: 25. 

A'moz. H.531. Robustus — Vigorous; robust; strong: — an 
Israelite, 2 Kings 19 : 2. 

im-phlp'Q-lis. G.295. Circum urbem — Around the city; a 
city surrounded: — place in Macedonia, Acts 17: 1. 

Am'pll-as. G.291. Ampliatus — Extended; enlarged: — a 
Christian at Rome, Rom. 16:8. 

Am'rSm. H.6019. Gens data — A nation exalted; high peo- 
ple: — name of two Israelites, Exod. 6: 18. 

Am'rftm-Ites. H.6020. Descendants of Amram; a branch 
of the Kohathite Levites, Num. 3 : 27. 

Am'r$-phel. H.569. Giganteus valde — Very gigantic; speaker 
of hidden things: — a king of Shinar, Gen. 14: 1. 

Am'zi. H.557. Robustus — Strong; mighty: — an Israelite, 
Neh. 11:12. 



30 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A'nab. H.6024. Coniunctionis — Of conjunction; place of 
cluster; fruit: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 11: 21. 

A'nah. H.6034. Responsio — An answer; poor; afflicted: — 
son of Zibeon and father of Aholibamah, Gen. 36: 20. 

&n"&-ha'rath. H.588. Gemitus; fremitus — Groaning; wrath; 
a gorge or narrow pass; dryness: — a place in Palestine, 
Josh. 19: 19. 

&n"$-i'ah. H.6043. Respondit — He answered; Jah has 
answered: — name of two Israelites, Neh. 8:4. 

A'nfik. H.6061. Torques — Collar; ornament; necklace; length 
of neck: — a Canaanite [ANAKIMS], Num. 13:33. 

An'a-kims. H.6062. Gens gigantum — A race of giants; 
descendants of Anak [EMIMS], Deut. 1 : 28. 

An'a-mlm. H.6047. Fans; afflictio — A fountain; affliction; 
sound of waters: — a son of Mizraim, Gen. 10: 13. 

A-n&m'mS-lech. H.6048. Divitiarum rex — King of riches; 
image of the king: — an Assyrian deity, 2 Kings 17:31. 

A'nan. H.6052. Exauditio gratiosa — Gracious hearing; proph- 
ecy; cloud; covering: — an Israelite, Neh. 10: 26. 

An-a'ni. H.6054. Exaudivit me — He heard me; cloudy: — 
an Israelite [ANANIAH], 1 Chron. 3:24. 

An-&-ni'ah. H.6055. Gratiose donavit Dominus — Jah has 
favored, i. e., protected: — name of an Israelite and a place 
in Palestine [ANANIAS], Neh. 3:23. 

£n"$-ni'as. G.367. Gratiose donavit Dominus — The Lord 
has been gracious: — name of three Israelites [ANANIAH], 
Acts 1 : 5. 

A'nfith. H.6067. Responsio; depressio — Answer; depression; 
affliction; poverty: — father of Shamgar, Judg. 3:31. 

£n'$-th5th. H.6068. Responsiones — Answers; afflictions: — 
name of two Israelites, also a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 7 : 8. 

An'drew. G.406. Virilis; fortis — Manly; strong: — one of 
Jesus' apostles, Matt. 4: 18. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 31 

An"drd-ni'cU8. G.408. Vivos vincens — Conquering men; 
man of victory: — a Christian friend of Paul at Rome, Rom. 
16:7. 

A'nem. H.6046. Fons geminus — Double fountain; their 
afflictions: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15:50. 

A'nSr. H.6063. Excussit— He shook off; affliction of light; 
juvenility: — an Amorite, Gen. 14: 13. 

An'8-th5th"ite. H.6069. An inhabitant of Anathoth 
[ANETOTHITE and ANTOTHITE], 2 Sam. 23: 27. 

An'8-t5th"-Ite. H.6069. An inhabitant of Anathoth 
[ANETHOTHITE and ANTOTHITE], 1 Chron. 27: 12. 

A'nI-am. H.593. Tristitia popvli — The sorrow or sighing 
of a people; groaning: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 7:9. 

A'nlm. H.6044. Forties — Fountains: — a place in Palestine, 
Gen. 15:50. 

An'nft. G.451. Gratia — Grace; free gift; favored: — a proph- 
etess at Jerusalem [HANNAH], Luke 2: 36. 

An'nas. G.452. Gratiose dedit — He gave graciously: — a Jew- 
ish high priest, Luke 3:2. 

An'tl-ftch. G.490. Qui oppugnat currum — Who fights a 
chariot: — a place in Syria, Acts 11: 19. 

An'tl-p&S. G.493. Contra omnes — Against all: — a martyr of 
Pergamos, Rev. 2: 13. 

&n-tlp'$-trts. G.494. Similis patri — Over against, i. e., like 
his father: — a place in Palestine, Acts 23:31. 

An"-t5-thTjah. H.6070. Responsiones Domini — Answers, or 
songs, of the Lord: — a son of Jehoram, 1 Chron. 8: 24. 

An'tSth-Ite. H.6069. A native of Anathoth [ANETHO- 
THITE and ANETOTHITE], 1 Chron. 11: 28. 

£'ni)b. H.6036. Connexus — Joined, or bound, together; 
borne: — a descendant of Judah, 1 Chron. 4:8. 

i-pSlltg. G.559. Niger; Juscus; sedusM>-^^\ ^Yff^ 
seclusion; given by Apollo: — a itiend oi^w^, 1 ^^-^* * 



32 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A-phar'a&ch-Ites. H.671. Disruptio — Dividing; td 
asunder: — an unknown Assyrian tribe, Ezra 6: 6. 

A-phar's&th-chltes. H.671. Disruptio — Dividing; tei 
asunder: — an unknown Assyrian tribe, Ezra 4:9. 



A-ph&r'sites. H.670. Disruptio — Dividing; tearing a 
der: — inhabitant of an unknown region of Assyria, Ezra 

A'phBk. H.663. Firmitas — Soundness; strength; strc 
fortress: — name of three places in Palestine, Josh. 12: 1 

A-phe'kah. H.664. Firmitas — Vigor; rapid stream; 
tress: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15: 53. 

A-phi'ah. H.647. Anhditus; gemitus — Breathing; groan 
speaking; breeze; rekindled; refreshed: — a progenitor 
Saul, 1 Sam. 9: 1. 

A'phlk. H.663. Firmitas — Soundness; strength; strean 
place in Palestine [APHEK], Judg. 1:31. 

Aph'rah. H.1036. PuUms— Dust; female fawn:— a plao 
Palestine, Mic, 1 : 10. 

Aph'sSs. H.6483. Dispersio — Dispersion; to dissever: — c 
of eighteenth course of priests, 1 Chron. 24: 15. 

Ap"51-15'nI-$. G.624. Perditor; perditio— Destroyer; desfc 

tion; the sun: — a place in Macedonia, Acts 17: 1. 

. 

A-p5115s. G.625. Perditor; perditio — Destroyer; laj 
waste; the sun, i. e., as laying waste: — a learned Jew, 1 

18:24. 

• 

A-pdlTyon. G.623. Apollyon — A destroyer, i. e., Sataa 
"the angel of the bottomless pit" [ABADDON], Rev. 9: : 

Ap'pft-im. H.649. Portio gemina — Double portion; 
nostrils; face: — an Israelite, son of Nadab, 1 Chron. 2: 3< 

Ap'phl-ft. G.682. Fertilis— Productive ; fruitful :— a Chris 
woman, Philem. 1 : 2. 

Ap"pl-i-f5'rtim. G.675. Appii forum— Market place 
Appius: — a town forty-three miles S.E. of Rome, Acts 28: 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 33 

Aq'ul-la. G.207. Aguila — An eagle: — a native of Pontus; 
husband of Priscilla, Acts 18:2. 

At. H.6144. Urbs — A city; awakening; uncovering: — a place 
in Moab, Num. 21 : 15. 

A'r$. H.690. Congregatio; grex — Congregation; flock; cursing; 
lion: — son of Jether, 1 Chron. 7:38. 

A'rab. H.694. Latibvlum — A cave; ambush; window; mul- 
tiplying: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15:52. 

Ar'$-bah. H.6160. Solitudo — Solitude; a desert; sterility; 
burnt up: — valley of Jordan, Josh. 18: 18. 

A-raTri-^t. H.6152. Locus campestris, vel desertus — Wild open 
place, or desert; sterility; evening: — a country E. of Pales- 
tine, 2 Chron. 9: 14. 

A'r&d. H.6166. Onager — Wild ass; a dragon; fugitive: — a 
Benjamite, 1 Chron. 8: 15. 

A'rah. H.733. Abitus — Departure; wayfaring; traveler: — an 
Asherite, 1 Chron. 7:39. 

A 'ram. H.758. Elatus— Exalted; the highland; magnifi- 
cence: — name of place and several persons, Gen. 22: 21. 

A'ram. G.689. Elatus — Exalted; high: — an ancestor of Jesus 
[RAM], Matt. 1:3. 

A'ram-na-hfc-ra'im. H.763. Elatus; Electus Dei— Exalted; 
chosen of God; highland of two rivers, Psa. 60: Title. 

A'ram-zS'bah. H.760. Elatio; depressio— Height; depres- 
sion; exalted station, Psa. 60: Title. 

A'r&n. H.765. Rupis caper — Goat of the rock; stridulous: — 
an Edomite, Gen. 36: 28. 

Ar'&-r&t. H.780. Arcus — A bow; the curse of trembling; 
holy land: — a mountainous district [ARMENIA], Gen. 8:4. 

A-r&u'nah. H.728. Ornus Dei— Pine or ash of God; Jah is 
strong: — a Jebusite prince, 2 Sam. 24: 16. 

Ar1)9. H.704. Gigas; quadratum — A giant; square; four: — 
a forefather of Anak, Josh. 15: 13. 



34 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ar'bah. H.704. Gigas; quadratum — A giant; square; four:- 
[KIRJATH-ARBA or HEBRON], Gen. 35:27. 

ArT)&th-Ite. H.6164. An inhabitant of Arabah, 2 SaD 
23:31. 

Arlrite. H.701. A native of Arab, 2 Sam. 23 : 35. 

Ar"chS-la'us. G.745. Princeps popvM — Prince of the peoplt 
people-ruling; a. chief: — a Jewish king, Matt. 2: 22. 

Ar'chi. H.757. Longitudo — Length: — a place or clan som< 
where near Bethel, Josh. 16: 2. 

Ar-chlp'ptis. G.751. Rector equorum — Ruler of horses:— 
Christian teacher at Colossae, Col. 4: 17. 

Ar'chite. H.757. Longitudo — Length: — supposed to refer t 
a clan of Erech, 2 Sam. 15: 32. 

Arc-tQ'rtis. H.5906. Arcturus— Bearward; Great Beai 
bear's tail: — the constellation of the Great Bear, Job 9:9. 

ird. H.714. Praestans — Excellent; ruling; to wander; fug 
tive: — a grandson of Benjamin [ADDAR], Gen. 46: 21. 

Ar'ddn. H.715. VaJde magnificus — Very magnificent; roan 
ing; fugitive: — a son of Caleb, 1 Chron. 2: 18. 

A-re'lI. H.692. Leo Dei — Lion of God ; heroic ; son of a hero :- 
a son of Gad; Arelites, Gen. 46: 16. 

A-re'lites. H. 692. A family descended from Areli, Nun 
26:17. 

Ar"8-5p'$-£ite. G.698. In Areopago versans — Employed i 
the Areopagus: — a member of the court of Areopagu 
Acts 17:34. 

Ar"6-5p'ft-gtts. G.697. Martis coUis— Hill of Mars; rod 
or hill of Ares: — a rocky height in Athens, Acts 17: 19. 

Ar'B-t&S. G.702. Magnus — Great; agreeable; virtuous; lioi 
a cutter: — father-in-law of Herod Antipas, 2 Cor. 11: 32. 

J&r'gbb. H.709. Leonis lustra — Lion's den; stony: — one ( 
Solomon's commissary districts, 1 lim^ VA%. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 35 

A-rld'fc-I. H.742. Magnus et praeclarus — Great and shining; 
distinguished; strong: — ninth son of Haman, Esth. 9: 9. 

A-rId'$-th$. H.743. Mogul films — Son of the great; giving 
what is worthy: — sixth son of Haman, Esth. 9: 8. 



A-ri'eh. H.745. Leo — A lion: — a prince of Israel, 2 Kings 
15:25. 

A'xi-81. H.740. Leo Dei — Lion, i. e., hero, of God; hearth 
of God: — a symbolical name for Jerusalem, Isa. 29: 1, 2. 

£r"I-m&-thae-$. G.707. AUitudine situs — Placed on a 
height; lion; dead unto God: — a city of Judea, Matt. 27: 57. 

A'xi-Sch. H.746. Leo — A lion; venerable; noble: — the name 
of two Babylonians, Gen. 14: 1. 

A-ris'fc-I. H.747. ExceUens — Excellent; Vishnu's arrow: — 
eighth son of Haman, Esth. 9:9. 

Ar"Is-t&r'chU8. G.708. Optime imperans — Ruling best ; excel- 
lent ruler: — a Thessalonian, Acts 19: 29. 

Ar-Is"t0-btlltls. G.711. Optime consvlens — Counseling in 
the best way: — a Christian resident of Rome, Rom. 16: 10. 

j&rklte. H.6208. Longitudo; dens — Length; tusk: — aCanaan- 
itish family, Gen. 10: 17. 

£r-m&-g8d'don. G.717. Urbs magnae turbae — Place of great 
crowd: — a typical battlefield between good and evil, Rev. 
16: 16. 

£r-m5'nI-$. H.780. Areas — A bow; mountains of Mini: — 
plateau of western Asia [ARARAT], 2 Kings 19: 37. 

£r-m5'ni. H.764. Palaiinus — Belonging to a king's court; 
a chamberlain; palatial : — son of Saul by Rizpah, 2 Sam. 21 : 8. 

Jbr'n&n. H.770. Valde alacer — Very swift; active; noisy: — 
an Israelite, head of a returned family, 1 Chron. 3: 21. 

£r'n5n. H.769. Continuo sonans — Crosta3& wsu&bst^ ws^- 
ing; a brawling stream: — a river "E. oi Jox&as^^ass^*^^ 



36 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A'rdd. H.720. Decus eximium — Distinguished honor; ruling 
fugitive; wild ass: — a son of Gad, Num. 26: 16. 

Ar'6-dl. H.722. Decus — Honor: — an Arodite or descendan 
of Arod, Gen. 46: 16. 

A'r5d-Ites. H.722. Descendants of Arod, Num. 26: 17. 

Ar'6-Sr. H.6177. Sterilissimus — Most sterile; barren; nuditj 
of situation: — the name of four places, Num. 32:34. 

Ar'6-Sr-Ite". H.6200. Designation of Hothan, 1 Chron. 11:44 

£r'p&d. H.774. Stratum firmum — Firm couch, or bed; sup 
port; spread out: — a city or district in Syria, 2 Kings 18: 34 

£r'ph&d. H.774. Stratum firmum — Sure bed, or covering 
fortified city; firmly laid:— [ARPAD], Isa. 36: 19. 

Ar-ph&x'&d. H.775. Diffusio momma — Great diffusion; one 
that heals: — son of Shem; founder of Chaldeans, Gen. 10: 22. 

Ar-ph&x'&d. G.742. Diffusio maxima — Great diffusion; one 
that heals: — son of Shem, Luke 3:36. 

£r"t4x-Srx'§g. H.783. Magnus — The great one; silence of 
light: — the name of several Persian kings, Ezra 4: 7. 

£r't$-m&s. G.734. Dianae donum — Gift of Diana, or Arte- 
mis: — a companion of Paul [DIANA], Titus 3: 12. 

Ar'u-b6th. H.700. Foramina — Openings; lattices; win- 
dows: — third commissary district of Solomon, 1 Kings 

4:10. 

. 

A-ru'm&h. H.725. Locus excelsus — A high place; exalted: — 
residence of Abimelech, near Shechem [RUMAH], Judg. 
9:41. 

Ar'vftd. H.719. Erratio— Wandering; a refuge for the rov- 
ing: — an island, now Ruad, Ezek. 27:8. 

Ar'vad-Ite. H.721. Erratio— Wandering; a refuge for the 
roving: — a native of Arvad, 1 Chron. 1: 16. 

i&r'z$. H.777. Terra — The earth; earthiness: — keeper of 
King Elah's palace at Tirzah, 1 Kings 16: 9. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 37 

A's$. H.609. Sanavit — He healed; physician: — a Levite, 
ancestor of Berechiah, 1 Chron. 9: 16. 

A's$. G.760. Sanavit — He hath healed; curing: — son of Abia 
in genealogy of Jesus, Matt. 1 : 7. 

A'Sft-hBl. H.6214. Fecit Deus — God made or constituted; 
creature of God: — name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 16. 

• 

A"sa-hi'ah. H.6222. Gratiosa responsio Dei — The gracious 
answer of God; Jah has made: — name of three or four Israel- 
ites [ASHIAH], 2 Kings 22: 14. 

A"sa-I'ah. H.6222. Dominus fecit— The Lord hath wrought: — 
[ASAHIAH], 2 Chron. 34:20. 

A'saph. H.623. Abstvlit — He hath taken away; one who 
completes; collector: — name of three Israelites, 2 Kings 
18: 18. 

A-S&'r$-81. H.840. Colligavit Deus — God has bound; God has 
collected ; right of God : — a descendant of Judah, 1 Chron. 4 : 16. 

A"8&-r81ah. H.841. Eredus ad Deum— Upright toward 
God: — one of the sons of Asaph, 1 Chron. 25: 2. 

£s'$-n&th. H.621. Pvlchritudo — Beauty; fairness: — wife of 
Joseph and mother of Ephraim and Manasseh, Gen. 41:45. 

A'sSr. G.768. Felix— Happy:— eighth son of Jacob; [ASHER], 
Luke 2: 36. 

A'sh&n. H.6228. Fumus — Smoke; dust; vapor; anger: — a 
city in Judah [CHORASHAN], Josh. 15:42. 

Ash-b8'$. H.791. Adiuro — I adjure; adjurer: — a proper 
name whether of person or place is uncertain, 1 Chron. 4: 21. 

Aflhltel. H.788. Continuo crescens — Continually increasing; 
flowing; determination of God: — son of Benjamin [ESH- 
BAAL], Gen. 46:21. 

Ash'bel-Ites. H.789. Descendants of Ashbel, Num. 26: 38. 

Aflh'ch6-n&Z. H.813. Ashchenaz genus — The As-race; fire 
that spreads; a kingdom near Armenia [ASHKENAZ], Jer. 
51:27. 



38 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ash'ddd. H.795. Expulsio — Expulsion; exile; ravager; 
stronghold; castle: — a place in Palestine [AZOTUS], Josh. 
11. 22. 

Ash'ddd-Ites. H.796. The inhabitants of Ashdod [ASH- 
DOTHITES],Neh.4:7. 

Ash'd5th-ltes. H.796. The inhabitants of Ashdod [ASH- 
DODITES], Josh. 13. 3. 

Ish'dSth-pfe'gah. H.798. Diffundere— To pour forth; ra- 
vines of Pisgah: — a place east of Jordan [PISGAH], Deut. 
3: 17. 

Ash'Sr. H.836. Recte procedens — Proceeding right; reciprocal 
activity; happy; blessedness: — a son of Jacob and Zilpah 
[ASER], Gen. 30: 13. 

Ash'Sr-Ites. H.843. Members of the tribe of Asher, Judg. 1 : 32. 

Ashl-m&. % H.807. Leo — Lion; goat without hair; crime; 
fire of the sea: — a deity of Hamath, 2 Kings 17: 30. 

Ash'kg-ldn. H.831. Migratio — Migration; weight; balance: — 
a place in Palestine [ASKELON], Judg. 14: 19. 

Ash'kg-n&Z. H.813. Ashkenaz germs — The As-race; spread- 
ing fire; strong; fortified: — son of Gomer [ASHCHENAZ], 
Gen. 10: 3. 

Ash'nah. H.823. Firmitas — Firmness; strong; fortified: — 
name of two places in Palestine, Josh. 15:33. 

Ash'p§-n&Z. H.828. Auxilium alacre — Prompt assistance; 
nose of the horse: — a Babylonian eunuch, Dan. 1:3. 

Ash'rl-el. H.845. Cottigatio Dei — The binding, or blessed- 
ness, of God: — properly ASRIEL, 1 Chron. 7: 14. 

Ash't$-r5th. H.6252. Abundantia divitiarum — Abundance of 
riches; idols of Astartes: — Hebrew plural of Ashtoreth, 
Judg. 2: 13. 

Agh't8-r5th Kar-na/im. H.6255. Idolorum Astartes bicornis 
— Of the idols of Astartes of two horns, or peaks: — a city 
of Rephsdm in Bashm, Gen, 14:5, 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 39 

Aflh'tO-rBth. H.6252. Abundantia divitiarum — Abundance of 
riches: — principal female divinity of the Phoenicians, 1 Bangs 
11:15. 

Ash'fir. H.804. Felix nobilitate — Happy in nobility; blessed; 
successful; blackness: — founder of Tekoa, 1 Chron. 2:24. 

Ash'tir-ites. H.843. A people named among Ishbosheth's 
subjects, 2 Sam. 2:9. 

Ash'vath. H.6220. Ddectatio— Delight; bright; firmer; 
stronger: — a son of Japhlet, 1 Chron. 7:33. 

A'gift. G.773. Medium— Middle; full of mud; Orient; the 
East; aurora: — Asia Minor, Acts 2: 9. 

A'sl-el. H.6221. Opus Dei — The work of God: — a progenitor 
of Jehu, 1 Chron. 4: 35. 

Aslcg-ldn. H.831. Migratio— Migration; weight; balance: — 
a place in Palestine [ASHKELON], Judg. 1 : 18. 

As'nah. H.619. Rubus — Bramble ; thorn-bush ; to be sharp : — 
one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2: 50. 

&8-n&p'p9r. H.620. Alacerrirnm — Very quick; leader of an 
army: — an Assyrian king, Ezra 4: 10. 

&s'p&-th$. H.630. Egui puUus — Foal of a horse: — third 
son of Haman, Esth. 9:7. 

&s'rl-6l. H.844. CoUigavit Denis — God has bound together; 
vow of God: — founder of the Asrielites, Num. 26:31. 

As'rl-el-ites. H.845. A family of Manassites, descended 
from Asriel, Num. 26:31. 

As 'ship. H.804. Successus — Success; step; hero; mighty: — 
second son of Shem; founder of the Assyrians, Gen. 10: 22. 

&8-shu'rim. H.805. Successus — Successes: — a tribe de- 
scended from Abraham and Keturah [ASSHUR], Gen. 25: 3. 

As'slr. H.617. Arete vinetus — Firmly bound; imprisoned: — 
the name of two Israelites, Exod. 6: 24. 

As'ads. G.789. Firmus— Firm; coming usax to.— *> ^&^ A 
Asia Minor, Acts 20: 13. 



40 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPEB NAMES 

As'sur. H.804. Successus— Success:— [ASSHUR and ASSY 
RIA], Ezek. 4:2. 

As-S^rl-fc. H.804. Successus — Success ; step ; hero ; mighty :— 
a great and powerful country lying on the Tigris [ASSHUR] 
Gen. 2: 14. 

As't&-r5th. H.6252. Abundantia divitiarum — Abundance oi 
riches; accessions:— [ASHTAROTH], Deut. 1:4. 

A-sttp'pim. H.624. Congregationes — Gatherings; collected: 
the council of Elders: — name of council-chambers in the 

outer court of the Temple, 1 Chron. 26: 15. 

. 

A-SJfn'crl-tuS. G.799. Incomparabilis — Incomparable; un- 
social: — a Christian at Rome, Rom. 16: 14. 



A'tad. H.329. Rhamnus — A black thorn; a thorn-tree: — 
a spot west of Jordan, Gen. 50: 10. 

&t'$-rah. H.5851. Corona — A crown : — wife of Jerahmeel, and 
mother of Onam, 1 Chron. 2: 26. 

&t'$-r5th. H.5852. Coronae — Crowns: — the name of two 
places in Palestine, Num. 32: 3. 

At'ft-rSth-S/dar. H.5853. Coronae gregum — Crowns of 

flocks: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 16: 5. 

. 

A'ter. H.333. Scaevola — Left-handed; maimed; bound; 
dumb: — name of three Israelites, Ezra 2: 16. 

A'th&ch. H.6269. Dedinatio — Declination; sojourn; lodging 
place; bending; turning aside: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 
30:30. 

&th"$-i'ah. H.6265. Tempestive fecit Dominus — God made 
it opportunely; the hour of the Lord; Jah has helped: — an 
Israelite, Neh. 11:4. 

Ath"fc-irah. H.6271. Abstvlit Dominus— The Lord took 
away; Jah has constrained: — the name of an Israelitess and 
two Israelites [ATHLAI], 1 Chron. 8:26. 

A-tihe'nl-&n8. G.117. Advenientes — Arriving: — Inhabitants 
of Athens, Acts 17:21. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 41 

Ath'Sng. G.116. Adveniens-^ Arriving; without increase: — 
the capital of Greece, Acts 17: 15. 

ith'lai. H.6270. Ablatio Domini— The removal by God; 
to compress; constringent: — an Israelite [ATHALIAH], 
Ezra 10: 28. 

At'rdth. H.5855. Corona — Crown: — a city of Gad, Num. 
32:35. 

At'tai. H.6262. Ablatio Domini — Removal by God; my 
hour; timely; opportune: — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 
2:35. 

It-tall-*. G.825. Nobilis — Noble; increasing; sending: — a 
king of Pergamos, Acts 14: 25. 

i 

1 Au-gtts'tUS. G.828. Augustus — August; eminent; renowned; 
* consecrated; majestic: — first emperor of Rome [CAESAR], 
Luke 2: 1. 

A'v$. H.5755. Iniquitous — Iniquity; overturning: — a place in 
Assyria [IVAH], 2 Kings 17:24. 

A'vfin. H.206. Vanitas — Vanity; iniquity; idolatry: — the 
name of three places, Ezek. 30: 17. 

A'vim. H.5761. Pagani — Peasants; dwellers among the 
ruins:— see Avims [HIVITE], Josh. 18: 23. 

A'vXmg. H.5757. Pagani — Peasants; dwellers among the 
ruins: — a primitive people in Palestine [HIVITE], Deut. 2: 23. 

A'vlth. H.5762. Erratio — Wandering; wickedness; ruins: — 
the king's city of Edom, Gen. 36: 35. 

A'z&L H.682. Separatus — Separated; noble; near: — name of 
a place in Palestine, Zech. 14: 5. 

Az"$-li'ah. H.683. Separavit — He separated; Jah has re- 
served: — father of Shaphan the scribe [ESLI], 2 Chron. 34: 8. 

Az"$-ni'ah. H.245. Exaudivit Deus — God heard; help from 
Jah: — a Levite, father of Jeshua, Neh. 10:9. 

A-z&r'$-el. H.5832. Opitulatus est Deus — God helped: — a 
Levite musician [AZAREEL], Neh. 12*. 3ft. 



42 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

A-z&r'$-el. H.5832. Opitvlatus est Deus — God assisted:— 
Korhite who joined David at Ziklag [AZARAEL], 1 Chro 
12:6. 

&z"$-ri'ah. H.5838. Opitvlatus est Deus — God assisted; Ji 
has helped: — the name of nineteen Israelites, 1 Chron. 6: 3 

A'z$z. H.5811. Fortis fuit — He was strong: — a Reubenit 
father of Bela, 1 Chron. 5 : 8. 

Az"&-zi'ah. H.5812. Fortis fuit— He was strong; Jah hi 
strengthened: — the name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 27: 2H 

Az1)tik. H.5802. Roboris exhaustio — Exhaustion of strengtl 
stern depopulator: — father of Nehemiah, Neh. 3: 16. 

A-ze'kah. H.5825. Circum saepta — Hedged around; tillec 
dug over; broken up: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 10: 10. 

A'zel. H.682. Separatus; eximius — Separated; distinguishec 
noble: — a descendant of Saul, 1 Chron. 8:37. 

A'zem. H.6107. Robur; os — Strength; bone: — a place i 
Palestine [EZEM], Josh. 15:29. 

Az'g&d. H.5803. Adoenit turma — A troop has arrived; 
strong army; stern troop: — an Israelite, Ezra 2: 12. 

A'zl-el. H.5815. Consolatur Deus — God comforteth; Go 
strengthened : — an Israelite [ JAAZIEL], 1 Chron. 15 : 20. 

A-zI'zg. H.5819. Robur — Strength; strengthfulness: — a sa 
of Zattu, Ezra 10: 27. 

Az'm&-v8th. H.5820. Propinquus fuit mors — Death wa 
near; strong one of death: — name of three Israelites and \ 
place in Palestine, 2 Sam. 23:31. 

Az'mdn. H.6111. Valde firmus — Very secure; bone-like 
strong: — a place in southern Palestine, Num. 34:4. 

Az'ndth-t&'bdr. H.243. Anna Taboris — The arms, i. e., sum 
mits, of Tabor; the ears of election: — a place in Palestine 
Josh. 19:34. 

A'zdr. G.107. Auxilium valms — Strong help; one who helps 
helpful:— son of Eliakim [AZ\JK\> "MLb**.. VA^. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 43 

A-zd'tUS. G.108. Expulsio; exilium — Expulsion; exile; rav- 
i ager: — a place in Palestine [ASHDOD], Acts 8: 40. 

Az'rl-el. H.5837. Auxilium Dei — Help of God: — the name 
of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 5: 24. 

Az'rl-kam. H.5840. Auxilium — Help; or, rising up; reviving; 
help of an enemy: — name of four Israelites [AHIKAM], 
1 Chron. 3:23. 

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i-zii'bah. H.5806. Derelicta — Forsaken; deserted: — the 
name of two Israelitesses, 1 Kings 22: 42. 

i'zqr. H.6809. Auxilium valens — Strong help; helpful: — the 
name of three Israelites [AZZUR], Jer. 28: 1. 

Az'zah. H.6804. Fortis — Strong; fortified: — a place in Pales- 
tine [GAZA], Deut. 2:23. 

&z'zan. H.5821. Valde robustus — Very strong: — a man of 
Issachar; father of Paltiel, Num. 34: 26. 

Az'zur. H.5809. Auxilium valens — Strong help, or one who 
assists: — the name of three Israelites [AZUR], Neh. 10: 17. 

BS'tt. H.1168. Dominus; possessor — A lord; master; pos- 
sessor; owner: — the name of two Israelites; town of Simeon, 
1 Chron. 5:5. 

BS'tt. H.1168. Dominus; possessor — A lord; master; pos- 
sessor; owner: — a Phoenician deity [BAALIM], Judg. 6: 25. 

BS'tt. G.896. Dominus — A lord: — a Phoenician deity; used 
as a symbol of idolatry, Rom. 11: 4. 

B&'&l-ah. H.1173. Dives — Rich; her idol; a mistress: — the 
name of three places in Palestine [BALAH and BILHAH], 
Josh. 15 : 9. 

B&'&l-ath. H.1191. Dives — Rich; her lord; mistress-ship: — 
a place in Palestine, Josh. 19: 44. 

BS'U-ath-bS'Sr. H.1192. Baalath puteus; Kaben\& *p\A«w& — 
The well at Baalath; having, i. e., imsXxfcSfc <&> *. ^fc:- 
place in Palestine, Josh. 19 : 8, 



44 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAME! 

Ba'U-bS'rith. H.1170. Dominus foederis— Lord i 
covenant: — a special deity of the Shechemites, Judg. 

Ba'&l-g&d. H.1171. Baal habens turmam — Baal ha 
troop: — a place in Syria, Josh. 11: 17. 

B&'&l-h&'mdn. H.1174. Baal habens turmam moQ 
Baal having a great multitude: — a place in Palestin 
Song 8: 11. 

B&'U-h&'nan. H.1177. Baal gratiose ded#— Baal ga^ 
ciously: — the name of an Edomite, also an Israelite 
36:38. 

B&'U-ha'zdr. H.1178. Baal habens fossam— Baal ha 
trench; Baal having a village: — a place in Palestine, ' 
13:23. 

B&'U-hSr'mdn. H.1179. Baal habens propugnaculum- 
having a fortress: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 3: 3. 

B&'U-L H.1180. Dominus mens — My lord; my masi 
symbolical name for Jehovah [ISHI], Hos. 2: 16. 

B&'U-Im. H.1168. Idola Baalis— Idols of Baal:— ph 
Baal, the supreme male divinity of the Phoenicia 
Canaanitish nations, Judg. 2: 11. 

BS'&-Us. H.1185. Cum exsuliatione — With exultatio: 
Ammonitish king, Jer. 40: 14. 

B&'U-mS'on. H.1186. Baalis hcMtaculumr-The hab: 
of Baal: — a place E. of Jordan, Num. 32: 38. 

B&'U-pS'or. H.1187. Dominus aperturae— -The lord 
opening, or gap: — a Moabitish deity, Num. 25: 3. 

B&'U-p8r'$-zIm. H.1188. Locus irruptionum — The p 
the breaches; possessor of breaches: — a place in Pal 
2 Sam. 5:20. 

B&'U-shfiTI-shft. H.1190. Locus in triangulo—Plaa 
triangle: — a place in Palestine, 2 Kings 4: 42. 

B&'U-t&'mSr. H.1193. Locus palmae— Place of the 
tree: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 20:33. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 45 

t BS'Sl-ze'btib. H.1176. Dominus vagationis, vd muscarum — 
I God of wandering, or of flies: — a deity of the Ekronites, 
2 Kings 1:2. 

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1 BS'tt-zS'phdn. H.1179. Dominus absamditorum — Lord of 
the secret; lord of the unknown: — a place in Egypt, Exod. 
14:2. 

B&'$-n$. H.1195. Per exauditionem — By hearing; son of 
affliction: — the name of four Israelites [BAANAH], 1 Kings 
4: 12. 

BS'&-nah. H.1195. Per afflictionem — By affliction; answer- 
ing:— [BAANA], 2 Sam. 4:5. 

BS'$-r&« H.1199. Accessio lunae — Increase of the moon: 
brutish: — an Israelitish woman, 1 Chron. 8:8. 

BS"ft-sS'Jah. H.1202. Opus Domini— Work of God; pressing 
together: — a Levite, ancestor of Asaph, 1 Chron. 6: 40. 

BS'$-sh$. H.1201. Cum voluptate — With pleasure; he who 
seeks and lays waste; offensive: — a king of Israel, 1 Kings 
15: 16. 

B&1>81. H.894. Confusio — Confusion; mingling; chaos; the 
gate of God: — a city in the plain of Shinar [BABYLON], 
Gen. 10:10. 

Bftb'y-15n. H.894. Confusio — Confusion: — capital city of 
Babylonian empires [BABEL], Dan. 1:1. 

Bftb'jMSn. G.897. Confusio— Confusion : — the capital of 
Chaldaea, lit., or fig., a type of tyranny and of self-idolizing 
power, Rev. 14:8. 

B&b"jM5'nI-ans. H.896. Inhabitants of Babylon, Ezra 4: 9. 

BSb"?-lo'ni8h. H.8152. Eieetus omnimodo— Wholly cast 
off: — Babylonish garment, lit., means robe of Shinar, Josh. 
7:21. 

B&'cft. H.1056. Flem — Weeping; lamentation; mulberry 
trees: — a valley in Palestine, Psa. 84: 6. 

Bfc-hS'rum-Ite. H.978. Inhabitant of Bahurim [BARHU- 
MITE], 1 Chron. 11:33. 



46 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

BS-hfTrim. H.980. Vicus iuoenum — Village of young men ; 
loved; chosen: — town in the tribe of Benjamin, 2 Sam. 3: 

B&'jith. H.1006. Domus, vel fanum — House, or temple 
temple of the gods of Moab, Isa. 15: 2. 

B&k-bfik'kar. H.1230. Quaesitio diligentissima — Most ( 
gent search; wasting of the mountains: — an Israelite, 1 Chi 
9: 15. 

B&klrtik. H.1227. Absolute evacuatio — Complete emptyi 
bottle: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2:51. 

B&k"btik-i'ah. H.1229. Exhaustio Domini— The exhausti 
i. e., emptying, by God: — a Levite, Neh. 11: 17. 

BS'lgani. H.1109. Absorptio — Absorption; destruction; < 
age; foreigner; stranger: — son of Beor, Num. 22: 5. 

BSI&am. G.903. Absorptio populi — Absorption, or swallc 
ingup of the people: — symbolical of a false teacher, 21 
2:15. 

Ba'l&c. G.904. Apertura — Opening; who lays waste; waster 
see Balak, Rev. 2: 14. 

BiTfc-d&n. H.1081. Belus Dominus— Bel the Lord; havi 
power and riches: — name of a Babylonian prince, 2 Kii 
20:12. 

B&lah. H.1088. Terror — Terror; great fear; failure: — apk 
in Palestine [BAALAH and BILHAH], Josh. 19:3. 

BS/l&k. H.llll. Apertura — Opening; vacant; one who la 
waste: — a Moabitish king [BALAC], Num. 22:2. 

Ba'mah. H.1117. Exeelsum — Eminence; a high place; 
elevation: — a place in Palestine, Ezek. 20:29. 

B&'mdth. H.1120. Excelsa — High places; heights: — a pla 
E. of Jordan, Num. 21 : 19. 

BS'mdth-ba'&L H.1120. Excelsa Baalis— The high plac 
of Baal: — a sanctuary of Baal in Moab, Josh. 13: 17. 

Ba'ni. H.1137. Filius mens — My son; built up: — the nac 
of five Israelites [BINNUI], Ezra 2: 10. 



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riONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 47 



Bftr-ftb'bas. G.912. Filius patris— Son of his father:— a 
prisoner at Jerusalem when Jesus was condemned, Matt. 
27:16. 

B&r'ft-chSl. H.1292. Benedixit Deus— God has blessed:— 
the Buzite, father of Elihu, Job 32: 2. 

B8r"&-Chl'a8. G.914. Benedict™ Domini— Blessing of the 
Lord: — an Israelite, Matt. 23:35. 

B&'rak. H. 1301 . Fvlgur — Lightning ; thunder : — son of Abin- 
oam of Kedesh-naphtali, Judg. 4: 6. 

B&'rak. G.913. Fvlgur — Lightning; flashing; a gleam; thun- 
der: — an Israelite, Heb. 11:32. 

BKr-htl'mlte. H.1273. A native of Bahurim [BAHARUM- 
ITE], 2 Sam. 23:31. 

Bft-rl'ah. H.1282. In fugam conversus — Turned to flight; a 
fugitive; a serpent, as fleeing: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 3: 22. 

B8r"-j5'8U8. G.919. Filius Iesus— Son of Jesus, or of 
Joshua: — an Israelite [ELYMAS], Acts 13:6. 

B8r"-j5'nft. G.920. Filius Ionae— Son of Jonas, or of Jonah :— 
[PETER], Matt. 16: 17. 

B&r'kSs. H.1302. Filius patrissans — A son like his father; 
painter: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2:53. 

BKr'nft-b&S. G.921. Filius consolationis — Son of consolation; 
son of prophecy: — name given to Joses, a Levite, Acts 4: 36. 

BKr'&ft-b&S. G.923. Filius iuramenti — Son of the oath: — 
name of two Israelites [JOSEPH and JUDAS], Acts 15: 22. 

Bftr-th5r&-mew. G.918. Filius ThaUmad; sulcus— Son of 
Tholomacus, or Talmai; a furrow; that suspends the water: — 
a Christian apostle [NATHANAEL], Matt. 10: 3. 

B8r"tl-mae'tts. G.924. Filius Timaei— Son of Timeus, or 
Timai; unclean: — a blind beggar of Jericho, Mark. 10: 46. 

B&Yuch. H.1263. Benedictus— Blessed :— the name of ♦*— 
Israelites, Jer. 32: 12. 



48 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

BKr-dllf-I. H.1271. Ferrum Domini— The iron of Go 
strong: — the name of three Israelites, 2 Sam. 21:8. 

Ba'sh&n. H.1316. Solum aequale — Level ground; lig 
sandy soil: — a region E. of Jordan, Num. 21: 33. 



B&'sh&n-ha'voth-j&'ir. H.2334. Bashan of the villages 
Jair [HAVOTH-JAIR], Deut. 3: 14. 

B&sh'B-mftth. H.1315. Ddedatio — Delight; perfumed; fr 
grant: — name of one of Esau's wives [MAHALATB 
Gen. 36:3. 

B&s'math. H.1315. Delectatio — Delight; fragrant:— daught 
of Solomon, married to Ahimaaz, 1 Kings 4: 15. 

B&th-r&b'bim. H.1337. Filia muUarum— Daughter, i. e 
city of many: — one of the gates of ancient Heshboi 
Sol. Song 7:4. 

B&th'-&h8-b&. H.1339. Filia iuramenti — Daughter of tl 
oath:— the mother of Solomon [BATH-SHUA], 2 Sam. 11 :! 

Bftth'-shu'ft. H.1340. Filia iuramenti— Daughter of tl 
oath; seventh daughter: — see Bath-sheba, 1 Chron. 3:5. 

Bftv'i-I. H.942. Cum desiderio Domini — With the desire < 
God: — son of Henadad, Neh. 3: 18. 

B&zlith. H.1213. Cum orationibus — With prayers; a peeling 
nakedness: — ancestor of certain Nethinim [BAZLUTH 
Neh. 7:54. 

B&zlfith. H.1213. Cum precibus — With supplications; strip 
ping:— [BAZLITH], Ezra 2:52. 

Be"$-li'ah. H.1183. Dominatum eocercuit Dominus — Th 
Lord exercised authority: — a Benjamite, friend of David 
1 Chron. 12: 5. 



BS'grldth. H.1175. Possessus — Possessed; mistresses: 
town in extreme S. of Judah [ALOTH], Josh. 15: 24. 

B8b'2-L H.893. Cum desiderio Domini — With the desire o 
God; fatherly: — ancestor of a returned teccffl^ , "Sax*. *Z\ 11. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 49 

BS'chSr. H.1071. Primogenitus — First born; first fruits: — 
the name of two Israelites, Gen. 46: 21. 

BS-chS'rftth. H.1064. Primogenitura — First-birth; primo- 
geniture: — son of Aphiah, 1 Sam. 9: 1. 

BS'd&d. H.911. Separatus — Separated; alone; in the bosom: — 
father of Hadad, king of Edom, Gen. 36: 35. 

BS'd&n. H.917. Cum iudicio — With judgment; strong; 
servile: — the name of two Israelites [ABDON], 1 Chron. 7: 17. 

Bt-dS'|ah. H.912. Per potentiam Dei — By the power of 
God; servant of Jehovah: — a son of Bani, Ezra 10:35. 

BS"8M'$-dft. H.1182. Dominus cognovit — The Lord knew; 
known by Baal: — a son of David [ELIADA], 1 Chron. 14: 7. 

B8-81'z8-btU>. G.954. Dominus vagationis; vd muscarum — 
Lord of wandering, or, of flies; dung-god: — a name of Satan, 
Matt. 10: 25. 

BS'er. H.876. Puteus — A well; declaring: — a halting place 
of the Israelites [BEEROTH], Num. 21 : 16. 

Bft-S'r*. H.878. Puteus— A well:— son of Zophah, of the 
tribe of Asher, 1 Chron. 7: 37. 

B8-9'rah. H.880. Puteus — A well: — prince of the Reuben- 
ites, carried away by Tiglath-pileser, 1 Chron. 5: 6. 

B6-er-elim. H.879. Puteus guercuum — The well of oaks; 
well of heroes: — a spot on the border of Moab, Isa. 15: 8. 

Bt-S'rL H.882. Puteus Dei— The well of God; fountained; 
illustrious: — father of Judith, Gen. 26:34. 

BS'er-la-hSi-roi. H.883. Puteus viventis Dei aspicientis me — 
Well of the living God looking on me: — a place in the desert, 
Gen. 16: 14. 

B*-8'r6th. H.881. Putei— Wells:— a ffivite city (Josh. 9: 17) 
a halting place of the Israelites, Deut. 10: 6. 

B6-e'r5th-Ite. H.886. One from Beeroth, 2 Sam. 4: 2. 

BS'er-shSl)*. H.884. Puteus iuramenti— ^<3\ A «&. «»fc\ 
weU of seven: — a place in Palestine, Gen. 7\\^V 



50 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

BS-Ssh'-tg-rah. H.1203. Domus Ashtoreth— House, or te 
pie, of Ashtoreth:— place E. of Jordan [ASHTAROT1 
Josh. 21 : 27. 

BS1. H.1078. Belies; Dominus — Lord, or, nothing; master; 
the Baal of the Babylonians [BAAL], Isa. 46: 1. 

BS'lft. H.1106. Absorptio — Swallowing up; destroying: 
name of a place, an Edomite and two Israelites [BELA] 
Gen. 14:2. 

Be'lah. H.1106. Absorptio — Absorbing; destroying: — f 
Bela, Gen. 46: 21. 

BS'lft-ites. H.1108. Descendants of Bela, Num. 26: 38. 

BS'lI-al. H.1100. Corruptus — Wicked; vile; perverse; wort 
lessness: — a worthless, lawless fellow, Deut. 13: 13. 

Be'll-al. G.955. Nequam — Worthless; without profit jr 
personification of all that is bad, 2 Cor. 6: 15. 

B81-sh&z'zar. H.1113. Belus splendor nitons — Belus t 
splendor of brightness; Bel has formed a king: — the h 
long of Babylon, Dan. 5:1. 

B81"te-sh&z'zar. H.1095. Belus abscondit splendorem 
Belus hid his glory; maintainer of the Lord: — the Babylc 
ish name for Daniel, Dan. 1 : 7. 

BSn. H.1122. Filius — A son, as a builder of the fam 
name: — a Levite of the second degree, 1 Chron. 15: 18. 

B$-na'|&h. H.1141. Deus aedificavit — God built; son of t 
Lord: — the name of twelve Israelites, 1 Chron. 15: 24. 

BBn-ftm'mi. H.1151. Filius gentis meae — The son of I 
people; kindred: — a son of Lot, by his younger daught 
Gen. 19:38. 

B8n'e-bS'r&k. H.1139. Filii fidgoris— The sons of lightning: 
a city of the tribe of Dan, Josh. 19: 45. 

B8n'8-ja'a-kSn. H.1142. Filii quos torquis cingit — So) 
whom the chain surrounds; sons of necessity: — name of 
tribe and a place in the desert, Num. 33: 31. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 51 

BBn-hS'd&d. H.1130. Filius praedari— The son of the 
honored: — the name of several Syrian kings, 1 Kings 15: 18. 

BSn-ha'il. H.1134. Filius strenuitatis — The son of activity; 
the son of the host, i. e., warrior: — an Israelite, 2 Chron. 17: 7. 

BBn-hS'nSn. H.1135. Filium gratiose dedit — He hath given 
a son graciously: — son of Shimon, 1 Chron. 4: 20. 

B8nl-ntL H.1148. Noster filius; aedificatio nostra — Our son; 
our edification: — a Levite who sealed the covenant with 
Nehemiah, Neh. 10: 13. 

B$n'j$-min. H.1144. Filius dextrae meae — Son of my right 
hand; the manifestation of divine power: — youngest son of 
Jacob; see Benoni, Gen. 35: 18. 

B8n'jfc-min. G.958. Filius dextrae— Son of the right hand; 
fortunate; dexterous: — the tribe of Benjamin, Rom. 11: 1. 

Bd'nft. H.1121. Suus filius — His son: — a Levite of the sons 
of Merari, 1 Chron. 24: 26. 

BSn-5'nI. H.1126. Filius doloris met — The son of my sorrow, 
i. e., of my last effort: — last son of Rachel, Gen. 35: 18. 

B8n-*51l8th. H.1132. Filius Zoheth— Son of Zoheth:— a 
descendant of Judah, 1 Chron. 4: 20. 

BS'5n. H.1194. Per afflictionem — By affliction; in answer- 
ing: — a place E. of Jordan, Num. 32: 3. 

Bd'or. H.1160. Absumptio — Taking away; burning; torch; 
lamp; beast: — father of Balaam, Num. 22: 5. 

B$'r$. H.1298. Exceliens virtute et arte — Distinguished for 
virtue and art: — a king of Sodom, Gen. 14: 2. 

BST'S-chah. H.1294. Benedictio — Blessing; prosperity:-^, 
Benjamite who joined David at Ziklag, 1 Chron. 12: 3. 

B8r"$-chl'ah. H.1296. Benedictio Domini — The blessing of 
the Lord:— father of Asaph [BERECHIAH], 1 Chron. 6: 39. 

B8r"grl'ah. H.1256. Dominus elegit — The Lord hath chosen, 
or created: — son of Shimhi, 1 Chron. 8: 21. 



52 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 



Bt-rS'$. G.960. Gravis — Heavy; region beyond: — a place 
in Macedonia, Acts 17 : 10. 

B8r"$-chi'ah. H.1296. Benedict™ Domini— The blessing of 
the Lord: — name of six Israelites [BERACHIAH], Zech. 1:7. 

BS'red. H.1260. Grando — Hail: — the name of a place, also 
of an Israelite, Gen. 16: 14. 

Be'ri. H.1275. Puteus Dei— Well of God:— son of Zophah, 
of the tribe of Asher [BEERI], 1 Chron. 7: 36. 

BS-ri'ah. H.1283. In calamitate — In calamity, or trouble: — 
the name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 7: 23. 

B8-ri'ltes. H.1284. Descendants of Beriah, Num. 26: 44. 

Be'rites. H.1276. Putei— Wells:— a tribe of people in N. 
Palestine, 2 Sam. 20: 14. 

Be'rith. H.1286. Foederatus — Confederate; covenant; to eat 
together: — "house of the god Berith" one name; same as 
Baal-berith, Judg. 9:46. 

B8r-ni'$8. G.959. Reparians victoriam — Bringing victory; 
victorious: — eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa, Acts 25: 13. 

Be-r5'd&ch-b&T&-d&n. H.1255. Filius Merodachi Domini 
potentis — The son of Merodach, the mighty Lord: — see 
Merodach-baladan, 2 Kings 20: 12. 

B8-r5'thah. H.1268. Pttiei Domini— Wells of God; cypress- 
like: — see Berothai, Ezek. 47: 16. 

B8r'Q-th&L H.1268. Putei Domini— Wells of God; the 
deity worshiped in the cypress: — a place in Palestine, 2 Sam. 
8:8. 

BS'roth-Ite. H.1307. An inhabitant of Berothai [BEE- 
ROTHITE], 1 Chron. 11:39. 

BS's&L H.1153. Per sanationem Domini — By the healing 
of God; domineering; victory: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 
2: 49. 

BBs"5-de'Jah. H.1152. Per obtectionem Domini— By the 
covering of God; counsel of Jehovah: — an Israelite, Neh. 3: 6. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 53 

Be'sdr. H.1308. Frigidus — Cold; glad news; incarnation: — a 
stream in Palestine, 1 Sam. 30: 9. 

BS'tah. H.984. Fiducia — Confidence; security; refuge: — 
a place in Syria [TIBHATH], 2 Sam. 8:8. 

BS'ten. H.991. Venter— The belly; to be hollow; valley:— 
border city of Asher, Josh. 19:25. 

B8th"-&b'&-r&. G.962. Locus solitvdinis; vel transitus — Place 
of solitude, or, of passage: — a place beyond or at Jordan, 
John 1 : 28. 

B8th"-a'nSth. H.1043. Locus responsionis — The place of 
answering, or replies: — a place in Palestine [BETH-ANOTH], 
Josh. 19:38. 

B8th"-5'n5th. H.1042. Locus responsionis — Place of re- 
sponse, or echo: — a place in Palestine [BETH-ANATH], 
Josh. 15:59. 

B8th'a-ny. G.963. Domus depressionis — House of affliction, 
or of humility; date-house: — a place in Palestine, John 5: 2. 

B8th"-&r'&-bah. H.1066. Locus solitvdinis — Place of soli- 
tude; house of the desert: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15: 61. 

B8th"-&'r&m. H.1027. Domus noctis — House of night; house 
of the height, or mountain-house: — a town of Gad, Josh. 
13:27. 

BBth-Br'bSl. H.1009. Locus splendoris maocimi — The place of 
the greatest brightness; house of God's ambush: — a town 
of Galilee, Hos. 10: 14. 

B8th"-5'v8n. H.1007. Domus vanitatis — House of vanity, 
i. e., naught, or badness: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 7: 2. 

BBth"-&z'm$-v8th. H.1041. Domus potestatis mortis— The 
house of death's power: — a place in Palestine, Neh. 7: 28. 

BBth-b&'U-mS'on. H.1010. Locus kabitaculi Baalis— The 
place of the habitation of Baal: — a place in Palestine [BAAL- 
MEON], Josh. 13:17. 

BBth"-bS'rah. H.1012. Domus filii sui— The house of his 
son; house of the ford: — a place in Palestine^ tad%>1\1k» 



54 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

B8th"-Mr'8-I. H.1011. Domitilium eledi— The abode c 
the chosen one; house of creation: — a place in Palestine 
1 Chron. 4: 31. 

BSth'-car. H.1033. Locus arietta— The place of the ram 
house of pasture: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 7: 11. 

B8th"-da'-g5n. H.1016. Locus valde excellentis piscis — Th< 
place of the most distinguished fish: — name of two places ii 
Palestine, Josh. 15:41. 

B8th' -dib"-l$-tha'im. H.1015. Locus aemmnarum— Plaa 
of troubles; house of two fig-cakes: — place E. of Jordan 
Jer. 48: 22. 



B8th'-el. H.1008. Damns Dei— House of God:— a place ii 
Palestine [BETHUEL], Gen. 12:8. 

BBth'el-Ite. H.1017. One from Bethel:— ffiel the Bethelite 
rebuilt Jericho, 1 Kings 16:34. 

B8th"-S'm8k. H.1025. Domus vallis— House of the valley:— 
a place in Palestine, Josh. 19:27. 

BS'thSr. H.1336. Locus divisionum — Place of divisions; cut 
up into sections: — a craggy place in Palestine, Sol. Song 2: 17. 

BS-thSg'dft. G.964. Domus misericordiae — House of mercy, 
or of kindness: — a pool in Jerusalem, John 5: 2. 

B8th"-5'z8L H.1018. Domus propinquitatis — House of near- 
ness, i. e., fixed dwelling: — a place in Philistia, Mic. 1: 11. 

B8th"-gi'd8r. H.1013. Domus saepti— House of the hedge, 
or wall: — a place in Palestine [GEDERAH], 1 Chron. 2:51. 

B8th"-gS'mttl. H.1014. Domieilium retribvtionis — House of 
reward; house of the weaned: — a place E. of Jordan, Jer. 
48:23. 

B8th"-h&c'g8-r8m. H.1021. Locus vineae— The place of 
the vine; house of the vineyard: — a place in Palestine, 
Jer. 6: 1. 

B8th"-ha'ran. H.1028. Domus valde elatus — A house very 
high: — a place E. of Jordan; see Beth-aram, Num. 32: 36. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 56 

B8th"-h5g'l&. H.1031. Locus perdicis— The place of the 
partridge; partridge-house: — see Beth-hoglah. Josh. 15: 6. 

B8th"-h6g'lah. H.1031. Locus perdicis— The place of the 
partridge: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 18: 19. 

B8th"-h5'r5n. H.1032. Locus cavemae magnae — The place 
of the great cave; house of hollo wness; the house of wrath: — 
name of two places in Palestine, Josh. 10: 10. 

B8th"-j8sh1-m8th. H.1020. Locus desolationum — Place of 
desolations; house of the wastes: — a town E. of Jordan, 
Josh. 12: 3. 

B8th"-j8s'I-m5th. H.1020. Domus desolationum— Bouse of 
the deserts: — see Beth-jeshimoth, Num. 33:49. 

B8th"-18b'fc-5th. H.1034. Locus leaenarum — Place of lion- 
esses:— a town of Simeon [LEBAOTH and BETH-BIREI], 
Josh. 19:6. 

B8th'-18-h8m. H.1035. Locus panis — Place of bread: — a 
place in Palestine, birth-place of David, Josh. 19: 15. 

BBthlB-hBm. G.965. Domus panis — House of bread, or 
flesh: — a place in Palestine, birth-place of Jesus, Matt. 2: 1. 

BBthl8-h8m-Ite. H.1022. One from Bethlehem, 1 Sam. 16:1. 

B8th"-m&'a-chah. H.1038. Domicilium attritionis — House 
of attrition: — a place in Palestine, 2 Sam. 20: 14. 

BBth"-m&r'cS-b0th. H.1024. Locus curruum— The place of 
chariots: — a place in Palestine [MADMANNAH], 1 Chron. 
4:31. 

BBth"-mS'on. H.1010. Domus habitaculi — House of habita- 
tion:— contracted from BETH-BAAL-MEON, Jer. 48: 23. 

B8th"-nlm'rah. H.1039. Locus aguis abandons — A place 
abounding in waters; house of the leopard: — a place E. of 
Jordan [NIMRAH], Josh. 13:27. 

B8th"-p&let. H.1046. Domus effugii — House of escape, or 
flight:— a place in Palestine [BETH-PHELET], Josh. 15: 27. 

Beth"-p&Z / zez. H.1048. Domus dispersionis — House of the 
dispersion: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 19: 21. 



56 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

B8th-p5'or. H.1047. Domus aperturae — House of the open- 
ing: — a place E. of Jordan, Deut. 3:29. 

B8th'ph$-&8. G.967. Locus ficuum — Place of figs; house of 
unripe figs: — a place on Mount of Olives, Matt. 21: 1. 

B8th"-phe'let. H.1046. Locus effugii — Place of escape, or 
flight:— a place in Palestine [BETH-PALET], Neh. 11:26. 

B8th"-rS'ph(. H.1051. Domus valetudinis — House of health; 
house of the giant: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 4: 12. 

Beth"-r8Tl5b. H.1050. Locus Utiitudinis — Place of room; 
house of the street: — a place in Palestine, 2 Sam. 10: 6. 

BSth-S&l-dft. G.966. Locus piscationis — Place of fishing; 
fishing-house; place of fruit: — place in Palestine, Mark 6: 45. 

BSth'-sh&n. H.1052. Domus tranquiUitatis — House of peace, or 
ease:— a place in Palestine [BETH-SHEAN], 1 Sam. 31: 10. 

B8th"-shS'&n. H.1052. Locus pacts — Place of peace, or 
quiet:— a place in Palestine [BETH-SHAN], Josh. 17: 11. 

B8th"-shS'm8sh. H.1053. Domus solis — House of the sun: — 
a place in Palestine [IR-SHEMESH], Jer. 43: 13. 

B8th"-shS'mIte. H.1030. One from Beth-shemesh, 1 Sam. 
6:14. 

Beth"-8hlt'tah. H.1029. Locus acaciae — Place of acacia: — 
a place in Palestine, Judg. 7: 22. 

B8th"-t&p'pu-ah. H.1054. Locus mali— Place of the apple, 
or citron-tree: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15:53. 

BSth-u'el. H.1328. Locus dedicatus Deo — A place conse- 
crated to God; abode of God: — son of Nahor [BETHUL], 
Gen. 22:22. 

BS'thfil. H.1329. Separatio — Separation; abode of God: — a 
place in Palestine [BETHUEL], Josh. 19:4. 

BSth'-ztir. H.1049. Domus scud — House of the rock: — a place 
in Palestine, Josh. 15:58. 

B8t'6-nim. H.993. Pistacia terebinthi — Pistachio nuts; hol- 
lows; bellies:— -a town of Gad, Josh, !%'.%. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 57 

BeQlah. H. 1 166. Nupta — Married ; inhabited : — a word used 
metaphorically, Isa. 62:4. 

BS'zai. H.1209. Festinatione Dei — By the speed of God; con- 
queror: — the name of two Israelites, Neh. 7: 23. 

B6-zftl'8-el. H.1212. In umbra Dei— Under the shade of 
God, i. e., under his protection: — name of two Israelites, 
Exod. 31:2. 

B5'zek. H.966. Fvlgur — lightning; in chains: — a place in 
Palestine [ADONI-BEZEK], Judg. 1:4. 

BS'zSr. H.1221. Munimenium — Protection; stronghold; an 
inaccessible spot : — name of a place and a person, Deut. 4: 43. 

BIch'rI. H.1075. Primogenitus — First-born; first-fruits; youth- 
ful: — an Israelite, 2 Sam. 20: 1. 

BldlcBr. H.920. Quaesitio diligentissima— Most diligent 
search; stabber; assassin: — an Israelite, 2 Kings 9:25. 

Blg'thft. H.903. Magnus — Great; given by fortune: — a 
eunuch of Ahasuerus [ABAGTHA], Esth. 1 : 10. 

Blg'th&n. H.904. Magnus — Great; garden: — a chamberlain 
in the court of Ahasuerus [BIGTHA], Esth. 2: 21. 

Blg'than-ft. H.904. Magnus — Great; gardener: — conspirator 
against life of Ahasuerus [BIGTHA], Esth. 6: 2. 

Blg'vfe-I. H.902. Cum exsultatione — With exultation; happy; 
husbandman: — an Israelite, Ezra 2: 2. 

BITd&d. H.1085. Separatissimus — Most separated; son of 
contention: — the second of Job's three friends; called the 
Shuhite, Job 2: 11. 

BIT8-&m. H.1109. Absorptio — Absorption; devouring; for- 
eigner: — a town of Manasseh [BALAAM and IBLEAM], 
1 Chron. 6:70. 

Bll'gah. H.1083. Recreatio — Recreation; cheerfulness; de- 
sistance: — name of two Israelites [BILGAI], Neh. 12: 5. 

BITg*-L H.1084. Recreatio Domini— T^ &&sg& A ^afc\ 
dmstant:— a priest [BILGAH], Nek Ufcft. 



58 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 



BQliah. H. 1090. Terror — Terror ; alarm ; timid : — a concuh 
of Jacob [BAALAH and BALAH], Gen. 29:29. 

• 

Bflll&n. H.1092. Perturbatio magna — Great trouble; timid 
name of an Edomite and of an Israelite, Gen. 36: 27. 

BH'sh&n. H.1114. Quaesitio cupida — Earnest desire; son 
the tongue, i. e., eloquent: — an Israelite, Ezra 2: 2. 

BIm'h&l. H.1118. In guide — In peace; circumcised:— 
Asherite, son of Japhlet, 1 Chron. 7:33. 

BIn'§-a. H.1150. Fons. A fountain; a gushing forth; son 
the Lord: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 8:37. 

Bin'ni)-L H.1131. Aedifieans — Building; built up: — name 

five Israelites [BANI], Ezra 10: 30. 

Bir'shft. H.1306. Vir crassus et longus — A man fat and ti 
with wickedness: — a king of Gomorrah, Gen. 14: 2. 

Bir'z^-vith. H.1269. Selectio olearum — Selection of oliv 
to separate; to purge: — name of an Asherite, 1 Chw 
7:31. 

Blsh'lftm. H.1312. In pace — In peace; born in time of tw 
quillity; son of peace: — a Persian magistrate, Ezra 4: 7. 

BIth'I-ah. H.1332. Filia Domini — Daughter of the Loi 
worshiper of Jah:— daughter of Pharaoh [ASENAT1 

1 Chron. 4: 18. 

BIth'rdn. H.1338. Dissectio magna — Great separation; 
craggy spot or valley: — a place E. of Jordan [BETHE] 

2 Sam. 2:29. 

Bt-th$n'I-&. G.978. Venter; internus — Belly; internal :- 
region of Asia Minor, Acts 16: 7. 

BIz-jdth'jah. H.964. Contemptus Domini — Contempt of t 
Lord: — a town of south Judah, Josh. 15:28. 

Blz'tfaft. H.968. Magnus — Great; despite: — a eunuch 
King Ahasuerus, Esth. 1 : 10. 

Bl&s'tus. G.986. Germen; propago — Bud; to germinate; c 
spring:— an officer of Herod Agrippa, ka\& Yfc/ift, 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 59 

B5"£n-8r'g68. G.993. Filii tonitrui—Som of thunder, or 
commotion: — a name applied to James and John, Mark 3: 17. 

B5'&Z. H.1162. In illo robur est — In him is strength; alacrity; 
fleetness:— husband of Ruth [BOOZ], Ruth 2: 1. 

BOch'e-nj. H.1074. Primogenitus est — He is first-born: — an 
Israelite, son of Azel, 1 Chron. 8: 38. 

Bd'chim. H.1066. Flentium — Of those weeping; weepers: — 
a place in Palestine, Judg. 2: 1. 

B51l&n. H.932. Pollex— The thumb: — a Reubenite, Josh. 
15:6. 

B5'5z. G.1003. In illo robur — Strength in him: — name men- 
tioned in the genealogy of Jesus [BOAZ], Matt. 1:5. 

BSs'c&th. H.1218. Tumor — Swelling; bombast; loftiness; 
stony region: — inaccurate form of Bozkath, 2 Kings 22:1. 

Bd'sfir. G.1007. Absumptio — Taking away: — Greek form of 
Beor, 2 Pet. 2: 15. 

B5'z8z. H.949. AMmnsr— Shining; glittering; white: — a rock 
near Michmash, 1 Sam. 14:4. 

BOz'k&th. H.1218. Tumor— Swelling; a swell of ground; 
stony region: — place in Palestine [BOSCATH], Josh. 
15:39. 

Bfiz'rah. H.1224. Munimentum — Fortification; stronghold; 
sheepfold: — a place in Edom, Gen. 36:33. 

BtikTd. H.1231. Exhaustio — Exhaustion; wasteful: — the 
name of two Israelites [BUKKIAH], Num. 34:22. 

Bfik-kfah. H.1232. Dissipaiio Domini — The wasting of 
God: — a temple musician [BUKKI], 1 Chron. 25: 13. 

Bttl. H.945. Mvtans — Changing; change produced by rain: — 
eighth Hebrew month of the sacred year, 1 Kings 6: 38. 

Bfl'nah. H.946. Aedificans — Building; understanding; dis- 
cretion: — son of Jerameel, 1 Chron. 2: 25. 

Bttn'ni. H.1138. Aedificans me— B\ril&s\& xckfc wv^^*^ - 
name of three Israelites, Neh. 9 : 4. 



60 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Btlz. H.938. Contemptus — Despised; plundered; contempt :- 
name of a son of Nahor and of an Israelite, Gen. 22: 21. 

BQ'zI. H.941. Contemptus mens — My contempt; to die 
respect: — father of Ezekiel the prophet, Ezek. 1:3. 

Bttz'Ite. H.940. Descendant of Buz [BARACHEL], Job 32: 5 

C&b'bon. H.3522. Intelligens — Understanding; to heap up 
cake: — town in lowlands of Judah, Josh. 15:40. 

C&'bill. H.3521. In pignus acceptus — Received as a pledge 
limit; border; displeasing: — name of two places in Palestine 
Josh. 19: 27. 

Qae'gar. G.2541. Caesariatus; Caesia — Hairy; cutting:— 
title of the Roman emperor of Judea, John 19: 12. 

Qaes"ft-r5'ft. G.2542. Caesarea— Hairy; cutting:— a citj 
named in honor of Augustus Caesar, Acts 8: 40. 

Qaes"*-rS'ft Phl-Up'pi. G.2542, G.5375. Caesarea Philippi- 
Caesarea of Philip: — town built at the base of the E. ridge 
.of Mount Hermon, Matt. 16: 13. 

CS'ia-ph&S. G.2533. Depression humiliatio; Petens diligerh 
ter — Depression; humiliation; seeking diligently: — high priest 
of the Jews, Matt. 26: 3. 

CSin. H.7014. Acquisitio — Acquisition; possession; fixity:— 
name of first child of Adam and Eve, Gen. 4: 1. 

CSin. G.2535. Possessio — Possession; what is gotten; spear 
or lance: — son of Adam, 1 John 3: 12. 

Ca-rnan. H.7018. Possessor — A possessor; fixed: — the son 
of Enos [KENAN], Gen. 5:9. 

CS-I'nan. G.2536. Possessio ampla — Ample possession; 
fixed: — the son of Enos, in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 36. 

CS'lah. H.3625. Senedus — Old age; maturity; favorable; 
completion: — place in Assyria [HALAH], Gen. 10: 12. 

Cfil'cdl. H.3633. Nutriens — Nourishing; sustenance; con- 
suming all things: — an Israelite tCHALCOL], 1 Chron. 
2:6. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 61 

CS'leb. H.3612. Firmiter ligatus — Firmly bound; dog; deter- 
mination: — the name of three Israelites, Num. 13: 6. 

tCSleb-Sph'rft-tfth. H.3613. Firmiter ligatus; fecundita*— 
Firmly bound; fruitfulness: — name of place where Hezron 
died, 1 Chron. 2: 24. 

C&Tneh. H.3641. Munimentum recessus — Defense of con- 
cealment: — a place in the Assyrian empire [CALNO], Gen. 
10: 10. 

: CU'n5. H.3641. Clausura habitaadi — Inclosure of a dwell- 
ing; fort of the Babylonish god Ana: — [CALNEH], Isa. 10: 9. 

Cfil'vft-ry. G.2898. Calvariae locus — Place of a skull; a bare 
skull: — place of the crucifixion of Jesus [GOLGOTHA], 
Luke 23: 33. 

CS'mSn. H.7056. Subsistentia firma — Firm subsistence; an 
elevation: — place where Jair was buried, Judg. 10: 5. 

CS'llft. G.2580. Carina; arundo — Cana; reed; zeal; posses- 
sion: — scene of Jesus' first miracle, John 2: 1. 

CS'n&an. H.3667. Humiliatio maxima — The greatest abase- 
ment; subjection; humiliated: — fourth son of Ham, Gen. 10: 6. 

CS'n&an. G.5478. Humiliatio maxima — The greatest abase- 
ment; humiliation; to be low: — the early name of Palestine, 
Matt. 15:22. 

CS > nSan-Ite. G.2581. De gente Zebtarum—Oi the people of 
zealots; zealous: — an epithet applied to the Apostle Simon, 
Matt. 10:4. 

CS'n&an-It68. H.3669. Name applied to the non- 
Israelite inhabitants, who were given to commerce, Gen. 
24:3. 

Cftn'da-$S. G.2582. Servorum princeps — Prince, or ruler, of 
servants: — a queen of Ethiopia, Acts 8: 27. 

Cftn'neh. H.3656. Clausura habitaculi — Inclosure of an habi- 
tation: — a place in Assyria, Ezek. 27: 23. 



Gft-pir'nft-tim. G.2584. t/rbs ccmsolaticmte-^^ <& «ssp 
fort:— town on N. W. shore of the Sea, oi QftSa»fc*^»&k- *\>a>- 



62 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

C&ph'th5-rlm. H.3732. Hebrew plural of Caphtor:— 
native of Caphtor [CAPHTORIM], 1 Chron. 1: 12. 

C&ph'tdr. H.3731. Quaerem — Seeking and inquiring; 
wreath or crown; hollow goblet: — primitive seat of th 
Philistines, Jer. 47:4. 

C&ph'td-rlm. H.3732. Hebrew plural of Caphtor:— 
people descended from Mizraim, Gen. 10: 14. 

C&ph'td-rims. H.3732. An English form of Caphtorio 
[CAPHTOR], Deut. 2: 23. 

C&p"p$-d5'$I-ft. G.2587. Abscissio; disterminatio — Cutting 
off; determination: — a region of Asia Minor, Acts 2: 9. 

Car'cas. H.3752. Aquila — An eagle; covering of a lamb 
severe: — a eunuch of Ahasuerus, Esth. 1: 10. 

Car'chS-mlsh. H.3751. Munimentum recessus — The defense 
of concealment: — a city on the Euphrates [CHARCHE 
MISH], 2 Chron. 35:20. 

Ca-re'ah. H.7143. Calvus— Bald; bare; ice:— father oi 
Johanan [KAREAH], 2 Kings 25:23. 

Car'mel. H.3760. Arvum viride — A green field; vineyard; 
fruitful: — name of a hill and a town in Palestine, Josh. 15: 55. 

Car'mel-Ite. H.3761. A native of Carmel, 1 Sam. 30: 5. 

Car"mel-i'tess. H.3762. A woman of Carmel; used only 
of Abigail, David's wife, 1 Sam. 27 : 3. 

Car'mi. H.3756. Natus ex patre — Sprung from his father; 
gardener; vine-dresser: — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 
4:1. 

Car'mites. H.3757. A family of Reuben, descended from 
Carmi, Num. 26 : 6. 

Car'pus. G.2591. Fructus — Fruit: — a Christian at Troas, 
with whom Paul left a cloak, 2 Tim. 4: 13. 

Car-she'n$. H.3771. Lucidus — Shining; slender man; dis- 
tinguished: — one of the seven princes of Persia and Media, 
Esth. 1: 14. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 63 

Ca-sIph'I-fc. H.3703. Avaritia — Covetousness ; in silver: — 
the white mountainous Caucasian region, Ezra 8: 13. 

C&S-lullIm. H.3695. Spes vitae — Hopes of life; pardoned: — 
son of Mizraim; a Mizrite people, Gen. 10: 14. 

C&s'tdr. G.1359. Separatio — Separation; beaver: — Castor 
and Pollux, sons of Jupiter of heathen mythology [POLLUX], 
Acts 28: 11. 

08'dr5n. G.2748. Valde tenebrosus — Very dark; gloomy: — a 
brook near Jerusalem [KIDRON], John 18: 1. 

Q8n'chr8-ft. G.2747. Milium — Millet; small pulse: — a port 
of Corinth, Acts 18: 18. 

CS'phas. G.2786. Saxum — Rock; or stone: — a surname of 
Peter, John 1 : 42. 

Ch&Tcdl. H.3633. Superior fia—I am made superior: — son 
of Mahol [CALCOL], 1 Kings 4:31. 

Ch&l-dae'&ng. G.5466. Native of the region of lower 
Euphrates, Acts 7 : 4. 

GhXl-d5'ft. H.3778. Augmenta — Increasings; occultism; an 
astrologer: — country adjacent to the Euphrates and Tigris 
Rivers, Jer. 60: 10. 

Ch&l-dS'&n. H.3779. An inhabitant of Chaldea; a magician 
or professional astrologer, Dan. 1: 4. 

Ghtt'deeg. H.3778. Inhabitants of Chaldea, 2 Kings 25: 26. 

Ch&'n&an. G.5477. Humiliatus — Humiliated: — the early 
name of Palestine [CANAAN], Acts 7: 11. 

Ch&r / &-shIm. H.2798. Magorum — Of the magicians; crafts- 
men: — a place founded by Joab, 1 Chron. 4: 14. 

Chir'chfi-mlsh. H.3751. Munimentum recessus — The de- 
fense of concealment: — fortified city on the E. side of the 
Euphrates [CARCHEMISH], 2 Chron. 35: 20. 

Ch&r'r&n. G.5488. Valde adustus— Very rosuta&t *». fcxrr- 
a place in Mesopotamia IHARAK\, kcXa T \*i. 



64 DICTIONAKY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Che'bar. H.3529. Copia — Abundance; length; strength 
power: — a river of Mesopotamia [HABOR], Ezek. 1:1. 

Ch6d"6r-la'Q-m8r. H.3540. Manipulus— Handful; handfu 
of sheaves: — an early Persian king, Gen. 14: 1. 

ChS'l&L H.3636. Ornamentum perfectum — Perfect orna 
ment; complete; perfection: — an Israelite, Ezra 10: 30. 

ChSll^h. H.3622. Exspectatio Domini — The expectation, oi 
hope, of God; all; completed: — an Israelite, Ezra 10:35. 

Che'l&b. H.3620. CoUigatio — Binding; trap-cage; basket:— 
brother of Shuah and father of Mehir, 1 Chron. 4: 11. 

Ch8-lQ / bSL H.3621. CoUigatio— Binding; the bold; the 
valiant: — son of Hezron [CALEB], 1 Chron. 2:9. 

ChSm'^-rims. H.3649. Nigror — Blackness; sadness; mourn- 
ing; an ascetic: — idolatrous priests, Zeph. 1:4. 

Che'mosh. H.3645. Cum celeritate — With quickness; subduer; 
vanquisher: — the god of the Moabites, Num. 21: 29. 

Ch8-na'&-nah. H.3668. Perfractus — Broken in pieces; hu- 
miliation: — the name of two Israelites [CANAAN], 1 Chron. 
7:10. 

ChSn'fc-ni. H.3662. Stabilivit— He has established; planted:— 
a Levite [CHENANIAH], Neh. 9: 4. 

Ch8n"&-nTah. H.3663. Stabilivit Dominu*-<lod has es- 
tablished, or planted: — a Levite [CHENANI], 1 Chron. 
15:22. 

Che'phfr-ha-&m'mQ-nSi. H.3726. Pagus Ammonitarum-- 
Village of the Ammonites: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 
18:24. 



Chfi-phTrah. H.3716. Pagus— A village, or hamlet: 
Gibeonite city allotted Benjamin, Josh. 9: 17. 

Che'r&n. H.3763. Aries magnus — A great ram; lyre: — son of 
Dishon the Horite, Gen. 36: 26. 

Ch8r'8th-Ims. H.3774. Qui conterit—Who tears or exter- 
zninates:—the life-guards of King David, YiifcY. TJb-A^. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 65 

Ch8r / 8th-it68. H.3774. Qui concidU— Who cuts; execu- 
tioner: — a portion of David's body-guard, always mentioned 
with the Pelethites, 2 Sam. 8: 18. 

Che'rith. H.3747. Concidens — Cutting; piercing; slaying: — 
a brook of Palestine, where Elijah hid himself from Ahab, 
1 Kings 17:3. 

Che'rub. H.3743. SirrnUs majestati — Like to majesty; a 
keeper; warder; guard: — a place in Babylonia, Ezra 2: 59. 

ChSs'S-lfin. H.3693. Fiducia firma — Sure confidence; hope; 
fertile: — a landmark of Judah, Josh. 15: 10. 

Che'sBd. H.3777. Augmentum — Increase: — fourth son of 
Nahor [CHALDEA], Gen. 22: 22. 

ChS'sIL R3686. Spe*— Hope; fe rtile; foo lishness:— a town 
in the extreme S. of Palestine [BETHUL], Josh. 15:30. 

Ch6-S&Hdth. H.3694. Compassio — Compassion; fattened; 
literally, the loins:— a town of Issachar [CHISLOTH- 
TABOR], Josh. 19: 18. 

ChS / zIb. H.3580. Mendacium — Lying; false; deceit: — town 
in lowlands of Judah; birthplace of Shelah [ACHZIB], 
Gen. 38:5. 

Chl'ddn. H.3592. Infortunium magnum — Great misfortune; 
a dart; javelin: — place where Uzza touched the Ark and 
died [NACHON], 1 Chron. 13:9. 

ChlTe-Sb. H.3609. Exspedatio patris—A father's hope; 
restraint of his father: — a son of David, 2 Sam. 3:3. 

Chfll-Sn. H.3630. Exspedatio anxia — Anxious expectation; 
pining: — son of Elimelech and Naomi, Ruth 1:2. 

Chfl'm&d. H.3638. Saeptum — Hedge; fence; inclosure, i. e., 
defense: — a town or district in Media, Ezek. 27: 23. 

ChlmTiam. H.3643. Desiderium magnum — Great desire; 
longing; pining: — probably a son of Barzillai, 2 Sam. 19: 40. 

Chln'ns-rSth. H.3672. Cithara — A harp; harp-shaped: — 
inland sea known as Lake Gennesareth, Dev&. %\Yl. 



66 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Chln'ng-rdth. H.3672. Citharaer— Harps; lyres: — a city < 
or near the coast of Sea of Galilee [CINNEROTH], Jos 
11:2. 

Chi'os. G.5508. Serpens — A serpent; open: — an island in tl 
Mediterranean, Acts 20: 15. 

Chis'lfiQ. H.3691. Temeritas — Rashness; confidence:— tl 
ninth month of the Jewish sacred year, Zech. 7:1. 

Chls'lon. H.3692. Spes firma — Sure hope; confidence :- 
father of Elidad, a prince of Benjamin, Num. 34. 21. 

Chls'16th-ta'bdr. H.3696. Munimenta Taboris— The d 
fenses of Tabor; loins or flanks of Tabor: — place in Palestii 
[CHESULLOTH and TABOR], Josh. 19: 12. 

Chlt'tim. H.3794. Contusiones — Bruises; to afflict: — Greel 
or Romans on shores opposite Palestine [HITTITES 
Num. 24:24. 

Chi'fin. H.3594. Simvlacrum — Statue; image: — an Israelii 
idol; [REMPHAN], Amos 5: 26. 

Chl5'$. G.5514. Herba virens — Green herb; verdant:— 
Christian woman of Corinth, 1 Cor. 1: 11. 

Chdr-S'shan. H.3565. Fornax fumans*— Smoking furnace; t 
be hot; anger: — town in the territory of Simeon [ASHAN 
1 Sam. 30:30. 

Chd-rS'zin. G.5523. Locus proclamarUium — Place of thoe 
proclaiming; woody places: — a place in Palestine, Matl 
11:21. 

Ch6'z§-ba. H.3578. Fallax — Deceitful; fallacious: — descend 
ants of Shelah the son of Judah [CHEZIB and ACHZIB 
1 Chron. 4:22. 

Christ. G.5647. Unetus — Anointed; consecrated; the soi 
of the living God:— a title of Jesus [MESSIAH], Matt. 16: M 

Chris 'tians. G.5546. Uncti — Anointed ones: — followers o 
Jesus the Christ, Acts 11:26. 

Ghfib, H.3552. Paliurus — A sort of thorn: — allies of Egyp 
in the time of NebuchadnezzaT, Eroe&L. 3b\^. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 6T 

Chttn. H.3560. Stabilitas— Stability; to stand upright: — a 
city of Hadadezer [BEROTHAH], 1 Chron. 18: 8. 

ChQ'shanr-rish'Vtha'im. H.3573. Terror magnus— Great 
fear; commotions; troubles; Cushan of double wickedness: — 
a Mesopotamian king, Judg. 3: 8. 

Chfi'Zft. G.5529. Po8sessio — Possession; seer or prophet: — 
steward of Herod Antipas, Luke 8: 3. 

QMTsia. G.2791. Lapis — A stone; which rolls or over- 
turns: — a province of Asia Minor, Acts 6: 9. 

£In'n$-r8th. H.3672. Citharae— Harps; lyres:— a place in 
Palestine [CHINNEROTH], 1 Kings 15:20. 

Pis. G.2797. Aucupium Dei — Hunting of God; bow: — an 
Israelite [KISH], Acts 13:21. 

Clau'd$. G.2802. Fradio aquae — Breaking of water; lament- 
able voice: — an island near Crete, Acts 27: 16. 

Cl$u'dl-a. G.2803. Claudus — Lame: — a Christian woman, 
friend of Paul and Timothy [CLAUDIUS], 2 Tim. 4: 21. 

Cl&u'dl-US. G.2804. Claudus — Lame; celebrated: — the name 
of two Romans [CLAUDIA], Acts 18: 2. 

CISm'ent. G.2815. Clemens — Mild ; gentle ; good ; merciful : — 
a coworker with Paul, Phil. 4:3. 

ClS'Q-pas. G.2810. Gloria tota— Whole glory; glory of his 
father: — a disciple to whom Jesus appeared [ALPHAEUS], 
Luke 24: 18. 

Cli'Q-phas. G.2832. Gloria patris— Glory of his father; 
whole glory: — husband of Mary [ALPHAEUS], John 
19:26. 



Cni'dllS. G.2834. Alligavit — He bound; age: — a place in 
Asia Minor, Acts 27: 7. 

C51-h5'zeh. H.3626. Omnia videt—Ee sees all things; all- 
seeing: — a man of the tribe of Judah, Neh. 3: 15. 

C6-15s's$. G.2857. Ereptio; emsio — Violent taking away; 
evasion; punishment: — place in Asia Misuse, CA.V/L. 



68 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Cdn"*-zu'ah* H.3562. Constituit Dominus— The Lord hai 
set up:— a Levite [CONONIAH], 2 Chron. 35: 9. 

C5-ni'ah. H.3659. Stabilivit Dominus — The Lord has estab 
lished: — contracted from Jeconiah, Jer. 22:24. 

C5n"5-ni'ah. H.3562. Constituit Dominus— The Lord hat 
appointed: — treasurer of tithes [CONANIAH], 2 Chron 
31:12. 

C5'5s. G.2972. Ovis — Sheep; summit: — an island in th< 
Mediterranean, Acts 21: 1. 

Cdr'ban. G.2878. Donum — A gift; offering: — an offering tc 

God in fulfillment of a vow, Mark 7: 11. 

• 

C5'r$. G.2879. Calvus — Bald ; bare ; thin ; frozen : — an Israelite 
[KORAH], Jude 11. 

Cdr'inth. G.2882. Comu; vertex montis — Horn; top of a 
mountain; ornament: — a city of Greece, Acts 18: 1. 

Cdr-in'thl-ang. G.2881. Comu; vertex montis— Horn; top 
of a mountain; ornament: — an inhabitant of Corinth, 
Acts 18: 8. 

Cdr-ne'Uus. G.2883. Comu— Horn; hard as a horn:— a 
Roman centurion and first Gentile convert, Acts 10: 1. 

C5'sam. G.2973. Aucupium largissimum — Abundant hunt- 
ing; diviner: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, 
Luke 3: 28. 

C6z. H.6976. Spina — Thorn; a troublesome enemy; to vex; 
to loathe: — father of Anub [KOZ], 1 Chron. 4:8. 

C5zl)i. H.3579. Mendacium — Lying; false: — a Midianite 
woman slain with Zimri by Phinehas, Num. 25: 15. 

Cr8s'$eng. G.2913. Crescens — Growing; increasing: — an as- 
sistant of Saint Paul, 2 Tim. 4: 10. 

Crete. G.2914. Abscissa — Cut off; carnal; given to the 
flesh: — an island in the Mediterranean, Acts 27: 7. 

Cr&tes. G.2912. Abscissa — Cut off*, carnal; given to the 
flesh: — inhabitants of Crete, Acia2-.\\. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 69 

i'tians. G.2912. Abscissa — Cut off; carnal; given to the 
flesh: — inhabitants of Crete, Titus 1: 12. 

Crls'pus. G.2921. Crispus — Curled; crisp: — chief ruler of 
the synagogue at Corinth, Acts 18:8. 

dish. H.3568. Terror— Fright; black: — oldest son of Ham 
[ETHIOPIA], Gen. 10:6. 

Cu'shan. H.3572. Timor magnus — Great fear; blackness: — 
a region of Arabia [CHUSHAN-RISHATHAIM], Hab. 3: 7. 

Cu'shi. H.3569. Terror Dei— The fear of God:— name of 
three persons [ETHIOPIA], Zeph. 1: 1. 

Cttth. H.3575. Terror — Fear; burning: — a province of 
Assyria [CUTHAH], 2 Kings 17:30. 

C&'thah. H.3575. Terror — Fear; burning; treasure-house: — 
a province of Assyria [CUTH], 2 Kings 17: 24. 

Cy'prus. G.2954. Pulcher — Fair; fairness: — an island in the 
Mediterranean, Acts 11:19. 

Qy"re'n$. G.2957. Murus; frigus — A wall; coldness: — a 
region of Africa, Acts 2: 10. 

Qy"r5'nl-&n. G.2956. Cyrenianus — Belonging to Cyrene, 
Matt. 27:32. 

Qy-rS'nl-US. G.2958. Qui regnai — Who reigns; spearman; 
warrior: — Roman governor of Syria, Luke 2:2. 

Qy'rus. H.3566. Sol — The sun; light; spiritual sense: — a hero 
of Persian history, Isa. 45: 1. 

DXb'ft-reh. H.1705. Dictio — The saying, or word: — a place 
in Palestine [DABERATH], Josh. 21:28. 

D&b'b&-sh8th. H.1708. Cameli gibbus — Camel's hump; a 
sticky mass; flowing with honey: — place in Palestine, Josh. 
19: 11. 

DSb'e-r&th. H.1705. Ductus — Led; submissive; obedient; a 
bee:— place in Palestine [DABAREH], Josh. 19: 12. 

Dft'gSn. H.1712. Piscis excellent — kn exc^eo^ %s8a\ *«^- 
god:—a Philistine deity [BETH-DKGOTSV ^ Obwdu \sy^ 



70 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

DU"ft-rah. H.1806. Pauperes Domini— The poor of the 
Lord; Jah has delivered: — name of five Israelites [DEL- 
AIAH], IChron. 3:24. 

DU"m&-nQ-thft. G.1148. Viduitas— Widowhood; bereave- 
ment; exhausting leanness: — place in Palestine, Mark 8: 10. 

Dfil-ma'tI-&. G.1149. Lucemae vanae — Deceitful lamps; 
vain splendor: — a province of Illyricum, 2 Tim. 4: 10. 

Dfil'phon. H.1813. Strenuus — Earnest; swift; dripping: — a 
son of Hainan, Esth. 9: 7. 

D&m'$-ris. G. 1 152. Uxorcula; coniuncta — Little wife ; joined; 
gentle; a heifer: — an Athenian woman, Acts 17:34. 

D&m-ft-sgeneg'. G.1153. Sommopere rubra — Very red: — in- 
habitants of Damascus, 2 Cor. 11:32. 

Da-mfis'cus. H.1834. Ruber fuit—He was red; alertness; 
similitude of burning: — city of Syria, (Jen. 14: 15. 

Da-mSs'cus. G.1154. Summopere rubra — Very red; bloody 
sack: — scene of Paul's conversion, Acts 9:2. 

D&n. H.1835. Iudicavit — He judged; human judgment:— 
name of a son of Jacob; also of the tribe descended from 
him, its territory; also of a place in Palestine, Gen. 30: 6. 

D&n'Jel. H.1840. Iudicavit Dens — God judged; divine judg- 
ment: — name of two Israelites, Dan. 1: 8. 

D&n'iel. G.1158. Index Deus est — God is judge; divine judg- 
ment: — fourth of the great prophets, Matt. 24: 15. 

D&n'ites. H.1839. Members of the tribe of Dan, Judg. 13: 2. 

D&n-ja'ap. H.1842. Indicium; exaudit — Judgment; he heard; 
judge of purpose: — a place in Palestine, 2 Sam. 24: 6. 

D&n'nah. H.1837. Depressio terrae — Sinking of the earth; 
low ground: — a city of Judah, Josh. 15:49. 

DS'rft. H.1873. Scwtt — He knew; generation; race of shep- 
herds: — a son of Zera, [DARDA], 1 Chron. 2: 6. 

D8r'd#. H.1862. Sapientissima — Most wise; pearl of knowl- 
edge; bearer:— eon of Maho\, \P^RM> "V T&xs^ VA\ % 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 71 

Dft-rTllS. H.1867. Coercitor — He who enforces and inquires; 
coercer; conservator: — the name of several kings of Media 
and Persia, Ezra 4: 5. 

D&r'kon. H.1874. Festinatio magna — Great haste; scatterer; 
bearer: — one of "Solomon's servants/' Ezra 2:56. 

D&'than. H.1885. Meta — A goal; pillar; rites; laws; of a 
fountain: — a Reubenite chieftain, son of Eliab, Num. 16: 1. 

DS'vId. H.1732. Diledus — Beloved; loving; dear: — youngest 
son of Jesse, 1 Sam. 16: 19. 

D&'vld. G.1138. Diledus — Beloved; loving; dear: — name 
mentioned in the genealogy of Jesus, Matt. 1 : 6. 

D9l)Ir. H.1688. Separatio — Separation; inner sanctuary; 
oracle: — name of an Amoritish king and of two places in 
Palestine, Josh. 10: 3. 

DBb'Q-r&h. H.1683. Apis — A bee, in the sense of orderly 
motion: — the name of two Hebrewesses, Gen. 35: 8. 

Dt-C&p'S-lb. G.1179. Decern urbes — Ten cities; region of 
ten cities: — a district in Assyria, Matt. 4: 25. 

DS'd&n. H.1719. Progressus — Progress; increase; low coun- 
try: — the name of two Cushites, Gen. 10: 7. 

DSd'fr-nlm. H.1720. Hebrew plural of "Dedan":— de- 
scendants of Dedan, Isa. 21: 13. 

D6-h&'vIt68. H.1723. A people colonized in Samaria, 
Ezra 4: 9. 

DS'k&r. H.1857. Ramus — A branch; force; a thrusting 
through: — an Israelite, 1 Kings 4: 9. 

Dtt"ft-I'*h* H.1806. Evexit Dominus — God raised up; Jah 
has delivered: — name of four Israelites [DALAIAH], Jer. 
36:12. 

Dt-lllah. H.1802. Tenuis — Thin; gentle; tender; languish- 
ing: — a Philistine woman, Judg. 16:4. 

D9'm&8. G.1214. Populi rector — Ruler or governor of the 
people; popular:— a friend of Paul at Bams \P^K^N£^> 
Col 4:14. 



72 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 



D8-m5'trI-U8. G.1216. Cerealis— Belonging to Ceres; the 
mother of the people; the goddess of corn: — a silversmith at 
Ephesus, Acts 19 : 24. 

D8r1>$. G.1191. Iuniperus; spinosus — Juniper; prickly; a 
sting: — a town in Lycaonia, Acts 14: 6. 



Detl'eL H.1845. ScientiaDei — Knowledge of God; invocation 
of God:— father of Eliasaph [REUEL], Num. 1: 14. 

DSvU. G.1228. Calumniator — Slander; traducer; accuser; 
adversary: — the Hebrew Satan, Matt. 4: 1. 

Dl-&n'$. G.735. Magna mater — A great mother; luminous; 
perfect; just now; prompt; this day: — a Roman divinity 
[ARTEMIS], Acts 19: 27. 

DIbl$-Im. H.1691. Pressio; angustia — Pressure; straitness; 
two cakes: — mother of Hosea's wife Gomer, Hos. 1:3. 

DIbiath. H.1689. Versus Diblam— Opposite Diblath; fruit- 
ful; fertile: — a place in Syria [RIBLAH], Ezek. 6: 14. 

Dff>Sn. H.1769. Quies secura — Secure rest; river-place; a 
pining; wasting: — name of a place in Palestine [DIBON- 
GAD and DIMON], Num. 21:30. 

Dff>Sn-g&d. H.1769. Quies secura; turma — Secure rest; 
troop; wasting of Gad: — a halting place of the Israelites 
[DIBON], Num. 33:45. 

DIb'rL H.1704. Dictio—A word; my saying; eloquent; Jah 
distributes promise: — an Israelite, Lev. 24: 11. 



DId'y-mfis. G.1324. Geminus — A twin; double: — a surname 
of the apostle Thomas, John 20: 24. 

Dlklah. H.1853. Palma — A palm tree; his diminishing:— 
a son of Joktan, Gen. 10: 27. 

DIl'8-an. H.1810. Cucurbita — Species of the gourd; cucum- 
ber; that is poor: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15:38. 



Dim 'nail, H.1829. Stercus — Dung; dung-heap: — a Levitical 
town of Zebulun, Josh. 21 : 35, 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 73 



Di'mon. H.1775. Quies — Rest; where it is red; bloody: 
stream of Moab [DIBON], Isa. 15: 9. 

Dt-mS'nah. H.1776. Quies— Rest:— a city in the S. of 
Judah [DIBON and DIMON], Josh. 15: 22. 

Di'nah. H.1783. Indicium — Judgment; justice; avenged: — 
first daughter of Jacob and Leah [DAN], Gen. 30: 21. 

Dl'nft-ItoS. H.1784. Indicium — Judgment; a cause: — an un- 
known people of Assyrian Empire, Ezra 4: 9. 

DInllS-bah. H.1838. Oleum pinguedinempraebens — Furnishing 
oily fatness; concealment: — an Edomitish town, Gen.36: 32. 

Dl"5-njte'ius. G.1354. Ex cado; vd inspiraiio divina — From 
heaven, or divine inspiration; divinely touched: — an Athen- 
ian, Acts 17:34. 

Dt-St'rt-phSg. G.1361. A lave nutritus— Nourished by 
Jupiter; Jove-nurtured: — an opponent of John, 3 John 1:9. 

Dl'sh&n. H.1789. Genus capreae maioris — A genus of the 
great deer; a threshing: — youngest son of Sier [DISHON], 
Gen. 36:21. 

Di'shSn. H. 1788. Pinguedo — Fatness ; the leaper ; antelope : — 
son of Anah, grandson of Sier [DISHAN], 1 Chron. 1 : 38. 

Dl8'%-h&b. H.1774. Habens aurum — Having gold; rich in 
gold: — a place in the Arabian desert, Deut. 1:1. 

D5d'%-I* H.1737. Diledus Dei— Beloved of God; amatory:— 
an Ahohite leader [DODO], 1 Chron. 27:4. 

Ddd'fc-nlm. H.1721. Progressus — Progress; increase; lead- 
ers: — family or race descended from Javan [DEDAN], 
Gen. 10: 4. 

D5d'ft-vah. H.1735. Amor Domini— The love of God; Jah 
is friend: — father of Eliezer, 2 Chron. 20:37. 

DS'dd. H.1734. Diledus illius — His beloved; loving: — the 
name of three Israelites [DODAI], 2 Sain. 23 : 24. 

DS'eg. H.1673. SoUicitus— Earnest-, axmo\as>\ tau&&:c 
Edomite, chief of Saul's herdsmen, \ Sam. "LVA . 



74 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

DSph'kah. H.1850. Impulsio aquae — Pressure of water; 
cattle-driving; a knock: — a desert station, Num. 33: 12. 

Ddr. H.1756. Habitaculum — Habitation; dwelling; city:— 
a royal Canaanite city, Josh. 12:23. 

Ddr'cas. G.1393. Caprea — A roe; gazelle; antelope:— a 
Christian woman of Joppa [TABITHA], Acts 9: 36. 

DS'than. H.1886. Cistema gemina — Double cistern; double 
fountain: — place where Joseph was sold, Gen. 37: 17. 

Dru-slll$. G.1409. Sparsus rare — Sprinkled with dew:— 
daughter of Herod Agrippa I and Cypros, Acts 24 : 24. 

Du'mah. H.1746. Silentium — Silence; fig., death: — a son ci 
Ishmael; a city near Hebron, Gen. 25: 14. 

Du'rg. H.1757. Rotunditate — In roundness; circle or dwell- 
ing: — a plain of Babylon, Dan. 3:1. 

E'b&l. H.5858. Crassissimus — Very thick; fat; stone; bare:— 
name of a person and of a mountain [OBAL], Gen. 36: 23. 

E'bSd. H.5651. Servus — A servant; slave: — father of Gaal 
(Judg. 9:26); son of Jonathan, Ezra 8:6. 

E'bSd-mS'lSch. H.5663. Servus regis— The servant of the 
king; minister: — a eunuch of King Zedekiah, Jer. 38: 7. 

Eb"en-6'z8r. H.72. Lapis auxilii — Stone of help: — a me- 
morial stone set up by Samuel after the defeat of the Philis- 
tines, 1 Sam. 4: 1. 

E'bSr. H.5677. Transitus — Passage; the region beyond:— 
name of two patriarchs and four Israelites [HEBER], Gen. 
10:24. 

£-bi'&-s&ph. H.43. Pairem abstvlit — He removed his father; 
father that adds; gatherer: — a Levite [ABIASAPH], 1 Chron. 
6:23. 

E-br5'nah. H.5684. Extremitas — Extremity; passing over; 
transitional; gateway: — place in the desert, Num. 33:34. 

Ed. H.5707. Testis — Witness; testimony, recorder: — name of 
an altar constructed by Reuben and OaA, ic*3&. Ta^^k. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 75 

B'd&r. H.5740. Grex — A flock; drove; an arrangement, i. e., 
muster: — a tower near Jerusalem, Gen. 35:21. 

E'dSn. H.5731. Voluptaa — Pleasure; delight: — first residence 
of Adam and Eve, Gen. 2: 8. 

E'd8r. H.5740. Grex — A flock: — a Levite of the family of 
Merari; a town in Judah [ARAD], 1 Chron. 23:23. 

E / dom. H.123. Rufu% — Red; bloody; red earth: — the name 
given to Esau, the first son of Isaac and Rebekah, Gen. 25 : 30. 

E'dom-ItoS. H.130. The descendants of Esau or Edom, 
Gen. 36:9. 

fid'rg-L H.154. Amplum pascuum — Sufficient pasturage; 
plantation; strong; mighty: — name of two places in Palestine, 
Num. 21 : 33. 

tglah. H.5698. VitvlvA — A calf; heifer; chariot; round: — 
a wife of David [MICHAL], 2 Sam. 3: 5. 

£gl$-Im. H.97. In confiniis — On the limits; drops of the 
sea; two ponds: — a place in Moab [EN-EGLAIM], Isa. 
15:8. 

igldn. H.5700. VituLus eximius — Remarkable calf; vit- 
elline: — a king of the Moabites; a place in Palestine, Judg. 
3:12. 

2'gjfpt. H.4714. Terra Nigra — Black land; tribulation; hem- 
ming in: — northeastern country of Africa [MIZRAIM], 
Gen. 13: 1. 

S'fjfpt. G.125. Terra Nigra— -Black land; tribulation: — 
the land of the Nile [MIZRAIM], Matt. 2: 13. 

i'gjfp-tian. G.124. Terra Nigra — Black land; tribulation: — 
an inhabitant of Egypt [MIZRAIM], Acts 7: 28. 

i'4Jfr>-tiailS. H.4714. Terra Nigra— Black land; tribula- 
tion:— natives of Egypt [MIZRAIM], Gen. 12: 12. 

Sill. H.277. Con&ociatio— Fellowship; union; connection: — 
head of one of the Benjamite Yio\iaea \&S\3*K^K\ % Q«&~ 
46:21. 



76 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

E'hfid. H.261. Unitio; laus; portio — Union; praise; por- 
tion: — name of a judge of Israel, and of a son of Bilhan, 
1 Chron. 8 : 6. 

E'k5r. H.6134. Stirps — A root; a rooting up; transplanted:— 
a Judahite, 1 Chron. 2: 27. 

fik'ron. H.6138. Migratio magna — Great emigration; eradi- 
cation; uprooted: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 13:3. 

£k'r5n-ites. H.6139. Natives or inhabitants of Ekron, 
Josh. 13:3. 

£l'&-dah. H.497. Deus ornavit — God adorned; whom God 
puts on, i. e., fills with himself :— son of Tahath, 1 Chron. 
7:20. 

Elah. H.425. Quercus — An oak; strength; curse: — name of 
five persons and a place in Palestine, Gen. 36: 41. 

El&m. H.5867. Duratio longissima — The longest duration; 
eternity; hidden: — name of six Israelites, Gen. 10:22. 

El&m-ites. H.5962. The original inhabitants of the country 
of Elam, Ezra 4 : 9. 

£l'g-sah. H.501. Deus fecit — God hath made; God is cre- 
ator: — name of two Israelites [ELEASAH], Ezra 10:22. 

E'l&th. H.359. Quercus; terebinthus — Oak; juniper; trees; a 
grove: — a place on the Red Sea [ELOTH], Deut. 2: 8. 

f!l-b8th-el. H.416. Deus, Domus Dei — God, the house of 
God: — place where God appeared to Jacob [BETHEL], 
Gen. 35:7. 

£rd$-ah. H.420. Dei rogatio — Asking God; God of knowl- 
edge: — a son of Midian, Gen. 25: 4. 

El'did. H.419. Amor Dei— The love of God; God loves:— 
one of the seventy elders of Moses [THEOPHILUS], Num. 
11:26. 

E'l$-&d. H.496. Deus suffulsit — God has strengthened; God 
has testified; God applauds: — a descendant of Ephraim, 
1 Chron. 7: 21. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 77 

E'lg-Sleh. H.500. Ascensio Dei — Ascension of God; the ex- 
alted God: — a Moabite town allotted to Reuben, Num. 32: 3. 

E-l9'&-sah. H.501. Deus fecit — God has made: — name of a 
son of Helez; also of a son of Rapha or Rephaiah [ELASAH], 
1 Chron. 2:39. 

t'le-S'zar. H.499. Deus opitvlatus est — God has helped: — 
name of seven Israelites [ELIEZER], Exod. 6:23. 

t'le-S'zar. G.1648. Deris opitvlatus est— God has helped:— 
the son of Eliud, in the genealogy of Jesus [ELIEZAR], 
Matt. 1:15. 

fr-e-lOTie-Is'rfc-eL H.415. Deus est Deus Israelis— God is 
the God of Israel: — title given to a consecrated spot by 
Jacob, Gen. 33: 20. 

Eleph. H.507. MMe — A thousand; learning; ox: — a town 
allotted to Benjamin, Josh. 18: 28. 

S-hS'nan. H.445. Deus gratiose dedit — God gave graciously; 
God is kind: — name of two Israelites, 2 Sam. 21: 19. 

EH. H.5941. Alumnus mens — My foster child; lofty; sum- 
mit: — a high priest descended from Aaron through Ithamar, 

1 Sam. 1:3. 

ETI. G.2241. Deus meus — My God: — part of a sentence 
uttered by Jesus on the cross, Matt. 27:46. 

K-U'&b. H.446. Deus pater — God a father: — name of six 
Israelites, Num. 1 : 9. 

K-U'ft-dft. H.450. Deus cognovit — God knows, i. e., cares 
for; known of God: — name of two Israelites [ELIADAH], 

2 Sam. 5: 16. 

£-lT$-dah. H.450. Deus cognovit — God knows: — father of 
Rezon [ELIADA], 1 Kings 11: 23. 

t-lTah. H.452. Robur Dei— The strength of God:— name of 
two Israelites [ELIJAH], 1 Chron. 8:27. 

fe-U'ah-b*. H.455. Deus abscondit— God hides; God will 
hide: — a Shaalbonite, one of David' & \iVas\^ n*&ss&» \asseL % 
2 Chron. 23: 32. 



78 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

K-lT&-kIm. H.471. Deus stabilit— God establishes; God of 
raising: — name of four Israelites, 2 Kings 18: 18. 

fi-li'a-Hm* G.1662. Deus stabilit— God establishes; my God 
arises: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 30. 

fe-li'&m. H.463. Dei populus— The people of God; God is 
gatherer: — father of Bath-Sheba, 2 Sam. 11:3. 

fi-H'as. G.2243. Robur Dei— Strength of God:— the Greek 
and Latin form of Elijah, Matt. 11: 14. 

fi-li'fr-s&Ph- H.460. Deus addidit— God added; God is 
gatherer, i. e., protector: — name of two Israelites, Num. 1 : 14. 

£-li'$-shib. H.475. Deus retribuit — God recompensed or re- 
stored ; God is requiter : — name of six Israelites, 1 Chron. 3 : 24. 

fi-11'g-thah. H.448. Dolor aeerirrimus — Most severe grief; 
God of consent; to whom God comes: — a son of Heman, 
1 Chron. 25:4. 

fi-lfdad. H.449. Dei amor — Love of God; God of his love:— 
son of Chrislon [ELDAD], Num. 34:21. 

fe-li'el. H.447. Cui Deus est Deus— To whom God is God; 
strength of strength: — name of nine Israelites, 1 Chron. 8: 20. 

fi'lt-S'na-L H.462. Ad Deum oculi mei— To God mine 
eyes: — a Benjamite chief, son of Shimhi [ELIOENAI], 
1 Chron. 8: 20. 

B'li-e'zSr. H.461. Dei auxilium — Help of God: — name of a 
Damascene and of ten Israelites, Gen. 15: 2. 

4"li-e'z8r. G.1663. Dei auxilium— -The help of my God:— 
name mentioned in the genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 29. 

£l"i-h5-S'nfi-L H.454. Ad Deum oculi mei sunt — My eyes 
are toward God:— son of Zerahiah [ELIOENAI], Ezra 8:4. 

£l"t-h5'reph. H.456. Dei repensatio— The reward of God; 
God of autumn: — son of Shishi, one of Solomon's scribes, 
1 Kings 4: 3. 

Jt-lf'hG. H.453. Deus ille est — God he is: — name of one of 
Job's friends, and of three IsraeYftea \3T2K!G\, \ ^wssu VA. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 79 

£-li'jah. H.452. Rcbur Dei— The strength of God; God of 
Jehovah; spiritual vision: — the renowned prophet of Tishbeh, 

1 Kings 17:1. 

£l'i-k&. H.470. Dei congregatio— -The congregation of God; 
God of rejection: — one of David's thirty valiant men, 

2 Sam. 23:25. 

Ellm. H.362. Quercus — Oaks; trees; rams; strong ones: — 
a place in the desert, Exod. 15: 27. 

K-lim'8-lech. H.458. Dew rex est — God is king: — husband 
of Naomi, and father of Mahlon and Chilion, Ruth 1:2. 

fi"i-8-5'll&-L H.454. Ad Deum oculi mei sunt — Mine eyes 
are toward God: — the name of seven Israelites [ELIHOENAI] 
1 Chron. 26:3. 

ftl-phal. H.465. Deus iudicavit — God hath judged: — son of 
Ur [ELIPHELET], 1 Chron. 11:35. 

£-Uph'ft-18t. H.467. Dei liberatio— The deliverance of God:— 
a son of David [ELIPHELET], 2 Sam. 5: 16. 

til-phiz. H.464. Dei exsultatio— The joy of God; God of 
gold: — name of one of Job's friends, and of a son of Esau, 
Gen. 36:4. 

fi-Hph'8-leh. H.465. Deus distinguit — God distinguishes; 
who exalts God: — one of David's harpers, 1 Chron. 15: 18. 

K-liph'g-lSt. H.467. Dei liberatio — The deliverance of God : — 
name of four Israelites [ELPALET and ELIPHALET], 
1 Chron. 3:6. 

fi-lig'ft-bBth. G.1665. Dei iuramentum — Oath of God: — 
wife of Zacharias, and mother of John the Baptist 
[ELISHEBA], Luke 1:5. 

£l"I-85'U8. G. 1666. Aspectus; vd salvatio Dei— The look, face, 
or salvation of God:— Greek form of "Elisha," Luke 4: 27. 

K-li'shft. H.477. Dei aspectus — Face, or sight of God; God 
his salvation: — anointed prophet by Elijah, 1 Kings 19: 16. 

K-li'shah. H.473. Ligatio firma — Firm binding; the Lamb of 
God; God saves: — eldest son of Javan, Gen» lft * A* 



80 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

fi-llsh'$-m$. H.476. Deus exaudivit — God heard; God of 
hearing: — name of seven Israelites, Num. 1: 10. 

fi-llsh'g-ph&t. H.478. Deus iudicavit — God has judged; 
God of judgment: — son of Zichri, 2 Chron. 23: 1. 

fi-llsh'£-b$* H.472. Dei iuramentum — The oath of God; wor- 
shiper of God:— the wife of Aaron [ELISABETH], Exod. 
6:23. 

£l"I-shu'a. H.474. Dei auxilium— The help of God; God of 
supplication, or of riches: — a son of David [ELISHAMA], 
2 Sam. 5: 15. 

£-li'fid. G.1664. Deus laudi mihi est — God is my praise; 
God of majesty: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, 
Matt. 1 : 14. 

fi-Uz'g-phan. H.469. Deus abscondit — God has hid, i. e., 
protects: — name of a son of Parnach, and of a son of Uzziel, 
Num. 3 : 30. 

fi-lTztbr. H.468. Deus saxum — God a rock; God is my 
strength: — son of Shedeur; a prince of Reuben, Num. 1:5. 

£l'k&-nah. H.511. Deus redemit — God has redeemed; God 
has obtained: — name of seven Israelites, Exod. 6: 24. 

jJlTcosh-ite. H.512. Arcus Dei — God's bow, i. e., power, 
might; defense: — Nahum is so called, Nah. 1: 1. 

£ll&-sSr. H.495. Iuramentum prineipis — Oath of a prince; 
oak of Assyria: — a city of King Arioch [THELASAR], 
Gen. 14: 1. 

£l-m5'd&m. G.1678. Immensus — Immense; extension; the 
God of measure:— son of Er [ALMODAD], Luke 3: 28. 

£l'na-$m. H.493. Deus iudicavit — God has judged; God is 
his delight: — father of Jeribai and Joshaviah, 1 Chron. 11: 46. 

B'n&-than. H.494. Deus dedit — God has given; conscience 
which God bestows: — the name of four Israelites, 2 Kings 
24:8. 

£-JJ'L G.1682. Deus mens — My God: — Aramaic form of Eli; 
part of the utterance of Jesus on \Ja.e cTO&,^taa&A&\ «&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 81 

il'S-hlm. H.430. Deus— God :— Elohim is the abstract 
expression for absolute Deity, Gen. 1:1. 

Elon. H.356. Quercus eximia — A remarkable oak: — name of 
place in Palestine, one Hittite and two Israelites, Gen. 26: 34. 

Elon-bith-ha'nftn. H.358. Quercus; domus; dedit—Oak; 
house; he gave; oak of the house of grace: — a place in Pales- 
tine, 1 Kings 4:9. 

llSn-ltes. H.440. Descendants of Elon, Num. 26:26. 

tl5th. H.359. Quercus — Oak trees; grove: — place on the 
Red Sea [ELATH], 1 Kings 9: 26. 

fa'pi-al. H.508. Opus Dei— The work of God; God his 
wages: — a Benjamite, son of Hushim, 1 Chron. 8: 11. 

fil'pa-let. H.467. Dei liberatio — Deliverance of God: — a son 
of David, born in Jerusalem [ELIPHELET], 1 Chron. 14: 5. 

B-pS'ran. H.364. Quercus fossurae multae — Oak of much 
digging: — a portion of the district of Paran, Gen. 14:6. 

fil'tg-keh. H.514. Dei timer — Fear of God; care of God: — 
a city in the border of Dan, Josh. 21 : 23. 

fil'tg-kon. H.515. Dei confirmatio — The establishing of God; 
God is straight: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15:59. 

&'tO-l&d. H.513. Dei generatio — The generation of God; God 
its posterity: — a place in Palestine [TOLAD], Josh. 15:30. 

lltU. H.435. Vocaiio — Cry; outcry: — sixth month of Hebrew 
sacred year, Neh. 6: 15. 

t-lQ'za-i. H.498. Deus robur meum — God my strength; God 
is defensive: — a Benjamite warrior, 1 Chron. 12: 5. 

fi'^-mis. G.1681. Sapiens; magus — Wise; magician; cor- 
rupter: — name of a Jewish sorcerer [BAR-JESUS], Acts 13: 8. 

KTzft-b&d. H.443. Deus donavit — God has given; or be- 
stowed: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 26: 7. 

iTzft-phftn. H.469. Deus abs<xmdit—G<A taa\&&.\ Q*A *\ 
treasure:— second son of Uzziel \^!ZiASBi^\,^w^^.^L« 



82 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

E'mlms. H.368. Timores — Fears; terrors; formidable peo- 
ple: — a tribe of gigantic stature [ANAKIMS], Gen. 14:5. 

£m-m&n'a-el. G.1694. Nobiscum Dews— God with us:— 
name applied to the Messiah [IMMANUEL], Matt. 1 : 23. 

£m'm$-us. G.1695. PopuLus contemptus — People despised; 
obscure; warm springs: — a place in Palestine [HAMMATH], 
Luke 24: 13. 

£m'mdr. G.1697. Asinva— An ass: — a Canaanite [HAMOR], 
Acts 7: 16. 

E'nam. H.5879. Congregatio — A congregation; double foun- 
tain: — a city of Judah, Josh. 15: 34. 

E'nan. H.5881. Fons magnus — A great fountain; having 
eyes: — a prince of Naphtali, Num. 1: 15. 

fin'-ddr. H.5874. Fons; habitaculum — Fountain; habitation; 
fountain of dwelling: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 17: 11. 

£n-8gl&-Im. H.5882. Fons vttvtmum— Fountain of the 
calves; spring of two heifers: — a place in Palestine [EGLAIM], 
Ezek. 47 : 10. 

£n-g&n'nlm. H.5873. Fons Jwrtarum— Fountain of gar- 
dens: — a place in Palestine [ANEM], Josh. 19:21. 

£n-g6'di. H.5872. Fons succisionis — Fountain of the cutting 
down; fountain of the kid: — a place in Palestine [HAZEZON- 
TAMAR], Josh. 15:62. 

£n-h&d'dah. H.5876. Fons celeritatis — Fountain of quick 
flowing; fountain of sharpness: — place in Palestine, Josh. 
19:21. 

fin-hfiklcd-re. H.5875. Fons vocantis— Fountain of him who 
calleth: — Samson's fountain [KEILAH], Josh. 15:19. 

£n-hS'z6r. H.5877. Fons munimenti — Fountain of defense; 
fountain of a village: — fenced city in Naphtali, Josh. 
19:37. 

Jtn-mlsh'p&t. H.5880. Fons iudicii — Fountain of judg- 
ment:—an Amorite city [KADE»SH\, Gfcu. \k\l . 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 83 

E'ndch. H.2585. Initiatus — Instructed; dedicated; initi- 
ated: — an antediluvian patriarch [HANOCH], Gen. 5: 21. 

E'ndch. G.1802. Initiatus — Initiated; taught; dedicated: — 
son of Mathusala [HENOCH], Luke 3: 37. 

E'nos. H.583. Homo miser — A miserable man; a mortal: — 
son of Seth, properly Enosh, Gen. 4: 26. 

E'nos. G.1800. Homo miser, vel aeger — A miserable, or sick 
man:— son of Seth [ENOSH], Luke 3: 38. 

E'nosh. H.583. Homo miser — A miserable man; a mortal: — 
[ENOS], IChron. 1:1. 

£n-rIm'mon. H.5884. Fons wide elatus — Fountain very 
high; fountain of the pomegranate: — place in Palestine 
[RIMMON], Neh. 11:29. 

fin-rd'gel. H.6883. Fons fullonis—Foxmtain of the fuller; 
fountain of a traveler: — place near Jerusalem, Josh. 15: 7. 

fin-shS'mesh. H.5885. Fons solis — Fountain of the sun: — 
a spring on the N. boundary of Judah, Josh. 15: 7. 

fin-tftp'pu-ah. H.5887. Fons mali — Fountain of the apple- 
tree:— a place in Palestine [TAPPUAH], Josh. 17:7. 

ip-ae-nS'ttts. G.1866. Laudabilis— Worthy of praise; 
praised: — a Christian at Rome, Rom. 16: 5. 

Ip'a-phrSs. G.1889. Tectus spuma — Covered with foam: — 
a Roman friend of Paul [EPAPHRODITUS], Col. 1: 7. 

t-p&ph"ro-di'tU8. G.1891. Venustas— Comehness; lovely; 
fascinating:— a Christian [EPAPHRAS], Phil. 4: 18. 

E'phah. H.5891. Defatigatio — Weariness; darkness; gloomy: 
— son of Midian; name of a region, also of an Israelite, and 
of an Israelitess, Gen. 25:4. 

E'ph&i. H.5778. Defatigatio Dei — Weariness of God; lan- 
guid: — a Netophathite, Jer. 40: 8. 

E'pher. H.6081. Hinnideus — A young hind; calf, or animal: — 
name of an Arabian and of two Israelite^ Osel.T^^. 



84 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

E'pheg-d&m'mim. H.658. Defectus sanguinum — Lack of 
blood; end or boundary of blood: — a Philistine encampment 
[PAS-DAMMIM], 1 Sam. 17: 1. 

K-phe'giang. G.2180. Amabilis; finis — Desirable; the end:— 
people of Ephesus, Acts 19: 28. 

£ph'8-stta. G.2181. Amabilis; finis — Desirable; the end; 
patience: — a city of Asia Minor, Acts 18: 19. 

fiph'lil. H.654. Dei indicium — The judgment of God:— 
son of Zabad and father of Obed, 1 Chron. 2: 37. 

£ph'6d. H.641. Amicvlum — A short cloak; oracle giving:— 
father of Hanniel, prince of Manasseh, Num. 34: 23. 

Eph'phS-thft. G.2188. Adaperire — Be opened: — an utterance 
of Jesus, Mark 7: 34. 

E'phrS-Im. H.669. Fecunditas gemina — Twin fruitfulness; 
fruit; posterity: — second son of Joseph [EPHRATAH], 
Gen. 41:52. 

E'phrfi-Im. G.2187. Geminus fructus — Twin fruit; increas- 
ing: — a city near the wilderness, John 11:54. 

E'phr&"Im-Ites. H.669. Members of the tribe of Ephraim 
[EPHRATHITES], Josh. 16: 10. 

E'phrfi-In. H.6085. Hinnvleus magnus — Large young hind; 
the two fawns:— a city of Israel [OPHRAH], 2 Chron. 13: 19. 

Eph'ra-tah. H.672. Fertilitas summa — Very great fruitfulness; 
land; region:— mother of Hur [EPHRAIM], 1 Chron. 2: 50. 

iph'rath. H.672. Fertilitas— Fruitfulness; posterity:— an- 
cient name of Bethlehem-judah, Gen. 48: 7. 

Eph'rath-ites. H.673. Inhabitants of Ephrath; an Ephraim- 
ite, Ruth 1 : 2. 

Eph'ron. H.6085. Hinnvleus magnus — Large young hind; 
fawn-like: — name of a Canaanite and of two places in Pales- 
tine, Gen. 23:8. 

£p'1-cu-re'&n$. G.1946. Auxilium— Help; assistance:- 
follower of Epicurus, Acts 17 : 1&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 85 

8r. H.6147. Turma — A troop; watchful: — name of two 
Israelites, Gen. 38:3. 

£r. G.2262. Turba; turma — Crowd; troop; watch: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 28. 

E'rSn. H.6197. Turma magna — A great troop; watchful: — 
son of Shuthelah [ER], Num. 26: 36. 

E'ran-Ites. H.6198. Descendants of Eran, Num. 26: 36. 

K-r&s'tfis. G.2037. DiUctus; amabilis — Beloved; amiable; 
lovely: — an attendant of Paul at Ephesus, Acts 19:22. 

E'rfich. H.751. Longitudo — Length: — a place in Babylon, 
Gen. 10: 10. 

E'rL H.6179. Turma Dei — Troop of God; watching, i. e., 
worshiping Jehovah: — son of Gad, Gen. 46: 16. 

i'rites. H.6180. Descendants of Eri, Num. 26: 16. 

E-g&'ias. G.2268. Servavit Dominus— The Lord helped:— 
New Testament name for Isaiah, Matt. 3:3. 

E"sar-h&d'don. H.634. Princeps potestatis magnae — Prince 
of great power; gift of fire: — an Assyrian king, 2 Kings 
19:37. 

E'SftU. H.6215. Pilosus — Hairy; rough; he that acts or 
makes rough: — son of Isaac and Rebekah [EDOM], Gen. 
25:25. 

E'SftU. G.2269. Omnino pilosus — All hairy; doing; finish- 
ing:— sold his birthright to Jacob [EDOM], Heb. 12: 16. 

1'sek. H.6230. Rixa — Strife; quarrel; dispute: — a well in 
the valley of Gerar dug by Isaac's servants, Gen. 26: 20. 

tsh-bS'aL H.792. Ignis Baalis — Fire of Baal; Baal's man: — 
fourth son of Saul [ISHBOSHETH], 1 Chron. 8: 33. 

Ssh'ban. H.790. Valde ruber — Very red; vigorous: — a 
Horite, son of Dishon [HESHBON], Gen. 36: 26. 

Ssh'cSL H.812. Uva — Bunch of grapes*, clvvstoer— -T^ssaa <& <$£&. 
Amorite, also of a valley and brook in PaXeeteafti^E^ - ^* 5 ^ 



86 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

E'she-Sn. H.824. CoUigatio aria — Close binding; support:— 
a town in the mountains of Judah, Josh. 15: 52. 

E'shSk. H.6232. Oppressio — Oppression: — a Benjamite; one 
of the late descendants of Saul, 1 Chron. 8:39. 

£sh'k&-16n-ites. H.832. Inhabitants of Ashkelon, Josh. 13:3. 

Esh't&-SL H.847. A muliere petitum — Asked of woman; en- 
treaty; a receding; hollowed out: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 
15:33. 

ish'tft-ql-ites". H.848. Natives or descendants of Eshtaol, 
1 Chron. 2:53. 

&h"t$-m5'$* H.851. Mulieris fama — Fame of woman; 
obedience: — one of the haunts of David and his men [ESH- 
TEMOH], 1 Sam. 30:28. 

&h't$-m5h. H.851 . Mulieris fama — Fame of woman ; obedi- 
ence: — a town in the mountains of Judah assigned to the 
Levites [ESHTEMOA], Josh. 15:50. 

feh'ton. H.850. Mulierosus — Fond of women; uxorious; 
womanish; restful: — a Judahite, 1 Chron. 4: 11. 

fell. G.2069. Separatus Deo — Separated for God; near me; 
reserved: — son of Nagge [AZALIAH], Luke 3:25. 

&'rom. G.2074. Praesidium firmum — Sure defense; dart of 
joy: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [HEZRON], 
Luke 3: 33. 

&'th5r. H.635. Myrtus virens — A green myrtle; star; happi- 
ness: — a beautiful Jewish maiden [HADASSAH], Esth. 2:8. 

E'tam. H.5862. Avium rapacium copia — Abundance of 
rapacious birds; place of ravenous beasts: — place in Palestine 
[ETHER], 1 Chron. 4:32. 

E'tham. H.864. Habitatio finitionis — Extreme habitation; 
desolate: — an Israelite encampment, Exod. 13: 20. 

E'than. H.387. Firmus — Firm; perpetuity; God as very 
ancient: — name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 6. 

J&£h'#-nlm. H.388. Robustus — Strong; valiant; permanent 
lowing:— seventh month Jewish salted ^ea,\ um^&> 2. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 87 

£th'b&-aL H.856. Cum Baale— With Baal; toward the 
idol: — king of Sidon and father of Jezebel, 1 Kings 16: 31. 

E'thSr. H.6281. Abundantia — Abundance: — town in the low- 
lands of Judah allotted to Simeon [ETAM], Josh. 19: 7. 

i"thI-5'pI-&. H.3568. Niger— Black; burnt, i. e., dark and 
swarthy countenance : — [CUSH], 2 Kings 19 : 9. 

E"thl-5'pl-an. H.3569. Descendants of Cush; properly a 
Cushite, Jer. 13 : 23. 

tth'nan. H.869. Donum largum — Bountiful gift; hire: — son 
of Helah the wife of Ashur, 1 Chron. 4: 7. 

tth'nl. H.867. Donum Dei — Gift of God; giving; munifi- 
cent; Jehovah rewards: — a Levite, 1 Chron. 6:41. 

EQ-bfllus. G.2103. Bene consulens — Counseling wisely; pru- 
dent: — a Christian at Rome mentioned by Paul, 2 Tim. 4: 21. 

EQ'nI$6. G.2131. Egregia victrix — Distinguished conqueror; 
good victory: — mother of Timothy, 2 Tim. 1: 5. 

Eti-5'dl-as. G.2136. Odor suams — Sweet scent; prosperous 
course; a Christian woman at Philippi, Phil. 4: 2. 

EQ-phr&'tSg. H.6578. Inundatio aquae — Flowing of waters; 
the good and abounding river; fruitfulness; inexhaustible: — 
a river of Eden, Gen. 2: 14. 

EQ-phr&'tSg. G.2166. Inundatio aquae — Flowing of waters; 
outpouring; to break forth; unlimited: — river of western 
Asia, Rev. 9: 14. 

BQ-rttcljf-don. G.2148. Tempestas ab oriente orta — A storm 
from the east; a Levanter: — a tempestuous northeast wind, 
Acts 27: 14. 

EQ'tjf-chus. G.2161. Fortunatus; fdix— Fortunate; happy; 
well off: — a sleepy youth of Troas, Acts 20: 9. 

Eve. H.2332. Vita — Life; living; alive; human activity: — 
wife of Adam and mother of Cain, Abel and Seth, Gen. 3 : 20. 

Ive. G.2096. Vita — Life; living; alive; human w&tf&vs— 
name given to the first woman, 2 Coi. W.^. 



88 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 



E'vl. H.189. Desiderium — Desire; dwelling: — a Midianitish 
chief, Num. 31 : 8. 

E'vfl-mS-rS'dach. H.192. Primus; sublimis — First; sublime; 
Merodoch's fool:— a Babylonian king [MERODACH], 
2 Kings 25: 27. 

E'zar. H.687. Thesaurus— Treasure: — an Idumaean [EZER], 
1 Chron. 1 : 38. 

£zl)&-L H.229. Spolium Dei — Spoil of God; hyssop-like; 
shining; beautiful: — father of Naarai, 1 Chron. 11:37. 

£zl)dn. H.675. Decus eximium — Great honor; working, hear- 
ing or splendor of God: — name of two Israelites [OZNI], 
Gen. 46: 16. 

Iz-S-kTas. G.1478. Rdbur Dei— Strength of God:— son of 
Achaz in genealogy of Jesus [HEZEKIAH], Matt. 1 : 9. 

E-zSld-BL H.3168. Fvrtis est Deus— God is powerful; God 
will strengthen: — one of the major prophets [JEHEZEKEL], 
Ezek. 1 : 3. 

E'zSL H.237. Discessus — Departure: — a memorial stone in 
Palestine, scene of the parting of David and Jonathan, 
1 Sam. 20: 19. 

E'zBxn. H.6107. Os— Bone:— a town of Simeon [AZEM], 
1 Chron. 4:29. 

E'zSr. H.687. Thesaurus — Treasure; union; help: — name of 
four Israelites [EZAR], Gen. 36:21. 

E'zI-on-ga'bSr. H.6100. Spina magna — The great spine; 
the backbone of man: — an Israelite encampment, Num. 
33:35. 

E'zI-on-gS'bSr. H.6100. Spina magna — The great spine; 
the giant's backbone: — a place on the Red Sea, 1 Kings 9: 26. 

£z'nite. H.6112. Hasta — A spear; to be sharp or strong: — 
"Adino the Eznite" [TACHMONITE], 2 Sam. 23:8. 

Mz'zp. 11.5830. Adiutor — A helper: — a famous scribe and 
priest, Ezra 7: 12. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 89 

£l'r*-hlte". H.250. A title applied to Ethan (1 Kings 
4:31), and to Heman, Psa. 88: Title. 

El'rL H.5836. Auxilium meum — My help; helpful; help of 
God:— son of Chelub, 1 Chron. 27:26. 

Fair Ha'vens. G.2568. Boni partus— Good harbors:— a 
harbor in the island of Crete, Acts 27: 8. 

TOlix. G.5344. Felix — Happy; prosperous: — a Roman procu- 
rator of Judea, Acts 23: 24. 

Ffe'tfis. G.5347. Festus — Joyful; festival: — a Roman sur- 
name [PORCIUS], Acts 24: 27. 

Fto"tfl'nfi'tU8. G.5415. Fortunatus — Fortunate; happy; pros- 
pered: — a Corinthian friend of Paul, 1 Cor. 16: 17. 



Gfi'aL H.1603. Merces — A reward; loathing: — son of Ebed, 
Judg. 9:26. 

G&'&sh. H.1608. Coneussio — A shaking; a tempest; earth- 
quake: — hill on which Joshua was buried, Josh. 24:30. 

OfilH}* H.1387. Collis—A hill or hillock:— a place in Pales- 
tine [GEBA], Josh. 18: 24. 

(Htb'b%-L H.1373. Elatus est— He is exalted; tax-gatherer; 
collective: — a Benjamite family, Neh. 11:8. 

(Mb'bft-thft. G.1042. Locus elatus— Elevated spot; the 
knoll: — the pavement on which Jesus was sentenced, John 
19: 13. 

G&1)rI-eL H.1403. Vir Dei — A man of God; the manifesta- 
tion of God: — an angel of comfort and sympathy to man, 
Dan. 8: 16. 

Qft'brl-eL G.1043. Vir; vel, rdbur Dei — Man; or, strength 
of God: — an archangel imparting a sense of the omnipresence 
of God, Luke 1 : 19. 

G&d. H. 1410. Tunna — A troop ; a band ; an assembly : — name 
of a son of Jacob; of a tribe; of a territory *, alaa ot ^\k<3^W^ 
Gen. 30: 11. 



90 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

OSd. G.1045. Turma armata — Troop armed; company pre- 
pared: — an Israelitish tribe, Rev. 7: 5. 

G&d'&-r6neg. G.1046. Circum-munitus — Walled around; ! 
trooped in; fortified: — natives or inhabitants of Gadara | 
[GEDER], Mark 5: 1. I 

G&d'di. H.1426. Turma Dei— The troop of God; fortunate:— j 
son of Susi, the Manassite spy, Num. 13: 11. . 

GSd'dl-el. H.1427. Turma Dei*— Troop of God; fortune of j 
God: — a Zebulonite, one of the twelve spies, Num. 13: 10. 

GS'di. H.1424. Turma Dei— Troop of God:— father of King 
Menahem, 2 Kings 15: 14. 

G&d'ites. H.1425. The descendants of Gad and members 
of his tribe, Deut. 3: 12. 

GSlrSni. H.1514. Oculos amplos habeas — Having full eyes; 
sunburnt or swarthy: — son of Nahor, Gen. 22: 24. 

GS'har. H.1515. Rufus — Reddish; lurking-place: — one of the 
Nethinim, Ezra 2 : 47. 

GS'ius. G.1050. Laetor; gaudeo — I am glad; I rejoice; the 
Lord: — a common Roman first name, Rom. 16:23. 

GS'l&L H.1559. Devoluit — He rolled; weighty; worthy; 
great: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 9: 15. 

Ga-lS'tfe. G.1054. Tarn album quam lac — White as milk: — 
a central province located in Asia Minor, Acts 16: 6. 

Ga-lS'tJang. G.1052. Tarn album quam lac— White as 
milk; color of milk: — inhabitants of Galatia, Gal. 3: 1. 

G&l'S-ed. H.1567. Tumulus testimonii — Heap of witness: — 
a heap of stones erected as a witness to the covenant be- 
tween Jacob and Labon, [GILEAD], Gen. 31 : 47. 

G&l-I-lae'ang. G.1057. Tumulus; orbis — A mound of earth; 
circle; wheel; revolution: — natives or inhabitants of Galilee, 
Luke 13: 1. 

G&ll-lee. H.1551. Corwolutum — Turned around: — a circuit 
containing twenty towns, Josh. 20; T, 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 91 

GUI-lie. G.1056. Tumvlus; orbis — A mound of earth; 
circle; wheel; revolution; circuit: — a region of Palestine, 
Matt. 2:22. 



G&lllm. H.1554. Scaturigines — Many springs; heaps:- 
village of Benjamin, 1 Sam. 25: 44. 

GX11I-5. G.1058. Qui lactet — Who lives on milk; giving suck; 
milky: — a Roman proconsul of Achaia, Acts 18: 12. 

GA-mSlI-eL H.1583. Donum Dei — Gift of God; recompense 
of God: — son of Pedahzur; prince of Manasseh, Num. 1: 10. 

G&-m&H-6l. G.1059. Praemium Dei'— Reward of God; 
benefit of God: — Paul's legal preceptor, Acts 5:34. 

GSm'm%-dIms. H.1575. Pygmaei — Dwarfs; pigmies; de- 
serters: — soldiers placed in the towers of Tyrus, Ezek. 27: 11. 

G&'mtU. H.1577. Retributio — Retribution; rewarded; 
weaned: — a priest, 1 Chron. 24: 17. 

Gtt'rSb. H.1619. Leprosus — Leprous; scabby: — one of the 
heroes of David's army, 2 Sam. 23 : 38. 

Gfoh'mCL H. 1654. Valde corpulentvs — Very fat ; a shower : — 
an Arabian [GESHEM], Neh. 6: 6. 

GS'tam. H.1609. Defatigatio maxima — Greatest fatigue; one 
puny and thin: — fourth son of Eliphaz, Gen. 36: 11. 

O&th. H.1661. Torcular — Wine-press: — a Philistine city 
[GITTITES], Josh. 13:3. 

(HKhr-hS'phSr. H.1662. Torcular; effosio— Wine-press; dig- 
ging up; wine-press of the well: — place in Palestine, 2 Kings 
14:25. 

Gfcth-rlm'mon. H.1667. Torcular; valde elatus — Wine-press; 
very high; wine-press of the pomegranate: — name of two 
places in Palestine, Josh. 21 : 25. 

Gtt'Sft. H.5804. Valida — Whole; complete; strong: — town in 
the S. W. of Palestine [AZZAH], Gen. 10: 19. 

O&'Sft. G.1048. Valida] firrm— -Sttox^N $sm\— ^ ^x^a^ 
fortress on the 8. boundary oi Pb&a^ \.tOfli»5\, festal** 



92 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

GS'z&th-Ites. H.5841. Inhabitants of Gaza; elsewhere 
Gazites, Josh. 13:3. 

GS'zSr. H.1507. Divisio — A dividing; a sentence; a por- 
tion:— place in Palestine [GEZER], 2 Sam. 5: 25. 

GS'zSz. H.1495. Abscisus — Cut off; shearer: — the name of 
two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2:46. 

GS'zItes. H.5841. Inhabitants of Gaza [GAZATHITES], 
Judg. 16:2. 

Gfiz'zam. H.1502. Violentissime avulsus — Most violently 
torn off; devourer: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2:48. 

GeT)&. H.1387. Cottis — A hill; hillock: — a place in Palestine 
[GABA], 1 Sam. 13:3. 

Gel)al. H.1380. Terminus — A boundary; a mountain: — a 
place in Phoenicia, Psa. 83:7. 

G5'b8r. H.1398. Vir fortis — A man of power; a valiant 
man: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Kings 4: 19. 

GSIrfm. H.1374. Fossae — Ditches; trenches; cisterns: — a 
place near Jerusalem, Isa. 10:31. 

G8d"&-U'ah. H.1436. Magnus fuit — He was great; Jah has 
become great: — name of five Israelites, 1 Chron. 25:3. 

GSd'g-on. G.1066. Caudex eximius — Distinguished stock; a 
great trunk of a tree: — Greek form of Gideon, Heb. 11: 32. 

Ge'dSr. H.1445. Saeptum — A hedge; a wall; circumvalla- 
tion: — a royal city of the Canaanites [GEDOR], Josh. 12: 13. 

Ge-dS'rah. H.1449. Saeptum — A place hedged in; inclosure; 
fold:— a town in lowlands of Judah [BETH-GADER], 
Josh. 15:36. 

G8d'6-rfith-Ite. H.1452. Native, or inhabitant of Gederah, 
1 Chron. 12:4. 

Ged'8-rlte. H.1451. Inhabitants of Geder or Gederah, 
1 Chron. 27:28. 

GS-de'rdth. H.1450. Saepta — Places hedged in; walls; sheep- 
cotes:—a place in Palestine [GEDERA&\, tafti. W. 4U 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 93 

G8d // e-r5th-a'im. H.1453. Saepta — Places hedged in; two 
sheep-folds: — a place in Palestine [GEDERAH], Josh. 15: 36. 

G5'd6r. H.1446. Saepimentum — A hedged place; wall; in- 
closure: — name of a place in Palestine, also of three Israelites 
[GEDER], Josh. 15:58. 

G8-hS'zI. H.1522. Valde efafos— Greatly exalte^; valley of 
vision: — messenger of Elisha, 2 Kings 4: 12. 

Q811-15th. H.1553. Circuit — Circles; circuits; regions: — a 
place in Palestine [GILGAL], Josh. 18: 17. 

GS-m&l'li. H.1582. Praemium Dei — Reward of God; camel- 
driver: — father of Ammiel, the Danite spy, Num. 13: 12. 

GSm'Vri'ah. H.1587. Perfetit Deus— God has perfected:— 
name of two Israelites, Jer. 36: 10. 

GSn-nSs'a-rSt. G.1082. Horti decern; hartus principis — Ten 
gardens; garden of the prince: — a lake and a plain in Pales- 
tine [CHINNERETH], Matt. 14:34. 

(jftn'tileg. H.1471. Gentes — Nations; foreigners: — name ap- 
plied in Old Testament to all people not Jewish, Gen. 10: 5. 

QSn'tileg. G.1672. Gentes — Nations: — Greek speaking per- 
sons, especially non- Jewish, John 7:35. 

Gfi-nu'bath. H.1592. SvMuctio furtiva — Taken by stealth; 
theft: — an Edomitish prince; son of Hadad, 1 Kings 11: 20. 

G5'r$* H. 1617. Protradio — Lengthening ; pilgrimage ; grain : — 
the name of six Israelites, Gen. 46: 21. 

Ge'r&r. H.1642. Peregrinatio — Sojourning; lodging-place; a 
rolling country: — a Philistine city, Gen. 20: 1. 

G8r'g8-sene§. G.1086. Argilla — Potter's earth; who come 
from pilgrimage: — inhabitant of Gergesa, Matt. 8:28. 

GBfl-zIm. H.1630. Abscissiones — Disruptions; cut up, i. e., 
rocky; waste land: — a mountain in Palestine, Deut. 11: 29. 

G8r'sh5m. H.1648. Expulsio violenta — Violent expulsion; 
banishment; exile: — name of four Israelites [GERSHON], 
Exod. 2: 22. 



94 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPE& NAMES 

GSr'shon. H.1647. Expvlsio violenta — Violent expulsion; 
exile:— eldest son of Levi [GERSHOM], Gen. 46: 11. 

GSr'shSn-ites. H.1649. Descendants of Gersbon; sons of 
Gershon, or Gershom, Num. 3:21. 

Ge'sh&m. H.1529. Grex magnus — A great flock; lumpy; 
filthy: — one of the sons of Jahdai, 1 Chron. 2:47. 

Ge'shem. H.1654. Plvma — Rain; springs; rivers: — an Ara- 
bian [GASHMU], Neh. 6: 1. 

GS'shtir. H.1650. Expvlsio — Banishment; to join; a bridge: — 
a province of Syria, 2 Sam. 3: 3. 

GSsh'u-rl. H.1651. Pons — A bridge : — inhabitants of Geshur, 
Deut. 3: 14. 

GSsh'u-rites. H.1651. A Geshurite, or inhabitants of 
Geshur, Josh. 12: 5. 

Ge'thSr. H.1666. Timor — Fear; valley of trial; dregs: — son 
of Aram, Gen. 10: 23. 

G$th-s8m'$-n$. G.1068. Torcular olivarum — Press for olives; 
oil-press; yielding: — a garden near Jerusalem, Matt. 26:36. 

GS-u'el. H.1345. Redemptus a Deo — Redeemed of God; 
majesty of God: — son of Machi, the Gadite spy, Num. 13: 15. 

Ge'zSr. H.1507. Abscissio — A cutting off; portion; a steep 
place; precipice: — place in Palestine [GAZER], 1 Kings 9: 16. 

GSz'rites. H.1511. A Gezerite or inhabitants of Gezer, 
1 Sam. 27:8. 

Gi'ah. H.1520. Eruptio — Issuing forth; fountain; to guide: — 
a place in Palestine, 2 Sam. 2: 24. 

GIb'bar. H.1402. Valde fortis — Very strong; manly; hero; 
warrior:— an Israelite [GIBEON], Ezra 2:20. 

Glb'be-thon. H.1405. Mansio excelsa — A high house; a 
height; hill: — a Levitical town of Dan, Josh. 19: 44. 

GIb'e-#. H.1388. Colli*— A hill; high ground:— a place in 
Palestine [GIBEAH], 1 Chron. 2: A&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 95 

<Hb'6-ah. H.1390. CoUi&—A hill:— the name of three places 
in Palestine [GIBEATH], Judg. 19: 12. 

Olb'e-ath. H.1394. Collis—A hill; hilliness:— a town of 
Benjamin [GIBEAH], Josh. 18:28. 

(Hb'6-ath-Ite. H.1395. Inhabitant of Gibeah, IChron. 12:3. 

GHb'g-on. H.1391. Collis magnus—A great hill; hilly; hill- 
city: — a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 14: 16. 

dlb'e-on-Ites". H.1393. Inhabitants of Gibeon, 2 Sam. 21 : 1. 

Otolites. H.1382. Inhabitants of Gebal, Josh. 13:5. 

GHd-<Ul'tL H.1437. Educavi — I have maintained; I have 
made great: — one of the sons of Heman, 1 Chron. 25: 4. 

GHd'deL H.1435. Magnificavit — He has made great; stout; 
giant: — one of the Nethinim; name of one of Solomon's 
servants, Ezra 2: 47. 

QId'$-on. H.1439. Caudex eximius — Great trunk of a tree; 
tree-feller, i. e., impetuous warrior: — an Israelite [GEDEON], 
Judg. 6: 11. 

GId"e-5'nL H.1441. Caudex eocimius — Great stock of a tree; 
a cutting-down; warlike: — father of Abidan, Num. 1: 11. 

Ql'dom. H.1440. Abscissio absolute — Complete cutting off; 
desolation: — a place near Rimmon, Judg. 20:45. 

SfllOII. H.1521. Magna irruptio — Great bursting into; 
irruption; stream :— name of a river of Eden, and a place 
near Jerusalem, Gen. 2: 13. 

GIT%-1&1. H.1562. Devolvit Dominus — God rolled over; 
dungy; weighty: — a musician at the consecration of the 
wall of Jerusalem, Neh. 12: 36. 

Qfl'M'ft. H.1533. Scaiurigo emanaiionis — A spring of flow- 
ing; fountain of ablution; bare mountain: — a mountain of 
Palestine [HAROD], 1 Sam. 28:4. 

Qfl'e-Sd. H. 1568. Scaiurigo perpetua — Spring perpetual ; heap 
of witness: — name of three Israelites, «3teo oi fc.ra©ssfc^* ^ 
Jordan, Gen. 31:23. 



96 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Gfl'e-Sd-Ites". H.1569. A Gileadite, or descendants of 
Gilead, Num. 26:29. 

Gfl'g&l. H.1537. Volvens continuo — Revolving continually; 
circle: — name of three places in Palestine [GELILOTH], 
Josh. 4: 19. 

Gi'loh. H.1542. Gavdium magnum — Great joy;' exile: — a 
town in the mountains of Judah, Josh. 15: 51. 

Ollo-nite. H.1526. Native of Giloh, 2 Sam. 15: 12. 

Glm'zd. H.1579. Sycomori — Sycamore-trees; producing syca- 
mores: — a place in Palestine, 2 Chron. 28: 18. 

Gi'nath. H.1527. Forma. Shape; a garden; protection: — 
father of Tibni, 1 Kings 16: 21. 

GIn'nS-thS. H.1599. Tectum — A roof; covering; gardener: — 
a priest who returned to Judea with Zerubbabel [GIN- 
NETHON], Neh. 12:4. 

GIn'nS-thon. H.1599. Tectum mansionis — Roof of a house; 
gardener: — a priest who sealed the covenant with Nehe- 
miah [GINNETHO], Neh. 10: 6. 

GIr'ga-shites. H.1622. One of the native tribes of Canaan; 
a Girgashite, Gen. 15:21. 

GIr'ga-site. H.1622. Revertem a peregrinatione — One who 
returns from pilgrimage; dweller in loamy soil: — [GIRGASH- 
ITES], Gen. 10: 16. 

GIs'pfc. H.1658. Blanditio — Soft attraction; flattery; caress; 
attentive listening: — an Israelite, Neh. 11:21. 

GIt'tah-he'phSr. H.1662. Fodire torcular— To dig a wine- 
press; wine-press of the well: — a place in Palestine [GATH- 
HEPHER], Josh. 19: 13. 

Glt'tgrlm. H.1664. Torcular — A wine-press; two wine- 
presses: — a place in Palestine [GATH], 2 Sam. 4: 3. 

GIt'tite. H.1663. Torcular — A wine-press: — one from Gath, 
2 Sam. 6: 10. 

GIt'tltes. H.1663. Inhabitants of Gath [GITTITE],Josh. 13: 8. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 97 

Glt'tlth. H.1665. Torcular— A wine-press: — a Gittite harp 
[GATH], Psa. 8: Title. 

Gl'zfr-nite. H.1493. Tondens — Shaving; quarry; pass; ford :— * 
one from Gizoh, 1 Chron. 11:34. 

Gd'ath. H.1601. Fatigatio — Fatigue; roaring; lowing: — a 
place near Jerusalem, Jer. 31:39. 

Q6b. H.1359. Fovea — A deep hole; cistern; pit: — a battle- 
field in Palestine, 2 Sam. 21 : 18. 

Q5d. H.430. Optimum Maximus Deus — God; the Supreme 
Being; Good; Elohim:— [JEHOVAH], Gen. 1:1. 

G8g« H.1463. Extensio — Extension; covering; mountain: — 
name of an Israelite, also a nation, [MAGOG], 1 Chron. 5: 4. 

G8S- G.1136. Extensio; tectum — Extension; covering: — sym- 
bolic name for some future Antichrist [MAGOG], Rev. 20: 8. 

GS'lan. H.1474. Emigratio magna — Great emigration; exile; 
captive: — a refuge city in Bashan, Deut. 4:43. 

G51'g6-thft. G.1115. Calvariae locus — Place of a skull: — the 
spot where Jesus was crucified [CALVARY], Matt. 27:33. 

G6-lI'ath. H.1555. Magnus — Great; thick; fat; exile: — a 
Philistine giant who defied the armies of Israel, 1 Sam. 
17:4. 

05'mer. H.1586. Perfectio — Perfection; completion; con- 
suming:— name of a son of Japheth and of a Hebrewess, 
Gen. 10:2. 

G6-m5r'rah. H.6017. Copia aquae — Abundance of water; 
submersion; a ruined heap: — place in Palestine, Gen. 10: 19. 

G6-m5r'rh&. G.1116. Copia aquae — Abundance of water: — 
a place near the Dead Sea, Matt. 10: 15. 

Gd'shen. H.1657. Lorica — Coat of mail; drawing near; 
rain: — name of a place in Egypt and of two places in Pales- 
tine, Josh. 10:41. 

Gd'zan. H.1470. Magnus secando — Great by cutting; 
quarry: — a province of Assyria, 2 Kings 17;6» 



98 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Gre'gia. H.3120. Mollis— Tender; soft; effervescing:— [GRE- 
CIAN, GREECE and JAVAN], Dan. 8:21. 

Grecians. G.1675. A Greek-speaking person; a Hellenist; 
one from Greece, Acts 6:1. 



H.3120. Effervescent — Effervescing, i. e., hot and 
active:— country in S. E. Europe [GRECIA], Zech. 9: 13. 

Greek. G.1674. Advena — A stranger: — non-Jewish [GRE- 
CIAN], Mark 7: 26. 

Gfid'go-dah. H.1412. Puteus mutiae aquae— Well of much 
water; cleft; incision: — place in the desert [HOR-HAGID- 
GAD], Deut. 10:7. 

Gu'nl. H.1476. Similitudo — Resemblance; colored; dyed; 
protected: — name of two Israelites, Gen. 46:24. 

Gu'nites. H.1477. Descendants of Guni, son of Naphtali, 
Num. 26:48. 

Gtlr. H.1483. Commoratio — A place of abode; a cub still 
abiding in the lair: — place in Palestine, 2 Kings 9: 27. 

Gtir-ba'al. H.1485. Commoratio Baalis — Abode of Baal: — 
a place in Arabia attacked by Uzziah, 2 Chron. 26: 7. 

Ha"a-hfish'ta-ri. H.326. Currens — One who runs; the mes- 
senger; courier: — son of Ashur by Naarah, 1 Chron. 4:6. 

Ha-ba'iah. H.2252. Texti Dominus — The Lord covered or 
protected: — an Israelite, Ezra 2:61. 

Ha-b&k'ktik. H.2265. AmpUxus contimms — Continual em- 
bracing: — one of the minor prophets, Hab. 1:1. 

H&b"&-zl-ni'ah. H.2262. Texit clipeo Dominus— God cov- 
ered with a shield; God's light: — a Rechabite, Jer. 35:3. 

Ha'bdr. H.2249. Qui associatur — Who is associated; united : — 
a river of Assyria, a tributary of the Euphrates, 2 Kings 
17:6. 

H&ch-a-li'&h. H.2446. Exspectatio Domini — Hoping in God; 
whose eyes Jehovah enlivens: — fatYvei oi^^fcxoi^iStalu 1: 1. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 99 

HSchl-lah. H.2444. Obscuritas — Obscurity; darksome: — a 
hill in Palestine, near Ziph, where David hid from Saul, 
1 Sam. 23:19. 

H4ch'm6-ni. H.2453. Prudens— Wise; skilled:— a Hach- 
monite, 1 Chron. 27 : 32. 

H4ch'm6-nlte. H.2453. Family to which Jehiel and Jasho- 
beam belonged, 1 Chron. 11: 11. 

HS'dSd. H.1908. Potens — Powerful; mighty: — name of an 
idol and of several kings of Edom, Gen. 36:35. 

HSd"ftd-e'z8r . H. 1909. Hadadi auxilium— Help of Hadad :— 
a Syrian king [HADAREZER], 2 Sam. 8: 3. 

H&'d&d-rlm'mon. H.1910. Ruptura malogranati — Rending 
of the pomegranate: — spot of mourning for Josiah, Zech. 
12: 11. 

H&'dar. H.1924. Reveritus — Revered; honored; esteemed; 
magnificence: — an Edomite, Gen. 36:39. 

HSd"ar-e'z8r« H.1928. Hadadi auxilium — The assistance of 
Hadad:— a Syrian king [HADADEZER], 2 Sam. 10: 16. 

HftcTa-shah. H.2322. Nova— New; new city:— a town in 
the lowlands of Judah [NEAPOLIS], Josh. 15:37. 

Ha-d&s'&ah. H.1919. Myrtus — A myrtle: — Hebrew name of 
Esther, Esth. 2:7. 

H&'dld. H.2307. Acutus — Sharp; a peak; rejoicing: — a place 
in Palestine [ADITHAIM], Ezra 2: 33. 

HSdl$-L H.231 1 . Dersertus a Domino — Forsaken of the Lord ; 
idle: — an Ephraimite, father of Amasa, 2 Chron. 28: 12. 

Ha-d5'ram. H.1913. Decus excelsum — Distinguished honor; 
exalted; power: — name of a son of Joktan and of a son of 
Tou [ADONIRAM and ADORAM], Gen. 10:27. 

Hft'dr&ch. H.2317. Rotunditas — Roundness; periodical re- 
turn of the sun: — a Syrian district, Zech. 9:1. 

Hft'ff&b. H.2285. Cicada— A grasshopper, Vkns&»\ \*ss&*— 
one of the Nethinim [HAGABA1, Ezia 7,-A^. 



100 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Hag'fc-bfc. H.2286. Cicada — A grasshopper; locust: — one of 
the Nethinim [HAGAB], Neh. 7: 48. 

H5g'$,-bah. H.2286. Cicada — A grasshopper; locust: — one of 
the Nethinim [HAGABA], Ezra 2:45. 

Ha'gar. H.1904. Meridies — Mid-day; flight; a stranger; that 
fears: — mother of Ishmael [AGAR], Gen. 16: 1. 

HS'gar-eneg. H.1905. Fugiens — Fugitive: — descendants of 
Hagar, Psa. 83:6. 

Ha'gar-Ites. H.1905. Fugiens — Fugitive: — descendants of 
Hagar, 1 Chron. 5: 10. 

HSg'8-rite. H.1905. Fugiens— Fugitive: — descendant of Ha- 
gar; name applied to Jaziz, 1 Chron. 27: 31. 

HSg'ga-i. H.2292. Exmtiatio Domini— Joy of the Lord; fes- 
tive: — one of the minor prophets [HAGGI], Hag. 1:1. 

HSg-ge'rL H.1905. Fugiens — Fugitive; wanderer: — descend- 
ant of Hagar [HAGERITE], 1 Chron. 11:38. 

HSg'gL H.2291. Gaudium summum — Very great joy; fes- 
tive: — second son of Gad [HAGGAI], Gen. 46: 16. 

HSg-gi'ah. H.2293. Exsultatio Domini— Joy of the Lord; 
festival of Jah: — a Merarite Levite [HAGGAI], 1 Chron. 
6:30. 

HSg'gttes. H.2291. A Gadite family sprung from Haggi, 
Num. 26: 15. 

HSg'glth. H.2294. Gaudium — Joy; festive; a dancer: — one of 
David's wives, the mother of Adonijah, 2 Sam. 3:4. 

Hal. H.5857. Curvitas — Crookedness: — ancient form of Ai, 
Gen. 12:8. 

Hfik'ka-t&n. H.6997. Parvus— Small; little:— father of 
Johanan, Ezra 8: 12. 

HikTcSz. H.6976. Spina — Thorn:— priest of the seventh 
course [KOZ and COZ], 1 Chron. 24: 10. 

Ba-kQ'ph%. H.2709. Amplexus— Embracing; crooked; bent:— 
one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2: 51. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 101 

Halah. H.2477. Tabula humida — Moist tablet; moist sur- 
face: — a region of Assyria, 2 Kings 17: 6. 



HSl&k. H.2510. Glaber — Smooth; bald; bare: — a mountain 
of Idumaea, Josh. 11: 17. 

H&ThtU. H.2478. Trepidatio — Trepidation; fear; grief; con- 
torted: — town in the mountains of Judah, Josh. 15:58. 

HSU. H.2482. Ornamentum — Ornament; precious stone; a 
trinket as polished: — boundary town of Asher, Josh. 19: 25. 

HU-151l8sh. H.3873. Mussitator — A mutterer; enchanter: — 
co-covenanter with Nehemiah [HALOHESH], Neh. 10:24. 

Ha-15liesh. H.3873. Mvssitaior — A mutterer; enchanter: — 
father of Shallum [HALLOHESH], Neh. 3: 12. 

Hftm. H.2526. Niger — Black; crafty; hot: — name of a son 
of Noah; father of the Hamite races, Gen. 5: 32. 

HS'man. H.2001. Unicus — Unique; magnificent; splendid; 
tumult; troubling: — vizier of King Ahasuerus, Esth. 3: 1. 

HS'math. H.2574. Praesidium — A garrison; a wall; fortress; 
citadel:— a place in Syria [HEMATH], Num. 13: 21. 

H&m'fc-thlte. H.2577. Native of Chamath; one from Ha- 
math, 1 Chron. 1 : 16. 

Ha'm&th-zd'bah. H.2578. Munimentum; depressio — A 
fortification; pressing down; warning; fortress of Zobah: — 
a town taken by Solomon, 2 Chron. 8: 3. 

H&m'm&th. H.2575. Thermae — A bath; warm springs: — a 
fortified city in Naphtali [HAMMON], Josh. 19:35. 

H&m-m8d'$-th&. H.4099. Geminus — A twin; measure; 
given by the god Horn: — father of Haman, Esth. 3:1. 

H&m'me-18ch. H.4429. Bex— The king; counselor: — the 
name of two Israelites, Jer. 36: 26. 

H&m-m51'8-k8th. H.4447. Regina — A queen: — an Israel- 
itess, daughter of Machir and sister of Gilead, 1 Chron, 

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102 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

HSm'mSn. H.2540. Thermae magnae — A great bath; warm 
springs; sunny: — name of two places in Palestine, Josh. 
19:28. 

HSm'moth-ddr. H.2576. Thermae Dorae— -Baths, i. e., hot 
springs, of Dor; warm springs dwelling: — place in Palestine, 
Josh. 21 : 32. 

Ha-m5'nah. H.1997. Turba magna — A great multitude: — 
fanciful name of a place in Palestine, Ezek. 39: 16. 

Ha'mon-g5g. H.1996. Alumnus; extensio — Foster child; ex- 
tension; Gog's multitudes: — burial place of Gog and his forces, 
Ezek. 39: 15. 

HS'mor. H.2544. Asinus — An ass; clay; wine: — father of 
Shechem [EMMOR], Gen. 33: 19. 

Ha-mu'el. H.2536. Commiseratio Dei— The pity of God; 
wrath of God; God is sun: — son of Mishma, 1 Chron. 4: 26. 

HS'mtU. H.2538. Cui parcitum est — He who has been spared; 
pitied: — younger son of Pharez, Gen. 46: 12. 

HS'mtU-ites. H.2539. Descendants of Hamul; a family of 
Judah, Num. 26:21. 

Ha-mu'tal. H.2537. Soceri ros— The dew of a father-in- 
law; kinsman of the dew: — an Israelites, 2 Kings 23:31. 

Ha-nSm'e-el. H.2601. Misericors est Deus — God is merci- 
ful; God is a rock or safety: — son of Shallum [HANANEEL], 
Jer. 32: 7. 

Ha/nan. H.2605. Gratis dedit — He gave gratuitously ; favored ; 
merciful: — name of seven Israelites, 1 Chron. 9:44. 

Ha-n&n'e-el. H.2606. Gratis Urgitus est Deus— God has be- 
stowed gratuitously; God has favored: — name of a tower 
in the wall of Jerusalem, Zech. 14: 10. 

Ha-na'ni. H.2607. Gratiose donavit me — He has graciously 
given me:— name of sis Israelites, 1 Chron. 25: 4. 

H&n"a-ni'ah. H.2608. Gratiose dedit Dominus — The Lord 
has graciously given: — the name of thirteen Israelites, 
1 Chron. 25:23. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 103 

HS'nSs. H.2609. Proscriptio gratiae — Banishment of grace : — 
a place in Egypt near Zoan [TAHPANHES], Isa. 30: 4. 

HSnl-el. H.2592. Donum Dei— The gift of God:— a son of 
Ulla, and chieftain of Asher [HANNIEL], 1 Chron. 7:39. 

H&n'nah. H.2584. Donum gratuitum — Free gift; grace or 
prayer: — mother of Samuel [ANNA], 1 Sam. 1 : 2. 

Hftn'n^-thon. H.2615. Donum eximium — Precious gift; 
graciously regarded: — a city of Zebulun, Josh. 19: 14. 

H&n'nl-el. H.2592. Gratia Dei—Favor, i. e., grace, of God:— 
son of Ephod, and prince of Manasseh, Num. 34: 23. 

H&'noch. H.2585. Consecratus — Dedicated; initiated: — a son 
of Midian [ENOCH], Gen. 25:4. 

HS'noch-Ites. H.2599. The descendants of Hanoch, Num. 
26:5. 

H&'nttn. H.2586. Gratis dolus — Given freely; merciful; gra- 
ciously regarded: — name of an Ammonite and of two Israel- 
ites, 2 Sam. 10: 1. 

H&ph-r&lm. H.2663. Puiei gemini — Twin wells; double 
pit: — a city of Issachar, Josh. 19: 19. 

HS'r$. H.2024. Mons — A mountain; mountainous land: — a 
region of Media [HARAN], 1 Chron. 5:26. 

H&r'grdah. H.2732. Terror magnus — Great fear; anxiety; 
trembling: — an Israelite encampment, Num. 33: 24. 

HS'ran. H.2039. Valde nobilis — Very noble; hilly; moun- 
tainous; parched: — name of two men [CHARRAN], Gen. 
11:26. 

HS'ran. H.2771. Aridus — Parched; dry: — son of Caleb by 
Ephah; place where Abram migrated, 1 Chron. 2: 46. 

Ha'r&-rlte. H.2043. Homo montanus — Mountaineer: — three 
of David's guard so called, 2 Sam. 23: 11. 

Har-b5'n$. H.2726. Valde bellicosus — Very warlike; ass- 
driver: — a eunuch of Ahasuerus [HARBONAH], Esth, 
i • in 



104 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

HSr-b5'nah. H.2726. Valde bellicosus— Very warlike; his 
sword:— [HARBONA], Esth. 7: 9. 

HS'reph. H.2780. CaniurneliosiLS — Reproachful; plucking 
off; to expose as by stripping: — a son of Caleb and father 
of Beth-gader, 1 Chron. 2:51. 

Ha'reth. H.2802. Absczssio — Cutting off; thicket; forest: — 
a thicket in Palestine, where David fled from Saul, 1 Sam. 
22:5. 

H8r"ha-rah. H.2736. Ira accensus est Deu&— God is kindled 
with anger; fearing Jah; Jah is protecting: — father of Uzziel, 
Neh. 3:8. 

HSrlias. H.2745. Egestas absoluta — Complete poverty; 
shining; glittering: — an ancestor of Shallum [HASRAH], 
2 Kings 22: 14. 

HSr'htir. H.2744. Aestus maximus — The greatest heat; in- 
flammation: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2:51. 

HS'rim. H.2766. Commiseratio — Compassion; flat-nosed: — 
priestly head of third course, 1 Chron. 24: 8. 

Ha'riph. H.2756. Phma autumnalis — Autumnal rain; one 
early-born: — the name of two Israelites [JORAH], Neh. 
7:24. 

HBr'ng-phSr. H.2774. Fremens — Making a noise; snorting 
or panting: — son of Zophah, 1 Chron. 7:36. 

HS'rod. H.5878. Trejndaiio — Fear; astonishment; fountain 
of trembling: — spring near Jezreel [GILBOA], Judg. 7: 1. 

Ha'rod-Ite. H.2733. The designation of two of David's 
valiant men, Shammah and Elikah, 2 Sam. 23:25. 

H&r'5-6h. H.7204. Respicit — He looked upon; seer; 
prophet:— son of Shobal [REAIAH], 1 Chron. 2:52. 

HS'rS-rite. H.2033. The title given to Shammoth, one of 
David's valiant men, 1 Chron. 11:27. 

H&-ro'sheth. H.2800. Fdbricatura — Workmanship; handi- 
praft; city of crafts : — a city in the "N . oi Caxvaax^ Jud^ 4 : 2. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 105 

Har'sh$. H.2797. Magus — Magician; enchanter; worker; 
hidden: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2: 52. 

HS'rum. H.2037. Elatus— High; exalted; throwing down 
from a height: — father of Aharhel, 1 Chron. 4: 8. 

Ha-rtt'maph. H.2739. Simus— Flat-nosed; snub-nosed:— 
father of Jedaiah, Neh. 3: 10. 

HSr'H-phlte. H.2741. Descendants of Haruph or Hariph; 
designation of Shephatiah, 1 Chron. 12: 5. 

H&'ruz. H.2743. Acer— Sharp; cutting off; valley of de- 
cision; eager; active: — father of Meshullemeth, 2 Kings 
21:19. 

H&s''$-di'ah. H.2619. Misericors fuit — He was merciful; 
whom Jehovah loves: — an Israelite [HASHUBAH], 1 Chron. 
3:20. 

Hfts"$-nu'ah. H.5574. Lumen— Light; pointed; bristling:— 
a Benjamite [SENUAH], 1 Chron. 9:7. 

Hftsh'Vbl'ah. h.2811. Colligavit Deus— God has bound; 
Jehovah regards: — the name of nine Israelites, 1 Chron. 9: 14. 

Ha-shib'nah. H.2812. Aedificavit Deus— God built in- 
ventiveness; a co-covenanter with Nehemiah [HASHABIAH], 
Neh. 10:25. 

H&8h"&b-ni'ah. H.2813. Aedificavit Deus— God built; 
silence of God; thought of Jah: — name of two Israelites 
[HASHABIAH], Neh. 3: 10. 

H&8h-b&d'$-n9. H.2806. Cingrdum linteum eximium — 
Choice linen girdle; thoughtful judge: — assistant to Ezra, 
Neh. 8:4. 

H&'shem. H.2044. Nominatus — Named ; putting to ; wealthy; 
fat: — his sons were of David's guard, 1 Chron 11: 34. 

Hfah-mO'nah. H.2832. Pinguedo magna — Great fatness; 
. fertile:— a desert station [HESHMON], Num. 33: 29. 

HS'shub. H.2815. Reveiitus — Esteemed; intelligent; in- 
formed; thinking: — name of two Isxafe\ites> ^iS^SK®^ 
Neh, 3: 11. 



106 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ha-shu'bah. H.2807. CoUigatio — Binding; estimation; es- 
teemed:— an Israelite [HASADIAH], 1 Chron. 3:20. 

Ha'shum. H.2828. Magnus — Great; silence; rich; opulent; 
enriched: — name of two Israelites, Ezra 2: 19. 

Ha-shu'pha. H.2817. Nuditas — Nakedness; stripped: — one 
of the Nethinim [HASUPHA], Neh. 7:46. 

HSs'rah. H.2641. Egestas— Poverty ; want:— father of Tik- 
vath [HARHAS], 2 Chron. 34: 22. 

H&s"s8-n&'ah. H.5574. Acutus— Pointed; the thorny:— his 
sons built the fishgate [SENAAH], Neh. 3:3. 

H&s'shub. H.2815. Valde aestimatus — Much esteemed; 
intelligent; thinking: — name of two Israelites [HASHUB], 
1 Chron. 9:14. 

Ha-su'ph$. H.2817. Exhaustio — Exhaustion; nakedness: — 
one of the Nethinim [HASHUPHA], Ezra 2:43. 

HS't&ch. H.2047. Donum — A gift; verity; he that strikes: — 
a Persian eunuch, Esth. 4: 5. 

Ha'th&th. H.2867. Terror — Fear; dismay; casting down: — 
a son of Othniel, 1 Chron. 4: 13. 

H&tl-pha. H.2412. Iniuria — Injury; robbery; seized; cap- 
tive: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2:64. 

H&tl-t&. H.2410. Coniunctio — Joining; binding of sin; dig- 
ging; exploring: — a temple porter, Ezra 2: 42. 

H&t'til. H.2411. Inquietatio — Uneasiness; wavering; fluctu- 
ating: — one of the descendants of "Solomon's servants," 
Ezra 2: 57. 

H&t'tfish. H.2407. Extensio — Extension; enlargement; for- 
saking sin; assembled: — name of four Israelites, Ezra 
8:2. 

Hftu'ran. H.2362. Valde albus — Very white; cavernous:— t& 
region E. of the Jordan, Ezek. 47: 16. 

H&v'l-lah. H.2341. Commotio — Trouble; pain; circle: — 
name of two regions; also of two men., Gen. \ft\l. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 107 

Ha'voth-j&'ir. H.2334. Pagi illuminantes— Villages en- 
lightening; hamlets of Jair: — a group of villages E. of Jordan, 
Num. 32:41. 

HSz'a-el. H.2371. Aspexit Deus — God beheld, or has seen, 
i. e., cares for: — a king of Damascus, 2 Kings 8: 8. 

Ha-Z&'iah. H.2382. Dominus vidit— God beheld; Jah has 
seen: — a descendant of Shelah, son of Judah, Neh. 11:5. 

HS'zar-Sd'dar. H.2692. Villa Addaris— Village of Addar:— 
a landmark on the S. boundary of Palestine [HAZOR and 
ADAR], Num. 34:4. 

H&'zar-e'nan. H.2704. Villa fontis magni— Village of the 
great fountain; village of springs: — a landmark on the 
N. E. boundary of Palestine, Num. 34: 9. 

HS'zar-gSd'dah. H.2693. Villa turbae— The village of the 
multitude; village of fortune: — a town in the extreme S. of 
Judah, Josh. 15:27. 

Hfi/zar-hit'tl-con. H.2694. Villa media— Middle village:— 
a place on the N. boundary of Palestine, Ezek. 47: 16. 

H&'zar-m&'veth. H.2700. Prcypinqua Suit mors — Death was 
near; court of death: — a son of Joktan, Gen. 10: 26. 

HS'zar-shu'al. H.2705. Villa lupi— Village of the wolf; 
jackal inclosure: — a town in the S. of Judah, allotted to 
Simeon, Josh. 15:28. 

HS'zar-SU'sah. H.2701. Villa equi, vel equitum— Village of 
the horse, or of cavalry: — a town in extreme S. of Judah, 
allotted to Simeon, Josh. 19:5. 

HS'zar-SU'sim. H.2702. Villa equorum— Villages of the 
horses; court of the horses: — a town in extreme S. of Judah, 
allotted to Simeon, 1 Chron. 4:31. 

H&z'$-zon-ta'mar. H.2688. Appropinqvatio amaritudinis — 
Drawing near to bitterness; pruning of the palm: — a place 
in Palestine, 2 Chron. 20: 2. 

H&z"g-I81-P5'ni* H.6753. biberatio Dtivw^^^&'^-^x*- 
hvemnce of God looking on me: — an\st&J$&£«&A ^SoRra^:.^^' 



108 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

H$-ze'rim. H.2699. Pagi — Country villages; inclosures; 
courts: — settlement of Avim in S. W. of Palestine, Deut. 
2:23. 

Ha-zS'roth. H.2698. Villae— Villages; yards:— Israelite en- 
campment where Miriam was struck with leprosy, Num. 
11:35. 

H&z'e-zon-t&'mar. H.2688. Copiosa succissio palmae — 
Copious cutting of the palm-tree: — a place in Palestine 
[EN-GEDI], Gen. 14:7. 

H&'zl-el. H.2381. Aspectus Dei — Seeing of God; vision of 
God: — a Gershonite Levite, 1 Chron. 23:9. 

H£/z5. H.2375. Aspectus — Sight; prophesying; seer: — a son 
of Nahor by Milcah, Gen. 22: 22. 

Ha'zdr. H.2674. Saeptus — Inclosed; village; castle: — the 
name of two places in Palestine and one in Arabia, Josh. 
15:23. 

HSltfr. H.2268. Consociatio — Fellowship; a passenger; com- 
munity: — name of a Kenite and of three Israelites [EBER], 
Gen. 46: 17. 

HST)8r. G.1443. Tran&itus — A passing over; companion: — 
name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3:35. 

HS'bSr-Ites. H.2277. Afilio Brioe— From the son of Bria:— 
descendants of Heber, Num. 26:45. 

HS'brew. H.5680. Ulterior fluvii ripa — Further bank of a 
river: — a descendant of Eber; a name applied to Abram, 
Gen. 14: 13. 

HS'brew-fiss. H.5680. A Hebrew woman, Jer. 34: 9. 

HS'brews. H.5680. Ulterior fluvii ripa — Opposite side of the 
river:— descendants of Eber, Gen. 40: 15. 

Hebrews. G.1445. Transitu^ — Passing beyond; a region 
across: — the Jews of Palestine, Acts 6: 1. 

HST>ron. H.2275. Consociatio firma — Sure alliance; con- 
junction :—name of a place in Palestine and of two Israelites. 
^srod 6: 18. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 109 

HS'bron-ites. H.2276. Descendants of Hebron, the son of 
Kohath, Num. 3 : 27. 

H8g'$-»L H.1896. Spina; rvbus — Thorn; brier; grooming: — 
one of the chamberlains of the court of Ahasuerus, Esth. 2: 8. 

H5'g5. H.1896. Spina; rvbus — Thorn; brier: — one of the 
chamberlains of the court of Ahasuerus [HEGAI], Esth. 2: 3. 

HSlah. H.2458. Robigo — Rust; disease; scum: — one of the 
two wives of Ashur, 1 Chron. 4 : 5. 

HS'lam. H.2431. Exercitus magnus — A great army; fortress; 
dreams: — a place E. of Jordan, 2 Sam. 10: 16. 

H81T)ah. H.2462. Pingueda— Fatness; fertility:— a town of 
Ashur, from which the Canaanites were not expelled, Judg. 
1:31. 

HBFbon. H.2463. Valde pingus— Very fat; fruitful; milk:— 
wine-producing neighborhood in Syria, Ezek. 27 : 18. 

H81'd&-1. H.2469. Crassus— Thick; fleshy; worldly; endur- 
ing; long-lived: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 27: 15. 

HSlSb. H.2460. Obesus — Fat; fatness: — son of Baanah; one 
of David's valiant men, 2 Sam. 23: 29. 

H918d. H.2466. Obems — Brawny; fleshy; the world as 
transient:— [HELEB], 1 Chron. 11:30. 

HS'lek. H.2507. Portio — A portion; possession: — second son 
of Gilead, Num. 26: 30. 

HSlek-Ites. H.2516. The family descended from Helek, 
Num. 26:30. 

HSIem. H.2494. Contusfio— Battering; bruising; strength: — 
name of two Israelites [HELDAI], 1 Chron. 7: 35. 

HS'leph. H.2501. Transitus — Passing over; changing; place 
of rushes: — a boundary town of Naphtali, Josh. 19:33. 

HSlez. H.2503. Ereptus — Delivered; armed; strength: — the 
name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 39. 

HSU. G.2242. Grandis — Lofty; high*, aarexd5^\^i&&« ^ 
Joseph, the husband of Mary, Luke %\7&. 



110 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

H8rk&-I. H.2517. Partio Domini— The Lord's portion; 
apportioned: — a priest of the family of Meraioth, Neh. 12: 15. 

HSl'k&th. H.252D. Partio — A portion; dividing; smoothness; 
a field: — boundary town of Asher [HUKOK], Josh. 19: 25. 

H51 /r k&th-haz'za*-rlm. H.2521. Ager acierum— Field of 
sharp swords; bareness of rocks: — place in Palestine, scene 
of conflict between Abner's and Joab's men, 2 Sam. 2: 16. 

He'lon. H.2497. Valde strenuus — Very persevering, or 
brave; strong: — father of Eliab, Num. 1:9. 

He'mam. H. 1967. TumuMus — Commotion ; raging : — a son of 
Lotan [HOMAM], Gen. 36:22. 

He'man. H.1968. Turba magna — Great multitude; faith- 
ful: — name of at least two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2:6. 

He'm&th. H.2574. Praesidium — A garrison; a wall: — a place 
in Syria [HAMATH], 1 Chron. 2: 55. 

HSm'dan. H.2533. Valde ruf us — Very red; pleasant: — eldest 
son of Dishon, Gen. 36: 26. 

HSn. H.2581. Donum gratuitum — Free gift; grace; favor; 
rest: — son of Zephaniah, Zech. 6: 14. 

H@'n$. H.2012. Turbans — Troubling; low ground: — a city of 
Mesopotamia, subdued by Assyrians, Isa. 37: 13. 

H8n'$-dfid. H.2582. Gratiam exhibuit — He showed favor; 
favor of Hadad: — an Israelite, his sons returned, Ezra 3:9. 

He'noch. H.2585. Conseeratus — Consecrated; initiated; dis- 
ciplined:— [HANOCH and ENOCH], 1 Chron. 1:3. 

He'phSr. H.2660. Effosio putei— Digging of the well; pit; 
well: — place in Palestine; also name of three Israelites, 
Num. 26:32. 

He'phSr-Ites. H.2662. The family of Hepher, the son of 
Gilead, a branch of Manasseh, Num. 26:32. 

H8ph'zl-bah. H.2657. In qua delectatio mea est — In whom 
is my delight: — mother of Manasseh; name to be borne by 
restored Jerusalem, Isa. 62 : 4. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 111 

H8'r5g. H.2776. Magus — A magician; an earthen pot; the 
sun; shining: — a mountain in Palestine [BETHSHEMESH], 
Judg. 1:35. 

HS'resh. H.2792. Aratio — Tillage; to scratch; engrave; an 
artificer: — a Levite, 1 Chron. 9: 15. 

HSr'mas. G.2057. Mercurius — Mercury: — a Christian at 
Rome to whom Paul sent greetings [HERMES], Rom. 16: 14. 

HSr'mes* G.2060. Mercurius; refugium — Mercury; refuge: — • 
one of the seventy disciples, according to tradition 
[MERCURIUS], Rom. 16: 14. 

H8r-m5& / e-»n5g. G.2061. Mercurio genitus — Begotten of Mer- 
cury: — an apostate Christian, 2 Tim. 1: 15. 

HSr'mdn. H.2768. Propugnaculum firmum — A sure fortress; 
abrupt; a rugged mountain: — a mount in Palestine, Deut. 3 : 8. 

HSr'mon-Ites. H.2769. The Hermons, i. e., the three sum- 
mits of Mount Hermon, Psa. 42 : 6. 

HBr'Sd. G.2264. Herois filius — Son of a hero; mount of 
pride: — name of four Jewish kings, Matt. 2: 1. 

HS-rO'dl-ang. G.2265. Sectatores Herodis — Partisans of 
Herod; of the sect of Herod, Matt. 22: 16. 

H5-r6'dI-as. G.2266. Herois filia — Daughter of a hero: — 
daughter of Aristobulus; sister of Agrippa I, Matt. 14: 3. 

H$-r5'dI-on. G.2267. Heroibus similium imitator — Imita- 
tion of heroes: — kinsman of Paul, Rom. 16: 11. 

HS'sed. H.2618. Gratia — Grace; favor; kindness; mercy: — 
father of one of Solomon's commissaries, 1 Kings 4: 10. 

Htshlrtn. H.2809. Ligatio firma — Firm binding; strong; 
reason; intelligence: — place E. of Jordan, Num. 21: 25. 

HSsh'mdn. H.2829. Valde pinguis — Very fat; opulent; 
hasty messenger: — a place in Palestine [HASHMONAH], 
Josh. 15:27. 

H8th. H.2845. Terror magnus — Great fear ; dread\ teTOsr— 
progenitor of the Hittites, Gen. 10: 15. 



112 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

HSthlon. H.2855. Involutio tuta — Safe wrapping ; enswathed ; 
hiding-place: — a place in Palestine, Ezek. 47: 15. 

H8z'e-ki. H.2395. Robur — Strength: — one of the sons of 
Elpaal [HEZEKIAH], 1 Chron. 8: 17. 

H8z-6-ki'ah. H.2396. Robur Domini— Strength of God:— 
name of king of Judah, also of two Israelites, 2 Kings 
16:20. 

H@'zI-on. H.2383. Aspectus gratiosus — Gracious sight; vi- 
sion: — a king of Syria, 1 Kings 15: 18. 

HS'zir. H.2387. Aspectus irduitus — Insight; intuition; pro- 
tected: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 24: 15. 

H8z'r$-i. H.2695. Munimentum Domini — Bulwark of the 
Lord; inclosed: — one of David's guard [HEZRO], 2 Sam. 
23:35. 

H8z'r6. H.2695. Saeptum — Inclosure: — an Israelite, see 
Hezrai, 1 Chron. 11:37. 

HSz'ron. H.2696. Locus firmiter vaUatus — A place securely 
trenched; court-yard: — name of a place, also of two Israelites 
[ESROM], Gen. 46:9. 

HSz'ron-Ites. H.2697. Descendants of Hezron, a son of 
Reuben; descendants of Hezron, a son of Pharez, Num. 
26:6. 

HId'd$-I. H.1914. Beneficium Dei — Goodness of God; 
mighty; chief: — one of David's guard, 2 Sam. 23: 30. 

HId'dg-keL H.2313. Celeriter fluens — Quick flowing; an in- 
flux; sharp voice or sound: — one of the rivers of Eden, 
Gen. 2: 14. 

Hi'el. H.2419. Deus vivit — God lives; God is animation: — 
a native of Bethel [JEHIEL], 1 Kings 16: 34. 

HT'g-r&p'o-Us. G.2404. Sanda urbs—A holy city: — a city 
of Phrygia on the Meander near Colossae, Col. 4: 13. 

£B&-£&'ion. H.1902. Meditatio — Meditation; murmur or 
gentle sound: — musical pause for me&ta\*\wi, ^sa,. ^\\^. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 113 

Hi'len. H.2432. Mansio commorationis — The abode of tarry- 
ing; place of caves; fortress: — a Levitical city in Judah 
[HOLON], 1 Chron. 6:58. 

Hfl-kl'ah. H.2518. Portio Domini— The portion of the 
Lord: — the name of eight Israelites, 2 Kings 18: 18. 

HAlel. H.1985. Laus — Praise: — father of Abdon, judge of 
Israel, Judg. 12: 13. 

HIn'nom. H.2011. Lamentatio — Sorrow; lamentation; full 
of goodness: — a narrow valley S. and W. of Jerusalem, Josh. 
15:8. 

HTrah. H.2437. Genus nobile — A noble race; liberty: — an 
Adullamite, the friend of Judah, Gen. 38: 1. 

HTram. H.2438. Nobilissimus— Most noble ; height of life : — 
name of two Tyrians [HURAM], 2 Sam. 5: 11. 

HIt'tltes. H.2850. Ruptus — Broken asunder: — descendants 
of Heth, second son of Canaan, Deut. 20: 17. 

Hi'vites. H.2340. Pagani — Peasants; wicked; a villager: — 
descendants of Canaan, Exod. 3: 8. 

fflz-kl'ah. H.2396. Vis Dei— The strength of God:— an 
ancestor of Zephaniah [HEZEEIAH], Zeph. 1: 1. 

fflz-kl'jah. H.2396. Vis Dei— The strength of God:— a co- 
covenanter with Nehemiah [HEZEKIAH], Neh. 10: 17. 

H6T)ftb. H.2246. Dilectus valde — Much beloved ; cherished : — 
brother-in-law of Moses, Num. 10: 29. 

Ho'b&h. H.2327. Latibulum — A cave, or hiding-place; 
love: — a place in Syria, Gen. 14: 15. 

H6d. H.1936. Gloria — Glory; grandeur; praise; confession: — 
a son of Zophah, 1 Chron. 7: 37. 

H5d-*-i'ah. H.1939. Gloria Domini— The glory of the 
Lord; majesty of Jah: — son of Elioenai, 1 Chron. 3: 24. 

H6d-£-vi'ah. H.1938. Gloria Domini— The glory of the 
Lord; praise ye Jehovah: — name of three Israelites [HO- 
DEVAH], 1 Chron. 5:24. 



114 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

HO'desh. H.2321. Innovatio lunae — The beginning of the 
moon; the new moon: — an Israelitess, 1 Chron. 8: 9. 

H6-de'vah. H.1937. Laus Domini — Praise of the Lord: — 
an Israelite [HODIJAH], Neh. 7:43. 

H6-di'ah. H.1940. Laus Domini — The praise of the Lord: — 
one of the two wives of Ezra, a man of Judah, 1 Chron. 4: 19. 

Hd-di'jah. H.1941. Laus Domini — Praise, or glory of God: — 
the name of three Israelites, Neh. 8: 7. 

HSg'lah. H.2295. Perdix—A partridge:— the third of the 
five daughters of Zelophehad, Num. 26 : 33. 

Hd / ham. H.1944. Mvltitudo multitudinum — Multitude of 
multitudes; Jehovah impels: — a king of Hebron, Josh. 10: 3. 

H5'15n. H.2473. Mansio commorationis — Abode of con- 
tinuance; place of caves; round or whirling: — name of two 
places in Palestine [HILEN], Josh. 15: 51. 

HO'mam. H.1950. Turba — A crowd; raging; destruction: — 
an Edomite [HEMAM], 1 Chron. 1 : 39. 

Hdph'nl. H.2652. Pugillus — A handful; pugilist; a fighter: — 
a son of Eli; brother of Phinehas, 1 Sam. 1:3. 

Hdr. H.2023. Elatus — Elevated ;*who conceives; who shows : — 
name of two mountain peaks, Num. 20: 22. 

HO'ram. H.2036. Summe elatus — Very elevated; high: — a 
king of Gezer, Josh. 10:33. 

HS'reb. H.2722. Aridus — Parched; solitude; desolate: — 
mountain and region where burning bush was seen by Moses, 
Exod. 3:1. 

HO'rem. H.2765. Devotus — Sacred; dedication; devoted: — a 
fortified place in Naphtali, Josh. 19:38. 

H6r-h$-gld'g&d. H.2735. Cavema; puteus muliae aquae — 
Cave; well of much water; hole of the cleft: — a place in the 
desert [GUDGODAH], Num. 33:32. 

Ho'rL H.2753. Princeps — A prince; chief; noble; free; a 
troglodyte:— name of two men, Gen. 36^. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 115 

HS'rlms. H.2752. Principes — Princes; cave-dwellers; free- 
born: — an aboriginal Idumaean [HORI], Deut. 2: 12. 

HO'rltes. H.2752. Original people of Mount Seir [HORI], 
Gen. 14:6. 

Hdr'mah. H.2767. Anathema — A curse; utter destruction: — 
a Canaanitish town on the S. of Palestine [ZEPHATH], Num. 
14:45. 

H6r"Q-na'im. H.2773. Cavernae magnae — Great caves; two 
caverns: — a city of Moab, Isa. 15: 5. 

HS'ron-Ite. H.2772. Ira — Anger; indignation: — the designa- 
tion of Sanballat; one from Horonaim, Neh. 2: 10. 

H5'sah. H.2621. Cvnfugium — Place of refuge; hopeful: — an 
Israelite; also a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 16: 38. 

H6-g5'ft. H.1954. Liberavit — He has liberated; deliverer: — 
firat of the minor prophets [HOSHEA], Hos. 1: 1. 

H5sh"$-I'ah. H.1955. Salvatio Domini — Salvation of the 
Lord; Jah has saved: — name of two Israelites, Neh. 12:32. 

Hdsh-$'m$. H.1953. Dominus exaudivit — The Lord heard; 
Jehovah hears : — son of Jeconiah, or Jehoiachin, 1 Chron. 3 : 18. 

H6-shS'$. H.1954. Liberavit — He has saved; deliverance; 
salvation:— last king of Israel [HOSEA], 2 Kings 15: 30. 

HQ'tham. H.2369. Sigillum — A seal; signet-ring: — a man of 
Asher; son of Heber [HOTHAN], 1 Chron. 7:32. 

HO'than. H.2369. Sigillum — A seal; signet-ring: — father of 
Shama and Jehiel [HOTHAM], 1 Chron. 11:44. 

HS'thir. H.1956. Superstitem servavit — He kept surviving; 
he has caused to remain: — son of Heman, 1 Chron. 25:4. 

Hfiklcok. H.2712. Pars statuta — Appointed portion; en- 
graver; what is cut in: — a place in Palestine [HUKOK], 
Josh. 19:34. 

HQlcok. H.2712. Pars statuta — Appointed portion; scribe; 
cut; a ditch:— a town of Asher [HELKATH «sATO5K£SS«\t 
1 Chron. 6: 75. 



116 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

HiU. H.2343. Pavor — Fear; sorrow; pain; child-birth; 
circle: — second son of Aram, Gen. 10:23. 

HtU'dah. H.2468. Mundus— World; circle of the world; 
weasel, from its gliding motion: — an Israelitess, 2 Kings 
22: 14. 

Htim'tah. H.2547. Lacerta — Lizard; snail; bulwark; low: — 
a city of Judah, Josh. 15: 54. 

Hfl'pham. H.2349. Tectio tota — Complete covering; pro- 
tection; coast-man:— son of Benjamin [HUPPIM], Num. 
26:39. 

Hu'pham-Ites. H.2350. The descendants of Hupham, Num. 
26:39. 

Hfip'pah. H.2647. Protectio — Protection; chamber; cover- 
ing: — a priest in David's time, 1 Chron. 24: 13. 

Hfip'pim. H.2650. Protectiones — Coverings; protection; sea- 
shore: — head of a Benjamite family [HUPHAM], Gen. 46: 21. 

Htir. H.2354. Nobilis — Noble; free; immaculateness: — name 
of four Israelites and one Midianite, Exod. 17: 10. 

Hu'rSi. H.2360. Propitius fuit — He was propitious; worker 
in linen: — one of David's guard [HIDDAI], 1 Chron. 11: 32. 

Hu'ram. H.2361 . Nobilissimus — Most noble ; high-born ; their 
liberty: — a Benjamite; son of Bela [HIRAM], 1 Chron. 8: 5. 

Hu'ri. H.2359. Natu ingenuo— Born of noble descent; 
weaver: — a Gadite; father of Abihail, 1 Chron. 5: 14. 

Hu'shah. H.2364. Festinatio — Haste: — a name in the gene- 
alogies of Judah, 1 Chron. 4:4. 

Hu'shai. H.2365. Festinatio Domini — Haste of the Lord: — 
an Archite, a friend of David, 2 Sam. 15:32. 

Hu'sham. H.2367. Festinatio celerrima — Quickest haste: — 
an early king of Edom [HUSHIM], Gen. 36: 34. 

Hu'shath-Ite. H.2843. Festinatio— Hasting; sensuality:— 
designation oi two of David's valiant men [HUSHAH], 
2 Sam. 23: 27. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 117 

Hfl'shim. H.2366. Festinationes — Repeated haste; hasters: — 
the name of three Israelites [HUSHAM and SHUHAM], 
Gen. 46:23. 

Httz. H.5780. Consilium — Counsel; consultation; fastened: — 
a son of Nahor and Milcah [UZ], Gen. 22: 21. 

Httz'z&b. H.5324. Fusus — Molten; fixed or determined; 
beautifully beaming: — queen of Nineveh, Nah. 2:7. 

Hy"m8-nae'us. G.5211. Nuptialis; nuptiae — Nuptial; mar- 
riage: — an opponent of Christianity, 1 Tim. 1:20. 

foliar. H.2984. Eligit — He chose; election; whom God 
chooses: — a son of David, 2 Sam. 5: 15. 

fol$-&m. H.2991. Vicit populum — He conquered the peo- 
ple; people-devouring: — a city of Manasseh [BILEAM], 
Judg. 1 : 27. 

Ib-ne'iah. H.2997. Exaudit Deus — God hears; Jehovah will 
build: — son of Jehoram [IBNIJAH], 1 Chron. 9:8. 

Ib-nTjah. H.2998. Audit— God hears; building of Jah: — a 
Benjamite [IBNEIAH], 1 Chron. 9:8. 

fo'rl. H.5681. Transflumalis — Beyond the river: — a Mera- 
rite Levite of the family of Jaaziah [HEBREW], 1 Chron. 
24:27. 

fo'z&n. H.78. Labor — Toil; suffering; splendid; beautiful: — 
a judge of Israel, Judg. 12:8. 

f'ch&-b5d. H.350. Sine gloria — Without glory; inglorious: — 
son of Phinehas, and grandson of Eli, 1 Sam. 4: 21. 

l-c5'nl-um. G.2430. Sinus avium — Breast of sheep; image- 
like: — a place in Asia Minor, Acts 13:51. 

f-d&'lah. H.3030. Extollit — He extols; sublime memorial; 
what God exalts: — a city of Zebulun, Josh. 19: 15. 

fd'b&sh. H.3031. Mellitus erat — He was as sweet as honey; 
a stout, fat one: — a Judahite, 1 Chron. 4: 3. 

Id'dS. H.5714. Ornamentum — An onraossoXi', >&bbs&3\Nksve&si^ 
favorite: — the name of five Israelites \5NX3K53\,^fls*^ %> ^ 



118 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Id'dd. H.112. Calamitas magna — A great calamity; mis- 
fortune; powerful: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 8: 17. 

I"du-mae'9. G.2401. Rubus; sanguineus — Red; bloody; 
earthy: — Greek name for Edom, Mark 3:8. 

I"du-me'9. H.123. Rubus— Red; bloody; earthy:— the land 
of Edom, Isa. 34:5. 

I'g&l. H.3008. Redimit — He redeems; God will revenge: — 
the name of two Israelites [IGEAL], 2 Sam. 23: 36. 

Ig"da-li'ah. H.3012. Magnifieatur Deus — God is magni- 
fied: — the father of Hanan, Jer. 35:4. 

Ig'$-&1. H.3008. Redemptor — A redeemer; avenger: — son of 
Shemaiah, a Judahite [IGAL], 1 Chron. 3 : 22. 

Ilm. H.5864. Cumuli — Heaps; ruins: — a town in Judah; con- 
tracted form of Ije-abarim, Num. 33:45. 

Ij^g-ftb's-rim. H.5863. Cumuli Abarim— The heaps of 
Mount Abarim; ruins of the further regions:— a desert sta- 
tion, Num. 33 : 44. 

I'jon. H.5859. Cumulus magnus — A great heap; a ruin: — a 
town in the N. of Palestine, 1 Kings 15: 20. 

iklcSsh. H.6142. Contortus — Twisted; perverse: — father of 
Ira the Tekoite, 2 Sam. 23: 26. 

I'lfii. H.5866. Umbraculum Domini — The shade of the Lord; 
elevated; supreme: — an Ahoite, 1 Chron. 11:29. 

il-iyr'I-ctim. G.2437. Alius; gaudium; gaudens — High; joy; 
rejoicing:— a Roman province on E. shore of Adriatic, 
Rom. 15: 19. 

im'l$. H.3229. Implet—B.e fulfills ; full -.—father or progenitor 
of Micaiah [IMLAH], 2 Chron. 18:7. 

fm'lah. H.3229. Implet— He fulfills; whom God makes full:— 
[IMLA], 1 Kings 22:8. 

Im-zn&n'u-eL H.6005. Nobiscum Deus— God with us:— 
name of the prophetic child VEMMKSVX15A, !*».. 1 \ U. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 119 

Im'mSr. H.564. Dictio — Saying; promise; talkative: — the 
name of several priests, 1 Chron. 9: 12. 

Im'll&. H.3234. Cohibebat — He hindered; he will restrain: — 
a prince of Asher; son of Helem, 1 Chron. 7:35. 

Im'nah. H.3232. Prosperitas — Prosperity; good fortune: — 
the name of two Israelites [JIMNA and JIMNAH], 1 Chron. 
7:30. 

Im'rah. H.3236. Extollet se—Re extols himself; a rebel; 
refractory: — a chief of Asher, 1 Chron. 7: 36. 

Im'rL H.566. Dictio, vel promissum — Word, or promise; 
wordy; eloquent: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 9:4. 

In'di-9* H.1912. Susurro murmuravit — He murmured in a 
whisper; praise: — country E. of Persia, Esth. 1:1. 

Iph"§-de'iah. H.3301. Dominus liberabit — Jah will liberate; 
whom Jehovah sets free: — son of Shashak, 1 Chron. 8:25. 

Ir. H.5893. Confluentia — Flowing together; city: — a Ben- 
jamite [IRI], 1 Chron. 7: 12. 

I'rfc. H.5896. Turba — A crowd; a watchman; watchfulness: — 
the name of three Israelites, 2 Sam. 20: 26. 

I'r&d. H.5897. Urbis ornamentum — Ornament of a city; 
fugitive: — son of Enoch [ARAD], Gen. 4: 18. 

Tram. H.5902. Congregatio — Congregation; belonging to a 
city: — a duke of Edom, Gen. 36:43. 

I'll. H.5901. Turba — A crowd; urbane: — a Benjamite, son 
of Bela [IRAM and IR], 1 Chron. 7: 7. 

I-rl'jah. H.3376. Reverentia Domini — Reverence toward 
God; protection of the Lord: — son of Shelemiah, Jer. 37: 13. 

fr-n&'h&sh. H.5904. Urbs serpentis — City of the serpent: — 
name of unknown person or place [IR and NAHASH], 
1 Chron. 4:12. 

I'rQn. H.3375. Timor magnus — Great fe»x\ \n&s\— *• <afes* ^ 
Naphtali, Josh. 19: 38. 



120 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

fr'p8-el. H.3416. Sanitas Dei — The health, medicine, or 
exalting of God: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 18: 27. 

Ir'-she'm8sh. H.5905. Urbs solis — City of the sun: — a city 
of the Danites [BETH-SHEMESH], Josh. 19:41. 

I'ru. H.5902. Excitati — Roused up; city-wise: — eldest son 
of Caleb; son of Jephunneh [IRAM], 1 Chron. 4: 15. 

I'gaac. H.3327. Risit — He laughed; happiness: — son of 
Abraham and Sarah, Gen. 17: 19. 

I'gaac. G.2464. Risus — Laughter; pleasure: — a patriarch; 
father of Jacob and Esau, Heb. 11:9. 

l-g&'lah. H.3470. Servavit Dominus — The Lord saved; sal- 
vation of Jah: — first of greater prophets [JESAIAH and 
JESHAIAH], Isa. 1:1. 

Is'cah. H.3252. Obtectio — A covering; to watch; observant: — 
sister of Milcah and Lot [SARAI], Gen. 11:29. 

Is-C&r'I-Ot. G.2469. Homo caedis — Man of murder: — an 
epithet of Judas the traitor, Matt. 10: 4. 

Ish'b&h. H.3431. Laudabit — He will praise; praising: — a 
Judahite ; the father of Eshtemoa, 1 Chron. 4 : 17. 

Ish'b&k. H.3435. PraeceUit — He excels; he will leave: — a 
son of Abraham by Keturah, Gen. 25:2. 

bh'bt-be'nSb. H.3430. Cuius sedes est in sublima — Whose 
seat is on high: — a son of Rapha, 2 Sam. 21: 16. 

Ish-b6'sh8th. H.378. Vir pudoris — A man of shame: — 
youngest son of Saul [ESHBAAL], 2 Sam. 3:8. 

Ish'L H.3469. Salu& — Salvation; salutary: — the name of 
four Israelites, 1 Chron. 2:31. 

Ish'I. H.376. Maritus mens — My husband; my man: — an 
Israelite term in opposition to Baali, the Canaanite term, 
Hos. 2: 16. 

i-shi'ah. H.3449. Dominus est — It is the Lord; Jehovah 
lends:— chief of Issachar [ISIJAH and ISSHIAH], 1 Chron. 
7:3. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 121 

f-shl'jah. H.3449. Dominus est — It is the Lord; Jah will 
lend:— a lay Israelite [ISHIAH], Ezra 10:31. 

I8h / m$. H.3457. Stupor — Astonishment; desolation: — a Ju- 
dahite, 1 Chron. 4:3. 

fsh'm$-el. H.3458. Exaudit Deus — God hears; the hear- 
ing God: — the son of Abraham by Hagar [JEZANIAH], 
Gen. 16: 11. 

bh'ma-el-ite". H.3459. Descendant of Ishmael, 1 Chron. 
27:30. 

Ish"ma-i'ah. H.3460. Deus exaudiet— God will hear; 
Jehovah hears; he will hear the Lord: — son of Obadiah 
[ISMAIAH], 1 Chron. 27:19. 

Ish'ms-el-ite". H.3459. Descendant of Ishmael, 1 Chron. 
2:17. 

fsh'm8-r&i. H.3461. Custodit Dominus — Jehovah keeps; 
preservative: — a Benjamite of the family of Elpaal, 1 Chron. 
8:18. 

I'shod. H.379. Vir formosus — A comely man; man of 
renown: — son of Hammoleketh, 1 Chron. 7: 18. 

fsh'p&n. H.3473. Dominabitur — He shall rule; he shall 
hide; a firm, strong one: — a Benjamite, of the family of 
Shashak [ISPAH], 1 Chron. 8:22. 

Ish'tdb. H.382. Homo bonus — A good man: — a place in 
Palestine, named with Zobah, Rehob and Maacah [TOB], 
2 Sam. 10:8. 

fsh'u-ah. H.3438. Aequalitas — Equality; likeness; level; 
self -satisfying: — a son of Asher [ISHUAI], Gen. 46:17. 

Ish'u-Si. H.3440. Aequalitas — Equality; resemblance; 
level; Jah is self-satisfying: — a son of Asher [ISHUAH], 
1 Chron. 7 : 30. 

Ish'u-i. H.3440. Aequalitas — Equality: — a son of Saul by 
Ahinoam [ISHUAI], 1 Sam. 14:49. 

Is-mft-chTah. H.3253. SufluUit Dcrnxma— Q*A wa^vsevi^\ 
whom Jehovah upholds; joined tov— ^\«rf&fc^^3BKB^ € ^ ::>Qfc ' 



122 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

fs"ma-i'ah. H.3460. Deus exaudiet— God will hear:— a 
Gibeonite chief [ISHMAIAH], 1 Chron. 12:4. 

Is'pah. H.3472. Eminebit — He will excel; he will scratch: — 
a Benjamite chief [ISHPAN], 1 Chron. 8: 16. 

Is'r$-el. H.3478. Princeps prevalens Deo — A prince pre- 
vailing with God: — symbolic name of Jacob, Gen. 32: 28. 

Is'ra-el. G.2474. Princips contra Deum praevaluit — As a 
prince, he prevailed with God: — the adopted name of Jacob, 
including his descendants, Matt. 2:6. 

fa'r&-81-ite. H.3481. Descendant of Israel [HEBREW and 
JEW], Num. 25: 14. 

Is'r$-eM"tish. H.3482. A female descendant of Israel, 
Lev. 24: 10. 

Is's$-char. H.3485. Adfert mercedem — He brings a reward; 
punishment: — the fifth son of Jacob by Leah, Gen. 30: 18. 

Is's$-char. G.2466. Pretium; praemium — Price; reward; 
punishment: — a tribe of Israel, Rev. 7: 7. 

Is'shl-ah. H.3449. Dominus est — It is the Lord; whom 
Jehovah lends: — a son of Rehabiah [JESHAIAH and 
JESIAH], 1 Chron. 24:21. 

Is'u-ah. H.3440. Aequalitas — Equality; likeness: — second 
son of Asher [ISHUAH], 1 Chron. 7: 30. 

Is'u-I. H.3440. Aequalitas — Equality; level: — third son of 
Asher [ISHUAI], Gen. 46: 17. 

I-tftl'ian. G.2483. Pix— Pitch :— belonging to Italia [ITALY], 
Acts 10: 1. 

It'ft-iy. G.2482. Insula piscis, vel agni — Island of the fish, 
or of the lamb: — a region of Europe, Acts 18: 2. 

I'thai. H.863. Potens — Strong; my sign: — a Benjamite, son 
of Ribai of Gibeah [ITTAI], 1 Chron. 11:31. 

fth'$-mar. H.385. Similis palmae — Like to the palm- 
tree:— youngest son of Aaron, E&o&. &*.**&, 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 123 

Ithl-el. H.384. Cum Deo— With God; God with me; God 
has arrived: — name of an Israelite and a symbolical person, 
Prov. 30: 1. 

Ith'mah. H.3495. Orbus — An orphan; orphanage; admira- 
tion: — one of David's valiant men, 1 Chron. 11:46. 

Ith'nan. H.3497. Consistentia firma — Firm consistence; ex- 
tensive; bestowed: — a town in the S. of Judah, Josh. 15: 23. 

Ith'r$. H.3501. Reliquum — A remnant; excellent: — the fa- 
ther of Amasa by Abigail [JETHER], 2 Sam. 17: 25. 

Ith'ran. H.3506. Valde excellens — Very excellent: — the 
name of an Edomite and of an Israelite [JETHER], Gen. 
36:26. 

Ith'rs-Sni. H.3507. Residuum populi — The remnant of the 
people; excellence of the people: — a son of David, 2 Sam. 3: 5. 

Ith'rite. H.3505. Excellent — Excelling; remaining: — descend- 
ant of Jether; native of Jattir, 2 Sam. 23: 38. 

If'tah-ka'zln. H.6278. Habitaculum prineipis — Abode of a 
prince; time of a judge: — landmark in the boundary of 
Zebulun, Josh. 19: 13. 

ft't&i. H.863. Cum Domino — With the Lord; near; living; 
being: — name of a Gittite and of an Israelite, 2 Sam. 15: 19. 

l"tl)-rae'9. G.2484. Custodire; custoditus — To keep ; guarded ; 
encircled: — a region in N. W. of Palestine, Luke 3:1. 

I'vah. H.5755. Iniquitas — Iniquity; overturning; ruin: — a 
region of Assyria [AVA], 2 Kings 18:34. 

Iz'8-h&r. H.3324. Olea — Olive-tree; oil, as producing light: — 
son of Kohath [IZHAR], Num. 3: 19. 

Iz's-h&r-ites. H.3325. Descendants of Izehar [IZHAR- 

ITES], Num. 3:27. 
Izliar. H.3324. Perpetuo virens — Always green: — son of 

Kohath [IZEHAR], Exod. 6: 18. 

Iz'har-ites. H.3325. Descendants ot Iifeax^ *» ^sssak* ^ 
Kohathite Levites, 1 Chron. <2A\ 2?L 



124 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Iz"ra-hl'ah. H.3156. Deus exortus est — God is risen; whom 
Jah brings foTth:— son of Uzzi [JEZRAHIAH], 1 Chron. 7:3. 

Iz'ra-hlte. H.3155. The designation of Shamhuth; prob- 
ably a descendant of Zerah, 1 Chron. 27: 8. 

Iz'ri. H.3339. Ieiunans — Fasting; tribulation; formative; 
created: — a Levite leader, 1 Chron. 25: 11. 

JS'a-k&n. H.3292. Afflictio — Tribulation; labor; violent 
taking away possessions: — an Idumaean [AKAN], Deut. 
10:6. 

JS"ft-k6'bah. H.3291. Alter Jacobus— Another Jacob; de- 
ceiver; supplanter: — a prince of Simeon [JACOB], 1 Chron. 
4:36. 

JS-S1&. H.3279. Rupicapra — Wild goat; ascending; eleva- 
tion: — one of the Nethinim [JAALAH], Neh. 7:58. 

JS-S'lah. H.3279. Rupicapra — Wild goat; ascending; eleva- 
tion: — his children returned [JAALA], Ezra 2:56. 

JS-S'lam. H.3281. Absconditus erit — He shall be hid; hidden; 
ascender of mountains: — a son of Esau, Gen. 36:5. 

JS-S'nai. H.3285. Exaudit Dominus — The Lord hears; the 
Lord answers; responsive: — a chief of Gad, 1 Chron. 5: 12. 

JS-ar'8-5r-e-gIm. H.3296. Aulaea textorum— The cur- 
tains of the webs; forests of the weavers: — father of Elhanan, 
2 Sam. 21 : 19. 

J&'a-S&U. H.3299. Exaudit Dominus — The Lord hears; they 
will do; whom Jehovah has made: — son of Bani, Ezra 10: 37. 

JS-S'sI-el. H.3300. Opus Dei— The work of God; made of 
God; created: — son of Abner, 1 Chron. 27:21. 

Ja-iz'VnTah. H.2970. Exaudit Dominus— The Lord hears; 
heard of Jah: — the name of four Israelites [JEZANIAH], 
2 Kings 25: 23. 

JS-a'zSr. H.3270. Opem fert—Re bringeth help; helpful; 

place hedged about: — place E. of Jordan [JAZER], Num. 
21:32. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 125 

Ja"$-zi'ah. H.3269. Comolatur Dominus— The Lord com- 
forts, or consoles; emboldened of Jah: — apparently a son of 
Merari, 1 Chron. 24:26. 

J&-S'zI-el. H.3268. Consolatur Deus— God comforts; God 
consoles; emboldened of God: — a temple musician, 1 Chron. 
15: 18. 

Ja'b&l. H.2989. Fluens facile — Flowing easily; a stream; 
wanderer; nomad: — son of Lamech by Adah, Gen. 4:20. 

J&bl)5k. H.2999. Cum coiUinuo murmure aquae — With the 
constant murmur of the water; flowing: — a tributary of 
Jordan, Gen. 32:22. 

Ja'bSsh. H.3003. Aridus — Dry ; parched ; confusion; shame: — 
father of Shallum; a place in Palestine, 2 Kings 15: 10. 

Ja'b8sh-gU'e-ad. H.1568. Jabesh in the territory of Gilead, 
see Jabesh and Gilead, Judg. 21 : 8. 

Jalriz. H.3258. Dohrem creavit — He produced sorrow; 
trouble: — name of an Israelite, also a place in Palestine, 
1 Chron. 4: 10. 

JS/bin. H.2985. InteUigens erit — He shall be intelligent: — 
name of two Canaanitish kings, Josh. 11: 1. 

Jfib'n8-el. H.2995. Aedifieatio Dei— The building of God; 
God buildeth: — the name of two places in Palestine 
[JABNEH], Josh. 15: 11. 

Jfib'neh. H.2996. Aedificans — Building; understanding; God 
lets build :— place in Palestine [JABNEEL], 2 Chron. 
26:6. 

Ja'chan. H.3275. Pinguie erti—TIe shall be fat; trouble- 
some; afflicted: — one of the seven chief men of Gad, 1 Chron. 
5:13. 

JS'chin. H.3199. Stabiliet—He shall establish:— name of 
three Israelites and of a temple pillar, Gen. 46: 10. 

Vchin-Ites. H.3200. The family founded by Jachin, son 
of Simeon, Num. 26: 12. 



126 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

JS'CQb. H.3290. Calcaneum tenebat — He held the heel; sup- 
planter: — son of Isaac; brother of Esau [ISRAEL], Gen. 
25:26. 

J&'CQb. G.2384. Calcaneum tenebat — He held the heel; sup- 
planter: — an ancestor of Jesus, Matt. 1:2. 

Ja'd&. H.3047. Cognoverat — He knew; knowing; wise: — son 
of Onam and brother of Shammai, 1 Chron. 2: 28. 

JS-dS'l). H.3035. Dilectus a Domino — Beloved of the Lord; 
praised: — a son of Nebo [IDDO], Ezra 10:43. 

Jad-du'$. H.3037. Clarissimus — Well distinguished; 
known: — the name of two Israelites, Neh. 12: 11. 

JS'don. H.3036. Iudicavit — He judged; thankful: — an as- 
sistant wall builder, Neh. 3: 7. 

JS'el. H.3278. Ibex — Wild goat; he who ascends; climb- 
ing: — wife of Heber the Kenite, Judg. 4: 17. 

JS'gfir. H.3017. Mansio continua — Settled abode; lodging- 
place: — a town in the extreme S. of Judah, Josh. 15: 21. 

Jah. H.3050. Aetemus — Eternal; the self -existent; everlast- 
ing God:— [JEHOVAH], Psa. 68:4. 

JallSth. H.3189. Auferebat — He took away; unity; revival; 
comfort: — name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 4:2. 

Ja'h&z. H.3096. Terra depressa el rotunda — Earth pressed 
down and round; place trodden down: — place E. of Jordan 
[JAHZAH], Num. 21:23. 

Ja-ha'zg. H.3096. Terra depressa et rotunda — Earth trodden 
down and round; quarrel: — place E. of Jordan [JAHZAH], 
Josh. 13: 18. 

Ja-ha'zah. H.3096. Terra depressa et rotunda — Earth 
pressed down and round; strife: — place E. of Jordan 
JJAHZAH], Josh. 21:36. 

J&"ha;-zi'&h. H.3167. Respexit Domiuus— Tte Lord looked; 
Jah beholds:— son of Tikvah, Ezra 10: lb. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 127 

JS-hS'zi-el. H.3166. Aspicit Dews— God looks; beheld of 
God: — the name of five Israelites, 1 Chron. 24: 23. 

JSh'da-I. H.3056. Dutit Dominus— The Lord leads; the 
Lord directs: — a Judahite, 1 Chron. 2: 47. 

JKh'dl-el. H.3164. Coniundio Dei — The joining or unity 
of God: — a chieftain of Manasseh, 1 Chron. 5: 24. 

JKh'd5. H.3163. Coniundio illius — His joining; I; one; 
together: — a Gadite, son of Buz, 1 Chron. 5: 14. 



JKhl8-el. H.3177. Expedatio Dei— Expectation of God; 
hoping in God: — a son of Zebulun, Gen. 46: 14. 



JKh'18-el-ites. H.3178. A branch of the tribe of Zebulun; 
descendants of Jahleel, Num. 26 : 26. 

J&h'ma-I. H.3181. Custodit Deus — God keeps, i. e., guards: — 
a man of Issachar, 1 Chron. 7: 2. 

JKh'zah. H.3096. Terra depressa d rotunda — Earth pressed 
down and round; threshing-floor: — place E. of Jordan 
[JAHAZ], 1 Chron. 6:78. 

JKh'z8-el. H.3183. Didrifmit Deus— God distributes; God 
allots:— a son of Naphtali [JAHZIEL], Gen. 46:24. 

JKh'zB-el-ites. H.3184. A branch of the Naphtalites; 
descended from Jahzeel, Num. 26: 48. 

JKh'z8-rah. H.3170. Reducit — He leads back; protection: — 
a priest of the house of Immer, 1 Chron. 9: 12. 

JKh'zI-el. H.3 185. Deus festinai — God hasteth ; God divideth ; 
allotted of God:— an Israelite [JAHZEEL], 1 Chron. 7: 13. 

JS'Ir. H.2971. Splendebat — He shone brightly; illuminated: — 
the name of four Israelites, Num. 32: 41. 

JS'Ir-ite. H.2972. Descendant of Jair; name applied to Ira, 
2 Sam. 20: 26. 

J&-I'rus. G.2383. Lucebit — He shall fchixvfc\ TODaas^^^\-- - 
ruler of a synagogue, Mark 5: 22. 



128 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

JS / kan. H.3292. Cingit quomodo torquis — It binds like a 
chain: — son of Ezer the Horite [AKAN], 1 Chron. 1:42. 

JS'keh. H.3348. Timens Deum — Fearing God; obedient; 
pious: — father of Augur, Pro v. 30: 1. 

JS'kim. H.3356. Facit vt subsisted — He makes to subsist; 
God sets up: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 8: 19. 

Ja'lon. H.3210. Mansio stabilis — A sure abode; tarrying; 
lodging: — son of Ezra, 1 Chron. 4: 17. 

J&m'breg. G.2387. Hariolus; magus — A diviner; sooth- 
sayer; wise man: — an Egyptian, see Exod. 7: 9-13 [JANNES], 
2 Tim. 3:8. 

JSmes. G.2385. Calcaneum tenebat; Jacobus — He held the 
heel; supplanter: — name of three Israelites [JACOB], Matt. 
10:2. 

Ja'min. H.3226. Dexter — Right hand; south wind; dexter- 
ous: — name of three Israelites, Gen. 46: 10. 

Ja'mln-Ites. H.3228. Descendants of Jamin, the son of 
Simeon, Num. 26: 12. 

J&mlech. H.3230. Regem constituit — He appoints a king: — 
a chief of Simeon, 1 Chron. 4: 34. 

J&n'nft. G.2388. Affligit — He afflicts; poor; answering: — 
father of Melchi, Luke 3 : 24. 

JSn'nSg. G.2389. lllusit — He mocked; he deceived: — an 
Egyptian magician [JAMBRES], 2 Tim. 3: 8. 

Ja-nd'ah. H.3239. Quies constans — Constant rest; quiet: — a 
town of Naphtali [JANOHAH], 2 Kings 15: 29. 

Ja-n5'hah. H.3239. Manens — Tarrying; resting: — a frontier 
town of Ephraim [JANOAH], Josh. 16:6. 

Ja'num. H.3241. Sedes fixa — Fixed seat; sleeping: — a town 
in mountains of Judah, Josh. 15:53. 

J&'pheth. H.3315. Incrementum — Increase; expansion; widely 
spreading; unfoldmenti—a, son oi "N oak, Gten. V.«L 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 129 

J&-phI'9. H.3309. Splendidus — Illustrious; which lightens: — 
name of two persons and of a place in Palestine, Josh. 10: 3. 

J&phlet. H.3310. Liberavit — He has set free ; God delivers : — 
an Asherite, 1 Chron. 7:32. 

J&ph-le'ti. H.3311. hiberatus — Set free; delivered: — a land- 
mark on the S. boundary of Ephraim, Josh. 16:3. 

J&'phd. H.3305. Porta bella — A beautiful gate; fairness: — a 
place in Palestine [JOPPA], Josh. 19:46. 

JS'rah. H.3294. Favus — Honeycomb; pouring out; un- 
veiler:— son of Micah [JEHOADAH], 1 Chron. 9:42. 

JS'reb. H.3377. Vindex — A revenger; an adversary; con- 
tender: — symbolical name of Assyria, Hos. 5: 13. 

JS'red. H.3382. Descensus — Descended; descent: — father of 
Enoch [JERED], Gen. 5: 15. 

JS'red. G.2391. Descensus — Descended; ruling: — son of 
Maleleel [JERED], Luke 3:37. 

Mr-S-sI'ah. H.3298. Lectus Dei— The bed of God; God has 
taken away poverty: — son of Jehoram, 1 Chron. 8:27. 

J8rll&. H.3398. Adoptio; luna crescens — Adoption; increas- 
ing moon: — an Egyptian servant of Sheshan and his son- 
in-law, 1 Chron. 2:34. 

JS'rib. H.3402. Causam dedit — He gave cause; fighting; an 
adversary: — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 4: 24. 

J&r'mtith. H.3412. AUitudo — Height; seeing; casting down 
death: — name of two places in Palestine [REMETH], 
Josh. 21 : 29. 

J&-r5'ah. H.3386. Luna — The moon; breathing; making a 
sweet odor: — a chief of Gad, 1 Chron. 5: 14. 

JS'shen. H.3464. Samnolentus — Drowsy; sleepy; ancient: — 
his sons are named as part of David's mighty men, 2 Sam. 
23:32. 

JS'shSr. H.3477. Iustus— Rig)iteo\iB\ Yta \^^\^^6^- 
Book ofJasher, wholly lost, Joeta. Aft % A^* 



130 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

JS-sh5'b8-&m. H.3434. Habitat in popvlo — He dwelt 
among the people: — name of two or three Israelites [TACH- 
MONITE], 1 Chron. 11:11. 

J&sh'fib. H.3437. Reduxit — He brought back; returning; he 
will return: — name of two Israelites, Num. 26: 24. 

J&h'q-bi-le'hSm. H.3433. Reduxit partem— He brought back 
bread; turning back for food: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 4:22. 

J&sh'q-bites. H.3432. The family founded by Jashub, the 
son of Issachar, Num. 26: 24. 

JS'&I-el. Deus fecit — God has made; strength of God: — one 
of David's heroes, 1 Chron. 11:47. 

Ja'&Qn. G.2394. Sanaturus — About to give health; the 
healer: — a friend of Paul, Acts 17:5. 

J&th'nl-el. H.3496. Munus Dei— Gift of God; continued of 
God: — a Korhite Levite, 1 Chron. 26:2. 

J&t'tlr. H.3492. Valde prae&tans — Very excellent; pre- 
eminent; redundant: — a place in Palestine [ITHRITE], 
Josh. 15:48. 

JS'v&n. H.3120. Mollis — Soft; tender; young; effervescing; 
he who deceives: — son of Japheth; a town in Arabia 
[GREECE], Gen. 10:2. 

JS'zSr. H.3270. Opem fert — He brings help; helpful: — a 
place E. of Jordan [JAAZER], Num. 32: 1. 

JS'zIz. H.3151. Splendebat — He shone greatly, i. e., made 
prominent; he gives life and motion:— a Hagarite who had 
charge of David's flocks, 1 Chron. 27:31. 

Je'a-rlm. Silvae — Woods; forests: — a mountain in N. boun- 
dary of Judah, Josh. 15: 10. 

Je-fct'e-rai. H.2979. Facial Dominus — The Lord may make; 
following the track of one; stepping: — a son of Zerah 
[ETHNI], 1 Chron. 6:21. 

J9"b8r-$-chI f &h. H.3000. Benedixit benedictione Domini — 

He blessed with the blessing of God*, J&Yv \Afe«®£&\— an Israel- 
ite, Isa. 8:2. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 131 

181)118. H.2982. Conadcatio — Trampling; threshing-floor: — 
original name of Jerusalem, Judg. 19: 10. 

J8b'u-sL H.2983. Conculcatio — Trampling; place trodden 
down; threshing-floor: — city of the Jebusites [JEBUS], 
Josh. 18: 16. 

J8b'u-Site. H.2983. People of Jebus; the third son of Canaan, 
Gen. 10: 16. 

J8c"$-mi'ah. H.3359. Grex Dei— Flock of God; Jah will 
rise: — name of an Israelite [JEKAMIAH], 1 Chron. 3: 18. 

J8ch"Q-li'ah. H.3203. Potens fuit—He was powerful; Jah 
will enable: — an Israelitess [JECOLIAH], 2 Chron. 15:2. 

J8ch''Q-ni'as. G.2423. Quern stabiUt Dominus— Whom God 
establishes: — Greek form of Jeconiah, Matt. 1:11. 

J8c"Q-li'ah. H.3203. Potestas Domini— The power of God; 
able through Jehovah: — an Israelitess [JECHOLIAH], 
2 Chron. 26:3. 

J8c"Q-ni'ah. H.3204. Stabilit Dominus— God establishes:— 
an altered form of Jehoiachin, Jer. 24: 1. 

Jt-dS'iah. H.3042. Laus Dei — The praise of God; praised 
of Jah: — name of two Israelites, Neh. 3: 10. 

JS-d&'iah. H.3048. Cognoverat Dominus — The Lord knew: — 
Jah has known; — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 9: 10. 

JS-di'a-el. H.3043. Cognitio Dei— The knowledge of God; 
known of God: — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 7:6. 

JS-dTdah. H.3040. Dilecta — Beloved; amiable: — queen of 
Amon, and mother of King Josiah, 2 Kings 22: 1. 

J8d"I-di'ah. H.3041. Dilectus a Domino—Beloved of the 
Lord; peaceful: — name given to Solomon by Nathan, 2 Sam. 
12:25. 

JBd'u-thfin. H.3038. Amor magnus — Great love; praising; 
celebrating: — a leader of the temple choir, 1 Chron. 9: 16. 

J*-6'zSr. H.372. Auxilium— ftd\>\ l^Oaet A V<&$>\ "J^L 
Jess:— a descendant of MaaaaaeYv YKBY-^^^^^^ 



132 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

JS-e'zSr-ites. H.373. The family of Jeezer, or Abiezer, 
Num. 26:30. 

Je'gar-sa-ha-du'thi. H.3026. Cumulus testimonii—Retip of 
witness or testimony: — place of compact between Jacob 
and Labon [GALEED], Gen. 31:47. 

J6"ha-le'l§-el. H.3094. Laudat Deum — He praises God: — 
a Judahite [JEHALELEL], 1 Chron. 4: 16. 

JS-h&Ts-lel. H.3094. Laudat Deum— Re praises God: — 
father of Azariah [JEHALELEEL], 2 Chron. 29: 12. 



JSh-de'jah. H.3165. Gaudium — Joy; together; unity; one 
Lord: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 24:20. 

JS-hSz'g-kSl. H.3168. Vis Dei— The strength of God; God 
will strengthen:— a priest [EZEKIEL], 1 Chron. 24: 16. 

JS-hl'ah. H.3174. Deus vivit— God lives; Jah will live:— 
a doorkeeper of the ark, 1 Chron. 15: 24. 

JS-hi'el. H.3273. Surripere — To snatch away; carried away 
of God; treasured: — father of Gibeon, 1 Chron. 9:35. 

J8-hI'el. H.3171. Deus vivit — God lives: — name of eight 
Israelites, Ezra 8: 9. 

JS-hi'e-li. H.3172. Jehielite; descendant of Jehiel; a Ger- 
shonite Levite of the family of Laadan, 1 Chron. 26: 21. 

J8"hIz-kTah. H.3169. Fartem se exhibet D&minus— -God 
shows himself strong; strengthened of Jah: — name of five 
Israelites [HEZEKIAH], 1 Chron. 28: 12. 

J6-hS'a-dah. H.3085. Daminus toUebat— God held up; 
Jehovah-adorned: — a descendant of Saul, 1 Chron. 8:36. 

J8"h6-&d'dan. H.3086. Domini delitiae— Delight of God; 
Jehovah-pleased: — mother of King Amaziah, 2 Kings 
14:2. 



J8-h5'a-h&z. H.3059. Dominus apprehendit — God has taken; 
Jehovah-seized: — the name of three IstafeYLtea ^AHAZIAH 
and JOAHAZ], 2 Kings 10: 35- 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 133 

J8-h6'ash. H.3060. Dominus donavit — God has given; 
Jehovah-bestowed: — the name of two Israelite kings 
[JOASH], 2 Kings 12: 1. 

J8"h6-ha'nan. H.3076. Dominus gratiose dedit — God gave 
graciously; Jehovah-favored: — name of six Israelites 
[JOHANAN], 2 Chron. 17: 15. 

JS-hoi'a-chin. H.3078. Dominus stabilit — God establishes; 
Jehovah-appointed: — a Jewish king [JECONIAH], 2 Kings 
24:8. 

J8-hoi'a-d&. H.3111. Dominus cognovit — God has known; 
God-known: — the name of six Israelites [JOIADA], 2 Kings 
11:4. 

JS-hoi'a-kim. H.3079. Dominus confirmat — God confirms; 
Jehovah will raise: — a Jewish king [JOIAKIM], 1 Chron. 
3: 15. 

JS-hoi'a-rlb. H.3080. Dominus causam egit — God has plead- 
ed my cause; Jehovah-defended: — name of two Israelites 
[JOIARIB], 1 Chron. 24: 7. 

J8-h5n'&-d&b. H.3082. Dominus sponte dedit — God gave 
freely; Jehovah-largessed: — son of Rechab [JONADAB], 
2 Kings 10: 15. 

JS-hSn'a-than. H.3083. Munus Dei— The gift of God; 
Jehovah-given: — name of three Israelites [JONATHAN], 

1 Chron 27:25. 

J6-h6'ram. H.3088. Dominus daius est — God is exalted; 
Jehovah-raised : — name of three Israelites [JORAM], 2 Kings 
1:17. 

J8"h6-sh5b'e-5th. H.3090. Domini iuramentum — Oath of 
God; Jehovah-sworn: — an Israelitess [JEHOSHEBA], 

2 Chron. 22: 11. 

J8-h5sh'$-phSt. H.3092. Dominus iudicavit — Jeharc«!fe» 
judged; — name of six Israelites*, a\ao &N%Stas!3 ^rssl Vsc*»sfcsss&> 
[JOSAPHAT], 2 Sam. 8: 16. 



134 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

J8-h5sh'e-bft. H.3089. Domini iuramentum — Oath of God; 
Jehovah-sworn:— an Israelites [JEHOSHABATH], 2 Kings 
11:2. 

J8-h5sh'u-&. H.3091. Domini solus — Salvation of God; 
Jehovah-saved: — full form of Joshua, Num. 13: 16. 

J8-h5sh'u-ah. H.3091. Domini salus — Salvation of God; 
Jehovah his help; Jehovah-saved: — [JEHOSHUA and 
JOSHUA], IChron. 7:27. 

J6-h6'vah. H.3068. Qui semper est — Who is forever; self- 
Existent: — translated Lord in Old Testament; Hebrew 
name for "God," Exod. 6: 3. 

J8-h5'vah-ji'reh. H.3070. Dominus vidit— The Lord has 
seen; God will provide: — symbolical name for Mount Moriah, 
Gen. 22:14. 

J6-ho'vah-nis'si. H.3071. Dominus est vexiUum meum — God 
is my banner: — symbolical name of an altar in the desert, 
Exod. 17:15. 

JS-ho'vah-shalom. H.3073. Dominus pax est— God is 
peace; Jehovah the God of peace: — symbolical name of an 
altar in Palestine, Judg. 6:24. 

J6-h5z'a-b&d. H.3075. Dominus donavit — The Lord has 
given; Jehovah-endowed: — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 
26:4. 

JS-hSz'a-d&k. H.3087. Iustitia Dei— The justice of God; 
Jehovah-righted: — son of Seraiah [JOZADAK], 1 Chron. 
6:15. 

JS'htL H.3058. Dominus ille est — The Lord He is; Jehovah 
is He: — the name of five Israelites [ELIHU], 2 Kings 
9:2. 

JS-htib'bah. H.3160. Absconsio— Hiding; hidden; bind- 
ing: — son of Shamer or Shomer, of the house of Beriah, 
1 Chron. 7:34. 

Je'hfl-cal. H.3081. Factus est superior — He became superior; 
mighty; potent: — son of Shelemiah [JUCAL], Jer. 37:3. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 135 

JSllfid. H.3055. Laics — Praise; place of renown: — a city of 
Dan, Josh. 19:45. 

JS-hll'di. H.3065. Dominus laus mea — God my praise; 
Jew: — son of Nethaniah, Jer. 36: 14. 

J6"hfl-dl'jah. H.3057. Laudatw Dei— Praising of God:— a 
Jewess; the mother of Jered [HODIAH], 1 Chron. 4: 18. 

JS'htish. H.3266. Congregatio — A congregation; a flock; 
hasty:— son of Eshek [JEHUSH], 1 Chron. 8:39. 

J8-I'el. H.3273. Deus vivit — God lives; carried away of 
God: — the name of six Israelites [JEUEL and JEHIEL], 
1 Chron. 5:7. 

Jfr-kSb'zg-el. H.3343. Colligebat—Re collected; God will 
gather:— a place in Palestine [KABZEEL], Neh. 11:25. 

J8k"$-m§'am. H.3360. Congregatio populi — Congregation of 
the people; the people will rise: — a son of Hebron, 1 Chron. 
24:23. 

J8k"ft-mTah. H.3359. Grex Dei.— Flock of God; Jah will 
rise:— son of Shallum [JECAMIAH], 1 Chron. 2:41. 

JS-kfi'tbl-eL H.3354. Metus Dei — Reverence or piety 
toward God; God is almightiness: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 
4:18. 

J8-mi'm$. H.3224. Columba — A dove; the pure; affection- 
ate: — one of Job's daughters, Job 42: 14. 

Je-mtTel. H.3223. Circumcidit Deus — God circumcised; 
day of God:— eldest son of Simeon [NEMUEL], Gen. 46: 10. 

J8ph'th&-8. G.2422. Aperiebat — He opened; whom God sets 
free:— Greek form of Jephthah, Heb. 11:32. 

JSph'thah. H.3316. Aperiebat — He opened; a breaker 
through:— a Judge of Israel [JEPHTHAE], Judg. 11: 1. 

JS-phfin'neh. H.3312. Respiciebat— He beheld; he will be 
prepared: — name of two Israelites, Num. 3:6. 

Je'rah. H.3392. Luna — The moon*, mQEtti\ ^r»s^s^ ^ss^ *— 
a son of Joktan, Gen. 10:26. 



136 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

JS-rSh'ms-eL H.3396. Miseratur Dens— God pities; on 
whom God has mercy : — name of three Israelites, 1 Chron. 2 : 9. 

JS-rSh'ms-el-ites. H.3397. The descendants of Jerahmeel. 
They dwelt in the S. of Judah, 1 Sam. 27: 10. 

JS'rSd. H.3382. Regnans — Ruling; coming down; a de- 
scent: — name of two Israelites [JARED], 1 Chron. 1:2. 

JSr'e-m&i. H.3413. ExtoUebai— He exalted; elevated:— a 
son of Hashum, Ezra 10. 33. 

JSr"8-mTah. H.3414. Elatusa Domino— Exalted of God; 
Jah is the exalted one: — name of eight Israelites, Jer. 1:1. 

J8r"8-mTas. G.2408. Elatio Domini—Lord lifting up:— 
Greek form of Jeremiah, Matt. 16: 14. 

JSr's-mSth. H.3406. Elationes— Elevations; high places: — 
the name of several Israelites [RAMOTH], Ezra 10: 26. 

Jgr'e-m^. G.2408. Elatio Domini— Lord lifting up: — abbre- 
viated English form of Jeremiah, Matt. 2: 17. 

J6-rI'ah. H.3404. Respicit Deus — God looks with favor: — 
founded of Jah: — a son of Hebron [JERIJAH], 1 Chron. 
23:19. 

JBrl-bSi. H.3403. Contendit — He contended; Jehovah pleads; 
defended: — a son of Elnaam [RIBAI], 1 Chron. 11:46. 

JBrf-chS. H.3405. Odor suavis continuus — Constant pleasant 
odor; place of fragrance: — place in Palestine, Num. 22: 1. 

J8rl-ch6. G.2410. Odor continuus — Constant fragrance: — a 
place in Palestine, Matt. 20: 29. 

JS'ri-el. H.3400. Aspicit Deus — God looks on; founded of 
God: — an Issacharite, 1 Chron. 7: 2. 

JS-ri'jah. H.3404. Respicit Deus — God looks with favor; 
Jah will throw:— an Israelite [JERIAH], 2 Chron. 26:31. 

JBr'i-mSth. H.3406. Elaiiones — Eminences; he who fears: — 
name of several Israelites [JEREMOTH], 1 Chron. 7:7. 

•"SsMSfifc H.3408. Aulaea — Curtains*, bteaSrii^ asunder: — 
one of Caleb's wives, 1 Chron. 2;1$, 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 137 

J8r"Q-b5'am. H.3379. Muttipli cabitur—Re shall be mul- 
tiplied; the people will contend: — name of two Israelite 
kings, 1 Kings 11: 26. 

J8r'Q-h&m. H.3395. Misericors — Merciful; compassionate; 
beloved: — the name of seven Israelites, 1 Sam. 1: 1. 

Jt-rttb / ba-81. H.3378. Contendit Baal— Baal strives, or con- 
tends: — symbolical name of Gideon, Judg. 6:32. 

J6-rttb / be-sh8th. H.3380. Litigat pudar— Shame, i. e., the 
idol strives: — symbolical name of Gideon [ISHBOSHETH], 
2 Sam. 11:21. 

JBr'u-el. H.3385. Metus Dei— The reverence of God; awe; 
founded of God: — a place in Palestine, 2 Chron. 20: 16. 

J6-ry'sa-18m. H.3389. Possessio tranguiUitatis — The posses- 
sion of peace; the abode of harmony: — the capital city of 
Palestine, Josh. 10: 1. 

J8-ry'sa-18m. G.2419. Possessio tranguiUitatis — Possession 
of peace; the abode of harmony: — the capital city of Pales- 
tine, Matt. 2:1. 

J8-ru'sha. H.3388. Haereditas — Hereditary possession; pos- 
sessed:— daughter of Zadok [JERUSHAH], 2 Kings 15: 33. 

J8-ni'shah. H.3388. Haereditas — Hereditary possession; 
possessed:— [JERUSHA], 2 Chron. 27: 1. 

Jft-Sfi'Jah. H.3470. Solus Dei— The salvation of God; Jah 
has saved: — name of two Israelites [ISAIAH], 1 Chron. 3: 21. 

JS-sh&'Jah. H.3470. Salus Dei— The salvation of God; Jah 
has saved: — name of four Israelites [ISAIAH], 1 Chron. 
25:3. 

J8sh'$-nah. H.3466. Veins — Ancient; old: — a place in Pal- 
estine, taken by Abijah from Jeroboam, 2 Chron. 13: 19. 

Jft-shar'e-lah. H.3480. Erectus ad Deum— Upright toward 
God:— son of Asaph [ASARELAH], 1 Chron. 25: 14. 

JS-shSb'e-Sb. H.3428. Habitatio patri*—A father's hom&% 
seat of his father: — head oi iaxateeE^Xi ^rcsss&cj srfssss^ 
1 Chron. 24: 13. 



138 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Je'shSr. H.3475. Rectus — Righteous; upright; ruling: — son 
of Caleb the son of Hezron, 1 Chron. 2: 18. 

J8sh1-m5n. H.3452. Solitudo — Solitude; desolation; 1 the 
waste: — a dreary barren waste of hills lying W. of Dead 
Sea, Num. 21 : 20. 

JS-shlsh'S-L H.3454. In quiete ut habitet fatit Dominus — 
God maketh to dwell in peace; aged: — an ancestor of the 
Gadites, 1 Chron. 5: 14. 

J8sh"6-ha-I'ah. H.3439. Meditatio Domini— The medita- 
tion of God; Jah will empty; bowed down: — an Israelite, 
1 Chron. 4:36. 

J8sh'u-&. H.3442. Scdus Domini — The salvation of the 
Lord: — name of several Israelites, also of a place in Palestine 
[JOSHUA], Neh. 8: 17. 

JSsh'u-ah. H.3442. Solus Domini — The salvation of the 
Lord; Jah will save:— a priest in the reign of David 
[JESHUA], 1 Chron. 24: 11. 

JSsh'u-rtin. H.3484. Rectissimus — Most righteous; up- 
right: — a symbolical name for Israel [JESURUN], Deut. 
32: 15. 

Jfi-Si'ah. H.3449. Mutuo dot Dominus — God gives as a 
loan; Jah will lend: — name of two Israelites [ISHIAH and 
ISSHIAH], 1 Chron. 12:6. 

J8-sIm'i-el. H.3450. Ponit Deus — God places; God sets up; 
naming of God:— a Simeonite chief of the family of Shimei, 
1 Chron. 4:36. 

JSs'se. H.3448. Donum Domini — Gift of the Lord; firm; 
extant: — father of David, 1 Chron. 2: 12. 

JSs'se. G.2421. Donum Dei — Gift of God; to be; who is; 
existing; substance: — the son of Obed, Matt. 1:5. 

J8s'u-l. H.3440. Aequalitas — Equality; level: — son of Asher 
JISHUAI and ISUI], Num. 26:44. 

JSs'u-Xtes. H.3441. Family oi A&ec, fanKsodai from 
Jesui, Num. 26: 44. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 139 

JSs'u-rtin. H.3484. Redissimus — Most righteous; upright: — 
symbolical name for Israel [JESHURUN], Isa. 44:2. 

JS'gfis. G.2424. Domini solus; Sdhator — Salvation of God; 
Saviour: — the Christ; name of a son of Mary, the wife of 
Joseph, and of two Israelites [JOSHUA and JESHUA], 
Matt. 1:16. 

JS'thSr. H.3500. Excdlentia — Excellence; prominence; supe- 
riority :— the name of five Israelites [ JETHRO and ITHRAN], 
1 Chron. 2: 32. 

JS'thSth. H.3509. Pains — A stake or post; nail; subjuga- 
tion: — a duke of Edom, Gen. 36: 40. 

JSthlah. H.3494. Exaltat — He exalts; hanging; heaping up; 
high: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 19:42. 

JS'thr6. H.3503. Valde excellens — Very excellent; his excel- 
lence:— father-in-law of Moses [JETHER], Exod. 3: 1. 

JS'tttr. H.3195. Columna — A pillar; inclosure; encircled; he 
that keeps order: — son of Ishmael, Gen. 25: 15. 

JS-tTel. H.3262. Reconditus a Deo— Hid of God; God has 
taken away: — one of the sons of Zerah, 1 Chron. 9: 6. 

JS'fish. H.3266. Congregatio — An assembly; hasty; de- 
voured: — name of an Edomite and three Israelites [JEHUSH], 
Gen. 36: 5. 

JS'tiz. H.3263. Consilium — Counsel; counselor; counsel- 
ing: — a Behjamite, 1 Chron. 8: 10. 

Jew. H.3064. Laudens — Praising; celebrated: — descendant of 
Judah, Esth. 2:5. 

Jews. G.2453. Laudens; confitens — Praising; confessing: — 
antithesis of Christianity in New Testament, John 4: 9. 

Jew'Sss. G.2453. Laus — Praise: — a woman of Hebrew birth, 
Acts 16: 1. 

Jewish. G.2451. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — of or 
belonging to the Jews, Titus 1 : 14. 

Jew'tf. H.3061. Terra Iuda*<u^TVi*^ 
Dan. 5: 13. 



140 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Jew'ry. G.2449. Terra Iudaeae— The land of Judea [JUDAH], 
John 7: 1. 

J8z"$-nrah. H.3153. Exaudit Dominus — The Lord hears: — 
son of Hoshaiah, the Maachathite [JAAZANIAH and 
ISHMAEL], Jer. 40:8. 

JSz'g-bSl. H.348. Mansio habitationis — Place of habitation; 
father of the heavenly dwelling; chaste; not cohabited: — 
wife of King Ahab, 1 Kings 16: 31. 

J8z'§-b81. G.2403. Mansio habitationis — Mansion of habita- 
tion; father of the heavenly dwelling; chaste; not cohab- 
ited: — wife of Ahab, Rev. 2: 20. 

JS'zSr. H.3337. Forma — Shape; isle of help; formation; 
imagination: — third son of Naphtali, Gen. 46:24. 

Je'zSr-Ites. H.3340. Descendants of Jezer; a family of 
Naphtali, Num. 26:49. 

JS-zi'ah. H.3150. Aspergit — He sprinkles; sprinkled of 
Jah: — a descendant of Parosh [JEZIEL], Ezra 10:25. 

JS-zI'el. H.3149. Vilipendit Deus — God despises; sprinkled 
of God:— a Benjamite [JEZIAH], 1 Chron. 12:3. 

JBz-li'ah. H.3152. Vilipendit laborem — He despised the 
toil; Jah draws out; Jah preserves: — a Benjamite, 1 Chron. 
8:18. 

JSz'Q-ar. H.3328. Splendebit-— He shall shine:— son of 
Helah, one of the wives of Asher [ZOHAR], 1 Chron. 4: 7. 

J8z"rft-hi'ah. H.3156. Splendebit Dominus — Jah will shine; 
God is risen:— a Levite [IZRAHIAH], Neh. 12: 42. 

JSz'rg-el. H.3157. Consent Deus — God soweth; God has 
planted: — name of two places in Palestine and of two Israel- 
ites, 1 Chron. 4:3. 

JSz'rg-el-ite. H.3158. An inhabitant of Jezreel, 1 Kings 21 : 1. 

J2*'rp-eJ-I"te8S. H.3159. A woman of Jezreel, 1 Sam. 27: 3. 

Sfbls&zn. H.3005. Suavis — Fragrant*, \AfeassxvV.— *. son of 
Tola, the son of Jasachar, 1 Chron. 1\1* 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 141 



Jld'laph. H.3044. Lacrimosus — Tearful; shedding tears :- 
son of Nahor, Gen. 22 : 22. 

JIm'n&. H.3232. Prosperitas — Prosperity (as betokened by 
the right hand) : — first son of Asher [IMNAH and JIMNAH], 
Num. 26:44. 

JIm'nah. H.3232. Prosperitas — Prosperity: — son of Asher 
[IMNAH and JIMNA], Gen. 46: 17. 

JIm'nItes. H.3232. Descendants of Jimna, Num. 26:44. 

Jlph'tah. H.3316. Aperiebat — He opened; he will open: — 
city of Judah [JEPHTHAH], Josh. 15:43. 

Jlph'thah-el. H.3317. Aperiebat— He opened; God will 
open: — valley landmark between Zebulun and Asher, Josh. 
19: 14. 

JS'&b. H.3097. Dominus pater — The Lord our father; 
Jehovah-fathered: — name of three Israelites, 1 Sam. 26:6. 

J5'ah. H.3098. Domini coniunctio — The joining of the Lord; 
Jehovah-brothered: — name of four Israelites, Isa. 36:3. 

J5'a-h&z. H.3099. Dominus apprehendit — God has taken; 
Jehovah-seized:— father of Joah [JEHOAHAZ], 2 Chron. 
34:8. 

J6-&n'n$. G.2489. Donum graiiosum Dei — The gracious gift 
of God: — name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [JEHO- 
HANAN[, Luke 3: 27. 

J6-&n'n$. G.2489. Donum graiiosum Dei — The gracious 
gift of God: — wife of Chuza, Herod's steward [JEHO- 
HANAN], Luke 8: 3. 

JS'ash. H.3101. Domini grex — Flock of God; Jehovah-fired 
or bestowed: — name of six Israelites [JEHOASH], 1 Chron. 

7:8. 

JS'a-th&m. G.2488. Dominus integrum se exhibuit — God 
showed himself wholly: — son of Ozias in genealogy of Jesus 
[JOTHAM], Matt. 1:9. 

J6b. H.3102. Desiderium — De»\ie\ safe ^R2KfcRNafcjA\ <sss^ 
verted:— a patriarch of Uz, 36b VA. 



142 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

J6b. G.2492. Aegritudo — Affliction; he that weeps or cries: — 
a patriarch of Uz, James 5: 11. 

Jd'b&b. H.3103. Desiderium patris — A father's desire; 
howler; desert: — name of five persons, Gen. 10:29. 

J5ch'8-b8d. H.3115. Domini gloria — Glory of God; Jehovah- 
glorified: — the mother of Aaron, Moses and Miriam, Exod. 
6:20. 

J5'ed. H.3133. Domini ornamentum — Ornament of God; 
appointer; witness of Jehovah: — son of Pedaiah, Neh. 
11:7. 

J6'el. H.3100. Iehovah-Deus— The Lord God; Jehovah- 
God : — the name of twelve Israelites, 1 Sam. 8 : 2. 

J5'el. G.2493. Iehovah-Deus — Jehovah-God; he that wills or 
commands: — a minor prophet, Acts 16:2. 

Jd-elah. H.3132. Removens quercum — Removing the oak; 
God is snatcher; Jah helps: — son of Jeroham, 1 Chron. 12: 7. 

J6-e'zSr. H.3134. Domini auxilium — Help of God; he that 
aids or assists: — one of David's captains, 1 Chron. 12:6. 

J6gT)e-hah. H.3011. Emttabitur—Re shall be exalted; 
elevated: — a place E. of Jordan, Num. 32:35. 

JdglL H.3020. Revelabitur — He shall be revealed; exiled: — 
father of Bukki, a Danite chief, Num. 34: 22. 

J5'h$. H.3109. Festinatio — Haste; Jehovah-revived; who 
enlivens: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 8: 16. 

JA-h&'nan. H.3110. M isericors— Merciful; gift of God; 
Jehovah-favored: — name of nine Israelites, 2 Kings 25: 23. 

Jdhn. G.2491. Donum Dei — Gift of God; grace; dove: — 
the name of four Israelites [JEHOHANAN], Luke 1 : 13. 

Joi'$-d$. H.3111. Dominus cognovit — God has known; 
Jehovah-known:— son of Eliashib [JEHOIDA], Neh. 12: 10. 

Joi'z-'kim. H.3113. Dominus ut subsisted facit — God makes 
to stand still: — a high priest, son oi Jfcetavua. IJEBOIAKIM], 
ATeA 12: 10. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 143 

Joi'fc-rib. H.3114. MuMiplicatio Domini — The increasing of 
God; defended; Jah will contend: — name of three Israelites 
[JEHOIARIB], Ezra 8: 16. 

J5k'd$-am. H.3347. Curvitas — Crookedness; burning of the 
people: — a city of Judah, Josh. 15: 56. 

JSTrim. H.3137. Dominus vt subsisted facit — God makes to 
stand still; Jah will rise: — a son of Shelah [JOIAKIM], 
IChron. 4:22. 

JSk'ms-Sm. H.3361. Congregatio — Congregation; gathered 
by the people: — a city of Ephraim [JOKNEAM], 1 Chron. 
6:68. 

JSk'ng-Sm. H.3362. Lamentatio — Lamentation; possessed by 
the people: — a place in Palestine [JOKMEAM], Josh. 12: 22. 

Jdk'shan. H.3370. Aucupium — Fowling; insidious; diffi- 
cult: — a son of Abraham and Keturah, Gen. 25: 2. 

Jdk'tan. H.3355. Minuitur — He is diminished; small dis- 
pute; contention: — a son of Eber, Gen. 10: 25. 

J6k'th§-el. H.3371. Praemium Dei — Reward of God; 
veneration; subdued: — name of a place in Palestine, also of 
one in Idumaea, Josh. 15: 38. 

JS'nft. G.2495. Colurriba — Dove; pigeon: — father of the 
Apostle Peter [JONAH], John 1 : 42. 

J5n'$-d&d. H.3122. Libere dedit — He gave freely; Jehovah- 
largessed: — name of an Israelite, also of a Rechabite 
[JEHONADAB], Jer. 35:6. 

JS'nah. H.3124. Columba — Dove (apparently from the 
warmth of mating): — son of Amittai [JONAS], Jonah 1: 1. 

JS'nan. G.2494. Columba — Dove; pigeon: — name men- 
tioned in genealogy of Jesus [JONAH], Luke 3: 30. 

JS'nas. G.2495. Columba — Dove: — Greek form of Jonah 
[JONA], Matt. 12:39. 

J5n'ft-than. H.3129. Dominus dedit — The Lord gave; God's 
gift; Jehovah-given: — the name oi ten \5t«i&ta& N^^SXSS^- 
ATHAN], 1 Sam. 13:2. 



144 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Jo'nath-e''lem-r8-ch6'kim. H.3128. English form of a 
Hebrew phrase; meaning, a dumb dove in distant places, 
Psa. 56 : Title. 



JCp'Pft- H.3305. Pulcher — Beautiful; fair; lovely: — a town 
on the E. coast of the Mediterranean [JAPHO], 2 Chron. 2 : 16. 



JSp'pft. G.2445. Pulcher — Beautiful; fair; lovely: — a place 
in Palestine [JAPHO], Acts 9:43. 

JS'rah. H.3139. Pluma autumnalis — Autumnal rain; sprin- 
kling; watering: — an Israelite [HARIPH], Ezra 2: 18. 

J5'rft-L H.3140. Docet Dominus — Jehovah teaches; taught of 
God; rainy: — a Gadite chief, 1 Chron. 5: 13. 

JS'ram. H.3141. Dominus elcdus est — The Lord is exalted; 
height: — name of three Israelites and of Syrian [JEHORAM], 
1 Chron. 26:25. 

JS'ram. G.2496. Dominus elatus est — The Lord is exalted; 
height:— son of Josaphat [JEHORAM], Matt. 1:8. 

Jdr'dan. H.3383. Continuum strepitus — Constant sounding; 
descending: — chief river of Palestine [JARED], Josh. 2:7. 

Jdr'dan. G.2446. Iudicii rivus — River of judgment; the 
descender: — a river of Palestine [JARED], Matt. 3:5. 

JS'rim. G.2497. Dominus extollit — Jehovah extols; the 
height:— *on of Matthat [JORAM], Luke 3:29. 

J5r'kQ-&m. H.3421. Expanditur — It is enlarged; spreading 
of the people: — either a descendant of Caleb, the son of 
Hezron, or a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 2: 44. 

J5s'$-b&d. H.3107. Dominus donavit — The Lord has given; 
Jehovah-endowed: — one of David's warriors [JOZABAD], 
1 Chron. 12:4. 

JS&'g-ph&t. G.2498. Dominus iudicavit — The Lord has 
judged; Jehovah-judged:— a son of Asa [JEHOSHAPHAT], 

Matt. 1 : 8. 

JG'se. G.2499. Donat; Salvatvr — He gjves; a Saviour: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, "Lv&fe ^\*2&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 145 

J5s'e-d8ch. H.3087. IustUia Dei— The justice of God; 
Jehovah-righted:— a high priest [JEHOZADAK], Hag. 1: 1. 

JS'&eph. H.3130. Addit — He adds; to increase; to perfect: — 
name of several Israelites, Gen. 30: 24. 

JS'&eph. G.2501. Addit — He increases; adding; to progress: — 
son of Jacob, Matt. 1 : 16. 

JS'seg. G.2500. Donans; Salvaior — Giving; a Saviour; in- 
creases — name of two Israelites [BARNABAS], Matt. 
13:55. 

J5'shah. H.3144. Desperatio — Despairing; forgetting; dwell- 
ing; Jah a gift: — son of Amaziah, 1 Chron. 4: 34. 

Jfish'a-ph&t. H.3146. Dominies iudificavit — God has judged; 
Jehovah-judged:— one of David's guard [JEHOSHAPHATJ, 
1 Chron. 11:43. 

J6sh"fr-vTah. H.3145. Deus largitus est— God has be- 
stowed; Jehovah-set: — son of Elnaam [JOSIBIAH], 1 Chron. 
11:46. 

JSsh-bSk'ft-shah. H.3436. Habitationis quaesitio diligens — 
Diligent seeking of an habitation; a hard seat: — son of 
Heman, 1 Chron. 25:4. 

J5sh'u-ft. H.3091. Domini liberatio — The deliverance of 
God; Jehovah-saved: — a Jewish leader [JEHOSHUA and 
JESHUA], Exod. 17:9. 

JA-si'ah. H.2977. Donat Dominus — The Lord gives; Jehovah- 
heals: — the 'name of two Israelites [JOSIAS], 1 Kings 13: 2. 

J6-Sl'as. G.2502. Dominu8 donat — The Lord gives; founded 
of Jah: — son of Amon [JOSIAH], Matt. 1: 10. 

J5s"I-bI'ah. H.3143. Ut habitet faciei Dominus — Jehovah 
will cause to dwell : — father of Jehu [JOSHAVIAH], 1 Chron. 
4:35. 

J5s"I-phi'ah. H.3131. Addit Dominies— The Lord increases; 
Jah is adding:— an Israelite [JOSEPH], Ezra 8: 10. 

JSt'bah. H.3192. Bonflaa-^tooAD^ 
in Palestine [JOTBATH and SOTBKISLfe^V***^^ 



146 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

JdfbSth. H.3193. Bonitas illius — His. goodness; turning 
away: — a place in the desert [JOTBAH], Deut. 10: 7. 

JSt'b&th-ah. H.3193. Bonitas Mius—His goodness; turning 
away: — desert station of the Israelites [JOTBAH], Num. 
33:33. 

J5'tham. H.3147. Perfectio Domini — The perfection of 
God; Jehovah is upright: — name of three Israelites, Judg. 9: 5. 

J5z'$-b&d. H.3107. Dominus donavit — The Lord has given; 
Jehovah-endowed: — name of seven Israelites [JEHOZABAD], 
2Chron. 31:13. 

J5z'$-char. H.3108. Recor dolus; donavit — Remembered; 
he has given; Jehovah remembers: — son of Shimeath, 
2 Kings 12: 21. 

J8z'$-d&k. H.3136. Dominus iustus erat — God was just: — 
contracted form of Jehozadak, Ezra 3: 2. 

JQ'bil. H.3106. Flumen perenne — A constant stream; 
music: — son of Lamech by Adah, Gen. 4:21. 

Jtl'caL H.3116. Superior fiam — I shall become superior; 
potent; mighty: — an Israelite [JEHUCAL], Jer. 38: 1. 

JCt'dft. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — name of 
four Israelites [ JUDE, JUDAH and JUDAS], Luke 3 : 30. 

Jfl-dae'9. G.2449. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — a 
region of Palestine [JUDAH and JUDEA], Matt. 19: 1. 

Jft'dah. H.3063. Celebratio Domini — Praise of God; cel- 
ebrated: — name of five Israelites, also a tribe, and a terri- 
tory, Gen. 35:23. 

Jft'dah. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — "the 
house of Judah," Heb. 8: 8. 

Jfi'das. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — Greek 
form of Judah [ISCARIOT, BARSABAS], Luke 6: 16. 

Slide. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — brother 
of James [JUDAS, LEBBAEUS}, Judfc V.\. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 147 

Jfi-d5'&. H.3061. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — Jew- 
ish; land named from tribe of Judah, Ezra 5: 8. 

Jfi'dith. H.3067. Lavs — Praise; confession; Jewess: — wife of 
Esau [JUDAH], Gen. 26: 34. 

Jfi'lI-&. G.2456. Crispa — Curled; frizzled; feminine of 
Julius: — a Christian woman, Rom. 16: 15. 

Jfi'H-US. G.2457. Crispus — Curled; frizzled; soft-haired; 
downy: — a Roman centurion, Acts 27: 1. 

Jfi'nI-&. G.2458. luoenis — A youth: — Roman friend of Paul, 
Rom. 16:7. 

JG'pI-tSr. G.2203. IwppiUr — Father Jove: — chief god among 
the ancient Romans, Acts 14: 12. 

Jfi'sh&b-hS'&Sd. H.3142. Retribuitur gratia — Loving-kind- 
ness is returned: — son of Zerubbabel [HASADIAH], 1 Chron. 
3:20. 

Jfis'tUS. G.2459. lustus — Upright; just: — the name of three 
Christians [BARSABAS], Acts 1 : 23. 

Jtit'tah. H.3194. Extenditur — It is extended; turning 
away: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 15:55. 

K&b'zQ-el. H.6934. Congregatio Dei — An assembly of God; 
God has gathered:-— place in Palestine [JEKABZEEL], 
Josh. 15:21. 

KS'dBsh. H.6946. Sacer — Sacred; holy; sanctuary: — a place 
in the desert [EN-MISHPAT], Gen. 14:7. 

K&"desh-b&r / ne-$. H.6947. Sacer; desertum vagationis — 
Holy; desert of wandering: — a place in the desert [KADESH], 
Num. 34:4. 

Kfid'ml-el. H.6934. Praeveniens Deus cum beneficiie — God 
going before with benefits; minister of God: — a Levite, 
Ezra 2: 40. 

K&d'm5n-It68. H.6935. Antiquus; Oriens — Ancient; aborig- 
inal; the Eastern: — name of a tribe in Palestine, Gen. 15: 19. 

Killa-L H.7040. Celer fuit Deus— ^ok ^*s> *gfe&L\ '^5^ 
messenger of Jehovah: — an Israelite, ^^&- Y^/ift- 



148 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

K&'nah. H.7071. Calamus — A reed, or cane; place of reeds : — 
name of a stream and a place in Palestine, Josh. 16: 8. 

Ka-re'ah. H.7143. Calwis — Bald; bare; ice: — father of 
Johanan and Jonathan [CAREAH], Jer. 40:8. 

KSr'k&-&* H.7173. Pavimentum — Pavement; ground-floor; 
bottom; dissolving coldness: — place in Palestine, Josh. 15:3. 

Karlcdr. H.7174. Collectio — Collection; foundation; exca- 
vation: — place E. of Jordan, Judg. 8: 10. 

K&r'tah. H.7177. lunctio — Joining ; meeting together ; city : — 
Levitical city in Zebulun, Josh. 21:34. 

Kar'tan. H.7178. Urbs magna, vel gemina — A large, or 
double city; city plot: — a city of Naphtali [KIRJATHAIM], 
Josh. 21 : 32. 

K&t'tath. H.7005. Perparva — Very small; littleness: — one of 
the cities of Zebulun [KITRON], Josh. 19: 15. 

Ke'dar. H.6938. Nigerrimus — Very black; dark-skinned; 
dusky: — a son of Ishmael, Gen. 25: 13. 

KSd'g-mah. H.6929. Oriens — The East; ancient; prece- 
dence: — a son of Ishmael, Gen. 25: 15. 

K8d'§-m8th. H.6932. Antiguae — Antiquities; Orientals; 
beginnings: — a place in eastern Palestine, Josh. 13: 18. 

Ke'desh. H.6943. Sanctus — Holy; sanctuary: — the name of 
four places in Palestine [KADESH], Josh. 15:23. 

KS'desh-n&ph'ta-lL H.5321. Sanetus; luctatio mea— Holy; 
my wrestling: — city of refuge in Naphtali, see H.6943, 
Judg. 4:6. 

K&-h81'$-thah. H.6954. Congregaiio— Congregation; con- 
vocation: — a place in the desert, Num. 33:22. 

Kei'lah. H.7084. Munimentum — Fortification; castle; voice 
of God: — name of a place in Palestine and of an Israelite 
/EN-HAKKORE], Josh. 15:44. 

X6-l£'iah. H.7041. Congregaiio Domini — The congregation 
of the Lord:— an Israelite IKELITM, "&*** ^/»- 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 149 

K8ri-t&. H.7042. Congregatio — A gathering of the people: — 
a Levite [KELITA], Ezra 10: 23. 

K8m'a-el. H.7055. Grex Dei— Flock of God; God is risen:— 
name of three persons, Num. 34:24. 

Ke'nan. H.7018. Possessio ampla — Ample possession; owner; 
fixed:— son of Enos [CAINAN], 1 Chron. 1: 2. 

KS'nath. H.7079. Possessio — A possession: — a place E. of 
Jordan, Num. 32:42. 

KS'n&z. H.7073. Venatus — Hunting; to chase: — name of an 
Edomite and of two Israelites, Gen. 36: 11. 

K8n'ez-Ite. H.7074. Venatus— To hunt; hunter: — descend- 
ant of Kenaz [KENIZZITES], Num. 32: 12. 

KSn'Ite. H.7014. Possessio — Possession; purchase; smith: — 
name of an Oriental tribe, Num. 24: 22. 

KSn'Iz-zItes. H.7074. Venatus— Hunting; hunter:— a Ca- 
naanitish tribe [KENEZITE], Gen. 15: 19. 

K8r'$n-h&p'pi)ch. H.7163. Splendor carbunculi — Splendor of 
the carbuncle; horn of beauty: — daughter of Job, Job 
42: 14. 

K9'ri-5th. H.7152. Cives — Citizens; calling; meeting; build- 
ings: — a town of Judah, also a city of the Moabites 
[KIRIOTH], Josh. 15:25. 

KS'ros. H.7026. Ansa — A handle; ankled; a weaver's comb: — 
one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2: 44. 

K8-tfi'rah. H.6989. Suffitus— Fumigation; perfumed; to 
burn; incense: — a wife of Abraham, Gen. 25: 1. 

K8-zi'$. H.7103. Cassia — Cassia; surface; scraped off: — a 
daughter of Job, Job 42: 14. 

Ke'ziz. H.7104. Abscissio — Cutting off; clipped; abrupt; 
extremity: — a valley in Palestine, Josh. 18:21. 

KIb'roth-h&t-t&'&-vah. H.6914. Sepvlcra concupiscentiae — 
Graves of lust, i. e., longing: — a \)\&£& \si ^Jaa ^asss^-T^sss^ 
11: 34. 



150 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

KIb'z&-im. H.6911. Congregatio — Congregation; double 
heap:— a town of Ephraim [JOKMEAM], Josh. 21:22. 

KId'ron. H.6939. VaMe ater—Very black; dusky; turby; 
sad; gloomy: — brook near Jerusalem [CEDRON], 2 Sam. 
15:23. 

Ki'nah. H.7016. Possessio — Possession; dirge; lamenta- 
tion: — a town on extreme S. boundary of Judah, Job 15: 22. 



Kir. H.7024. Oppidum — Town; a walled place; fortress: — 
name of two places, Amos 9: 7. 

KIr-hSr'$-s8th. H.7025. Oppidum testaceum — Fortress of 
earthenware; town of witness: — a place in Moab, 2 Kings 
3:25. 

Kir-h&r'e-sSth. H.7025. Oppidum testaceum — Brick fortress; 
. town of witness: — a place in Moab, Isa. 16: 7. 

Kir-h&'resh. H.7025. Oppidum testaceum — Brick fortress; 
town of witness: — a place in Moab, Isa. 16: 11. 

Kir-h@'res. H.7025. Oppidum testaceum — Brick fortress; 
town of witness: — a place in Moab, Jer. 48: 31. 

Kfr"I-$-th&'im. H.7741. Urbs gemina— Double city: — a 
place E. of Jordan [KIRJATHAIM], Jer. 48: 1. 

KIr'I-8th. H.7152. Cives — Citizens; calling; meetings: — a 
place in Moab [KERIOTH], Amos 2: 2. 

KIr'j&th. H.7157. Urbs—^A city; city of towns; vocation; 
meeting: — city in Benjamin, Josh. 18: 28. 

KIr"ja-th&'im. H.7156. Urbs gemina— Double or twin 
city:— a Moabite town [KIRIATHAIM], Num. 32:37. 

Kir'jath-ar'b&. H.7153. Urbs Arbae, vel quattuor— City of 
Arba, or of four: — early name of Hebron, Josh. 15: 54. 

Kir'jath-a'rim. H.7157. Urbs silvarum — City of woods or 
of towns: — abbreviated form of Kirjath-jearim, Ezra 2: 25. 

Xlr'jath-b&'al. H.7154. Urbs divitis— City of the rich 
man .—alternative name of Kkjatii-fcarasi, io&i. W^&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 151 

Kir'jath-ha'zoth. H.7155. Urbs platearum— City of 
streets: — a place in Moab, Num. 22:39. 

Kir'jath-jS'fc-rlm. H.7157. Urbs silvarum— City of woods; 
city of forests: — a Gibeonite city, Josh. 9: 17. 

Kfr'jathr-san'nah. H.7158. Urbs munditiae— City of clean- 
liness; palm-city: — early name of Debir, Josh. 15: 49. 

Kir'jath-se'phSr. H.7158. Urbs librorum— City of books; 
city of separation: — early name of Debir, Josh. 15: 15. 

KIsh. H.7027. Aucupium — Fowling; hard; difficult; a bow: — 
the name of five Israelites, 1 Sam. 9:1. 

KIsh'L H.7029. Aucupium Dei — Hunting of God; bowed: — 
a Merarite and father of Ethan [KUSHAIAH], 1 Chron. 6: 44. 

KIshl-tfn. H.7191. Valde durus — Very hard; soreness: — a 
town of Issachar, Josh. 19: 20. 

Kl'shSn. H.7191. Valde curvus — Very crooked; curved; 
winding: — a stream of Palestine [KISON], Judg. 5: 21. 

Kl'son. H.7028. Curvus — Crooked; winding; curved : — a river 
of Palestine [KISHON], Psa. 83. 9. 

KIth'lish. H.3798. Paries dealbatus—A whited wall; a man's 
wall; separation: — a town in the lowland of Judah, Josh. 
15:40. 

KIt'rSn. H.7003. Perparvus — Very small; knotty; fumiga- 
tive: — a town of Zebulun, Judg. 1:30. 

KIt'tim. H.3794. Contusicmes — Contusions ; breaking small : — 
a son of Javan [CHITTIM], Gen. 10:4. 

K5'&. H.6970. Terra plana — A level country; curtailment; 
line; hope; prince: — a region of Babylon, Ezek. 23: 23. 

KOliath. H.6955. CongregaMo — An assembly; allied; obedi- 
ence: — second son of Levi, Gen. 46: 11. 

K5Tiath-Ite. H.6956. Descendants of Eohath, Num. 3: 27. 

Kd-la'iah. H.6964. Vox Dei— The voice ot G«&\ ^*» *K 
Jab ; — the name of two IsrafcYitea, ^^i. \V/l * 



152 DICTIONAEY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Kd'rah. H.7141. Calms — Bald; bare; frozen; icy: — name of 
two Edomites and of three Israelites [CORE], Gen. 36: 5. 

K6'rah-Ite. H.7145. Descendant of Korah [KORATHITE], 
1 Chron. 9: 19. 

K5'rath-Ites. H.7145. Descendants of Korah [KORAHITE], 
Num. 26:58. 

K5'r8. H.6981. Perdix — A partridge; crier: — the name of 
two Israelites, 1 Chron. 9: 19. 

KdrTlltes. H.7145. Descendants of Korah [KORAHITE], 
Exod. 6:24. 

KSz. H.6976. Spina— A thorn: — an Israelite [COZ and 
HAKOZ], Ezra 2: 61. 

Ku-shS'iah. H.6984. Aucupium Dei— Hunting of God; 
entrapped of Jah:— father of Ethan [KISHI], 1 Chron. 15: 17. 

LS'&-dah. H.3935. In ornamentum — For ornament; to testify; 
order: — son of Shelah, 1 Chron. 4:21. 

LS'&-dSn. H.3936. In oblectationem — For delight; for a wit- 
ness; put in order: — the name of two Israelites [LIBNI], 
1 Chron. 23:7. 

LS'ban. H.3837. AUms — White; shining; gentle: — name of a 
son of Bethuel, and of a place in the desert [LIBNAH], 
Gen. 24: 29. 

L&'chish. H.3923. Ad terrorem — For terror; impregnable; 
hill; height: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 10:3. 

LS'el. H.3815. Deo— To God; to the mighty:— father of 
Eliasaph, Num. 3:24. 

L&ll&d. H.3855. In oraiionem — For an ovation; to be 
earnest; oppression: — son of Jaahath, 1 Chron. 4: 2. 

La-h&i'roi. H.883. Vivens Dens aspiciens me — The living 
God looking on me:— well of Hagar's relief [BEER-LAHAI- 
ROI], Gen. 24:62. 

LMh'mam. H.3903. Pants copiae — Abundance of bread; 
place of flight: — a town in lowland Su&aii, Sudt. 1&-.4Q. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 153 

L&h'mi. H.3902. Magnus in mole — Great in a heap; my 
bread; foodful: — brother of Goliath the Gittite, 1 Chron. 20: 5. 

La'ish. H.3919. Leo — A lion; crushing; destructive blows: — 
name of two places in Palestine, 1 Sam. 25:44. 

LS'kiim. H.3946. Ad consistentiam — For firmness; way- 
stopper, i. e., a fortified place: — place in Palestine, Josh. 
19:33. 

LS'mech. H.3929. Validus; robustus — Healthy; strong; 
overthrower: — name of two antediluvian patriarchs, Gen. 
4:18. 

LS'mech. G.2984. Validus; robustus — Healthy; powerful; 
wild man: — father of Noe, Luke 3:36. 

La-5d"I-$5'$. G.2993. Populus iustus — A just people; 
justice: — a city of Phrygia in Asia Minor, Rev. 1: 11. 

L&-5d"I-S§'an8. G.2994. Inhabitants of Laodicea, Col. 4:16. 

L&p'i-d5th. H.3941. Lampades — Lamps; torches; light; 
enlightened: — husband of Deborah the prophetess, Judg. 4: 4. 

La-s9'&. G.2996. Lapidosa — Stony: — a place in Crete, 
Acts 27:8. 

LS'shft. H.3962. In oblectationem — For delight; wise; fissure; 
to break through: — a Canaanite border, Gen. 10: 19. 

La-sh&r'on. H.8289. In planitiem magnam — For a great 
plain; on the plain: — name of a Canaanite town [SHARON], 
Josh. 12: 18. 

L&t'in. G.4513. Lingua Latina — Language of Latium, i. e., 
of the Romans, Luke 23:38. 

L&z'&-rus. G.2976. Auxilium Dei— Help of God; grace: — 
name of two Israelites (one imaginary) [ELEAZAR], John 
11:1. 

LS'ah. H.3812. Defatigatio— Weariness; painful; languid: — 
daughter of Laban and wife of Jacob, Gen. 29: 16. 

L8b'&-n$. H.3838. AUms — White; poetically tfca. \ss*sfc:— 
one of the Nethinim [LEBASSAS\,^\^ V.«S>. 



154 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

LSbVnah. H.3838. AUms— White; poetically, the moon:— 
one of the Nethinim [LEBANA], Ezra 2:45. 

L8b'&-non. H.3844. Valde aJbus — Very white; incense: — 
a mountain range in Palestine, Deut. 1 : 7. 

L8b'&-5th. H.3822. Leones — Lions; lionesses: — a boundary 
town of southern Judah, Josh. 15: 32. 

L8b-bae'us. G.3002. Laudens; homo cordatus — Praising; 
man of heart; courageous: — brother of James [THAD- 
DAEUS], Matt. 10: 3. 

L8-b5'nah. H.3829. Albedo — Whiteness; frankincense; sign 
of the heart: — place in Palestine, Judg. 21: 19. 

LS'cah. H.3922. AmbulaMonis — Of walking; going; a prom- 
enade; journey: — name of a person or place, 1 Chron. 4: 21. 

WftlQn. G.3003. Legio — A legion: — a division of Roman 
army, Mark 5:9. 

Lelia-blm. H.3853. Flammae — Flames; which are inflamed; 
flame-colored: — aMizraite tribe [LUBIM], Gen. 10:13. 

LSllL H.3896. Maxilla — Cheek-bone; jaw-bone: — place 
where Samson slew the Philistines, Judg. 15:9. 

L8m'u-el. H.3927. In Deo— In God; one for God; dedicated 
or devoted: — an unknown king [JAKEH], Prov. 31:4. 

LS'shem. H.3959. TranquiUitas — Tranquillity; fortress; 
name; precious stone: — place in Palestine [LAISH], Josh. 
19:47. 

LS-tfi'shim. H.3912. Cordusiorm — Bruises; hammered; op- 
pressed: — son of Dedan, Gen. 25:3. 

Lft-iim'mim. H.3817. PopvM multi — Many peoples; com- 
munities; nations: — son of Dedan, Gen. 25:3. 

Le'vl. H.3878. Adhesio mea — My joining; associated; at- 
tached: — a son of Jacob, Gen. 29: 34. 



Z&'vf. G.3017. Adhesio mea — My joining; to adhere: — name 
of two of Jesus' ancestors, Luke 3:24. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 155 

LS'vIte. G.3019. Adhesio mea — My adhesion; who is held 
or associated: — descendant of Levi, Luke 10:32. 

Le'vlt-lc-al. G.3020. Adhesio mea — My adhesion: — relating 
to the Levites, Heb. 7: 11. 

LIb'Sr-tlneg. G.3032. Libertini— Free ones; freedinen:— 
emancipated Jewish slaves; a sect/ Acts 6: 9. 

LIb'nah. H.3841. Albedo — Whiteness; clearness: — a place in 
the desert and one in Palestine [LABAN], Num. 33: 20. 

LIb'nL H.3845. In aedificationem — For building up; white: — 
son of Gershon (Exod. 6 : 17) ; son of Mahli, 1 Chron. 6 : 29. 

LIb'nites. H.3846. Descendants of Libni, the son of Gershon 
[GERSHONITES], Num. 3:21. 

LIb'y-&. H.6316. Cor maris — The heart of the sea: — the 
African continent W. of Egypt [LUBIM], Exod. 30: 5. 

LIb'y-&. G.3033. Situs; aestus; cot maris — Situated; heat; 
heart of the sea: — a region of Africa [LEHABIM, LUBIM], 
Acts 2: 10. 

LIb'y-ans. H.6316. People of Libya [PUT, PHUT and 
LUBIM], Jer. 46:9. 

LIk'hL H.3949. Portio — A portion; learned: — a Manassite, 
son of Shemida, 1 Chron. 7: 19. 

Li'nus. G.3044. Leoni similis — Like to a lion; flax; nets: — a 
Roman friend of Paul, 2 Tim. 4: 21. 

L6-Sm'mi. H.3818. Non populus mens — Not my people : — 
figurative name of Hosea's son, Hos. 1 : 9. 

L6d. H.3850. Progenies; partus — Offspring; birth; nativity; 
generation; strife; fissure; division: — place in Palestine, 
Neh. 7:37. 

L6-d5'b&r. H.3810. Sine duce — Without a guide; pasture- 
less; barren: — a place E. of Jordan, 2 Sam. 17:27. 

L6'i8. G.3090. Mdi or— Better; pleasm&\— uKfttast ^^Sjsss*^ 
and grandmother of Timothy , 1 ^xxi. V.^. 



156 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ldrd. H.3068. Dominus — Lord: — almost uniform rendering 
of Jehovah in the Old Testament, Gen. 2: 4. 

Ld-ru'h&-mah. H.3819. Misericordia non est affecta — Mercy 
is not shown by her; the uncompassionate:— daughter of 
Hosea [RUHANIAH], Hos. 1:6. 

L5t. H.3876. Tectio — Covering; veil; joined; myrrh: — son 
of Haran, Gen. 11:27. 

L5t. G.3091. Tectio; protectio — Covering; hidden; protec- 
tion: — a patriarch, nephew of Abraham, Luke 17:28. 

LO / tan. H.3877. Tectio — Covering; wrapped up; joined: — 
eldest son of Seir the Horite, Gen. 36:20. 

Lul)Im. H.3864. Habitatores soli aridi siticulosique — Inhab- 
itants of a dry and thirsty land : — [LIBYANS], Nah. 3 : 9. 

Lu'blmg. H.3864. Perhaps inhabitants of interior Africa 
[LUBIM], 2 Chron. 12:3. 

Lu'cas. G.3065. Luminosus— Luminous: — a companion of 
Paul during his imprisonment at Rome [LUKE], Philem. 
1:24. 

Lu'$?-f8r . H. 1966. Stella diurna — Day-star ; beams of light : — 
symbolical representation of the king of Babylon in his 
splendor and in his fall, Isa. 14: 12. 

Lu'sJus. G.3066. Lux; surgens — Light; rising up; born in 
the day time: — a Christian, Acts 13: 1. 

Lfid. H.3865. Progenies — Offspring; nativity; generation; 
strife; tortuous: — son of Shem [LYDIA], Gen. 10:22. 

Lu'dlm. H.3866. Progenies — Offspring; nativity; genera- 
tion: — a Mizraite people or tribe [LUD], Gen. 10: 13. 

Lu'hith. H.3872. Locus ehius — Elevated place; a table; 
floor; made of boards: — place in Moab, Isa. 15:5. 

Luke. G.3065. Luminosus — Luminous: — author of third 
gospel and of Acts, Col. 4: 14. 

Lite. H.3870. Amygdalus — An almond-tree; separation: — 
name of two places in Palestine, Gen.. T&'.lft. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 157 

* 

Lyc"$-6'nl-fc. G.3071. Sinus ovium — Breast of sheep; wolf- 
land: — a region of Asia Minor, Acts 14:6. 

L^Jto- G.3073. InjUimmatio; ardor — Inflammation; great 
heat: — a province of Asia Minor, Acts 27: 5. 

Ly<T<l&. G.3069. Decus — An ornament; strife: — a place in 
Palestine [LOD and LUD], Acts 9:32. 

Lyd'I-&. H.3865. Progenies; partus — Offspring; descendants; 
birth: — a province of Asia Minor [LUD and LUDIM], 
Ezek. 30: 5. 

Lyd'I-&. G.3070. Partus; progenies — Birth; offspring: — first 
European woman convert of Paul, Acts 16: 14. 

Lyd'I-ang. H.3866. Inhabitants of Lydia [LUDIM], Jer. 
46:9. 

Ly-sa'nI-as. G.3078. Solvens tristitiam — Dissolving sad- 
ness; grief -dispelling: — a governor of Abilene, Luke 3: 1. 

Ljfe'I-as. G.3079. Solvens; liberans — Dissolving; liberating; 
relaxing: — captain of the band that rescued Paul [CLAU- 
DIUS], Acts 23: 26. 

Lys'trg. G.3082. Grex ovium — Flock of sheep; that dissolves 
or disperses: — place in Asia Minor, Acts 14:6. 

M&'&-cah. H.4601. Attritio — Friction; depression; fas- 
tened : — mother of Absalom; also name of a place, 2 Sam. 3 : 3. 

Ma'&-chah. H.4601. Attritio — Friction; oppression: — name 
of several persons and places [MAACHAH], 1 Kings 2: 39. 

Ma-ich'fc-thi. H.4602. Fradus — Broken; depression: — peo- 
ple of Maacah [MAACHATHITES], Deut. 3:14. 

Ma~ach'&-thlte. H.4602. A descendant of Maachah, 
2 Sam. 23:34. 

Ma-Sd'&i. H.4572. Ornamentum Dei — The ornament of 
God; pleasant: — a son of Bam [MAADIAH], Ezra 10: 34. 

Ma-$-di'ah. H.4573. Ornamentum Dei — The ornament q€ 
God; pleasantness: — a ret\xrue& \flteek ^&&iXAiS£fc^^- 
12: 5. 



158 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ma-a'I. H.4597. Fans Domini — The fountain of the Lord; 
sympathetic; compassionate: — an Israelite, Neh. 12:36. 

Ma-U'eh-a-cr&b'bim. H.4610. Ascensus; scorpiones — Going 
up; scorpions: — a place in the desert [AKRABBIM], Josh. 
15:3. 

Ma'$-r&th. H.4638. Locus planus — Level place; waste; tree- 
less place: — town of Judah, Josh. 15: 59. 

M&"a-&5'iah. H.4641. Opus Domini— The work of Jeho- 
vah: — the name of sixteen Israelites, Jer. 21:1. 

Ma-ftsi-Si. H.4640. Opus Domini — The work of the Lord; 
operative: — a priest [MAASEIAH], 1 Chron. 9: 12. 

MS'ath. G.3092. Abruptio; ablatio — Breaking; removing; 
fearing: — son of Mattathias [MAHATH], Luke 3:26. 

MS'&z. H.4619. Oppressio — Oppression; anger; closure: — son 
of Ram, the first-born of Jerahmeel, 1 Chron. 2: 27. 

Ma"&-zi'ah. H.4590. Solatium Dei— The consolation of 
God; rescue of Jah: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 
24:18. 

M&$"e-d5'nI-&. G.3110. Adoraiio; elatio — Adoration; eleva- 
tion; extended: — a Roman province, Acts 16:9. 

M&$"e-d5'nl-an. G.3110. Inhabitants of Macedonia, Acts 
27:2. 

M&ch'b$-nai. H.4344. Vinculum Domini — Chain of God; 
stout; fat thick one: — a Gadite chief, 1 Chron. 12: 13. 

M&ch'bs-nah. H.4343. Vinculum — Chain; cloak; poverty 
of the son: — place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 2:49. 

Ma'chl. H.4352. Consumptio virium — Consuming of strength ; 
pining; diminution: — father of Geuel, the Gadite spy, Num. 
13:15. 

Ma'chlr. H.4353. Venditus — Sold; he who sells: — name of 
two persons, Gen. 50: 23. 

MM'chlr-ites. H.4354. Descendants of Machir, the father 
ofGilead, Num. 26:29. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 159 

M&ch"nfi-dS / b&i. H.4367. Quid est instar liberalitatis Deit— 
What is like the liberality of God?: — a son of Bani, Exod. 
10:40. 

M&ch-pe'lah. H.4375. Duplicatio—A doubling; a fold; 
spiral form; winding: — Abraham's burial cave, Gen. 23:9. 

M&d'a-L H.4074. Extendit Dominus — God extends; mid- 
dle: — son of Japheth, and progenitor of the Medes, Gen. 10: 2. 

Mfi'di-an. G.3099. Extensio magna — Great extension; con- 
tention: — a region of Arabia [MIDI AN], Acts 7: 29. 

M&d-m&n'nah. H.4089. Locus stercoris — Place of manure; 
dunghill: — a towu in southern Judah, near Gaza [MAD- 
MENAH], Josh. 15:31. 

M&d'men. H.4086. Locus stercoris — Place of manure; dung- 
hill: — a place in Moab, Jer. 48: 2. 

Mid-mS'nah. H.4088. Locus stercoris — Place of manure; 
dunghill: — a town in Benjamin [MADMANNAH], Isa. 
10:31. 

Ma'dfin. H.4068. Lucus iudicii — Place of judgment; con- 
tention: — an ancient city of Canaan, Josh. 11: 1. 

M&gl)i8h. H.4019. Congregaiio — Assembly; fortress; stiff- 
ening: — name of an Israelite or of place in Palestine, Ezra 
2:30. 

M&g'dft-1$. G.3093. Tunis; castdlum — Tower; castle; great- 
ness: — village on W. shore of Sea of Galilee [MIGDOL], 
Matt. 15:39. 

M&g-d$-15'n8. G.3094. Elatus; magnus— Elevated; grand; 
magnificent: — one from Magdala, Mark 16: 9. 

M&g'di-el. H.4025. Pretiosum donum Dei — Excellent, or 
precious, gift of God; praise: — a duke of Edom, Gen. 36: 43. 

Ma'gdg. H.4031. Expansio — Enlargement: — name applied 
both to a person and a land [GOG], Gen. 10: 2. 

Ma'gdg. G.3098. Extensio — Exta&8faoL % , waqgfigssfts&ss&N ^ 
roof.—antichmtim [GOG], ftfcv. »\%. 



160 DICTIONAEY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ma'gdr-mls'Sfc-blb. H.4036. Metus undique — Fear every- 
where; terror on every side: — a symbolical name for "Pashur," 
Jer. 20:3. 

M&g'pl-fish. H.4047. Congregatio congregationis — Congrega- 
tion of the congregation; moth-killer; collector: — an Israelite, 
Neh. 10:20. 

Ma-hSlah. H.4244. Morbus — Disease: — the name, appar- 
ently, of two Israelitesses [MAHLAH], 1 Chron. 7: 18. 

Ma-ha'l$-15"el. H.4111. Laudens Dewm— Praising God:— 
name of an antediluvian patriarch and of an Israelite, 
Gen. 5: 12. 

Mall$-lath. H.4258. Commiseratio — Compassion; singing; 
sickness: — name of an Ishmaelitess and of an Israelitess 
[BASHEMATH], 2 Chron. 11: 18. 

MSll$-lath. H.4257. Morbus — Sickness ; the spiritual malady 
of the sons of men: — [MALAH], Psa. 53: Title. 

M&11&-1L H.4249. Infirmitos — Infirmity; instability: — a son 
of Merari [MAHLI], Exod. 6: 19. 

MS'lia-n&'im. H.4266. Castra duo— Two camps or hosts; 
marching up: — place where Jacob met the angels, Gen. 32: 2. 

M&lia-neh-d&n. H.4265. Castra iudicii — Camp of judg- 
ment: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 18: 12. 

Ma-hSr'a-L H.4121. Festinatio Dei— The haste of God; 
swift; impetuous: — one of David's captains, 2 Sam. 23: 28. 

MSliath. H.4287. Ablatio — Taking or wiping away; erasure; 
grasping: — name of two Israelites, 2 Chron. 29: 12. 

MSlia-vIte. H.4233. Locus congregationis — The place of the 
congregation; blotting out:— designation of Eliel, 1 Chron. 
11:46. 

Ma-ha'zI-Sth. H.4238. Visiones — Visions; seeing a sign: — 
a son of Heman, the Kohathite, 1 Chron. 25: 4. 

JVK'iSr-shSl^al-hftsh'-biz. H.4122. Festinans ad spolium— 
Hastening to the spoil: — symbolical nsmfc of the son of 
Isaiah, Isa. 8: 1. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 161 

M&hl&h. H.4244. Morbus — Disease; pardon: — eldest of the 
five daughters of Zelophehad [MAHALAH], Num. 26:33. 

Mahli. H.4249. Infirmatos — Infirmity; sickness: — name of 
two Israelites [MAHALI], Num. 3:20. 

Mah'lites. H.4250. Descendants of Mahli, the son of Merari, 
Num. 3:33. 

M&hlon. H.4248. Morbus gravis — A heavy disease: — the 
first husband of Ruth; son of Elimelech, Ruth 1 : 2. 

Maliol. H.4235. Infirmitas — Infirmity; dancing in a circle: — 
father of Ethan, Heman, Chalcol and Darda, 1 Kings 4: 31. 

Ma/k&z. H.4739. Locus extremus — Distant place; an end; 
extremity :—part of Solomon's commissariat districts, 1 Kings 
4:9. 



Mfik-he'loth. H.4722. Locus vbi congregatur — Place where 
the people assemble; choirs: — a place in the desert, Num. 
33:25. 

M&k-ke'dah. H.4719. Locus pecuariorum — Place of cattle- 
breeders: — an ancient Canaanite city, Josh. 10: 10. 

M&k'tesh. H.4389. Acervus rnortniorum — Heap of the dead; 
a deep hollow; a mortar: — a place in Jerusalem, Zeph. 
1:11. 

M&Ta-chl. H.4401. Nuntius Domini — A messenger of 
Jehovah; ministrative: — last of minor prophets, Mai. 1:1. 

M&Tcham. H.4445. Summus rex — Exalted king; their 
king: — the idol Molech (Zeph. 1:5); a Benjamite, 1 Chron. 
8:9. 

Mil-chl'ah. H.4441. Rex est Dominus — The Lord is king; 
Jehovah's king: — the name of several Israelites, Jer. 
38:1. 

Mftl'chl-el. H.4439. Rex est Deus— God is king; king of 
God: — son of Beriah, the son Asher, Gen. 46: 17. 

Mil'cM-el-Ites. H.4440. De^utexite dL ^&3ca^> "**> 
grandson of Asher, Num. 26: 45. 



1G2 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PjCUr^. _ 

Mil-chl'jah. H.4441. Dominies regnat — The Lord reigns; 
king of Jah: — name of several Israelites [MALCHIAH], 
1 Chron. 9:12. 

M&l-chi'ram. H.4443. Rex excelsus — Most exalted king; 
king of altitude: — son of Jeconiah, or Jehoiachin, 1 Chron. 
3:18. 

MU'cM-shu'ft. H.4444. Regis auxilium— The help of the 
king:— son of King Saul [MELCHI-SHUA], 1 Chron. 8:33. 

M&Tchus. G.3124. Rex — A king; kingdom; counselor: — the 
one whose ear Peter cut off [MALLUCH], John 18: 10. 

Ma-lelfr-el. G.3121. Laus Dei— Praise of God:— the son of 
Cainan [MAHALALEEL], Luke 3: 37. 

MSl'ld-thi. H.4413. Dixi — I have spoken; my fullness: — a 
son of Heman, 1 Chron. 25:4. 

M&Tluch. H.4409. Possessio — Possession; reigning; coun- 
seling: — the name of five Israelites [MALCHUS], Neh. 10:4. 

MSlll'rd. H.4471. Elatio — Lifting up; strength; bitter: — an 
Amorite, confederate with Abram; most ancient name of 
Hebron, Gen. 14: 13. 

M8n'$-en. G.3127. Consolatar — A comforter; leader: — a 
Christian teacher at Antioch [MEN AHEM], Acts 13: 1. 

M&n'$-h&th. H.4506. Donum — A gift; rest: — name of an 
Edomite and of a place in Moab, Gen. 36: 23. 

Ma-na'heth-ltes. H.2679. Domina mea — My lady; mids 
of the resting-places: — named in the genealogies of Judab 
1 Chron. 2:52. 

Ma-n&s'seh. H.4519. Ut oblivisceretur fecit — He made • 
forget; forgetting: — name of an Israelite; a tribe, and 
territory, Gen. 41 : 51. 

Ma-n&s'seg. G.3128. Oblivio — Forgetf ulness :— son of Ezekf 
in genealogy of Jesus [MANASSEH], Matt. 1 : 10. 

Ma-n&s'sites. HA520. The descendants of Manasseh 
members of his tribe, Deut. 4: 43. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 163 

Ma-nS'ah. H.4495. TranguiUitas — Rest; a resting: — father 
of Samson, Judg. 13:2. 

Ma'och. H.4582. Oppressio — Oppression; a poor one; breast- 
band: — father of Achish, 1 Sam. 27:2. 

Ma/on. H.4584. Locus habitationis — Place of abode; resi- 
dence: — name of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine 
[MEHUNIM], Josh. 15: 55. 

Ma'on-ites. H.4584. Locus habitationis — Dwelling; habita- 
tion: — a people addressed by Jehovah [MAON], Judg. 10: 12. 

MS'r%. H.4755. Amarus — Bitter: — a symbolical name of 
Naomi, Ruth 1 : 20. 

Ma/rah. H.4785. Amaritudo — Bitterness; calamity: — desert 
spring whose waters were sweetened, Exod. 15:23. 

M&^-lah. H.4831. Locus concussionis — Place of concus- 
sion; trembling; earthquake: — a border of Zebulun, Josh. 
19:11. 

M&r"9-nSth'&. G.3134. Our Lord has come: — an exclama- 
tion of approaching divine judgment, 1 Cor. 16: 22. 

M&r'cus. G.3138. Marcere — To pine away; shining; a large 
hammer: — the evangelist Mark, 1 Pet. 5: 13. 

Ma-re'&hah. H.4762. Locus principalis — Chief place; at the 
head; summit: — name of two Israelites and of a place in 
Palestine, Josh. 15:54. 

M&rk. G.3138. Marcere — To wither away; polite; a large 
hammer: — the evangelist, Acts 12: 12. 

Ma'roth. H.4796. Amantadines — Bitternesses: — a town in 
the lowland of Judah, Mic. 1 : 12. 

M8r'se-n$. H.4826. Contritus; rdbustus — Worn out; sorrow- 
ful; strong; worthy man: — a Persian prince, Esth. 1: 14. 

MBrg' ESI. G.697. Mortis collis— Hill of Mars:— a rocky 
height of Athens [AREOPAGUS], Acts 17:22. 

MSr'th*. G.3136. Dmniwi— Misted \a&* \ ^*» \**«»* 
bitter:— sister of Mary and "Laz»xvi& > \«fltt *\& % -^- 



164 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

MS/rjf. G.3137. Amaritudo — Bitterness; myrrh of the sea: — 
name of six Christian women, Matt. 1 : 16. 

M&s'chll. H.7919. Intettigenter — Intelligently; with under- 
standing: — the title of thirteen Psalms, Psa. 32: Title. 

M&sh. H.4851. Extractio — Extraction; taken away; drawn 
out:— son of Aram [MESHECH], Gen. 10:23. 

Ma'shal. H.4913. Petitio — Petition; request; entreaty: — a 
place in Palestine [MISHEAL], 1 Chron. 6:74. 

M&s'r§-kah. H.4957. Locus vitum generosarum — Place of 
superior vines; vineyard: — a place in Idumaea, Gen. 36: 36. 

MSs's&. H.4854. Sermo — A speech; utterance; a lifting up; 
burden: — a son of Ishmael, Gen. 25: 14. 

M&s'sah. H.4532. Tentatio — A trial; temptation; testing: — 
spot of temptation [MERIBAH], Exod. 17 : 7. 

Ma-th\i's$-l&. G.3103. Extensio extensionis — Great exten- 
sion; man of a dart: — the son of Enoch [METHUSELAH], 
Luke 3: 37. 

M&'tred. H.4308. Molestia — Trouble; propelling; wand of 
government: — mother of Mehetabel, Gen. 36:39. 

MS'trl. H.4309. Irriber — Rain; prison; rain of Jehovah: — 
a Benjamite family, 1 Sam. 10: 21. 

M&t'tan. H.4977. Donum — A gift; death of them: — name of 
a priest of Baal, also of an Israelite, 2 Kings 11 : 18. 

M&t'tft-nah. H.4980. Donum — A gift; present: — a place in 
the desert, Num. 21 : 18. 

MSt"t*-nI'ah. H.4983. Donum Domini— Gift of the Lord :— 
the name of ten Israelites, 2 Kings 24: 17. 

M&t't$-th$. G.3160. Donum — A gift; he that gives: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [MATTITHIAH], Luke 
3:31. 

M*t't&-thah. HA992. Donum— k ^ ®i\» <& J*k;— a 
descendant of Hashum [MATTITHIKH^,"^^^--^- 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 165 

MSt"t»-thI'as. G.3161. Donum Domini— Gift of Jehovah :— 
name mentioned twice in genealogy of Jesus [MATTI- 
THIAH], Luke 3: 26. 

MSt"t$-na'L H.4982. Donum Dei— Gift of God; liberal:— 
name of three Israelites [MATTANIAH], Neh. 12: 19. 

M&t'than. G.3157. Donum — Gift; present: — name men- 
tioned in genealogy of Jesus [MATT AN], Matt. 1 : 15. 

M&t'that. G.3158. Donum — Gift; present: — name "men- 
tioned twice in genealogy of Jesus [MATTHITHIAH], 
Luke 3: 24. 

M&t'thew. G.3156. Donum Dei — Gift of God: — an apostle 
of Jesus [MATTATHIAS], Matt. 9:9. 

M&t'thi"as. G.3159. Donum Domini — Gift of God: — apostle 
allotted to fill the place of Judas [MATTITHIAH], Acts 

1 : 26. 

MSt"t!-thl'ah. H.4993. Donum Domini— Gift of God:— 
the name of four Israelites, Ezra 10: 43. 

M&z'za-r5th. H.4216. Signa duodecimo, — The twelve signs 
of the zodiac; the wain; Great Bear: — a constellation, 
Job 38: 32. 

MS'ah. H.3968. Centum — A hundred: — one of the towers of 
the wall of Jerusalem, Neh. 3: 1. 

M$- a/rah. H.4632. Spelunca — A cave; making empty: — a 
place in the N. of Palestine, Josh. 13:4. 

M8-bfin'n&i. H.4012. Aedificatus a Domino— Built by God; 
set up or erected by God; strong one: — one of David's war- 
riors, 2 Sam. 23 : 27. 

MSch'g-rath-Ite". H.4382. Native or inhabitant of Mech- 
erah, an unknown place, 1 Chron. 11:36. 

Me'd&d. H.4312. Amor — Love; affection; water of the be- 
loved: — a camp prophet [ELD AD], Num. 11:26. 

Me'dan. H.4091. Extermo magm— Qm»k» ^^ss^sssfc; 
strife; contention: — a son oi MtoLhoi, Q«bu c & % A* 



166 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

M8d'e-b&. H.4311. Aqua quietis — Water of peace, or quiet : — 
town in Reuben, E. of Dead Sea, Num. 21 : 30. 

Mode. H.4075. Mensura — Measure; abounding: — one from 
Media, Dan. 11:1. 

Medeg. H.4074. Mensura — Measure; abounding: — a nation 
of Western Asia, Ezra 6: 2. 

Mideg. G.3370. Extendens; abundans — Extending; abound- 
ing; overflowing: — a Median, or the inhabitants of Media, 
Acts 2: 9. 

M9'di-&. H.4074. Extendit Deus — God extends; a garment: — 
a country N. W. of Persia, Esth. 1 : 3. 

Me'dl-an. H.4077. One from Media, Dan. 5:31. 

M8-gid'd6. H.4023. Locus turbae magnae — Place of the great 
crowd; rendezvous: — a place in Palestine [MEGIDDON], 
Josh. 12:21. 

M8-gId'don. H.4023. Locus turbae magnae — Place of the 
great crowd; rendezvous: — a place in Palestine [MEGIDDO], 
Zech. 12: 11. 

M8-h8t'ft-beel. H.4105. Benefacit Deus— God benefits; 
bettered by God:— ancestor of Shemaiah [MEHETABEL], 
Neh. 6:10. 

M8-h8t'$-beL H.4105. Benefacit Deus — God shows kind- 
ness; to whom God is good: — wife of Hadar, king of Edom, 
Gen. 36:39. 

M8-hi'd$. H.4240. Vinculum — A chain; junction; famous; 
noble one: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2: 52. 

MSTlir. H.4243. Selectio — A choice; price; reward; dex- 
terity; ability: — a son of Chelub, 1 Chron. 4: 11. 

M8-h5lath-Ite. H.4259. Debilitas— Weakness; sickness; 
dancing; mirth: — inhabitant of Abel-Meholah, 1 Sam. 
18: 19. 

M6-hQ'j&.el. H.4232. Dolor Dei— Gtfei of God; God is 
combating; grief:— son of Irad, Gen, &. % A%. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 167 

M8-ha'man. H.4104. Fidelia hdtritu— Habitually faithful; 
true: — one of the seven chamberlains of Ahasuerus, Esth. 
1:10. 

M8-hti'nim. H.4586. Hdbitaeula— Abodes; dwellings:— in- 
habitants of Maon [MEUNIM], Ezra 2: 50. 

Mt-hQ'nimg. H.4586. Hdbitaeula — Abodes; dwellings: — in- 
habitants of Maon [MEUNIM], 2 Chron. 26: 7. 

MS-j&rlcdn. H.4313. Aqua magnae viriditatis — Water of 
the great greenness; yellow water: — a town of Dan, Josh. 
19:46. 

M6-k5'nah. H.4368. Sedesfirma — Sure seat; pedestal; basis; 
provision: — a town of Judah, Neh. 11: 28. 

M81"a-tl'ah. H.4424. Liberatio Domini — Deliverance of 
God; Jah has delivered: — a Gibeonite, Neh. 3: 7. 

MSl'chi. G.3197. Rex Dominus est— The Lord is king: — 
name of two Israelites in the genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 24. 

M81-chi'ah. H.4441. Rex Dominus est — The Lord is king: — 
father of Pashur [MALCHIAH or MALCHIJAH], Jer. 
21:1. 

M81-chlg'9-d8c. G.3198. Rex iustitiae — King of righteous- 
ness: — New Testament form of Melchizedek, Heb. 5: 6. 

M81"chl-flhu'&. H.4444. Rex mens salvator est — My king is 
Saviour; long of wealth: — son of Saul [MALCHI-SHUA], 
1 Sam. 14:49. 

M81-chlz'§-d8k. H.4442. Rex iustitiae — King of righteous- 
ness:— king of Salem, and priest [MELCHISEDEC], Gen. 
14: 18. 

Mele-fc. G.3190. Plenus — Pull; filling: — name mentioned in 
genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3:31. 

MSlech. H.4429. Rex — A king; counselor: — second son of 
Micah, 1 Chron. 8:35. 

MSli-cQ. H.4409. Possemo ampla— \as^ \m»«9S5s^\ ^h? 
nant:— an Israelite [MALL\5CH\, ^*\i. \fc-A^ 



168 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

M81'i-t$. G.3194. Refugium; fluens meJle — A refuge; flowing 
with honey: — an island in the Mediterranean, Acts 28: 1. 

MBl'z&r. H.4453. Derdiquit splendor — The glory has gone; 
chief butler: — steward in Babylonian court, Dan. 1: 11. 

MSm'phis. H.4644. Locus ductus — A place, bound or en- 
closed; abode of the good; gate of the blessed: — Egyptian 
city, Hos. 9:6. 

MS-mQ'can. H.4462. Dignitate pollens — Abounding in 
honor; dignity; authority: — a Persian prince, Esth. 1: 14. 

MSn'a-hSm. H.4505. Consolator — Comforter; consoler: — son 
of Gadi, who slew Shallum [MANAEN], 2 Kings 15: 14. 

Me'nan. G.3104. Molestia magna — Great trouble: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3: 31. 

Me'n8. H.4484. Qui numeratur — Who is numbered: — first 
word of Belshazzar's warning, Dan. 5:25. 

M8-5n'e-nIm. H.6049. Praestigiator — A juggler; enchanter; 
sorcerer: — an unlocated plain, Judg. 9:37. 

MS-dn'o-thai. H.4587. Habitaadum Dei— Dwelling of 
God; my dwellings; habitative: — a son of Othniel, 1 Chron. 
4:14. 

M8ph'$-&th. H.4158. Locus illustris — A distinguished place; 
illuminative; splendor: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 13: 18. 

M8-phIb'Q-sh8th. H.4648. Exterminans pudendum idolum — 
Exterminating the shameful idol; idol-breaker:— name of 
two Israelites, 2 Sam. 21:8. 

Me'rab. H.4764. MuUiplicatio — Multiplying; increase; he 
who fights: — a daughter of Saul, 1 Sam. 14:49. 

MS-rS'iah. H.4811. Elatus est — He is exalted; rebellion 
against Jah: — a priest, Neh. 12: 12. 

MS-rS'joth. H.4812. Elationes — Elevations; bitterness; re- 
bellious:— name of two priests [MEREMOTH], Neh. 12: 15. 

M6-r&'rL H.4847. Amaritudo meet — My bitterness; unhappy; 
sorrowful: — third son of Levi, Gen. 46\ W. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 169 

MS-rS'rites. H.4848. Descendants of Merari, son of Levi, 
Num. 26: 57. 

M8r"$-tha'im. H.4850. Gemina rebettio — Double rebellion; 
double bitterness; great domination: — symbolical of Babylon, 
Jer. 60:21. 

MSr-cQ'rl-us. G.2060. Orator— An orator; speaker; in- 
terpreter; reciprocal activity: — a Greek deity, Acts 14: 12. 

Me'rSd. H.4778. RebeUio — Rebellion; going down: — a son 
of Ezra; husband of Bithiah, 1 Chron. 4: 17. 

MSrVmdth. H.4822. Elationes— Elevations; myrrh of 
death:— name of three Israelites [MERAIOTH], Ezra 8:33. 

MS'rSg. H.4825. Contritus — Worn out; sorrowful; bruised; 
worthy: — one of Ahasuerus' wise men, Esth. 1: 14. 

M8r1-bah. H.4809. Contentio — Contention; strife: — name of 
a place in the desert [MASSAH], Exod. 17 : 7. 

M8r'i-bah-Ka'de&h. H.6946. Contentio; sacer— Contention; 
sacred: — name of a place in the desert, Deut. 32: 51. 

MSr'ib-bS'al. H.4807. Qui litigat cum Bade — He who strives 
with Baal:— son of Jonathan [MEPHIBOSHETH], 1 Chron. 
9:40. 

M6-r5'd&ch. H.4781. Svblimis — High; valiant; bruised 
myrrh; death; warlike: — a Babylonian idol, Jer. 50:2. 

M6-r5'd&ch-b&Ta-d&n. H.4757. Merodachus Dominies potens 
— Merodoch the mighty Lord; Baal-worshiper: — king of 
Babylon, Isa. 39: 1. 

MS'rom. H.4792. Locus alius — A high place; height: — a 
triangular lake through which the Jordan flows, Josh. 11:5. 

M8-r5n'Q-thite. H.4824. Inhabitant of an unknown place 
called Meronoth, 1 Chron. 27 : 30. 

Me'rSz. H.4789. Asylum — Place of refuge; leanness: — a 
place in Palestine, Judg. 5: 23. 

Me'sech. H.4902. Extraetio — Extafcek\a&\ *. fcraara^ *s^ 
selection:— a son of Japheth VMESKEiCS\^^^ Y»\^ 



170 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

M5'sh&. H.4331. Refugium — A refuge; salvation; deliver- 
ance; departure: — name of a person and a place, Gen. 10: 30. 

Meshach. H.4335. Agilisr- Quick; Who is God?; guest of 
Ram, the sun-god: — an Israelite [MISHAEL], Dan. 1:7. 

Me'shech. H.4902. Extractio — Extraction; a drawing out; 
selection: — son of Japheth [MASH], Gen. 10:2. 

MS-shgr's-mTah. H.4920. Retributio Domini— The retribu- 
tion of the Lord; ally of Jah; the Lord my felicity: — an 
Israelite [SHELEMIAH], 1 Chron. 9:21. 

M8-sh8z'$-be-eL H.4898. Liberatus a Deo — Delivered by 
God; the salvation of God: — name of three Israelites, 
Neh. 3:4. 

Mt-shnig-mlth. H.4921. Retributio — Retribution; recon- 
ciliation; parables of death: — son of Immer [MESHILLE- 
MOTH], 1 Chron. 9: 12. 

M$-shITl$-m5tli. H.4919. Retributiones — Retributions; 
those who requite:— a chief of Ephraim [MESHILLEMITH], 
2 Chron. 28: 12. 

Mfr-shS'b&b. H.4877. Retributus — Rewarded; returned: — a 
Simeonite prince, 1 Chron. 4:34. 

MS-shttl'lam. H.4918. Retributus — Rewarded; allied; friend, 
i. e., of God: — name of several Israelites, 1 Chron. 9: 12. 

M8-shtill9-m8th. H.4922. Retributa— Regarded; friend, 
i. e., of God; allied: — mother of Ammon, 2 Kings 21: 19. 

M8-&5'ba-lte. H.4677. Congregatio Domini — Congregation 
of Jehovah; found of Jah:— designation of Jasiel, 1 Chron. 
11:47. 

M8s"Q-pd-tS'mI-&. H.763. Inter duo flumina — Between two 
rivers: — country between Tigris and Euphrates Rivers, 
Gen. 24: 10. 

M8s"Q-p6-t&'mI-ft. G.3318. Inter duo flumina— Between 
two rivers: — a region of Asia [SHINAR], Acts 7: 2. 

M8s-Si-ah. H.4899. Unctus — Anointed; consecrated: — one 
anointed with holy oil, Dan. 9 : 25. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 171 

Mfis-Sl'as. G.3323. Unctus — Anointed — a name applied to 
Jesus the Christ, John 1:41. 

Me'theg-Sm'mah. H.4965. Frenum servitudinis — The bridle 
of bondage; bridle of the arm: — a Philistine stronghold, 
2 Sam. 8: 1. 

M6-thu'0ft-el. H.4967. Unfirmitas Dei— Infirmity, or death, 
from God; man of God: — son of Mehjael, Gen. 4: 18. 

M6-thu's§-lah. H.4968. Mortis emissio— Sending forth of 
death; man of offspring or of the dart: — son of Enoch, 
Gen. 5:21. 

Mt-Q'nim. H.4586. Habitaczda — Habitations; a residence: — 
[MEHUNIM and MEHUNIMS], Neh. 7:52. 

MBz'a-h&b. H.4314. Aqua auri — Water of gold; luster of 
gold; seed, i. e., shoot, of the sun: — an Edomite, Gen. 
36:39. 

Ml'a-mln. H.4326.' Dextra— The right hand; from the right 
hand : — name of two Israelites [MIJAMIN], Neh. 12 : 5. 

Mlbliar. H.4006. Praestantissimus — Most select; choice; a 
youth: — one of David's heroes, 1 Chron. 11:38. 

Mlb'sam. H.4017. Obhctatio — Delight; fragrant; sweet 
odor: — name of an Ishmaelite and an Israelite, Gen. 
25:13. 

Mlb'zar. H.4014. Locus munitus — Defended, or fortified, 
place; fortress: — a duke of Esau, Gen. 36: 42. 

MI'cah. H.4319. Attenuatio — Diminishing; poor; Godlike: — 
one of the minor prophets [MICAIAH], Mic. 1 : 1. 

Ml-cS'iah. H.4321. Pauper — Poor; who is like God?: — son 
of Imlah, a prophet of Samaria [MICAH], 1 Kings 22: 8. 

Ml'ch$. H.4316. Attenuatio — Diminishing; poor; humble: — 
name of two Israelites [MICAH], 2 Sam. 9: 12. 

Ml'cha-81. H.4317. Qwis similis est Deo? — Who is like to 
God?; spiritual power: — name oi an ^KJaaa&sg^ «xA. ^ ^sssr. 
Israelites, Dan. 12: 1. 



172 DICTIONAKY OF BIBLE PROPEK NAMES 

MI'cha-81. G.3413. Instar Dei— Godlike; as God:— an 
archangel strengthening man in his struggle against error, 
Rev. 12:7. 

Mi'chah. H.4318. Quis similis est Domino? — Who is like to 
God?:— eldest son of Uzziel [MICAH], 1 Chron. 24:24. 

MI-ch3.'|ah. H.4320. Quis similis est Domino? — Who is like 
to God?:— father of Achbor [MICAH and MICAIAH], 
2 Kings 22:12. 

Mi'chal. H.4324. Invalescens — Prevailing; who is perfect?; 
rivulet: — a daughter of Saul, 1 Sam. 14:49. 

MIch'mas. H.4363. Locus absconsionis — Place of hiding; 
something hidden: — a place in Palestine [MICHMASH], 
Ezra 2: 27. 

Mlch'mash. H.4363. Itte qui percutit — He who strikes; 
hidden: — a place in Palestine [MICHMAS], 1 Sam. 13: 2. 

MIch'm8-thah. H.4366. Locus absconsionis — Place of hiding; 
concealment: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 16:6. 

MIch'rL H.4381. Dolor — Grief; knowledge; selling: — a Ben- 
jamite chief, 1 Chron. 9:8. 

MIch'tftm. H.4387. Scalptura — Engraving: — a song graven 
upon stone; a monumental inscription, Psa. 16: Title. 

MId'din. H.4081. Extensiones — Extensions; measures: — a 
city of Judah, Josh. 15: 61. 

MId'I-an. H.4080. Extensio magna — Great extension; strife; 
contention; judgment: — son of Abraham and Keturah, 
Gen. 25:2. 

MIdl-an-Ite. H.4084. Native of Midian, Num. 10:29. 

MId'1-an-I'tfah. H.4084. Of or belonging to Midian, 
Num. 25 : 6. 

MIg'dal-81. H.4027. Turris Dei— Tower of God:— one of 
the fortified towns of NaphtaJi, Josh. 19: 38. 

Mfc'dal-g&d. H.4028. Turris Godi— Tower of Gad; tower 
of fortune:— a, town of Judah, Josh. 15; $1, 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 173 



MIg'dol. H.4024. Tunis — A tower; greatness: — a place in 
Egypt, Exod. 14:2. 

MIg'rSn. H.4051. Locus terroris — Place of great fear; prec- 
ipice: — town near Gibeah, 1 Sam. 14:2. 

Miya-naln. H.4326. Dextera— The right hand; preparing 
waters: — name of two Israelites [MIAMIN], 1 Chron. 2i: 9. 

MIk'loth. H.4732. Contemptus — Scorn; rods; branches; 
twigs; sticks as lots: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 
27:4. 

MIk-n5'iah. H.4737. Possessio Domini — Possession of the 
Lord: — a temple musician, 1 Chron. 15:18. 

MI1"$-1S'L H.4450. Promissio Domini — Promise of the 
Lord; eloquent; talkative: — a priest, Neh. 12:36. 

Mfl'cah. H.4435. Regina — A queen; a woman of counsel: — 
the name of two women, Gen. 11:29. 

Mfl'com. H.4445. Rex summus — Exalted king: — national 
idol of the Ammonites [MALCHAM], 1 Kings 11: 5. 

Mi-15'tum. G.3399. Refugium; purissima lana — Refuge; 
purest wool; red: — a city of Asia Minor [MILETUS], Acts 
20:15. 

Mi-le'tus. G.3399. Refugium; purissima lana — Refuge; 
purest wool; scarlet: — a city of Asia Minor [MILETUS], 
2 Tim. 4:20. 

MH15. H.4407. Munimentum — Fortification; rampart; in- 
trenchment; a bastion: — name of a place and of a family, 
2 Sam. 5:9. 

Ml-ni'a-mln. H.4509. Ad dextram— At the right hand: — 
the name of two Israelites [MIAMIN and MIJAMIN], 
Neh. 12: 17. 

MIn'nL H.4508. Provisio — Provision; prepared; gift dis- 
posed; division: — Armenian province, Jer. 51:27. 

MIn'nith. H.4511. Minuia — Small*, dvtvsta&\ «cnsmsw&ss^\ 
aUotment:—plsLce E. of Jordan \$£££R^ Va&fe w;®>. 



174 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Mlph'k&d. H.4663. Constitvtus locus — Appointed place; 
assignment; review: — a Jerusalem gate, Neh. 3:31. 

Mfr'I-am. H.4813. Amaritudo — Bitterness; rebellion; ex- 
alted: — name of two Israelitesses, Exod. 15:20. 

Mlr'm&. H.4821. Sermo deceptionis — Speech of guile; de- 
ceit; fraud: — son of Shaharaim, 1 Chron. 8: 10. 

MIs'gab. H.4870. Locus excdsus — A high place; inaccessible 
place; safety: — place in Moab, Jer. 48: 1. 

Mfah'fc-el. H.4332. Quis est Deusf— Who is God? Who is 
what God is?: — name of three Israelites [MESHACK], 
Exod. 6:22. 

MI'shal. H.4861. Parabolae — Parables; request; entreaty: — 
a place in Palestine [MASHAL], Josh. 21 : 30. 

Ml'sham. H.4936. Auditio — Hearing; inspection; swift- 
going; their Saviour: — son of Elpaal, 1 Chron. 8: 12. 

MIsh'9-al. H.4861. Petitio — Asking; request; entreaty: — a 
place in Palestine [MASHAL], Josh. 19:26. 

MIsh'm$. H.4927. Auditio — Hearing; obeying; report:— 
name of an Ishmaelite and of an Israelite, Gen. 25 : 14. 

Mlsh-m&n'nah. H.4925. Terra jringuis — Fat land ; fatness :— 
a Gadite who joined David at Ziklag, 1 Chron. 12: 10. 

MIsh'r$-Ite&. H.4954. Sparsus — Spread abroad; extension; 
a shepherd: — inhabitant of Mishra, 1 Chron. 2:53. 

Mb'p9-r8th. H.4559. Numerorum — Of numbers; enumera- 
tion:— an Israelite [MISPAR], Neh. 7:7. 

MIsY§-ph5th-m5/im. H.4956. Combustio aguarum — Burn- 
ing of waters; warm water: — place in northern Palestine, 
Josh. 11:8. 

MIth'cah. H.4989. Dulcedo — Sweetness; pleasantness: — a 
desert encampment, Num. 33:28. 

MIth'nite. H.4981. Spes — Hope; gift; looking for; slender- 
ness: — an inhabitant of Methen, 1 CYkotl. \\\£&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 175 

MIth'r$-d&th. H.4990. Videns— Beholding; breaking the 
law; given by Mithra: — name of two Persians, Ezra 1:8. 

MIt"jM6'n8. G.3412. Ultima; puritas— The last; purity; 
cleansing; curtailed: — town in the island Lesbos, Acts 20: 14. 

MI'zar. H.4706. Locus parvus — A small place; petty; little: — 
a peak of Lebanon, Psa. 42: 6. 

MIz'pah. H.4708. Specula — Watch-tower; lofty place; in- 
quiry: — name of several places in Palestine, Gen. 31:49. 

MIz'par. H.4558. Numerus — Number: — properly Mispar 
[MISPERETH], Ezra 2:2. 

MIz'peh. H.4708. Specula — Watch-tower; lofty place; in- 
quiry:— [MIZP AH], Josh. 15:38. 

Mfe'r^-Im. H.4714. Pressio gemina — Double pressure; 
tribulations; black: — son of Ham, Gen. 10:6. 

Mlz'sah. H.4199. Tremor — Trembling; fear; dropping: — son 
of Reuel, Gen. 36: 13. 

Mna'son. G.3416. In memoriam revocaturus — About to call 
to remembrance; remembering: — a Cyprian convert, Acts 
21:16. 

M5'ab. H.4124. Ingressus patris — Entering of the father; 
longed for one: — son of Lot's eldest daughter, Gen. 19:37. 

M5'ab-ite. H.4125. Descendant of Moab, or one from Moab, 
Deut. 23:3. 

M5"ab-i't68S. H.4125. Female descendant of Moab, or a 
woman from Moab, Ruth 1:22. 

M5"ab-I'tish. H.4125. Of or belonging to Moab, Ruth 2: 6. 

M5"$-di'ah. H.4153. Ornamentum Dei — Ornament of God; 
assembly or festival of Jah: — an Israelite [MAADIAH], 
Neh. 12: 17. 

M51'$-dah. H.4137. Locus nativitatis — Place of nativity; 
birth; lineage: — city in the S. of Judah, Josh. 15: 26. 

M51ech. H.4432. Rex— A king;, &otk^sel\ tvSS&\— ^^^^ 
divinity of the Ammonites \NLOUOCH\, \an . Y^*^ 



176 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

MS'lid. H.4140. Ut generet facit — He makes to generate; 
begetter: — son of Abishur, 1 Chron. 2:29. 

M5'15ch. H.4432. Rex — A king; dominion; rule: — chief 
deity of the Ammonites [MOLECH], Amos 5 : 26. 

MSldch. G.3434. Rex — A king; dominion; rule: — an idol 
[MOLECH], Acts 7: 43. 

M5'r$s-thite. H.4L83. Native of a place named Moresheth, 
Jer. 26:18. 

M6r'd§-cai. H.4782. Doctus a Domino — Taught of God; 
contrition; little man: — a Benjamite captive, Esth. 2: 5. 

MS'reh. H.4176. Iaculator — One who throws a dart; 
teacher: — name of two places, Gen. 12:6. 

Mdr'esh-eth-g&th. H.4182. Possessio Gathae — Possession of 
Gath: — a town in the lowland of Judah, birthplace of Micah, 
Mic. 1 : 14. 

Md-ri'ah. H.4179. Excelsus — High; seen of Jah; chosen; 
known: — a hill in Palestine, Gen. 22: 2. 

Md-se'r&. H.4149. Vinculum — Chain; binding; discipline: — 
a desert encampment [MOSEROTH], Deut. 10:6. 

Md-se'roth. H.4149. Vinculo, — Chains; bonds; bands; cor- 
rections: — a place in the desert [MOSERA], Num. 33:30. 

MS'geg. H.4872. Extractus — Extracted; drawn forth, i. e., 
out of the water; experience: — son of Amram and Jochebed, 
Exod. 2: 10. 

MS'geg. G.3475. Extractus — Extracted; drawn out of the 
water: — the Hebrew lawgiver, Matt. 8:4. 

M5'z&. H.4162. Scaturigines — Bubbling waters; a spring; 
fountain; going forth; origin: — name of two Israelites 
[MOZAH], 1 Chron. 8:36. 

MS'zah. H.4681. Sca&urigines — Bubbling waters; the spring- 
head; origin; drained : — city of Benjamin [MOZA], Josh. 18 : 26. 

MQp'pim. HA649. Anxietates — knsietvea', eaNcsdug^ \<rav- 
**&; darknesses: — a Benjamite, Gea. 4ft*. 1\. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 177 

Mu'shi. JL4187. Refugium — Refuge; he who touches; 
sensitive: — a son of Merari, Exod. 6: 19. 

Mu'shltes. H.4188. Descendants of Mushi; a family of 
Merarite Levites, Num. 3: 33. 

Mfith-l&b'ben. H.4192. Jfors— Death; on the death of the 
son: — title of a popular song, Psa. 9: Title. 

My'r$. G.3460. Exustus — Burnt up; weeping; flowing; 
pouring: — a place in Asia Minor, Acts 27: 5. 

My'si-$. G.3465. Abominabilis — Abominable; criminal; 
beech-tree country: — region of Asia Minor, Acts 16:7. 

Na'am. H.5277. Amoenitas — Pleasantness; beautiful; pleas- 
ure: — son of Caleb, 1 Chron. 4: 15. 

N&'&-mah. H.5279. Iucunda — Pleasant; agreeable; pleas- 
ing: — name of two women and of a place in Palestine, Gen. 
4:22. 

N&'&-man. H.5283. VaMe mavis — Very pleasant: — name of 
a Syrian and of an Israelite, Gen. 46: 21. 

N£'$-man. G.3497. Valde mavis — Very agreeable; beauti- 
ful: — a Syrian, Luke 4: 27. 

N&'$-m*-thite. H.5284. Name given Zophar, one of Job's 
friends, Job 2: 11. 

NS'a-mites. H.5280. The family descended from Naaman, 
the grandson of Benjamin, Num. 26: 40. 

N&'a-rah. H.5292. Aberratio — Wandering; watching; maiden; 
youth: — second wife of Ashur, 1 Chron. 4:5. 

Na'a-rSi. H.5293. Leberi jwenes mei — My young children; 
youthful; born of God: — son of Ezbai, 1 Chron. 11:37. 

NS'a-r&n. H.5295. Aberratio— Wandering; juvenile: — a city 
of Ephraim [NAARATH], 1 Chron. 7:28. 

NS'a-r&th. H.5292. Aberratio— Wandering; a girl; youth- 
ful:— a border of Ephraim [NAARAH], Josh. 16:7. 

Na-Ssh'on. H.5177. Augurium /auatum— -YkhJcj otss&n <ss*r 
chanter:— son of Amminadab ^ffimG^\,^MA- ^^ 



178 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Na-Ss'on. G.3476. Augurium faustum; serpens — Prosperous; 
lucky prediction; serpent:— Greek form of Nahshon, 
Matt. 1:4. 

Na/b&l. H.5037. Marcidus — Lean; a fool; mad; senseless; 
wicked: — a Carmelite shepherd, 1 Sam. 25: 3. 



N§/b5th. H.5022. Proventus — Increase; words; fruits; dis- 
tinction: — victim of Ahab and Jezebel, 1 Kings 21: 1. 

Na'chSn. H.5225. Percussio vehemens — Violent stroke; sure; 
prepared: — name of an Israelite [CHIDON], 2 Sam. 6:6. 

Na'chdr. H.5152. AUms — White; snorting; snorer: — son of 
Terah [NAHOR], Josh. 24:2. 

Na'chdr. G.3493. Albas; candidus — White; bright; snor- 
ing:— father of Thara [NAHOR], Luke 3:34. 

NS'd&b. H.5070. Liberaliter — Liberally; spontaneous: — the 
name of four Israelites, Exod. 6: 23. 

NSg'ge. G.3477. Splendor — Brightness; clearness: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [NOGAH], Luke 3:25. 

NS'ha-181. H.5096. Ductus saepe — Often led; strength; 
pasture: — Levitical city in Zebulun [NAHALLAL], Josh. 
21:35. 

Na-hS'11-el. H.5160. Vattis quercus — Valley of the oak; 
valley of God: — a desert station, Num. 21: 19. 

Na-hSTlSL H.5096. Ductus saepe— Often led; strength; 
pasture: — a place in Palestine [NAHALAL], Josh. 19: 15. 

NS'ha-151. H.5096. Ductus saepe — Often led; strength; 
pasture: — a place in Palestine [NAHALAL], Judg. 1:30. 

N&'ham. H.5163. Consolatio — Consolation; repentant: — 
brother of Hodiah, wife of Ezra, 1 Chron. 4: 19. 

N&-h&m'$-nL H.5167. Consolatio mea — My comfort; con- 
solatory: — returned with Zerubbabel and Jeshua, Neh. 7:7. 

N&-h&r'&-i. H.5171. Eledus a Domino— Chosen of the 
Lord; snorer: — Joab's armor-beaxei ^NAHARIl, 1 Chron. 
11:39. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 179 

NSlia-rl. H.5171. Electus a Domino — Chosen of God; 
snorer: — Joab's armor-bearer [NAHARAI], 2 Sam. 23:37. 

Na'hS&h. H.5176. Serpens — A serpent; foretelling; fore- 
warning: — name of two persons, 1 Sam. 11: 1. 

Nfillfith. H.5184. Requies — Rest ; a leader ; a letting down : — 
name of an Edomite and of two Israelites, Gen. 36: 13. 

Nah'bi. H.5147. Absconditus a Deo — Hid by God; hidden; 
occult: — son of Vophsi, a Naphtalite, Num. 13: 14. 

NaTldr. H.5152. AJbus — White; dry; hot; angry; snorer: — 
name of the grandfather and a brother of Abram [NACHOR], 
Gen. 11:22. 

N&h'shon. H.5177. Omen faustum — Good omen ; enchanter : — 
a prince of the children of Judah [NAASON and NAASHON], 
1 Chron. 2: 10. 

NSllum. H.5151. Consolatio — Comfort; comfortable; pen- 
itent: — seventh of the minor prophets, Nah. 1:1. 

NS'in. G.3484. Amoenus — Pleasant; beauty; pasture- 
ground: — a village in Galilee, Luke 7: 11. 

NS'Joth. H.5121. Habitacvlum — Habitations; dwellings: — 
Samuel's dwelling place in Ramah, 1 Sam. 19: 18. 

Na-5'ml. H.5281. lueunditas — Pleasantness: — wife of Eli- 
melech and mother-in-law of Ruth [MARA], Ruth 1 : 2. 

Na'phish. H.5305. Auctus — Increase; refreshed; pleasure; 
the senses: — a son of Ishmael, Gen. 25: 15. 

N&ph'tfc-IL H.5321. Ludatio mea — My wrestling; wrestling 
of Jah: — name of a person, tribe and a region [NEPH- 
TALIM], Gen. 30: 8. 

N&ph'tu-hlm. H.5320. Apertio — An opening; the nine bows; 
border people: — a Mizraite tribe, Gen. 10: 13. 

N&r-sls'sus. G.3488. Narcissus — Daffodil; surprise; stupe- 
faction: — a Roman, Rom. 16: 11. 

NS'than. G.3481. Dedit— He gvre\ \bn«cl\ ^\ss^ssaRfcc— 
name mentioned in genealogy oi Jeswa,^^^*^* 



180 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

NS'than. H.5416. Dedit — He gave; given; conscience: — the 
name of several Israelites, 2 Chron. 9: 29. 

Na-thSn'*-el. G.3482. Donum Dei— Gift of God; con- 
science: — a disciple of Jesus [NETHANEEL], John 1: 47. 

N&'than-melech. H.5419. Rex dedit— The king gave; ruled 
by conscience: — chamberlain under King Josiah, 2 Kings 
23:11. 

NS'um. G.3486. Consolatio — Comfort; ease; son of Esli 
and father of Amos [NAHUM], Luke 3: 25. 

N&z'$-rene. G.3480. Cincius — Girded; kept; guarded:— 
inhabitant of Nazareth, Matt. 2:23. 

N&z'$-r8th. G.3478. Separatus — Separated; sanctified; 
crowned: — a town of Galilee, Matt. 4: 13. 

N&z'$-rite. H.5139. Separatus — Separated: — one conse- 
crated to God by a vow, Num. 6: 2. 

NS'ah. H.5269. Vagatio — Wandering; motion; moving; 
shaking: — a Zebulun boundary mark, Josh. 19: 13. 

N8-&p'Q-lis. G.3496. Nova urbs — A new city; regenerate: — 
a place in Macedonia [SHECHEM], Acts 16: 11. 

N8"ft-ri'fth* H.5294. Excussit Dominus— The Lord cast off; 
servant of Jah: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 3:22. 

NS'bSi. H.5109. Germinatio — Budding forth; fruitful: — a co- 
covenanter with Nehemiah, Neh. 10: 19. 

N8-b£'ioth. H.5032. Remotiones — Removals; prophecies; 
fruitf illnesses: — father of a pastoral tribe [NEBAJOTH], 
Isa. 60:7. 

N8-ba'joth. H.5032. Remotiones — Removals; words; fruits; 
heights:— first-born of Ishmael [NEBAIOTH], 1 Chron. 1 : 29. 

N8-b81'lat. H.5041. Habitaadum occuUum — Concealed hab- 
itation; foolish secrecy: — place in Palestine, Neh. 11:34. 

Ne'b&t. H.5028. Aspectus — View; look; regard: — father of 
Xing Jeroboam I, 1 Kings 11 : 26. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 181 

NST)6. H.5015. AUus — High; interpreter: — name of Baby- 
lonian deity; mountain in Moab; place in Palestine. Num. 
32:3. 

N8b"u-ch&d-n8z'zar. H.5019. Nebo Dominus splendaris— 
Nebo, the Lord of brightness; protection: — a king of Babylon 
[NEBUCHADREZZAR], 2 Kings 24: 1. 

N8b"u-ch&d-r8z'zar. H.5019. Nebo ignis splendaris— Nebo, 
the fire of brightness: — a king of Babylon [NEBUCHAD- 
NEZZAR], Jer. 21 : 2. 

N8b"u-shSs'ban. H.5021. Nebonis UbercUio— The deliver- 
ance of Nebo: — an officer of Nebuchadnezzar, Jer. 39: 13. 

N8b"u-zSr'*-dSn. H.5018. Cui Nebo favet— Whom Nebo 
favors: — chief of Nebuchadnezzar's bodyguard, 2 Kings 25: 8. 

N5'chd. H.5224. Laesus pedibus — Injured in the feet: — an 
Egyptian king [PHARAOH-NECHO], 2 Chron. 35: 20. 

N8d"$-bi'ah. H.5072. Sponte dedit Dominus— The Lord gave 
willingly; Jah impels: — a Judahite, 1 Chron. 3: 18. 

NBg'I-nah. H.5058. To be accompanied by a stringed instru- 
ment [NEGINOTH], Psa. 61: Title. 

N8g / i-ndth. H.5058. To be accompanied by a stringed 
instrument [NEGINAH], Psa. 4: Title. 

N8-h8ra-mite. H.5161. Somniator — A dreamer; vale; brook; 
a strong one: — designation of Shemaiah, Jer. 29:24. 

N5-h$-mi'ah. H.5166. Consolatio Domini — Consolation of 
Jehovah; Jah comforts: — name of three Israelites, Neh. 1: 1. 

NeTlI-loth. H.5155. Perforata — Perforated:— the flute and 
similar wind instruments, Psa. 5: Title. 

Nelium. H.5149. Compassio — Compassion; penitent: — a 
returned captive [REHUM], Neh. 7 : 7. 

N6-hfish't$. H.5179. Compes aenea — Brazen fetter; brass; 
copper: — mother of King Jehoiachim, 2 Kings 24:8. 

NS-httsh'tan. H.5180. Pvrtio oeramenix— ¥«*» A^™*^*; 
copper; brass-image: — serpent oi \tae dkBafe^,^^* 5 ©*^ 



182 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ne'I-el. H.5272. Motto Dei— The moving of God: 
Asherite boundary [JEIEL], Josh. 19:27. 

Ne'keb. H.5346. Foramen — A hole; cavern; dell; which pene- 
trates:— place in Palestine, Josh. 19:33. 

N8-k5'd$. H.5353. Insignia — Distinguished; famous; shep- 
herd: — a Temple-servant, Ezra 2:48. 

NBm'fi-el. H.5241. Circumcisus a Deo — Circumcised oi 
God:— name of two Israelites [JEMUEL], Num. 26: 12. 

N8m'a-el-ites. H.5242. Descendants of Nemuel, the first- 
born of Simeon, Num. 26: 12. 

NS'pheg. H.5298. Germen — A bud; sprout; weak; faint:— 
the name of two Israelites, 2 Sam. 5: 15. 

NS'phish. H.5305. Auctus — Increased; refreshed; he thai 
rests; pleasure: — son of Ishmael [NAPHISH], 1 Chron, 
5: 19. 

NS-phlsh's-sIm. H.5300. Laceratus — Torn in pieces; scatter; 
expansions: — a Temple-servant [NEPHUSIM], Neh. 7: 52. 

NSph'tha-lIm. G.3508. Ludationes — Strugglings; my wres- 
tlings:— a tribe in Palestine [NAPHTALI], Matt. 4: 13. 

N8ph'to-ah. H.5318. Apertio — Opening; opened, i. e., a 
spring: — boundary-line between Judah and Benjamin, Josh. 
15:9. 

NS-phCl'sim. H.5304. Dilatationes — Enlargements; torn in 
pieces:— a Temple^ervant [NEPHISHESIM], Ezra 2:50. 

N8r. H.5369. Lucema — Candle; lamp; light; land newly 
tilled:— son of Jehiel [UR], 1 Chron. 9:36. 

NS're-US. G.3517. Lux — Light: — an ancient sea-god; a 
Roman Christian [UR], Rom. 16: 15. 

NSr'gal. H.5370. Inwis scaturigines — Fountains of light; the 
great man or hero: — a Cushite deity, 2 Kings 17: 30. 

HSr'gal-sloto-Tb' zer. H.5371. Nergal splendor nitoris — Nergal, 
the splendor of brightness: — tiie nams oi Vho Babylonians, 
Jer. 39: 3. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 183 

NS'rL G.3518. Lumen— Light; my light; light of God:— 
son of Melchi [NERIAH], Luke 3: 27. 

N8-ri'ah. H.5374. Lumen Domini— The light of the Lord:— 
son of Maaseiah and father of Baruch, Jer. 32: 12. 

Ne'rd. G.3505. Fortis — Brave: — a Roman family name of 
Sabine origin, 2 Tim. : Subscr. 

N8-th8n'$-*l* H.5417. Deus dedit— God gave; gift of God; 
conscience: — name of ten Israelites [NATHAN AEL], Num. 
1:8. 

N8th"*-nl'ah. H.5418. Donum Domini— Given of the 
Lord: — name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 25: 12. 

NSth'i-nlmg. H.541 1 . Remuneraius — Rewarded ; given ; dedi- 
cated: — those given up to the duty of Temple-servants, 
1 Chron. 9:2. 

N6-t5'phah. H.5199. StiUatio— Dropping; flowing; distilla- 
tion; to prophesy: — town near fc Bethlehem, Ezra 2: 22. 

N3-t5ph'ft-thi. H.5200. StiUatio— Distillation:— dwellers in 
Netophah [NETOPHATHITE], Neh. 12: 28. 

Nt-tSphVthlte. H.5200. StiUatio— Distillation:— inhabi- 
tants of Netophah, 2 Sam. 23 : 28. 

Nfi-zfah. H.5335. Victoria — Victory; strong; conspicuous; 
illustrious: — a Temple-servant, Ezra 2:54. 

N5'zib. H.5334. Statio — Military station; strength; garrison: 
— lowland city of Judah, Josh. 15:43. 

Nlt/hiz. H.5026. Svhlimis — High; conspicuous; to speak: — 
a deity of the Avites, 2 Kings 17: 31. 

NIb'shSn. H.5044. Aeguale— Equal; to change; light soil; 
plain: — town in the wilderness of Judah, Josh. 15: 62. 

Nt-c&'nor. G.3527. Victor virorum — Conqueror of men; 
victorious: — a Christian, Acts 6: 5. 

NIc"Q-de'mu8. G.3530. Victor popidi — Conqueror of the 
people; victorious among his peoples— *. \5\tfBsaafcA x&sss^ 
John 3: 1. 



184 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

NIc-6-la'i-taneg. G.3531. Victor populi— Conqueror of the 
people; submission of the people: — an heretical sect [NICO- 
LAS], Rev. 2:6. 

NIc'Q-lfis. G.3532. Victor populi — Conqueror of the people; 
submission: — a native of Antioch, Acts 6: 5. 

Nt-c5p'Q-lIs. G.3533. Urbs victor — Victorious city: — a place 
in Macedonia, Titus 3: 12. 

Ni'ger. G.3526. Niger— Black; dark; purple: — distinctive 
name given to Simeon, Acts 13: 1. 

Nlm'rah. H.5247. Aqua abundans — Water abounding; limpid 
and sweet waters: — place E. of Jordan [BETH-NIMRAH], 
Num. 32: 3. 

NIm'rim. H.5249. Leopardus—k leopard; rebellion; change; 
clear: — a stream in Moab, Isa. 15: 6. 

NIm'r5d. H.5248. Augmentatio — Increase; rebellious; apos- 
tate; valiant one: — son of Cush, Gen. 10:8. 

NIm'shi. H.5250. Extractus — Drawn out; chosen; extri- 
cated; Jah is revealer: — father of Jehu, 1 Kings 19: 16. 

NIh'g-ve. G.3535. Nini habitatio; amabilis — Abode of 
Ninus; agreeable: — Latin form of Nineveh, Luke 11:32. 

NIn'9-veh. H.5210. Habitacidum Nini — Abode of Ninus; 
handsome; agreeable: — the capital of Assyria, Gen. 10: 12. 

NIn's-vites. G.3536. Inhabitants of Nineveh, Luke 11: 30. 

Nl'san. H.5212. Effugium — Flight; banner; proof; miracle: — 
first month Hebrew sacred year, Neh. 2:1. 

NIs'rdch. H.5268. Splendens — Bright; shining; the great 
eagle: — eagle-headed and winged Assyrian god, 2 Kings 
19:37. 

N5. H.4996. Habitacidum — Habitation; temple; place: — 
ancient Thebes, the capital of Upper Egypt, Nah. 3: 8. 

N5"&-di'ah. H.5129. Manifestavit se Dominus — The Lord 
manifested himself; convened oi Jah: — an Israelite and a 
false prophetess, Neh. 6: 14. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 185 

N5'ah. H.5146. Reguies — Rest; repose; consolation: — the 
patriarch of the Flood; son of Lamech, Gen. 5: 29. 

N5'ah. H.5270. Commotio — Commotion; agitation; flatter- 
ing: — a daughter of Zelophehad, Num. 26:33. 

N5'ah. G.3575. Quies — Rest; repose; consolation: — the pa- 
triarch of the Flood, Heb. 11:7. 

Ndb. H.5011. Svblimitas — Sublimity; height; prophecy; 
fruit: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 22: 11. 

N51>ah. H.5025. Voce vehemens — Vehement in voice ; barking ; 
prominent one : — name of a person and of a place, Num. 32 : 42. 

N6d. H.5113. Vagatio — Wandering; fugitive: — the land 
where Cain fled, Gen. 4: 16. 

N5'd£b. H.5114. Vagatio patris — Wandering of a father; 
nobility: — an Arab tribe, 1 Chron. 5: 19. 

N5'e. G.3575. Quies — Rest; repose; consolation: — name men- 
tioned in genealogy of Jesus [NOAH], Luke 3: 36. 

N5'gah. H.5052. Splendor — Brightness; clearness: — a son of 
David, born in Jerusalem, 1 Chron. 3:7. 

N5'hah. H.5119. Requies — Rest; quietude: — fourth son of 
Benjamin [NOAH], 1 Chron. 8:2. 

N6n. H.5126. Augmentatio — Increase; perpetuity: — form of 
Nun, Joshua's father, 1 Chron. 7:27. 

N5ph. H.5297. StiUare — To drop; a honeycomb distilling 
from the top : — the capital of Upper Egypt, Isa. 19 : 13. 

N5'phah. H.5302. Quod a ventis perflatur — Which is blown 
upon by the winds; a gust: — town in Moab, Num. 21:30. 

Nfin. H.5126. Augmentaiio — Increase; posterity; eternal:-— 
father of Joshua [NON], Exod. 33: 11. 

Nym'phas. G.3564. Nympharum donum; sponsus — Gift of 
the nymphs, or bridegroom: — a Laodicean Christian, Col. 
4:15. 

0"ba-di'ah. H.5662. Servus Dei— &sr\«x& *\ ^fc^\ ^*- 
shiper of God: — name of thirteen ls>Tfc^stes>* 0?w&&- VA- 



186 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

OT)al. H.5745. Crassus — Very fat; old age; flowing; bare 
district: — a son of Joktan [EBAL], Gen. 10: 28. 

01>ed. H.5744. Servians — Serving; a servant: — son of Boaz 
and Ruth; name of five Israelites, Ruth 4: 17. 

01>ed. G.5601. Serviens — Serving; workman: — name men- 
tioned in genealogy of Jesus, Luke 3:32. 

O'bed-e'dom. H.5654. Serviens Edom — Serving Edom; 
servant of the earth: — name of five Israelites, 2 Sam. 6: 10. 

OTnl. H.179. Pastor cameiorum — Shepherd of camels; chief 
of camels; mournful: — an Ishmaelite, 1 Chron. 27:30. 

O'both. H.88. Locus virium — Place of leather bottles; 
water-skins; hollow passes: — place in the desert, Num. 21 : 10. 

5c'ran. H.5918. Conturbatio — Troubling; a disturber; mud- 
dler; afflicted: — father of Pagiel, Num. 1: 13. 

6'ded. H.5752. Statuminavit — He propped up; setting up; 
erecting; reiteration: — name of two Israelites, 2 Chron. 15: 1. 

Og. H.5747. Sulcus — A furrow; cake baked in ashes; spi- 
rally: — king of Bashan, Num. 21: 33. 

O'h&d. H.161. Pars — A part; praising; confessing; union; 
power: — son of Simeon, Gen. 46: 10. 

6'hel. H.169. Tentorium — A tent; tabernacle; house; pa- 
vilion: — son of Zerubbabel, 1 Chron. 3: 20. 

01'}-v8t. H.2132. Olea quae praebet oleum lumini — An olive 
yielding illuminating oil: — the Mount of Olives, 2 Sam. 15: 30. 

6l'i-v8t. G.1638. Olivetum — A place planted with olives:— 
the Mount of Olives, Acts 1 : 12. 

6-iym'pas. G.3652. Caelestis; donum Iovis Olympii — Heav- 
enly; gift of Jupiter Olympius: — a Christian at Rome, Rom. 
16: 15. 

O'mar. H.201. Valde elatus — Very elevated; speaking; elo- 
quent: — son of Eliphaz [AARON], 1 Chron. 1:36. 

0-me'g%. G.5598. Extremm; jinis— Thfc la&t\ the end; the 
last letter of the Greek alphabet, ^ev, V.%. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 187 

Om'rL H.6018. Manvpulus — Handful; my words; pupil of 
Jehovah: — name of four Israelites, 1 Kings 16: 16. 

On. H.203. Robur; dolor — Strength; sorrow; inquiry; stirring 
up; a forbidding; sun: — name of an Israelite and a place in 
Egypt, Num. 16: 1. 

O'nam. H.208. Valens — Strong; stout; ability; powerful: — 
name of an Edomite and an Israelite, Gen. 36: 23. 

O'nan. H.209. Valens — Strong; stout; ability; powerful: — 
second son of Judah [ON AM], Gen. 38:4. 

d-n8s'i-mu8. G.3682. Utilis— Useful; profitable:— slave or 
servant of Philemon, Philem. 1 : 10. 

5n"$-sIph'Q-nis. G.3683. Utititotem affrens— Bringing use- 
fulness; profit-bringing: — friend of Paul, 2 Tim. 1: 16. 

0'n6. H.207. Mansio — Safe abode; strong; rich; gain- 
bringing: — place in Palestine, Ezra 2: 33. 

O'phel. H.6077. Clivus — Hill; tower; elevated place; dark- 
ness: — a hill in Jerusalem, 2 Chron. 27: 3. 

6'phir. H.211. Pinguedo — Fatness; a fruitful region; 
ashes: — name of a person and of a region, Gen. 10: 29. 

6ph'ni. H.6078. Taedium — Weariness; soreness; folding 
together; moldy: — town in Benjamin, Josh. 18:24. 

dph'rah. H.6084. Hinnvleus — A young hind; female fawn; 
dust: — son of Meonothai, and name of two places in Pales- 
tine, 1 Chron. 4: 14. 

O'reb. H.6159. Cortms — A raven; evening; caution: — name 
of a person and a place, Judg. 7: 25. 

6'ren. H.767. Ornus — Wild ash; pine; strength; power: — 
son of Jerahmeel, 1 Chron. 2 : 25. 

6-rI'on. H.3685. Effusiones luminis — Streams of light: — 
any notable constellation, Job 9:9. 

dr'nan. H.771. Ornus magna— desk ^flA *s^\ 'sksss^ «ft\ 
active:— a Jebusite [ARAXJN AH\, 1 Qbobl ^VAV 



188 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

dr'pah. H.6204. Cerva iuoenea — Young stag; mane; the 
neck: — a Moabite woman, wife of Chilion [OPHRAH], 
Ruth 1 : 4. 

6'gee. G.5617. Servavit — He saved: — the prophet Hosea, 
Rom. 9:25. 

6-sh@'$. H.1954. Liberavit — He has saved: — equivalent to 
Hoshea, the original name of Joshua, Num. 13: 8. 

dth'nL H.6273. Leo Dei — lion of God; most brave; forci- 
ble: — son of Shemaiah, 1 Chron. 26:7. 

dth'nl-el. H.6274. Leo Dei— lion of God; force of God:— 
son of Kenaz, Josh. 15: 17. 

6'zem. H.684. Rcboratio — Strengthening; to be strong; 
eagerness: — the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 15. 

6-zI'as. G.3604. Robur Domini— Strength of God:— son of 
Joran [UZZIAH], Matt. 1 : 8. 

Oz'ni. H.244. Attentus — Attentive; hearing by Jah; having 
ears: — a son of Gad, Num. 26: 16. 

dz'nites. H.244. Descendants of Ozni, Num. 26: 16. 

PS'&-r&i. H.6474. Nudatus a Domino— Stripped by God; 
opening; yawning: — one of David's warriors, 2 Sam. 23:35. 

PS'dan. H.6307. Campus late patens — Wide-lying plain; 
table-land; plain: — a region of Syria, Gen. 48: 7. 

PS'dan-S'ram. H.6307. Campos Syrian— Plain of Syria; 
table-land of Aram: — the plain region of Mesopotamia, 
Gen. 25:20. 

P&'don. H.6303. Liberatio exoptata — Wished-for liberty; ran- 
som; deliverance: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 2: 44. 

P&'gi-el. H.6295. Rogatio Dei— The asking of God; event of 
God; prevention of God: — son of Ocran, Num. 1: 13. 

PS'hath-m5'ab. H.6355. Princeps Afoot— Prince, or ruler, 
of Moab; pit of Moab: — an Israelite, Ezra 2: 6. 

•P&'I. H.6464. Vociferatio — Great now, fcera^eeaa^ \^<otIul£; 
sighing:— a, place in Edom tPA\J\, \ Ctao^ \\*&. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 189 

Pa'lal. H.6420. Ivdificavit — He has judged; judge: — son of 
Uzai; an assistant wall builder, Neh. 3: 25. 

P81"es-ti'n$. H.6429. Migratio — Removing; migratory; land 
of emigrants; watered: — a region of Syria, Exod. 15: 14. 

PSTes-tine. H.6429. Migratio — Migratory; rolling; land of 
strangers: — a region of Syria, Joel 3: 4. 

PSllu. H.6396. Mirabilis-- Wonderful; distinguished; hid- 
den: — son of Reuben [PALLU], Num. 26:5. 

PSTlu-ites. H.6384. Descendants of Pallu, the son of 
Reuben, and father of Eliab, Num. 26:5. 

PSl'ti. H.6406. Liberatio — Deliverance; flight: — son of 
Raphu; one of the twelve spies [PHALTI], Num. 13:9. 

P81'tl-el. H.6409. Liberatio Dei— Deliverance of God:— 
son of Azzan, and prince of Issachar [PHALTIEL], Num. 
34:26. 

PSl'tite. H.6407. Descendant of Pelet; designation of Helez, 
one of David's valiant men [PELONITE], 2 Sam. 
23:26. 

P&m-phyil-$. G.3828. Gentes permixti — Mixed nations; 
heterogeneous: — a region of Asia Minor, Acts 13: 13. 

Pftn'n&g. H.6436. Milium — Millet: — a place where fine 
grain grew, Ezek. 27: 17. 

PS'phos. G.3974. Portae — Gates; which is very hot: — a 
place in Cyprus, Acts 13: 6. 

PS'rah. H.6511. Fertilis— Fruitful; heifer:— a city of Ben- 
jamin, Josh. 18: 23. 

P&'ran. H.6290. Fossura mvlta — Much digging; region with 
caverns; ornamental: — a desert of Arabia [ELPARAN], 
Gen. 21:21. 

P&r'bar. H.6503. Svburbium — Suburb; the outside place: — 
the gate or building belonging to the Temple, 1 Chron. 26: 18. 

Par-mftsh'tfr. H.6534. Robti*tu8 pw«iva— 3&ksui> \&> Ss&fc^ 
superior:— a son of Hainan, EstYi. ^\^. 



190 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Par'me-n&s. G.3937. Permanere; permanens — To abide; 
permanent; constant: — one of the first seven deacons, 
Acts 6:5. 

PSr'n&ch. H.6535. Valde agilis — Very agile and swift; 
nimble; delicate: — father of Elizaphan, Num. 34:25. 

PS'rdsh. H.6551. Pvlex— Flea; insect; the fruit of the 
moth: — his children returned, Ezra 2: 3. 

Par-sh&n'da-thfc. H.6577. Interpres legis— Interpreter of the 
law; revelation of corporeal impurities: — son of Hainan, 
Esth. 9:7. 

P&r'thl-ang. G.3934. Exsulatus— Exiled; an exile; horse- 
man: — people of Parthia, Acts 2: 9. 

Pfir'U-ah. H.6515. Floridus — Flowery; blossomed; adorned:— 
the father of Jehoshaphat, 1 Kings 4: 17. 

P8r-v£'im. H.6516. Loca /ertiKa— Fruitful places:— an 
Oriental region whence Solomon shipped gold [OPHIR], 
2Chron. 3:6. 

PS'sach. H.6457. Abscidit — He cut off; to divide: — a son 
of Japhlet; a chief of Asher, 1 Chron. 7:33. 

PSs-d&m'mim. H.6450. Defectus sanguinum — Diminishing 
of blood; dell of bloodshed: — a place in Palestine [EPHES- 
DAMMIM], 1 Chron. 11: 13. 

Pa-se'ah. H.6454. Claudus — Lame; limping: — name of two 
Israelites [PHASEAH], 1 Chron. 4: 12. 

PSsh'fir. H.6583. Nobilissimus — Most noble; liberation; 
prosperity round about: — name of three Israelites, Jer. 
20:1. 

P&t'$-r$. G.3959. Interpretatio; oracvlum — Interpretation; 
oracle; trodden: — a place in Asia Minor, Acts 21: 1. 

P&th'ros. H.6624. Secuit — He cut; extension of ruin: — region 
of the south, i. e., Upper Egypt, Isa. 11: 11. 

*Mth-ru'sIm. H.6625. Inhabitant oi ^riGfcroa>\ * Mimaite 
tribe, Gen. 10: 14. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 191 

P&t'mos. G.3963. Terebinthinus — Belonging to turpentine; 
mortal : — island to which John was banished, Rev. 1 : 9. 

P&t'rQ-b&S. G.3969. Patris vita— Life of a father; one who 
lives like his father: — a Christian at Rome, Rom. 16: 14. 

P5/Q. H.6464. Vociferatio — Bawling; bleating; screaming; 
sighing: — a place in Edom [PAI], Gen. 36:39. 

Pftlll. G.3972. Comprimere; minuere — To restrain; to pause 
or check; to lessen or make small: — an apostle, Acts 13: 9. 

Pftulus. G.3972. Comprimere — To repress; desist; refrain; 
to lessen: — proconsul of Cyprus [SERGIUS], Acts 13:7. 

P8d'a-hSl. H.6300. Redemit Deus — God redeemed; saved of 
God: — son of Ammihud, and prince of NaphtaU, Num. 34: 28. 

PS-dah'zur. H.6301. Redemit rupes— The rock has re- 
deemed; God delivers: — father of Gamaliel, Num. 1: 10. 

Pt-dS'iah. H.6305. Redemit Dominus — God redeemed; 
redemption of the Lord: — name of six Israelites, 1 Chron. 
27:20. 

PS'kah. H.6492. Apertio — An opening; that opens the eye; 
open-eyed: — son of Remaliah [PEKAHIAH], 2 Kings 
15:25. 

P8k"ft-hi'ah* H.6494. Aperuit Dominus— The Lord opens; 
Jah has observed: — son of Menahem [PEKAH], 2 Kings 
15:22. 

PS'kdd. H.6489. Lustratio — Surveying; reviewing; to avenge 
or punish: — symbolical name for Babylon, Ezek. 23: 23. 

P81"$-i'ah. H.6411. Mirabilis fuit — He was wonderful; Jah 
has distinguished: — name of two Israelites, Neh. 8: 7. 

P81"a-ll'ah. H.6421. Meditans de Domino — Thinking on 
God; Jah has judged: — son of Amzi, Neh. 11: 12. 

P81"$-ti'ah. H.6410. LnberaMo Domini — Deliverance of 
God: — the name of four Israelites, 1 Chron. 3:21. 

PS'leg. H.6389. Divisio — Division-, K^«&ksu\ \s> <sofc»\ 
earthquake:— son of Eber {PHALXC\, Ctesi. W*^ 



192 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Pelet. H.6404. Liberatio — Deliverance; escape: — name of 
two Israelites, 1 Chron. 12:3. 

PSleth. H.6431. Separatio — Separation; banishment; swift- 
ness: — name of two Israelites, Num. 16: 1. 

Pe'leth-Ites. H.6432. Indices — Judges; destroyers; courier:— 
messengers of David, 2 Sam. 8: 18. 

P61'Q-nit6. H.6397. Concidem — Falling; hidden; secret; 
separate: — name applied to two of David's valiant men, 
1 Chron. 11:27. 

P6-nI'el. H.6439. Aspedus Dei — The face of God; divine 
presence: — a place E. of Jordan [PENUEL], Gen. 32: 30. 

PS-nln'nah. H.6444. Margarita — A pearl; precious stone; 
jewel: — a wife of Elkanah [HANNAH], 1 Sam. 1:2. 

P8n't9-c5st. G.4005. Quinqiuigesimus — Fiftieth: — festival 
celebrated on fiftieth day from Passover, Acts 2: 1. 

P$-ntL'el. H.6439. Aspectus Dei — Face of God: — name of 
a place, also of two Israelites [PENIEL], 1 Chron. 4: 4. 

Pe'or. H.6465. Apertura — Opening; a gap; cleft: — mountain 
in Moab [BAAL-PEOR], Num. 23:28. 

P8r'a-zlm. H.1188. Irruptiones — Breaches; divisions; de- 
feats: — a figurative mountain, Isa. 28:21. 

Pe'res. H.6537. Ruptio— Breach; divided: — "Thy kingdom 
is divided" [UPHARSIN], Dan. 5:28. 

Pe'resh. H.6570. Stereos — Dung; excrement: — a son of 
Machir by his wife Maachah, 1 Chron. 7: 16. 

PS'rez. H.6557. Ruptio — A break; breach; divisions: — an im- 
portant Judahite family [PHAREZ], 1 Chron. 27:3. 

PS'rez-fiz'zft. H.6560. Ruptio Uzzae— Breach of Uzza:— 
place where Uzzah died [UZZAH], 1 Chron. 13: 11. 

Pe'rez-Oz'zah. H.6560. Ruptio Uzzae— Breaking of Uzzah: 

—name given to Nachon's ttoes\i\iifc-ftoox ^HIDONl, 2 Sam. 
6:8. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 193 

P3r'g&. G.4011. Omnino terrenus — All earthy; tower: — a city 
of Pamphylia, Acts 13: 13. 

P8r'g&-mos. G.4010. Elatus— Elevated; height; fortified:— 
seat of one of the seven churches, Rev. 1: 11. 

P$-ri'd$. H.6514. Separatio — Separation; dispersion; ker- 
nel: — one of Solomon's servants [PERUDA], Neh. 7:57. 

Pgrlz-zite. H.6522. Habitans in pagis — Dwelling in vil- 
lages: — original village dwellers in Canaan, Gen. 13:7. 

PSr'gi-fc. H.6539. Secans — Cutting; dividing; the land of 
Peres: — an Eastern country, 2 Chron. 36:22. 

P8r'si-an. H.6543. Inhabitant of Persia, Dan. 6:28. 

P3r'gi-ans. H.6539. Inhabitants of Persia, Esth. 1 : 19. 

PSr'sis. G.4069. Eversio; expugnatio — Overturning; fight- 
ing: — a Christian woman at Rome, Rom. 16: 12. 

P8-ru'd$. H.6514. Separatio — Separation; dividing; disper- 
sion: — one of Solomon's servants [PERIDA], Ezra 2:55. 

PS'ter. G.4074. Saxum — A stone; a piece of rock: — an apos- 
tle, the son of Jonas [CEPHAS], Matt. 16: 18. 

P8th , 'fc-hfah. H.6611. Aperit Dominus— The Lord opens; 
Jah sets free: — name of three Israelites, Neh. 11:24. 

Pe'thdr. H.6604. Interpretatio somniorum — The interpreta- 
tion of dreams: — a town of Mesopotamia, Num. 22: 5. 

Pft-tha'el. H.6602. Dilatatio Domini— Enlargement of God; 
man of God: — father of Joel, Joel 1: 1. 

Pt-ttl'th&i. H.6469. Opus Domini— Work of God; laborious; 
wages: — eighth son of Obed-edom, 1 Chron. 26: 5. 

Ph&'lec. G.5317. Divisio — Division; separation; to cut: — 
name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [PELEG], Luke 3: 35. 

Ph&TKL H.6396. Separatus — Separated: wonderful; hidden; 
distinguished: — son of Reuben [PALLU], Gen. 46:9. 

Phftl'tl. H.6406. Lnberatio— De&t«raKfe\ «h&&\— *»s^ ^ 
Laish of Gallim fPALTI], 1 Sam. 2Sr.^. 



194 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

PhSl'tl-el. H.6409. Liberatio Dei— Deliverance of God:— 
son of Laish [PALTIEL], 2 Sam. 3: 15. 

PhSn'O-el. G.5323. Aspectus Dei— Sight of God; face of 
God:— an Asherite, father of Anna [PENUEL], Luke 2:36. 

Ph&'raSh. H.6547. Liber esse — To be free; sun-king: — gen- 
eral name of Egyptian kings, Gen. 12: 15. 

Pha'raSh. G.5328. Liber esse— To be free; sun-king: — a king 
of Egypt, Acts 7 : 10. 

Pha'ra5h-h6ph'r&. H.6548. Sacerdos solis— Priest of the 
sun: — a king of Egypt. See Pharaoh and Hophra, Jer. 
44:30. 

Phfi/ra5h-ne'chd. H.6549. Princeps; crocodilus — Prince; 
crocodile:— a king of Egypt [PHARAOH and NECHO], 
Jer. 46:2. 

Pha'raSh-ne'choh. H.6549. Princeps; crocodilus — Prince; 
crocodile:— a king of Egypt [PHARAOH and NECHOH], 
2 Kings 23: 29. 

Ph&'reg. G.5329. Ruptio; divisiones — Tearing asunder; di- 
visions: — a son of Judas [PHAREZ], Matt. 1: 3. 

PhS'rBz. H.6557. Ruptio — Breach; divisions: — a Judahite 
[PHARES and PEREZ], Gen. 46: 12. 

PhSr'I-seeg. G.5330. Separati — Separated; a separatist; self- 
righteousness: — a Jewish sect, Matt. 3:7. 

Ph&'r6sh. H.6551. Pulex — The flea, as the isolated insect:— 
an Israelite [PAROSH], Ezra 8: 3. 

Phar'par. H.6554. Cderrimus — Very quick; swift; producing 
fruit: — a river of Damascus, 2 Kings 5: 12. 

Phar'zltes. H.6558. The descendants of Pharez, the son 
of Judah, Num. 26:20. 

Pha-se'ah. H.6454. Claudus — Lame; limping: — an Israelite 
[PASEAH], Neh. 7:51. 

Phejbjt, G.5402. Pura; casta, radians vi luna— Pure; chaste; 
shining as the moon : — a Christian ^Nomaxi, Itom. \&\ V 



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DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 195 

Ph6-ni'$6. G.6403. Palma— The palm-tree; a red-tree; 
palm-country: — a region of Palestine, Acts 11: 19. 

Phe-nTci-fc. G.5403. Palma— The palm-tree; date-land; 
palm-land: — a region of Palestine [PHENICE], Acts 21:2. 

Phi'chol. H.6369. Os universitatis — Mouth of the whole, or 
of all; perfection of the mouth: — chief of Abimelech's army, 
Gen. 21 : 22. 

Phfl"fc-d8rphl-*. G.5359. Amor fratris— Love of a brother; 
brotherly love: — a place in Asia Minor, Rev. 1: 11. 

Phi-le'mon. G.5371. Amator — An affectionate man; 
friendly: — a Christian convert at Colosse, Philem. 1:1. 

Phl-le'tus. G.5372. Dikctus— Beloved; who is amiable:— 
denounced by Paul, 2 Tim. 2: 17. 

Philip. G.6376. Amator equorum — Lover of horses; war- 
like: — name of four Israelites, John 1:43. 

Phl-llp'pl. G.5375. Amator equorum — Lover of horses; war- 
like: — a place in Macedonia, Acts 16: 12. 

Phl-llp'pi-ang. G.5374. Amator equorum — Lover of horses; 
warlike: — natives of Philippi, Phil. 4: 15. 

Phl-Us'ti-a. H.6429. Migratio — Removal; migratory; cov- 
ered; watered: — land of the Philistines, Psa. 87:4. 

Phl-Us'tim. H.6430. Migratio — Removal; migratory; cov- 
ered; watered: — equivalent to Philistines, Gen. 10: 14. 

Phl-Us'tlnes. H.6430. Migratio — Removal; migratory; cov- 
ered; watered: — dwellers in Philistia, Jer. 47: 4. 

PhI-151'Q-gus. G.5378. Literarum amator — Lover of learning, 
or the word; argumentative: — a Roman Christian, Rom. 
16: 15. 

Phln'g-has. H.6372. Respectus misericordiae — Look of com- 
passion; mouth of a serpent, or of brass: — name of three 
Israelites, Exod. 6:25. 

PhlS'gon. G.5393. Ardens — Zeaio\i&\ Yron&u& NSssaEss^— ^ ^. 
Christian at Rome saluted by Y&\A> 'R&m. "\&\\k- 



196 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Phrj^I-fc. G.5435. Torridus; aridus — Torrid; barren; dry:— 
a region of Asia Minor, Acts 16: 6. 

PhtL'rah. H.6513. Ramus — Branch; foliage; to bear: — armor- 
bearer of Gideon, Judg. 7: 10. 

Phtit. H.6316. Extensio — Enlargement; the nine bows:— 
son of Ham; also name of a place and of a tribe [PUT], 
Gen. 10: 6. 

Pha'vah. H.6312. Rubia tindorum— Madder of the dyer; 
splendor; blast: — son of Issachar [PUA and PUAH], Gen. 
46: 13. 



Phy-gBl'lus. G.5436. Fugitivus—k fugitive:— a Christian 
who turned away from Paul, 2 Tim. 1 : 15. 

Pl-be'seth. H.6364. Bubastis — An Egyptian goddess, repre- 
sented with the head of a cat, Ezek. 30: 17. 

PI-ha-hI'roth. H.6367. Os cavernarum — Mouth of the caves; 
place where grass grows: — an Israelite encampment, Exod. 
14:2. 

Pl'lfcte. G.4091. Pih armatus — Armed with a dart; close 
pressed, i. e., firm: — a Roman procurator [PONTIUS], 
Matt. 27:2. 

PU'd&sh. H.6394. Lampas ignis — Lamp of fire; flame; 
ruinous: — son of Nahor by MUcah, Gen. 22:22. 

Pfl'$-h$. H.6401. Eruptio — Breaking out; to divide; a 
slice: — a co-covenanter with Nehemiah, Neh. 10:24. 

Pfl'tSi. H.6408. Liberatio — Deliverance; flight: — represent- 
ative of the priestly house of Moadiah [PELATIAH], 
Neh. 12: 17. 

Pi'non. H.6373. Anxietas magna — Great anxiety; mouth of 
eternity; perplexity: — a duke of Edom [PUNON], Gen. 36: 41. 

Pi'ram. H.6502. Fecunditas magna — Great fruitfulness; wild- 
ass-like, i. e., indomitable: — an Amorite king, Josh. 10:3. 

Pir'lhthon. H.6552. UUio iusta — T^hteous vengeance; 
chieftaincy; princely : — a place in Yateaftaafe, lvs&%* YL\\h* 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 197 

PIr'ft-thon-ite". H.6553. Habitationes Pirathmis— Inhab- 
itants of Pirathon: — Abdon and Benaiah are so called, 
Judg. 12: 15. 

Plg'gah. H.6449. CoUis alius — High hill; provision; cleft; 
port:— mountain E. of Jordan [ASHDOTH-PISGAH], Num. 
21 : 20. 

Pi-sid'I-$. G.4099. Aheus aquae — A channel of water; 
pitchy: — a province of Asia Minor, Acts 13: 14. 

Pl'son. H.6376. Magna diffusio— Great pouring forth ; diffu- 
sion; over-flowing: — a river of Eden, Gen. 2: 11. 

PIs'pah. H.6462. Dispersio — Scattering; spreading; disper- 
sion; swelling: — son of Jether, 1 Chron. 7:38. 

Pi'thom. H.6619. Spatium maximum — Very great space; a 
dilation of the mouth: — a store-city of Egypt, Exod. 1: 11. 

Pl'thon. H.6377. Dilatatio magna — Great enlargement; ex- 
pansive; mouth; persuasion: — a son of Micah, 1 Chron. 
8:35. 

Ple'ia-des. H.3598. Pleiades— The Pleiades; the seven 
stars; to sail: — a group of stars, Job 9:9. 

P5ch'e-r8th. H.6380. Abscidens orem hominis — Cutting off 
the mouth of man; to entrap; beguiling: — his children 
returned, Ezra 2: 57. 

PSl'lux. G.1359. Potestas magna — Great power: — Castor and 
Pollux, the twin sons of Jupiter and Leda [CASTOR], 
Acts 28: 11. 

P6n'tI-US. G.4194. Pontius — Belonging to the sea; bridged : — 
a Roman [PILATE], Luke 3: 1. 

PSn'tus. G.4195. Pontus — The sea; the open sea: — region of 
Asia Minor, Acts 2: 9. 

P5r'ft-thft. H.6334. Donum—A gift; given by lot; fruitful; 
faithful; favored: — a son of Haman, Esth. 9:8. 

Pdr'gl-us. G.4201. Pvrcm—k \iofc\ w^Vr^>^^ ^ 
Felix as procurator of Judea \¥^&T\3^\, ksta^vE^ 



198 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

P5t1-phar. H.6318. Pinguis frudus— Fruit of fatness; be- 
longing to the sun: — captain of Pharaoh's guard [POTT- 
PHERAH], Gen. 39: 1. 

P5t'l-phe'rah. H.6319. Sacerdos solis— Priest of the sun:— 
priest or prince of On [POTIPHAR], Gen. 41 : 45. 

Pris'c$. G.4251. Priscus — Old; ancient: — a Christian woman 
[PRISCILLA], 2 Tim. 4: 19. 

Prfe-sirift. G.4252. Priscus— Old; ancient:— wife of Aquila 
[PRISCA], Acts 18: 2. 

Pr5ch'Q-rus. G.4402. Dux chori — Leader of the choir:— 
one of the first seven deacons, Acts 6: 5. 

Pt51"$-m&'is. G.4424. Belicosus— Warlike:— a place in 
Palestine [ACCHO], Acts 21: 7. 

Pfl'fc. H.6312. Rvbia tinctarum — Madder of the dyer; 
mouth: — a son of Issachar [PHUVAH and PUAH], Num. 
26:23. 

Pfi'ah. H.6326. Splendor — Brightness; splendor: — an Egyp- 
tian midwife [PUA and PHUVAH], Exod. 1: 15. 

Pfib'U-Ufl. G.4196. Qui est de populo— Who is of the people; 
popular; common: — a Roman, Acts 28: 7. 

Ptt'dens. G.4227. Pudem— Shamefaced; bashful; modest:— 
a Roman Christian who saluted Timothy, 2 Tim. 4: 21. 

Pfi'hites. H.6336. Seducere — To seduce; deceive; a hinge:— 
belonging to the families of Kirjath-jearim, 1 Chron. 2: 53. 

Pitt. H.6322. Crossus — Fat; thick; elephant; lord; king; 
destruction: — name of a king and a place, 2 Kings 15: 19. 

Pa'nltes. H.6324. Descendants of Phuvah or Pua, the son 
of Issachar, Num. 26: 23. 

PtL'non. H.6325. Anxietas magna — Great anxiety; per- 
plexity; darkness: — a desert encampment [PINON], Num. 
33:42. 

Ptir. H.6332. Sors — Lot: — a au\ttra\&\ou\ >3&fe <s*s&xb% of 
lots [PURIMJ, Esth. 3:7. > 






DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 199 

PG'rim. H.6332. Sortes — Lots: — an annual Jewish festival 
[PUR], Esth. 9:26. 

Pttt. H.6316. Extermo — Extension: — son of Ham, his de- 
scendants, their region; also name of a Persian tribe [PHUT], 
Nah. 3: 9. 

Pu-te'o-lL G.4223. Putere — To stink; sulphurus springs; 
little wells: — a place in Italy, Acts 28: 13. 

Ptt'ti-el. H.6317. Extermo Dei— Enlargement of God; afflicted 
of God: — father-in-law of Eleazar, Exod. 6: 25. 

Quar'tus. G.2890. Quartus— Fourth:— a Christian of Corinth, 
Rom. 16:23. 

Ra'ft-mah. H.7484. Percussio — Striking; smiting; terror; 
trembling: — son of Cush, Gen. 10: 7. 

Ra"*-mi'ah. H.7485. Tonitrus Dei— Thunder of God; Jah 
has shaken: — a chief who returned [REELAIAH], Neh. 
7:7. 

Rft-Sni'sBg. H.7486. Ager solis— Field of the sun; destroy- 
ing evil:— a place in Egypt [RAMESES], Exod. 1: 11. 

R&b'bah. H.7237. Magna — Great; powerful; Contentious: — 
name of a place in Palestine [RABBATH], Josh. 13:25. 

R&b'bath. H.7237. Magna— Great:— a place E. of Jordan 
[RABBAH], Deut. 3: 11. 

Rftblti. G.4461. Magister — My master: — a title of dignity 
and honor [RABBONI], Matt. 23: 7. 

Rfib'bith. H.7245. Magna — Great; multitude: — a town of 
Issachar [RABBATH], Josh. 19:20. 

R&b-b5'nL G.4462. My great master:— title of highest 
honor applied to teachers [RABBI], John 20: 16. 

R&b'mSg. H.7248. Princeps magorum — Chief of the magi : — 
a Babylonian official, Jer. 39: 3. 

R&b'sa-ris. H.7249. Princeps eunuchorum — Chief of the 
eunuchs: — name of a king of Assyria and of a Babylonian 
prince [SARSECHIM], Jer. 39:3. 



200 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

R&b'sha-keh. H.7262. Magnus pincema — Chief cup-bearer; 
chief butler: — an Assyrian general, 2 Kings 18: 17. 

R&'Cft. G.4469. Vanus — Empty; a vain fellow; worthless:— 
a term of contempt and reproach, Matt. 5:22. 

RS'ch&b. G.4477. Dilatatio — Extending; wide; broad; large:— 
Greek form of Rahab, a Canaanitess, Matt. 1:5. 

RS'chal. H.7403. Mercaturam faciens — Trafficking; mer- 
chant: — a town in southern Judah, 1 Sam. 30: 29. 

RS'chel. G.4478. Ovis — A sheep; a ewe: — a wife of Jacob 
and mother of Joseph and Benjamin, Matt. 2: 18. 

RS'chel. H.7354. Ovis — A sheep; a ewe; serene; meek:— 
a daughter of Laban; wife of Jacob, Gen. 29: 28. 

Rfid'dSi. H.7288. Extendit Dominus— The Lord extended; 
domineering; trodden down: — a son of Jesse, 1 Chron. 2: 14. 

RS'gftU. G.4466. Amicus — A friend; fellowship: — name men- 
tioned in genealogy of Jesus [REU], Luke 3: 35. 

Ra-gtt'el. H.7467. Pastor Domini— Shepherd, or friend, of 
God: — father of Zipporah; name of an Edomite, also an 
Israelite [REUEL], Num. 10:29. 

RS'hab. G.4460. Dilatatio — Extending; pride; insolence; a 
sea-monster: — the harlot [RACHAB], Heb. 11:31. 

RS'h&b. H.7343. Dilatatio; pirum — Enlarging; proud; a 
pear: — a Canaanitess; an epithet of Egypt [RACHAB], 
Josh. 2: 1. 

RS'h&m. H.7357. Commiseratio — Compassion; pity; womb; 
belly: — son of Shema and father of Jorkoam, 1 Chron. 
2:44. 

RS'hel. H.7354. Ovis — A sheep; a ewe; serene; meek: — 
[RACHEL], Jer. 31:15. 

RS'kem. H.7552. Inanis — Empty; vain; versicolor: — de- 
scendant of Manasseh [REKEM], 1 Chron. 7: 16. 

R&k'k&th. H.7557. Ripa; inanis— Tteat-, skote*, empty; 
valn:—fr fenced city of Naphtaii, 3«^ V&".^>. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 201 

RSk'kSn. H.7542. Litus eztremum — Extreme shore; thin- 
ness; void: — a town in Dan, Josh. 19:46. 

R&m. H.7410. Elatus — Elevated; lifted up: — name of an 
Arabian and of an Israelite [ARAM], Job 32: 2. 

RS'mft. G.4471. CdsUvdo — Height; high place: — a place in 
Palestine [RAMAH], Matt. 2: 18. 

RS'mah. H.7414. Celsitvdo — Highness; high place: — name of 
four places in Palestine [RAMA], Jer. 31: 15. 

Ra'math. H.7418. Elata loca — High places; seeing death: — 
a city of Simeon [REMETH and RAMOTH], Josh. 19:8. 

R&"math-a'im-z6'phim. H.7436. Rama Zophaeorum— 
Rama of the Zophims; double height of watchers: — place 
where Samuel was born, 1 Sam. 1:1. 

R&'math-Ite. H.7435. Civis Ramathis— Citizen of Ra- 
math: — native or inhabitant of Ramah, 1 Chron. 27:27. 

Ri'math-leTlL H.7437. Excelsum maxiUae— Height of the 
jaw-bone: — where Samson slew the Philistines, Judg. 
15: 17. 

R&'math-mlz'peh. H.7434. Elata loca; specula— High 
places; watch-tower: — a border town of Gad [RAMATH 
and MIZPEH], Josh. 13: 26. 

R&m'e-seg. H.7486. Ager solis— Field of the sun; son of 
the sun:— a place in Egypt [RAAMESES], Gen. 47: 11. 

Ra-mi'ah. H.7422. Elatus est Dominus— -The Lord is 
exalted; Jah has raised: — a son of Parosh, Ezra 10:25. 

R&'moth. H.7216. Elata loca — High places: — name of a 
son of Bani and of a place in Palestine [JARMUTH and 
REMETH], 1 Chron. 6: 73. 

RS'moth-gIl'$-ScL H.7433. Elata loca; scaturigines perpetuae 
— Heights; spring perpetual: — a place E. of Jordan, 1 Kings 
4:13. 

R&'ph*. H.7498. Gfyaa^ianV, t&\\\i*^ 
the name of two Israelites, 1 Qiiou- %-A. 



202 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

RS'phu. H.7505. Sanatus — Healed; released: comforted:— 
father of Palti, the Benjamite spy, Num. 13: 9. 

Re"4-I'ft- H.7211. Respexit Dominus — The Lord looked; 
Jah has seen: — a son of Micah [REAIAH], 1 Chron. 5: 5. 

B£"$-Vah. H.7211. Respexit Dominus— The Lord looked; 
whom Jah cares for: — name of two Israelites [HAROEH], 

1 Chron. 4:2. 

RST)fc. H.7254. Qwrtus— The fourth; a fourth part; that 
stops: — a Midianite king, Num. 31: 8. 

RS-bSc'Cft. G.4479. Animal saginatum — Fattened animal; to 
ensnare by beauty: — wife of Isaac [REBEKAH], Rom. 9: 10. 

R8-b8k'ah. H.7259. Animal saginatum — Fattened animal; 
fettering by beauty: — mother of Esau and Jacob [RE- 
BECCA], Gen. 22: 23. 

RS'ch&b. H.7394. Acquisitio patris — Acquisition of a father; 
the horseman: — name of two Arabs and of two Israelites, 

2 Sam. 4: 2. 

RS'chab-Ites. H.7397. Descendants of Rechab, Jer. 35:2. 

Rg'chah. H.7397. Lotus — Side; border; hinder part; soft- 
ness: — a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 4: 12. 

Re"el-a'iah. H.7480. Concussio Domini — The shaking of 
the Lord; whom Jah makes tremble: — an Israelite [RAA- 
MIAH], Ezra 2: 2. 

RS'gem. H.7276. Agmen — A throng; stone-heap; he that 
stones; friend: — son of Jahdai, 1 Chron. 2:47. 

RS'gem-me'lech. H.7278. Agmen regis — A throng, or 
troop, of the king; king's heap; royal friend: — an Israelite, 
Zech. 7:2. 

R5"h&-bi'&h. H.7345. Dilatatio Domini— The extension of 
the Lord; Jah has enlarged: — son of Eliezer [REGEM and 
MELECH], 1 Chron. 23: 17. 

R&'hdb. H.7340. Latitudo — "Rjoom*, YstssA^, «stasDfc\— ^lace 
in Syria; name of a Syrian and oi aal^^^^^^osi*^'*^- 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 203 

RS"hQ-b5'am. H.7346. Dilatatio populi— Extension of the 
people: — son of Solomon by Naamah, 1 Kings 14:21. 

Re-h51)Oth. H.7344. Laiitudines — Breadth; spaces; enlarge- 
ment; streets: — name of a place in Assyria and of one in 
Palestine, Gen. 10: 11. 

BSllfim. H.7348. Commiseratio — Compassion; friendly: — 
name of a Persian and of three Israelites [NEHUM], Neh. 
12:3. 

R8'I. H.7472. Arnicas — A friend; my shepherd: — a friend of 
David, 1 Kings 1 : 8. 

RS'keml H.7552. Opus acu pictum — Needlework; versicolor; 
vain: — place in Palestine, name of a Midianite and an 
Israelite [RAKEM], 1 Chron. 2: 43. 

RSm"$-li'ah* H.7425. ExaUus est Dominus— The Lord is 
exalted; Jah has bedecked: — father of Pekah, 2 Kings 
15:25. 

RS'meth. H.7432. AUitudo — Height; rejected: — a city of 
Issachar [JARMUTH and RAMOTH], Josh. 19:21. 

RBm'mon. H.7417. Magnitudo — Greatness; elevation: — 
town in Simeon [RIMMON], Josh. 19: 7. 

R8m'mon-meth'Q-&r. H.7417. Rimmon circulo definitum — 
Rimmon defined in a circle: — a landmark of Zebulun, Josh. 
19: 13. 

RSm'phan. G.4481. Paratus; armatus — Prepared; set in 
array: — an Egyptian idol [CHIUN], Acts 7:43. 

R5'pha-el. H.7501. Sanavit Deus — God healed: — a Levite 
porter, son of Shemaiah, 1 Chron. 26: 7. 

RS'phah. H.7506. Dives — Rich; healing; recreating; to 
sustain: — a son of Ephraim, 1 Chron. 7: 25. 

Re-phS'iah. H.7509. Sanavit Dominus — The Lord healed : — 
the name of five Israelites, 1 Chron. 9:43. 

£8ph'»-Im. H.7497. Gigar&ium— 01 VJs» ^ae^\— ^k^^^ 
fertile valley S. W. of Jerusalem, 2. $>wxi* V.*N&* 



204 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PBOPEB NAMES 



RgphVknfi. H.7497. Gigantiumr-Oi the giants: — a giant 
race E. of Jordan, Gen. 14: 5. 

RBphl-dim. H.7508. Strata— Beds; places of rest; balus- 
ters: — an Israelite encampment, Exod. 17:1. 

RS'sen. H.7449. Frenum — A bridle; bit; to curb; to re- 
strain: — a place in Assyria, Gen. 10: 12. 

RS'sheph. H.7566. Prima ardens — Burning coal; flame; 
lightning; fever: — a son of Ephraim, 1 Chron. 7: 25. 

R5'u. H.7466. Amicus — A friend; fellowship: — son of Peleg 
[RAGAU], Gen. 11:18. 

Reuben. G.4502. Aspectus filius — Son seen; son of a vision: 
— a tribe of Israel, Rev. 7: 5. 

Reu'ben. H.7205. Respectus filius — A son seen; provided in 
my affliction: — son of Jacob and Leah, Gen. 29:32. 

Reu'ben-ites. H.7206. Descendants of Reuben and mem- 
bers of his tribe, Num. 26: 7. 

Reu'el. H.7467. Consotiatio Dei— Fellowship of God; friend 
of God: — name of an Edomite and an Israelite [RAGUEL], 
Gen. 36:4. 

Reu'mah. H.7208. Pettex— Concubine; elevated; lofty:— 
concubine of Nahor, Gen. 22: 24. 

RS'zeph. H.7530. Solum stratum latum — Wide smooth pave- 
ment; heated stone: — place in Assyria, 2 Kings 19: 12. 

R8-zI'&. H.7525. Desiderium — Desire; delight: — an Asherite 
chief, of the sons of Ulla, 1 Chron. 7: 39. 

Re'zin. H.7526. Firmus — Firm; sure; affection; good-will; 
dominion: — name of a Syrian and of an Israelite, 2 Kings 
15:37. 

RS'zon. H.7331. Gravis moribus — Grave in manners; lean; 
small: — son of Eliadah, 1 Kings 11:23. 



\-um. G.4484. Abruptio; Jractuxa— ^xs^xa^ feacture; 
to break through: — a place inltaJty, Ksta&^&Vtt* 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 205 

Rhe's$. G.4488. Caput; primarius — The head; the first; 
will; course: — son of Zorobabel, Luke 3:27. 

Rh5'd$. G.4498. Rosa — A rose; rose-bush: — maid in the 
house of Mary [RHODES], Acts 12: 13. 

RhSdeg. G.4499. Rosa — A rose; rose-bush: — an island of 
the Mediterranean [RHODA], Acts 21 : 1. 

Rfb&i. H.7380. Contentio Domini — Contention of the 
Lord:— father of Ittai [JERIBAI], 2 Sam. 23: 29. 

RIb'lah. H.7247. Multitudo populi— Multitude of people ; 
fruitful; fertile: — place in Syria, Num. 34: 11. 

RIm'mSn. H.7417. Valdeelatus — Very high; pomegranate: — 
a Syrian deity; name of five Israelites [REMMON], 2 Kings 
5:18. 

RIm'mon-pS'rez. H.7428. Malogranatorum rupturae — 
Breaches of the pomegranates: — a desert encampment, 
Num. 33: 19. 

Rln'nah. H.7441. Ivbilatio — Shouting for joy; song; out- 
cry: — a son of Shimon, 1 Chron. 4: 20. 

Rl'ph&th. H.7384. Fractio fractionis — Fraction of a frac- 
tion; remedy; medicine: — a son of Gomer, Gen. 10:3. 

Rls'sah. H.7446. Ruptura — Rupture; ruin; watering as the 
dew: — a desert encampment, Num. 33:21. 

Rlth'mah. H.7575. Iuniperus — Juniper-tree; broom; bush: — 
a desert encampment, Num. 33: 18. 

Rlz'pah. H.7532. Prima ardens — Burning coal; a hot 
stone; heat; beat: — concubine of Saul, 2 Sam. 3:7. 

RQ-bd'am. G.4497. Dilatatio populi — Extending of the 
people: — Greek form of Rehoboam, Matt. 1:7. 

R6-gelim. H.7274. Fuliones— Fullers; fulled cloths; fuller's 
place: — home of Barzillai, 2 Sam. 17:27. 

RSh'gah. H.7303. Pluvia copiosa — Copious rain; filled for 
discourse; outcry; clamor: — a chief of A&hat^ V Cfcassc^ 
7:34. 



206 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

R6-m&m'tI-6'z8r. H.7320. Educdbo avxilium—I will draw 
forth help; exultation of help: — a son of Heman, 1 Chron. 
25:4. 



RS'man. G.4514. Altitudo; robur — Height^ strength: 
native or inhabitant of Rome, Acts 22:25. 

R5me. G.4516. AUitudo; robur — Height; strength; might:— 
the capital city of Italy, Acts 2: 10. 

B5sh. H.7220. Caput — The head; top; beginning; chief:— 
name of a foreign nation and an Israelite, Gen. 46: 21. 

Ru'fus. G.4504. Rufus— Red; reddish:— son of Simon of 
Cyrene, Mark 15: 21. 

R^lll^-mah. H.7355. Misericordiae potitus — Having ob- 
tained mercy; compassionated : — a symbolical name, Hos. 2: 1. 

Ru'mah. H.7316. Elata— -Exalted; sublime; lofty: — a place 
in Palestine [ARUMAH], 2 Kings 23: 36. 

Rllth. G.4503. Aspeciens cum voluptate — Looking on with 
delight; satisfied; friend: — mother of Obed, Matt. 1:5. 

R^th. H.7327. Aspeciens cum voluptate — Looked upon with 
delight; satisfied; beauty: — a Moabitess, Ruth 1:4. 

SS"b&ch-th&'ni. G.4518. Dereliquisti— Thou hast forsaken 
me : — a part of Jesus' cry of distress on the cross, Matt. 27 : 46. 

S&b'&-5th. G.4519. Exercituum Dominus — Lord of hosts, or 
of armies: — a military epithet of God, Rom. 9: 29. 

Sa-be'ang. H.7614. In captivitatem adducens — Leading into 
captivity: — people of Sheba or Seba, Job 1: 15. 

S&b'tg. H.5454. Percussio — A stroke; striking; to sur- 
round:— a son of Cush [SABTAH], 1 Chron. 1:9. 

S&b'tah. H.5454. Percussio — A stroke; breaking; terror:— 
a son of Cush [SABTA], Gen. 10: 7. 

S&b'te-chg. H.5455. Percussio maxima — Greatest stroke; 
extreme; terror:— a son of Cush [SABTECHAH], Gen. 10:7. 

S&b'te-chah. H.5455. Percussio maxima — Greatest stroke; 
extreme; terror:— a, son of Cush V»XBT^C5S.K\A^^^ V^. 



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DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 207 

SS'car. H.7940. Merces — Reward; hire of labor; recom- 
pense: — the name of two Israelites [SHARAR], 1 Chron. 
11:35. 

S&d'du-$eeg. G.4523. Scidit — He cut; righteousness: — a 
religious sect [ZADOK], Matt. 3:7. 

Sa'ddc. G.4524. Iustus — Just; righteous: — name mentioned 
in the genealogy of Jesus [ZADOK], Matt. 1 : 14. 

Sa/la. G.4257. Propago — Offspring; a race; branch: — name 
mentioned in the genealogy of Jesus [SALAH], Luke 3: 35. 

S&lah. H.7974. Missio — Mission; sending away; branch: — 
father of Eber [SHELAH], Gen. 10: 24. 

S&Ta-mis. G.4529. A serpentibus morsus — Bitten by ser- 
pents; shaken; tossed: — a place in Cyprus, Acts 13:5. 

Sa-la'thl-el. H.7597. Mutuum datum — A loan; asked of 
God:— son of Jeconiah [SHEALTIEL], 1 Chron. 3: 17. 

Sa-la'thl-el. G.4528. Dei petitio— Petition of God; the loan 
of God:— son of Jeconias [SHEALTIEL], Matt. 1:12. 

S&Tcah. H.5548. Levans — Lifting up; moving about; exten- 
sion: — a city of Bashan [SALCHAH], Josh. 13: 11. 

S&Tchah. H.5548. Levans — Lifting up; moving along; 
firmly bound: — a city of Bashan [SALCAH], Deut. 3: 10. 

SSlem. H.8004. Pax — Peace; perfect; complete: — place of 
which Melchizedek was king, Gen. 14: 18. 

SSlem. G.4532. Pax — Peace; perfect; complete: — an early 
name of Jerusalem, Heb. 7:1. 

Sa'lim. G.4530. Vvlpis astuta — Crafty fox; completed: — 
place near Aenon where John baptized [SALEM], John 3: 23. 

SSllfe-i. H.5543. Ortus mens — My rising; treading under 
foot; a basket maker: — a priest [SALLU], Neh. 12:20. 

S&Tlu. H.5543. Valde dolus — Very high; measured: — son of 
Meshullam [SALLAI], 1 Chron. 9:7. 

SSl'mfe. H.8007. Vestis — A garment; clothing: — the name 
of two Israelites [SALMON], 1 Chron, 2: 11. 



208 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

S&TmSn. H.8009. Vestis eximia — Distinguished garments; 
perfect; he that rewards: — father of Boaz, Ruth 4: 20. 

S&TmSn. G.4533. Vestis eximia — Distinguished robe; peace- 
able; he that rewards: — son of Naasson, Luke 3:32. 

S&TmSn. H.6766. Valde umbrosus — Very shadowy; dark- 
ness; shady place: — a hill near Shechem [ZALMON], Pte. 
68: 14. 

SSl-mS'ng. G.4534. Valde umbrosa — Very shady; flowing; 
commotion: — eastern promontory of Crete, Acts 27: 7. 

Sa-15'mg. G.4539. Praemium — Reward; peaceable; per- 
fect:— daughter of Herodias, wife of Zebedee, Mark 15:40. 

S&'lu. H.5543. Valde elatus — Very high; weighed: — father 
of Zimri, a chief of Simeon, Num. 25: 14. 

SS-mS'rl-t* H.8111. Custodia — Guard; watch-station; an 
adamant stone: — a place in Palestine, 1 Kings 16: 24. 

SS-mS'rl-t* G.4540. Custodia aeeurata — Sure keeping; watch- 
post; his lees; prison: — a place in Palestine, John 4: 4. 

Sa-m&rl-tans. G.4541. Custodia aeeurata — Sure keeping; 
his lees; prison: — inhabitants of Samaria, Matt. 10:5. 

SSm / gSr-nS / b6. H.5562. Custodia Nebonis— Keeping of 
Nebo; cupbearer; warrior: — a general of Nebuchadnezzar, 
Jer. 39:3. 

Sfim'lah. H.8072. Vestis eximia — Distinguished robe; rai- 
ment; his name: — a king of Edom, Gen. 36: 36. 

Sa'mos. G.4544. Loca celsa — High place; sandy: — an island 
of the Mediterranean, Acts 20: 15. 

SSm"Q-thr&'$i$. G.4543. Samothracia — An island in the 
Aegean Sea belonging to Thrace [SAMOS], Acts 16: 11. 

S&m'son. G.4546. Sol eximius — Distinguished sun; sunlight; 
his service: — son of Manoah, Heb. 11:32. 

S&m'son. H.8123. Sol eximius — Excellent sun; strong; 
hero:— son of Manoah, a man. oi Taot^, ta&&> ^^Au 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 209 

S&m'u-el. H.8050. Exauditus a Deo — Heard of God; name 
of God; asked of God:— son of Elkanah [SHEMUEL], 
1 Sam. 1:20. 

S&m'u-el. G.4545. Exauditio Dei — Hearing of God; placed 
by God; God hath heard: — a prophet, Acts 3: 24. 

S&n'b&l-lat. H.5571. Odium in occulto — Hatred in secret; 
lauded by the army: — a Persian satrap of Samaria, Neh. 
2:10. 

S&n's&n-nah. H.5578. Purgatio frequens — Frequent purify- 
ing; palm-branch; bough: — town in southern Judah, Josh. 
15:31. 

S&ph. H.5593. Extensus — Extended; threshold; basin; vesti- 
bule:— a Philistine giant [SIPPAI], 2 Sam. 21: 18. 



SSph'fr. H.8208. Pukher— Fair; delightful; beautiful :- 
village in Palestine, addressed by Micah, Mic. 1: 11. 

S&p-phl'rfc. G.4551. Amdbilis; quilibros scribit — Delight- 
ful; handsome; one who composes books; that relates or 
tells: — wife of Ananias, Acts 5:1. 

SS'r$. G.4564. Princeps femina — A princess; to prevail: — 
mother of Isaac [SARAH], Heb. 11: 11. 

SS'rah. G.4564. Princeps femina — Princess; princess of the 
multitude: — wife of Abraham, Rom. 9: 9. 

SS'rah. H.8283. Princeps femina — A princess; to get do- 
minion: — name changed from Sarai, Gen. 17: 15. 

SS'rfii. H.8297. Princeps mea — My princess; dominative; con- 
tentious: — wife of Abram [SARAH], Gen. 16:6. 

SS'r&ph. H.8315. Prester — A venomous serpent; poisonous; 
fiery: — a Judahite, 1 Chron. 4: 22. 



S&r'dis. G.4554. Reliquiae — The remainder; prince of joy; 
the sim: — capital of Lydia in Asia Minor, Rev. 3:1. 

S&r'dltes. H.5625. Raptantes— Takia% mraj\ Sbmbmbss*:— 
the descendants of Sered, the aon oi 7ii^\fc>^>^^^ ^*- 



210 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Sa-r8p't$* G.4558. Fusio— Pouring forth; melting; to fuse; 
refine: — Greek form of Zarephath, Luke 4: 26. 

Sar'gon. H.5623. Princeps iustus — Righteous prince; sun- 
prince: — an Assyrian king, Isa. 20: 1. 

Sa'rid. H.8301. Residuus — Residue; a survivor; hand of a 
prince: — a landmark of Zebulun, Josh. 19: 10. 

SS'ron. G.4565. Planities magna — Great plain; his field; his 
song: — a district of Palestine [SHARON], Acts 9:35. 

Sar-sS'chim. H.8310. Princeps mnuchorum — Chief of the 
eunuchs; master of the wardrobe: — prince of Babylon 
[RABSARIS], Jer. 39:3. 

S&'rych. G.4562. Conexio; constrictio — Connection; binding; 
branch:— father of Nachor [SERUG], Luke 3:35. 

SS'tan. H.7854. Adversarius — Adversary; accuser; enemy; 
contrary: — the prince of this world, Job 1:6. 

Sa'tan. G.4567. Adversarius — Adversary; accuser; enemy; 
contrary: — activity of evil in human consciousness, Matt. 
4:10. 

S&ul. G.4569. Appetitus; immoderatus — Desire; unrestrained; 
persuaded: — Hebrew name of Paul, Acts 8:3. 

S&ul. H.7586. Appetitus; exoratus — Desire; demanded; 
prayed for: — name of an Edomite and two Israelites 
[SHAUL], 1 Sam. 9:2. 

Sce'vfc. G.4630. Exspectaiio; spes — Expectation; hope; pre- 
pared; disposed: — an Ephesian priest, Acts 19:14. 

S$yth'I-an. G.4658. Tugurium — A hut; rude; ignorant; 
degraded: — name applied to a nomadic people, Col. 3: 11. 

851)91. H.5434. Eminens; achates — Eminent; agate; ame- 
thyst: — son of Cush and name of a country, Gen. 10: 7. 

SS'b&t. H.7627. Ramus — A twig; a sceptre; rod; tribe:— 
eleventh month Jewish sacred year, Zech. 1 : 7. 

SSc'a-c&h. H.5527. Saepimewtum — k \te&g£ a , s&alo&ure:— -a 
city of Judah, Josh. 15:61. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 211 

SS'chu. H.7906. Specula — A watch-tower; an observatory; 
a bough: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 19: 22. 

SS-cfin'dus. G.4580. Secundum— The second; favorable:— a 
Thessalonian friend of Paul, Acts 20:4. 

SS'gqb. H.7687. Celsitudo — Highness; aloft; made strong: — 
the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2:21. 

SSlr. H.8165. Hirsutus — Rough; hairy; shaggy: — name of 
two mountains, also a Horite chief, Gen. 36:20. 

Sel-r&th. H.8167. Capra — A she-goat; hairy; roughness: — 
place to which Ehud fled, Judg. 3 : 26. 

Se'l$. H.5554. Rupes — A rock; to be lofty; fortress: — the 
rock-city of Idumaea [SELAH], Isa. 16: 1. 

Se'lah. H.5554. Rupes — A rock; a craggy-rock; elevation: — 
a city of Edom [SELA], 2 Kings 14: 7. 

Se'lah. H.5542. Distinctio — To pause; to rest; elevation; 
loud; clear: — occurs frequently in Psalms, Psa. 9: 16. 

SSla-hSm''m&h-ie / koth. H.5555. Rupes divisionis— Rock 
of division; cliff of escapes: — rock in wilderness of Maon, 
1 Sam. 23:28. 

SSled. H.5540. Supplicationis — Of supplication; affliction; 
exaltation: — son of Nadab, 1 Chron. 2:30. 

S6-letL'$I-&* G.4581. Nitore candidus — White with bright- 
ness; troubled; tossed: — a place in Syria, Acts 13:4. 

S8m. G.4590. Nomen celebre — Celebrated name; fame: — 
name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [SHEM], Luke 3 : 36. 

S8m"ft-chl'ah. H.5565. Adiunctus Deo — Joined to God; 
Jah sustains; cleaving: — son of Shemaiah, 1 Chron. 26:7. 

&8m'e-I. G.4584. Farm mea — My fame; that hears; obeys: — 
name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [SHIMEI], Luke 
3:26. 

85-nS'ah. H.5570. IUustris — Distinguished; thorny; to 
prick; an enemy: — his children letoxr&aA NJ^K^S^^X^ 
Ezra 2: 35. 



212 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 



Se'neh. H.5573. Attitudo— Height; bush; bramble:— a rock 
in the passage of Michmash, 1 Sam. 14:4. 

85'nir. H.8149. Lucerna dormiens — A sleeping candle; cat- 
aract; pointed: — a summit of Lebanon [SHENIR], 1 Chron. 
5:23. 

SBn-n&ch'g-rib. H.5576. Hostis vastitas — Devastation by 
an enemy; bush of destruction: — an Assyrian king, 2 Kings 
18: 13. 

Sft-nd'ah. H.5574. Lux — Light; bristling; pointed: — father 
of Judah [HASENUAH], Neh. 11:9. 

SS-5'rim. H.8188. Hardea— Barley; bearded:— head of the 
fourth priestly course, 1 Chron. 24:8. 

Se'ph$r. H.5611. Canspiczms — Conspicuous; numbering; 
census: — a place in Arabia, Gen. 10:30. 

SBph'fb-r&d. H.5614. Tractus separatus — Separated tract; 
boundary; limit: — a region of Assyria, Obad. 1:20. 

S8ph"ar-v&'im. H.5617. Sephar Parvaimorum — Sephar of 
the Parvaims; city of the sun: — a place in Assyria, 2 Kings 
17:24. 

SBph'ar-vites. H.5616. Inhabitants of Sepharvaim, who 
burnt their children in the fire of Adrammelech and Anam- 
melech, 2 Kings 17: 31. 

85 'rah. H.8294. Redundantia — Redundance; to govern:— a 
daughter of Asher [SARAH], Gen. 46: 17. 

S8r"&-i'ah. H.8304. Deus princeps mens — God my prince; 
Jah has prevailed: — name of nine Israelites, 2 Sam. 8: 17. 

Se'red. H.5624. Superstes — Surviving; trembling; fear; a 
dyer's vat: — son of Zebulun, Gen. 46: 14. 

SSr'gl-us. G.4588. Qui sero agit — Who acts late; a net:— 
proconsul of Cyprus [PAULUS], Acts 13:7. 

Se'rug. H.8286. Corwtnctio--"B\a!fl™g > \ *. W ; plant ; tendril; 
shoot:— son of Reu lSAT«3CTi\, Cten. W.^. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 213 

SBth. G.4689. Substitute — Replacing; substituted; com- 
pensation; who puts: — son of Adam and father of Enos 
[SHETH], Luke 3:38. 

SBth. H.8352. Substitutus — Substituted; who puts; re- 
placing:— third son of Adam and Eve [SHETH], Gen. 4: 25. 

Se'thip. H.5639. Absconsio — A hiding place; hidden: — an 
Asherite spy, son of Michael, Num. 13: 13. 

Sh&"*l-&b1>in. H.8169. Vulpes astutae— Cunning foxes; 
fox-holes: — a boundary place of Dan [SHAALBIM], Josh. 
19:42. 

ShS-STbim. H.8169. Vulpes astutae — Cunning foxes; fox- 
holes: — a place in Palestine [SHAALABBIN], Judg. 1:35. 

Sha-STbo-nite. H.8170. Via inteUigentiae— The way of 
understanding: — a native of Shaalbon [SHAALBIM], 2 Sam. 
23:32. 

ShS'aph. H.8174. Bcdsamum — Balsam; division; fleeing: — 
the name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 47. 

Sha"fc-rii , im. H.8189. Ianuae — Doors; goats; tempests; 
demons: — a town in Judah, 1 Sam. 17: 52. 

ShS-S&h'g&z. H.8190. Custos gazae — Keeper of the treasure; 
beauty's servant: — a eunuch of Ahasuerus, Esth. 2: 14. 

Sh&b-b8th'&-L H.7678. Sabbatum Domini— Sabbath of the 
Lord; my rest; restful: — name of two Israelites, Ezra 10: 15. 

Sha-chi'ft. H.7634. Refugium — Refuge; protection of God; 
captivation: — son of Shaharaim, 1 Chron. 8: 10. 

ShS'dr&ch. H.7714. Strenuus — Zealous; rejoicing in the 
way; royal: — Chaldean name given to Hananiah, Dan. 1:7. 

ShS'gS. H.7681. Erro — I wander; erring; touching softly: — 
father of Jonathan, 1 Chron. 11:34. 

ShS"ha-rS'im. H.7842. Dilucescit— It dawns; double 
dawn: — a Benjamite, 1 Chron. 8: 8. 

ShS-h&z'i-mah. H.7831. Leoaum w^— ^W»&^ *> 
lions; heights; to strut proudly: — \«wiiVii\»»3&»*^^ 



214 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Sh&'lem. H.8003. Pax — Peace; complete; perfect; whole:— 
by mistake for a proper name, Gen. 33: 18. 

Sha'lim. H.8171. Vvlpes astutae — Cunning foxes; foxes' 
pathways: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 9:4. 

Sh&Ti-shfL H.8031. Tres— Three; triangular; triad; prince; 
captain: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 9:4. 

Shftl'le-chfith. H.7996. Affligi— To be cast down; felling; 
thrown down: — a temple gate in Jerusalem, 1 Chron. 26: 16. 

Sh&Tlum. H.7967. Retributio — Reward; peaceable; per- 
fect: — name of fourteen Israelites, 2 Kings 15: 10. 

Shiriun. H.7968. Retributio — Retribution; reward; re- 
venge: — son of Col-hozeh [SHALLUM], Neh. 3: 15. 

ShSTmai. H.8014. Retributio Dei— Reward of God; my 
garment: — ancestor of certain Nethinim, Ezra 2:46. 

ShSl'man. H.8020. Perfectio magna — Great perfection; 
peaceable: — a king of Assyria [SHALMANESER], Hob. 
10: 14. 

Shtt"ma-ne'8er. H.8022. Perfectio principis— Perfection of 
a prince; reverential; retribution: — an Assyrian king 
[SHALMAN], 2 Kings 17: 3. 

ShS'm&. H.8091. Exaudivit — He heard; hearing; obedient:— 
one of David's valiant men, 1 Chron. 11:44. 

Sh&m"§L-ri'ah. H.8114. Cu&todivit Dominus — The Lord 
kept; Jah has guarded: — son of Rehoboam [SHEMARIAH], 
1 Chron. 11:19. 

ShS'med. H.8106. Custodiae — Of keeping; extinction; perse- 
cution:— son of Elpaal [SHAMER], 1 Chron. 8: 12. 

ShS'mer. H.8106. Qui custoditur — Who is kept; preserved; 
lees; a thorn; prison:— a Levite [SHEMER and SHOMER], 
1 Chron. 6:46. 

Sh&m'g&r. H.8044. Custodia accuratissima — Most careful 
keeping; named a stranger— a, VaAgp A 'fcsrafcl ^AMGAR], 
Judg. 3: 31. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 215 

Sh&m'huth. H.8049. Stupor — Astonishment; destruction; 
desolation: — one of David's captains [SHAMMAH and 
SHAMMOTH], 1 Chron. 27: 8. 

Sha'mir. H.8069. Custoditus — Kept; hardness; a thorn: — 
the name of two places in Palestine and of an Israelite, 
1 Chron. 24: 24. 

Sh&m'm$. H.8037. Stupor — Amazement; desolation; de- 
struction:— son of Zophar [SHAMMAH], 1 Chron. 7:37. 

Sh&m'mah. H.8048. Stupor — Amazement; desolation; de- 
struction: — name of an Edomite and four Israelites 
[SHAMMA], 1 Sam. 16:9. 

ShSm'mai. H.8060. Stupor Domini— The astonishment of 
God; my name; destructive: — name of three Israelites, 
1 Chron. 2:28. 

Sh&m'moth. H.8054. Stupores — Astonishments; names; 
desolations: — one of David's valiant men [SHAMHUTH], 
1 Chron. 11:27. 

ShSm-mtL'&. H.8051. Exauditio — Hearing; he that is 
obeyed; renowned: — name of three Israelites [SHAMMUAH 
and SHIMEA], Num. 13: 4. 

Sh&m-md'ah. H.8051. Exauditio — Hearing; he that is 
obeyed; rumor: — a son of David [SHAMMUA and 
SHIMEA], 2 Sam. 5: 14. 

Sh5m' , sh§-nn. H.8125. Tula custodia Domini — Safe watch- 
fulness of God; sunlike: — son of Jeroham [SHIMSHAI and 
SHIMRI], 1 Chron. 8:26. 

Sh&'pham. H.8223. Omnium contritio — Universal contri- 
tion; shaven; bald: — a Gadite of Bashan, 1 Chron. 5: 12. 

ShS'phan. H.8227. Cunicuius — A rabbit; coney; their lip: — 
scribe of King Josiah, 2 Kings 22: 3. 

ShS'phat. H.8202. Iudicavit — He judged; a judge: — the 
name of five Israelites, 1 Chron. 3:22. 

Sh&'pher. H.8234. Pukher — Fair; lovely \ *$gpa^\fc\^'* as - 
antness:—a, desert encampment, ^wm. *ia>\T2>* 



216 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Sha'r&i. H.8298. Princeps mens — My prince; hostile; dom- 
inative: — a son of Bani, Ezra 10: 40. 

Sh&-ra'im. H.8189. lanuae — Doors; goats; tempests; de- 
mons: — a place in Palestine [SHAARAIM], Josh. 15: 36. 

Sh&'r&r. H.8325. StaMlimentum — Settlement; thought; twist; 
cord; hostile: — father of Ahiam, 2 Sam. 23:33. 

Sha-re'zer. H.8272. Splendor nitons — Splendor of the 
shining; prince of fire:— a son of Sennacherib, 2 Kings 19: 37. 

Sh&r'on. H.8289. Plantiies magna — Great plain; his song:— 
name of a place in Palestine [LASHARON and SARON], 
Isa. 35:2. 

Sh&r'on-Ite. H.8290. Inhabitant of Sharon; name applied 
only to Shitrai, 1 Chron. 27: 29. 

Shfi-ru'hen. H.8287. Gratis; munificans donum — Free; mu- 
nificent gift; gracious house: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 
19:6. 

ShS'sh&i. H.8343. Habitaculum Domini — Habitation of God; 
noble; whitish: — a son of Bani, Ezra 10: 40. 

ShS'sh&k. H.8349. Desiderium vehemens — Vehement desire; 
longing; the kiss; eagerness: — son of Beriah, 1 Chron. 8: 14. 

ShS'ul. H.7586. Desiderium — Desire; longing; eagerness:— 
name of an Edomite and of two Israelites [SAUL], Gen. 
46: 10. 

ShS'ul-Ites. H.7587. The descendants of Shaul,Num. 26: 13. 

ShS'veh. H.7740. Planus — Plain; to level; equalize: — a place 
in Palestine, Gen. 14: 17. 

ShS'veh-kfr'l-ft-thfi'im. See SHAVEH and KIRAITHAIM, 
Gen. 14:5. 

Sh&v'shft* H.7798. Habitaculum— Habitation; joyful; God's 
warrior: — royal scribe in David's time [SHEVA and 
SHISHA], 1 Chron. 18: 16. 

She'al. H. 75M. Petitio — Petition*, xeceokS*.', \fcssgc9t v-& son of 
Bani, Ezra 10: 29. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 217 

ShS-STtl-el. H.7597. Rogatus a Deo— Asked of God:— 
father of Zerubbabel [SALATHIEL], Hag. 1: 1. 

She'VrTah. H.8187. Aperuit Deus— God opened; gate; 
tempest of the Lord; Jah estimates: — son of Azel, 1 Chron. 
8:38. 

She'Sr-jS'shtib. H.7610. Residuus redibit— The residue shall 
return: — symbolical name given one of Isaiah's sons, Isa. 
7:3. 

Sh5l>t* H.7652. Amethystus; septem — Amethyst; violet 
color; seven; oath: — name of three persons and of a dis- 
trict [SHEBAH], 1 Kings 10: 1. 

She'bah. H.7656. Septem — Seven; an oath: — famous well 
or series of wells in Palestine [SHEBA], Gen. 26: 33. 

ShS'bam. H.7643. Suavitas — Sweetness; kindness; gentle- 
ness; coolness; fragrance: — a place in Moab [SHIBMAH 
and SIBMAH], Num. 32:3. 

Sh8b"ft-nl'ah. H.7645. Dominvs appropinquamt — God has 
drawn near; Jah has grown, i. e., prospered: — name of four 
Israelites, 1 Chron. 15:24. 

ShSb'a-rlm. H.7671. Fracturae— Fractures; ruins; hoping; 
looking for: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 7: 5. 

ShS'ber. H.7669. Fractio — Fraction; breaking; hope: — a son 
of Caleb by Maachah, 1 Chron. 2 : 48. 

ShBb'nft. H.7644. Appropinquatio— An approach; who rests 
himself; growth; youth: — an Israelite, 2 Kings 18: 18. 

ShSb'u-el. H.7619. Reditu* Dei— The returning of God; 
captive of God: — the name of two Israelites [SHUBAEL], 
1 Chron. 23: 16. 

Sh8c"ft-nrah. H.7935. Habitaculum Dei— The abode of 
God; Jah has dwelt: — name of two Israelites [SHECH- 
ANIAH], 1 Chron. 24: 11. 

Sh8ch"$-nl'ali. H.7935. Habitaculum Dei— Habitation of 
God; familiar with Jah: — name oi «fcN«iA^^i^i^ N ^^S^ 

ANIAH], 1 Chron. 3:22. 



218 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

ShS'chem. H.7927. Portio — A portion; ridge; back; shoulder; 
early in the morning: — name of a place in Palestine, and of 
three persons [SICHEM], Gen. 33: 18. 

She'chem-Ites. H.7930. Family of Shechem, son of Gilead, 
Num. 26:31. 

ShBd'S-ur. H.7707. EiacvMio ignis— Casting of fire; spread- 
ing of light: — father of Elizur, Num. 1: 5. 

She"h$-ri'ah. H.7841. Inquaesivit Dominus— The Lord has 
inquired; Jah has sought: — son of Jeroham, 1 Chron. 
8:26. 

Shelah. H.7956. Petitio — Petition; that unites; sending; 
spoiling: — name of a patriarch and an Israelite [SALAH], 
Gen. 38:5. 

ShSlan-Ites. H.8024. Descendants of Shelah, Num. 26:20. 

Shfir's-mi'ah. H.8018. Retributio Domini— Reward of 
God; God my peace: — name of nine Israelites [MESHEL- 
EMIAH], 1 Chron. 26:14. 

ShSleph. H.8026. Exhaurire — To draw out; extract: — son 
of Joktan, Gen. 10:26. 

ShSlesh. H.8028. Trias— Third; triad; captain; prince; 
strength: — son of Helem, 1 Chron. 7:35. 

ShBl'Q-mi. H.8015. Praemium — Reward; peaceable; per- 
fect: — father of Ahihud, Num. 34:27. 

ShBl'Q-mlth. H.8019. Praemium — Reward; love of peace:— 
name of five Israelites and two Israelitesses [SHELOMOTH], 
Lev. 24: 11. 

ShBl'Q-mSth. H.8013. Praemia — Rewards; peace-making; 
pacifications : — a Kohathite Levite [SHELEMITH], 1 Chron. 
24:22. 

ShS-lQ'mi-el. H.8017. Retributio Dei— Reward of God; 
peace of God: — son of Zurishaddai, Num. 1:6. 

Shim. H.8035. Eminerdia— -Eiok^\x^\ mme; renown:— 
son of Noah [SEM], Gen. 5; 32. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 219 

She'm$. H.8087. Farm — Fame; rumor; hearing; sound; 
obeying: — name of three Israelites and a place in Palestine 
[SHIMHI], Josh. 15:26. 

Sh$-ma/ah. H.8093. Auditio — Hearing; annunciation; obey- 
ing:— father of Ahiezer [SHEMA], 1 Chron. 12:3. 

Sh8m"$-I'&h* H.8098. Exauditio — Hearing; Jah has heard; 
obeying Jah: — name of twenty-five Israelites, 1 Chron. 9: 16. 

Shem"fc-rfah. H.8114. Tula custodia Domini — Safe keeping 
of the Lord; whom Jehovah keeps: — name of three Israelites, 
1 Chron. 12: 5. 

ShBm'e-ber. H.8038. Nomen alae—Nome of a wing; lofty 
flight; illustrious: — king of Zeboim, Gen. 14:2. 

She'mSr. H.8106. Tutor — A guardian; kept; preserved; a 
thorn :— an Israelite [SHAMER], 1 Kings 16: 24. 

Sh8-ml'd$. H.8061. Nominis invocatio — Invocation of the 
name; fame of wisdom: — a, son of Gilead [SHEMIDAH], 
Num. 26:32. 

ShS-mTdah. H.8061. Nominis invocatio — Invocation of the 
name; name of knowing: — a son of Gilead [SHEMIDA], 
1 Chron. 7: 19. 

Sh8-mi'd$-Ites. H.8062. Descendants of Shemida, Num. 
26:32. 

ShSm'i-nlth. H.8067. Excellere — To excel; to oversee; the 
eighth; octave: — an eight-stringed lyre, 1 Chron. 15:21. 

Sh6-mir / &-m5th". H.8070. Nominis exatiationes — Exalta- 
tion of the names; heights of heaven: — name of two Israel- 
ites, 1 Chron. 15: 18. 

ShBm'u-el. H.8050. Exauditio Dei — Hearing of God: — 
name of three Israelites [SAMUEL], Num. 34: 20. 

Sh8n. H.8129. Scopidus acutus — A sharp rock; crag; tooth; 
change: — a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 7: 12. 

ShS-ni'zar. H.8137. Lux nitoris — Light of brightness; fiery 
tooth; tribulation:— son of Bsta&YM, w ^sS^^>V<<5csss^ 
3: 18. 



220 DICTIONAEY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

ShS'nir. H.8149. Lorica — Coat of mail; peak; light; re- 
veals: — a summit of Lebanon [SENIR], Deut. 3: 9. 



ShS'pham. H.8221. Clivus maonmus — Greatest declivity; 
cold; bareness: — place in or near Palestine, Num. 34: 10. 

Sh8ph"*-thl'ah. H.8203. Iudicavit Dominus— The Lord 
judged; whom Jah defends: — father of Meshullam [8HEPH- 
ATIAH], IChron. 9:8. 

Sh8ph"*-ti'ah. H.8203. Iudicavit Dominus— The Lord 
judged; Jah judges: — name of nine Israelites [SHEPH- 
ATHIAH], 2 Sam. 3:4. 

ShS'phl. H.8195. Excellent — Excellent; a beholder; wearing 
away; naked:— son of Shobal [SHEPHO], 1 Chron. 1:40. 

Sh5'ph6. H.8195. Excellens — Excellent; breaking in sunder; 
smoothness :—fion of Shobal [SHEPHI], Gen. 36:23. 

Shft-phtL'phan. H.8197. Molestia magna— Great trouble; a 
serpent; serpent-like: — a son of Bela [MUPPIM, SHU- 
PHAM and SHUPPIM], 1 Chron. 8: 5. 

ShS'rah. H.7609. Carno — Flesh; consanguinity; kins- 
woman: — a daughter of Ephraim, 1 Chron. 7: 24. 

Sh8r"9-bi'ah. H.8274. Solutus per Damnum—- Delivered, or 
set free by God; heat of God: — a Levite, Ezra 8: 18. 



ShS'resh. H.8329. Raduc—A root:— son of Machir, the 
son of Manasseh by Maachah, 1 Chron. 7 : 16. 

Shfi-rS'zer. H.8272. Splendor nitoris— Splendor of the 
shining; prince of fire: — a Jew who dwelt at Babylon 
[SHAREZER], Zech. 7:2. 

ShS'shftch. H.8347. Habitatio secura — Secure habitation; 
bag of linen: — symbolical name for Babylon, Jer. 25: 26. 

ShS'shSi. H.8344. Sex — Six; mercy; rejoicing; whitish:— 
a son of Anak, Num. 13:22. 

She'shan. H.8348. Lilium— A. ^2ty\ ^YOi^\— lather of 
Ahlai, 1 Chron. 2: 31. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 221 

ShBsh-b&z'zar. H.8339. IAberatio splendoris — Setting free 
of splendor; joy in tribulation: — ZerubbabeTs Persian name, 
Ezra 1:8. 

ShSth. H.8352. Substitio — Replacing; substituted; tumult: — 
son of Adam [SETH], Num. 24: 17. 

She'thar. H.8369. Stella — A star; searching out; a remnant: — 
a Persian prince, Esth. 1 : 14. 

She'th&r-b6z'n%-I. H.8370. Stella splendoris— A star of 
brightness; one that despiseth: — a Persian officer, Ezra 5: 3. 

She'Vft. H.7724. Habitaculum — An habitation; vanity; false; 
guile:— scribe of David [SHISHA and SHAVSHA], 2 Sam. 
20: 25. 

Shlb'bQ-lfith. H.7641. Spicae— Ears of corn; stream; fall 
of water; burden: — a pass-word, Judg. 12:6. 

Shlb'mah. H.7643. Dulcedo — Sweetness; fragrant; spice: — 
a town in Reuben [SIBMAH], Num. 32:38. 

Shl'crSn. H.7942. Inebriatio magna — Great drunkenness: — 
a place in Palestine, Josh. 15: 11. 

Shlg-g&'ion. H.7692. Vagationes— Wanderings; a dithy- 
ramb; varieties in song: — a poem or song, Psa. 7: Title. 

Shl-gl'Q-nSth. H.7692. Vagatumes— Wanderings; a dithy- 
rambic ode: — plural of Shiggaion, Hab. 3:1. 

ShThSn. H.7866. Vastitas — Great size; wall of strength; a 
ruin: — a town in Issachar, Josh. 19: 19. 

ShTh&r. H.7883. Nigror— Blackness; dark; turbid:— a 
stream of Egypt [SIHOR], 1 Chron. 13:5. 

Shl'hdr-Hb'nath. H.7884. Nigror Libnathis— Blackness of 
Libnath; darkish whiteness: — boundary of Asher, Josh. 19: 26. 

ShflllL H.7977. Divinitus plantaia — Planted by deity; 
missive; armed: — father of Azubah, 1 Kings 22:42. 

ShlThim. H.7978. Munera — Gifts; fountains; armed men; 
javelins; sprouts: — place in ?&ks&\£& ^5X?LkJkSsk2^ <«&^ 
SHARUHEN], Josh. 15:32. 



222 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROrER NAMES 

Shfllem. H.8006. Praemium — Reward; requital; recom- 
pense: — a son of Naphtali [SHALLUM], Gen. 46: 24. 

ShMem-ites. H.8016. Descendants of Shillem, the son of 
Naphtali, Num. 26:49. 

Sht-16'ah. H.7975. Emissio— Pouring forth; sent: — a foun- 
tain of Jerusalem [SILO AM], Isa. 8: 6. 

Shi'loh. H.7886. TranquiUitas magna; Salvator — Great tran- 
quillity; peace; a Saviour: — an epithet of the Messiah 
[SOLOMON], Gen. 49: 10. 

Shiloh. H.7887. TranquiUitas magna — Great tranquillity; 
place of rest; peace; quiet: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 21 : 19. 

Shl-16'ni. H.8023. Descendant of Shelah, the youngest son 
of Judah, Neh. 11: 5. 

ShilQ-nite. H.7888. Native or resident of Shiloh; a title 
ascribed only to Ahijah, 1 Kings 11:29. 

Shll'shah. H.8030. Tertius— The third; triplication:— an 
Asherite chief, son of Zophah, 1 Chron. 7: 37. 

Shlm'g-fc. H.8092. Exauditio — Hearing; amazement; rumor; 
fame: — name of four Israelites [SHAMMAU and SHAM- 
MUAH], 1 Chron. 3:5. 

Shlm'g-ah. H.8093. Stupor — Amazement; annunciation:— 
name of two Israehtes [SHIMEAH], 2 Sam. 21: 21. 

Shlm'g-ftm. H.8043. Admiratio summa — Great admiration; 
fame; rumor:— son of Mikloth [SHIMEAH], 1 Chron. 9:38. 

Shlm'9-&th. H.8100. Exauditio — Hearing; annunciation; 
obeying; fame: — mother of Jazachar [SHIMEAH], 2 Kings 
12:21. 

Shlm'g-ath-ites. H.8101. Descendants of Shimeah; family 
of scribes at Jabez, 1 Chron. 2: 55. 

ShIm'9-1. H.8096. Fama mea — My fame; famous; that hears 
or obeys: — name of eighteen Israelites [SEMEI], 2 Sam. 16: 5. 

Sh&n'Q-on. H.8095. Exauditio gratiosa— Gracious hearing:— 
a son ofHarim [SIMEO^, Eftta \0-.3\. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 223 

ShlmTlI. H.8096. Exauditio Dei— The hearing of God; 
renowned: — a Benjamite [SHIMEI and SHEMA], 1 Chron. 
8:21. 

ShI'ml. H.8096. Fama mea — My fame; that hears, or 
obeys: — a son of Gershon [SHIMEI], Exod. 6: 17. 

Shlm'Ites. H.8097. Descendants of Shimi or Shimei, the 
son of Gershon, Num. 3: 21. 

Shlm'mft. H.8092. Exauditio — Hearing; amazement; fame; 
annunciation:— third son of Jesse [SHIMEA], 1 Chron. 2: 13. 

Shl'mon. H.7889. Stupor — Astonishment; desert; waste: — 
a Judahite, 1 Chron. 4: 20. 

Shlm'rath. H.8119. Custodiae — Watchings; guardianship: — 
son of Shimhi, 1 Chron. 6: 21. 

Shlm'rf. H.8113. Custodia Dei— Keeping of God; watchful; 
vigilant: — name of three Israelites [SIMRI], 1 Chron. 4:37. 

Shlm'rith. H.8116. Custodiae — Keepings; watchings; female 
guard:— mother of Jehozabad [SHIMRI], 2 Chron. 24:26. 

Shlm'rttm. H.8110. Custodia accurata — Careful guardian- 
ship; watch: — a son of Issachar [SHIMRON], 1 Chron. 7: 1. 

Shlm'rdn. H.8110. Custodia accurata — Careful keeping; 
watch-place: — name of an Israelite and a place in Palestine 
[SHIMROM], Gen. 46: 13. 

Shlm'ron-Ites. H.8117. The family of Shimron, the son of 
Issachar, Num. 26: 24. 

Shlm'ron-mS'ron. H.8112. Custodia accuratissima — Most 
careful watching; guand of lashing: — a place in Palestine, 
Josh. 12: 20. 

Shlm'sh&i. H.8124. Sol Domini — Sun of the Lord; my sun; 
sunny: — scribe of Rehum, Ezra 4: 8. 

ShI'nSb. H.8134. Lumen patris — Light of the father; father 
has turned: — a king of Admah, Gen. 14: 2. 

8hTn&r. H.8152. Eiectus omnimodo — Wholly cast off; coun- 
try of the two rivers :— a plain in Babylo\i^^^^^^^K50^ 
Gen. 10: 10. 



224 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Shl'phl. H.8230. Turma Dei— Troop of God; a multitude; 
copious; abundant: — father of Ziza, 1 Chron. 4: 37. 

Shlph'mlte. H.8225. Native of Shepham; probably one from 
Siphmoth, 1 Chron. 27: 27. 

Shlph'rah. H.8236. Pvlchra— Fair; beauty; trumpet; that 
does good: — a Hebrew midwife, Exod. 1: 15. | 

Shlph'tan. H.8204. Indicium iustissimum — Most just judg- | 
ment; judicial: — father of Kemuel, Num. 34: 24. 

Shl'sh$. H.7894. Hdbitatio — An habitation; pleasant; white- ! j 
ness: — father of Solomon's scribes [SHAVSHA], 1 Kings 4:3. j 

Shi'shik. H.7895. Similis rivo — Like to a river; present of : 
the bag or the pot: — an Egyptian king, 1 Kings 11: 40. m 

Shlt'r$-I. H.7861. Dominus regnat— The Lord reigns; Jab ' 
is arbitrator: — a Sharonite who was the keeper of David's 
herds, 1 Chron. 27:29. 

Shlt'tim. H.7851. Adversatio — Turning away from; rods; 
thorns: — a place E. of Jordan, Num. 25: 1. 

Shi'zfc. H.7877. Elatio— Lifting up; loved; brightness:— a 
Reubenite, father of Adina, 1 Chron. 11: 42. 

Sho'fc. H.7772. Dives— Rich; opulent; fruitful:— an Oriental 
people or a district of Assyria, Ezek. 23: 23. 

ShO'b&b. H.7727. Repemus — Repaid; turned back; apostate; 
rebellious: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 18. 

ShO'b&ch. H.7731. Extensio copiosa — Copious extension; 
pouring; enlarging:— a Syrian [SHOPHACH], 2 Sam. 10: 16. 

Sh5T)&-I. H.7630. Reditus Dei— Returning of God; taking 
captive; sitting: — a returned family, Ezra 2:42. 

ShO'bal. H.7732. Continuo — Continually; overflowing; in- 
creasing: — name of an Edomite and an Israelite, Gen. 36: 20. 

Sh6T)ek. H.7733. Custodit—He keeps; forsaking:— a co- 
covenanter with Nehemiah, Neh. 10: 24. 

Shdl)L H.7629. Reditus Dcmini— ^\>m*ixu& of the Lord; 
captor:— soty of Nahash oi TEUbb^V^^O^^^^^^.^^ 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 22S 

ShO'chO. H.7755. SaepimerUum — A hedge; branches; to en- 
twine:— a place in Palestine [SOCOH], 2 Chron. 28: 18. 

Shd'choh. H.7755. Saepimentum — A hedge; branches; to 
entwine: — a place in Palestine [SOCOH], 1 Sam. 17:1. 



Shd'cS. H.7755. Saepimentum — A hedge; branches; to en- 
twine: — a place in Palestine [SOCOH], 2 Chron. 11:7. 

Shd'h&m. H.7719. Onyx — Onyx; precious as the onyx: — 
a Merarite Levite, son of Jaaziah, 1 Chron. 24: 27. 

Shd'mer. H.7763. Custodit — He keeps; an adamant stone: — 
name of two Israelites [SHAMER and SHIMRITH], 2 Kings 
12:21. 

Sho'phftch. H.7780. Effusio— Effusion; pouring; poured 
forth:— a Syrian [SHOBACH], 1 Chron. 19: 16. 

Shd'phan. H.5855. Contritio magna — Great sorrow; naked- 
ness; hidden: — a town E. of Jordan, Num. 32:35. 

Sh6-shSn'nim. H.7799. LAlia— Lilies; tubular; trum- 
pets:— denotes lily-shaped instruments, Psa. 45: Title. 

Sh6-sh&n'nim-6'duth. H.7802. Lilia; testimonium— Lilies; 
a testimony: — denotes the manner after which the Psalm 
was to be sung, Psa. 80: Title. 

Shu'&. H.7770. Clamatio; divUiae — Crying; saving; pit; 
riches: — a Canaanite; daughter of Heber [SHU AH], 
1 Chron. 2:3. 

Shu'ah. H.7744. Depremo; divitiae — Depression; dell; mel- 
ancholy; wealth: — a son of Abraham; a brother of Chelub 
[SHUA], Gen. 25:2. 

Shu'al. H.7777. Vulpes — A fox; wolf; a burrower: — name 
of an Israelite and of a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 7: 36. 

Shu'ba-eL H.7619. Reditus Dei— Return of God; captive :— 
name of an Israelite [SHEBUEL], 1 Chron. 24:20. 

ShU'ham. H.7748. Stupor magnus — Great astonishment; pit- 
digger; sink humbly:— a son oi Bwi ^jaK^SSS^^^sa- 
26:42. 



226 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Shuliam-ites. H.7749. Descendants of Shuham or Hushim, 
Num. 26:42. 

Shu Trite. H.7747. Descendant of Shuab; an epithet only 
of Bildad, Job 2: 11. 

Shu'lam-ite. H.7759. Placidus— Peaceful; perfect; that 
recompenses: — epithet of Solomon's queen, Sol. Song 6: 13. 

Shu'math-Ites. H.8126. Insignis — Distinguished; aston- 
ished; garlic: — descendants of Shumah, 1 Chron. 2:53. 

Shu'nam-mlte. H.7767. Placidus — Peaceful; perfect:— 
native of Shunem, 1 Kings 1 : 3. 

Shu'nem. H.7766. TranquiUitas quietis — The tranquillity 
of rest: — a city of Issachar, Josh. 19: 18. 

Shu'ni. H.7764. TranquiUitas — Tranquillity; my sleep:— a 
son of Gad, Gen. 46: 16. 

Shu'nites. H.7765. The descendants of Shuni, the son of 
Gad, Num. 26: 15. 

Shu'pham. H.8197. Contritio perfecta — Complete sorrow; 
serpent-like:— an Israelite [SHEPHUPHAN and SHUP- 
PIM], Num. 26:39. 

Shu'pham-ites. H.7781. Descendants of Shupham, or 
Shephuphan the Benjamite, Num. 26: 39. 

Shfip'pim. H.8206. Attritiones — Attritions ; serpents : — great- 
grandson of Benjamin [SHUPHAM, SHEPHUPHAN, and 
MUPPIM], 1 Chron. 7:12. 

Shtir. H.7793. Murus — A wall: — a desert region of Arabia, 
Gen. 16:7. 

Shu'shan. H.7800. Lilium — A lily ; rose ; joyf ulness : — a place 
in Persia, Dan. 8: 2. 

Shu'shan-e'duth. H.7802. Lilium testimonii— The lily of 
testimony: — a musical direction, Psa. 60: Title. 

Shy'thal-hites. H.8364. DeaceviAas^ <A %\i\&talah, the son 
of Ephraim, Num. 26: 35. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 227 

Shu'th$-lah. H.7803. Plantatio propaginis— Planting of 
offspring; noise of breaking: — a son of Ephraim, 1 Chron. 
7:21. 

81%. H.5517. Turma — A troop; multitude; congregation: — 
one of the Nethinim [SIAHA], Neh. 7:47. 

Sl'$-h$. H.5517. Turmae — Troops; congregation; multi- 
tude: — one of the Nethinim [SIA], Ezra 2: 44. 

Slb'bg-C&i. H.5444. Conturbatio Dei— The troubling of God; 
thicket of Jah:— the Hushathite [SIBBECHAI], 1 Chron. 
11:29. 

Slb'bg-Ch&i. H.5444. Conturbatio Dei— The troubling of 
God; crowd of God's people: — one of David's guard 
[SIBBECAI], 2 Sam. 21: 18. 

Slb'bQ-lBth. H.5451. Captivitas magna — Great captivity; old 
age: — Ephramite pronunciation of the word Shibboleth, 
Judg. 12:6. 

SIb'mah. H.7643. Spicae — Ears of corn; spice; fragrant; 
river of water: — a place in Moab [SHIBMAH], Isa. 16: 8. 

SIb'r$-Im. H.5453. Spes — Hope; double hope: — a place in 
Syria, Ezek. 47: 16. 

SI'chem. H.7927. Portio — A portion; back; shoulder; early 
in the morning: — place in Palestine [SHECHEM], Gen. 12: 6. 

SId'dim. H.7708. Reditudines — Uprightnesses; flats; open 
fields : — a valley in Palestine, Gen. 14 : 3. 

SI'd&n. G.4605. Praeda ampla — Abundant prey; hunting; 
fishery: — Greek form of Zidon, Matt. 11:21. 

SI'd&n. H.6721. Praeda ampla — Abundant prey; hunting; 
fishery: — son of Canaan; place in Palestine [ZIDON], Gen. 
10: 19. 

Sl-dS'nl-ang. H.6722. Praeda ampla — Abundant prey; hunt- 
ing:— inhabitants of Sidon [ZIDONIANS], Deut. 3:9. 

Sl'h&n. H.5511. LHlectatio exoptata— ^\<fc*»s^ ^©sk&c* ***- 
sired; tempestuous: — an Amonte ^axug* ^Sras&. TAa"^ 



228 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Sllldr. H.7883. Valde niger— Very black; dark; turbid:— 
a stream of Egypt [SHIHOR], Josh. 13:3. 

Silas. G.4609. Contemplans — Considering; third; marking:— 
an eminent Christian [SILVANUS], Acts 15:22. 

SIT1$. H.5538. Via aggesta — A way heaped up; embank- 
ment; branch: — a place in Jerusalem, 2 Kings 12: 20. 

SI-16'ah. H.7975. Emissio— Pouring forth; sent; dart; 
branch : — a fountain of Jerusalem [SHILOAH and SILO AM], 
Neh. 3:15. 

SI-15'am. G.4611. Emissarius — One sent; dart; branch:— 
name of a tower, also of a pool in Jerusalem [SHILOAH and 
SILOAH], John 9: 7. 

Sll-vS'nus. G.4610. In silva natus — Born in a wood ; woody :— 
an early Christian [SILAS], 2 Cor. 1 : 19. 

SIm'g-on. G.4826. Exauditio gratiosa — Gracious hearing:— 
name mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [SIMON], Luke 3: 30. 

SIm'g-on. H.8095. Exauditio gratiosa — Gracious hearing:— 
name of a son of Jacob, also of a tribe [SHIMEON], Gen. 
29:33. 

SIm'e-on-Ites. H.8099. The descendants or tribe of Simeon, 
Num. 25: 14. 

SI'mon. G.4613. Exauditio gratiosa — Hearing graciously; 
obeying: — the name of nine Israelites [SIMEON], Matt. 4: 18. 

SIm'rI. H.8113. Vigil— Alert; watchful:— a son of Hosah 
[SHIMRI], 1 Chron. 26: 10. 

Sin. H.5512. Luium — Clay; mud: — name of an Egyptian 
town and of a desert place, Ezek. 30: 15. 

Si'n$. G.4614. Rvbus Domini— The bush of the Lord; 
enmity; cliffs: — a mountain in Arabia [SINAI], Acts 7:30. 

Si'n&i. G.4614. Rvbus Domini — Bramble of the Lord; 
rock-fissures: — a mountain in Arabia, Gal. 4:24. 

WnBi. H.5514. Rvbus Domim— T&rceeMte A \fofe I/jrd; 
jagged:— a mountain in Arabia VSY&fe^'Ex^^A* 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 229 

8I'nim. H.5515. Terra australis — South country: — a dis- 
tant Oriental region, probably China, Isa. 49: 12. 

SIn'ite. H.5513. A tribe descended from Canaan, Gen. 10: 17. 

Sl'on. G.4622. Valde dolus— Very high; elevated; lofty; 
peak:— Greek form of Zion, Rev. 14: 1. 

Sl'on. H.7865. Valde elatus—Yery high; elevated; lofty; 
peak: — the summit of Mount Hermon, Deut. 4:48. 

8Iph'moth. H.8224. Clivi — Declivities; bare places; fer- 
tile: — a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 30:28. 

SIp'p&i. H.5598. Longvs — Long; bason-like; threshold: — 
Philistine giant [SAPH], 1 Chron. 20: 4. 

SI'rah. H.5626. Recessio — Going back; retreat; departure: — 
a well near Hebron, 2 Sam. 3 : 26. 

SIrVSn. H.8303. Lorica magna et eximia — Large and 
splendid coat of mail; sheeted with snow: — a peak of the 
Lebanon, Deut. 3: 9. 

SI-S&m'$-L H.5581. Dissolvtio Domini — Dissolution of the 
Lord; distinguished one: — a descendant of Sheshan, 
1 Chron. 2:40. 

SIs'8-rft. H.5516. Grus — Crane ; crow ; battle-array : — name of 
a Canaanitish king and of one of the Nethinim, Judg. 4 : 2. 

SIt'nah. H.7866. Adversaiio — Opposition; hatred; strife; 
accusation: — name of a well in Palestine, Gen. 26:21. 

SI'van. H.5510. Mensis — Month: — third month of Jewish 
sacred year, Esth. 8: 9. 

Smjhr'nft. G.4667. Habitatio frigida — Cold habitation; myrrh; 
tribulation: — a place in Asia Minor, Rev. 1: 11. 



85. H.6471. Elatus— Lifted up:— a king of Egypt, 2 Kings 
17:4. 

SO'chd. H.7755. Saepimentum — A hedge; to entwine; in- 
closure: — a place in Palestine [SOCOH], 1 Chron. 4: 18. 

80'choh. H.7755. /Saepimentum — k\i«ft^%\swac^wR^\^»^^ 
twine:— a place in Palestine \SOCOH\> \ T&s^ v.>»* 



230 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

SS'coh. H.7765. Saepimentum — A hedge; branches; to en- J 
twine: — a place in Palestine [SOCHOH], Josh. 15:35. j 

SO'di. H.5476. Consilium — Counsel; confidant; assembly of 
God: — father of Gaddiel, Num. 13: 10. 

Sdd'om. G.4670. Roris copia — Abundance of dew; their 
secret; burning: — a place in Palestine, Matt. 10: 15. 

Sdd'om. H.5467. Roris copia — Plenty of dew; to scorch; 
burning: — place near the Dead Sea, Gen. 10: 19. 

S5d'om-&. G.4670. Roris copia — Abundance of dew; their 
secret :— Greek and Vulgate form of Sodom, Rom. 9: 29. 

Sdd'om-ite. H.6945. One who has the character or habits 
of the people of Sodom, 1 Kings 14:24. 

S&l'o-mon. G.4672. Magna tranquiUitas — Great peace; 
perfect:— a son of David [JEDIDIAH], Matt. 1: 6. 

S&l'o-mon. H.8010. Pax exoptata — Peace much desired; 
obedient; peaceful: — David's son and successor [JEDIDIAH], 
2 Sam. 5: 14. 

SSp'$-t3r. G.4986. Senator patris — Saviour of his father:— 
a Berean companion of Paul [SOSIPATER], Acts 20: 4. 

S6ph'§-r8th. H.5618. Scriba femina — Female scribe: — his 
children were returned captives, Neh. 7:57. 

Sd'rek. H.7796. Vitis generosa — Generous vine: — a valley of 
Philistia, where Delilah lived, Judg. 16:4. 

S6-sIp'&-t3r. G.4989. Senator patris — Saviour or health of his 
father:— a Christian friend of Paul [SOPATER], Rom. 16: 21. 

S5s'the-nSg. G.4988. Salvis viribus — Secure in strength; 
strong saviour: — a ruler of the synagogue of Corinth, 
Acts 18: 17. 

S5't&-I. H.5479. Recessit Dominus — The Lord has departed; 
one who turns aside; roving: — one of the Nethinim, Ezra 
2:55. 

SpSin. GA681. Curaculus— R&Yib\V, is»\ \sra&Kmr v 1aiid of 
rabbits: — a region of Europe, "Rota, W.*2A* 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 231 

St&'chjte. G.4720. Spica — Ear of corn: — a Roman Chris- 
tian saluted by Paul, Rom. 16 : 9. 

St8ph'$-nSs. G.4734. Corona — A crown; crowned: — a Chris- 
tian convert of Corinth, 1 Cor. 1: 16. 

StS'phen. G.4736. Corona — A crown; crowned: — chief of 
the first seven deacons and a Christian martyr. Acts 6: 5. 

Stdlcks. G.4770. In porta — In the gate: — a sect of philos- 
ophers, Acts 17: 18. 

SQ'ah. H.5477. Loguens — Speaking; entreating; sweeping; 
filth: — son of Zophah, an Asherite, 1 Chron. 7: 36. 

Sttc'coth. H.5523. Tuguria — Huts; tents; booths: — a place 
E. of Jordan, also one in Egypt, Gen. 33: 17. 

Stic'coth-bS'noth. H.5524. Tvguria filiarum— Tents of 
daughters: — idolatrous tents for impure purposes, 2 Kings 
17:30. 

8Q'chath-ites. H.7756. Descendants of a Suchah; a family 
of scribes of Jabez [TIRATHITES], 1 Chron. 2: 55. 

Stikld-Img. H.5525. Unguens — Anointing; covered; dwell- 
ing in booths: — an African people, 2 Chron. 12: 3. 

Stir. H.5495. Recessio — Recession ; departure ; deteriorated : — 
a gate of the temple, 2 Kings 11 : 6. 

8u'san-chltes. H.7801. Inhabitants of Susa or Susi 
[SHUSHAN],Ezra4:9. 

8U-g8n'nft. G.4677. Lilium — Lily: — one of the women who 
ministered to Jesus, Luke 8:3. 

SQ'&L H.5485. Gaudium — Joy; my house; horseman; moth; 
swallow: — father of Gaddi the Manassite spy, Num. 13: 11. 

Sy'char. G.4965. Conclusio — A conclusion; finishing; false- 
hood; drunkard: — place in Palestine [SHECHEM], John 4: 5. 

Sy'chem. G.4966. Munus; portio — A gift; portion: — Latin- 
ized Greek form of Shechem, Acts 7: 16. 

Sy-S'ne. H.5482. Extrema liabiloXxo— 3&b*&r*» ^1|^% 
bush; opening; key ; — place Vn \Swj«t ^ASJ^> ^niH-» ^^ 



232 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Syn'ty-chS. G.4941. Casus — An accident; a chance; fate:— 
a woman of the church at Philippi, Phil. 4: 2. 

Syr'ft-Cttee. G.4946. Tyrus occulta— Tyre hidden; secret; 
that draws violently: — a city on the E. coast of Sicily, Acts 
28: 12. 

Syr'|-&* H.768. Elaius — Exalted; sublime; that deceives:— 
the Hebrew Aram, Acts 15: 23. 

SJr'j-fc. G.4947. Alius; descendens — High ; descending; slander 
of them: — a region of Asia, Isa. 7:8. 

SJr'i-ack. H.762. Ancient language of Syria, an Aramean 
dialect; Aramaic, Dan. 2: 4. 

Sfrl-fHte-niSs'cus. H.758. Place where David put gar- 
risons [SYRIA and DAMASCUS], 1 Chron. 18:6. 

Syr'i-a-mS'&-chah. H.758. A small kingdom in close prox- 
imity to Palestine [SYRIA and MAACHAH], 1 Chron. 
19:6. 

SJr'i-an. H.761. Alius; descendens — High; descending; 
slander of them; that deceives: — inhabitant of Syria, Gen. 
25:20. 

Sy'r6-ph8-nl'$ian. G.4949. Rubedo; purpureus — Redness; 
purple: — Syrian woman from Phoenicia, Mark 7:26. 

TS'fe-n&ch. H.8590. Diffringens — Breaking asunder; hum- 
bling thee; sandy: — a Canaanite city [TANACH], Josh. 
17: 11. 

Ta's-n&th-shri5h. H.8387. Qui producit ficos—Who pro- 
duces figs; approach to Shiloh: — place in Palestine, Josh. 
16:6. 

TSblnHfth. H.2884. Anvli— Rings; good time; good 
hour: — one of the Nethinim, Neh. 7:46. 



TSbT)ath. H.2888. Farm— Fame; celebrated; good: — a place 
E. of Jordan, Judg. 7: 22. 

TStQ-aL H.2870. Bonum se extbuit Deos — God showed 
himself good:— name of a Syrim\TNEEa^^*V^ 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 233 

T&'bs-el. H.2870. Bonum se exibuit Deus — God showed 
himself gracious: — a Persian officer in Samaria [TABEAL], 
Ezra 4: 7. 



r&b's-rah. H.8404. Accensio iUius — Its burning: — a place 
in the wilderness of Paran, Num. 11: 3. 

T&b'i-th$. G.5000. Caprea — A roe; gazelle; clear-sighted: — 
a Christian woman of Joppa [DORCAS], Acts 9: 36. 

TSl>6r. H.8396. Separatus — Separated; broken; mound; 
rising; choice; purity: — name of a mountain and a city, 
Judg. 4:6. 

TSb'rl-m&n. H.2886. Bonum se exibuit Rimmon — Rimmon 
showed himself kind or good: — father of Ben-hadad I, 
1 Kings 15: 18. 

TSch'mQ-nite. H.8461. Prvdens — Sagacious; wise: — a chief 
among David's captains, 2 Sam. 23 : 8. 

T&d'mdr. H.8412. Pdlma — Palm-tree; palm-city: — a place 
near Palestine [TAMAR], 2 Chron. 8: 4. 

Tallin. H.8465. Supplicatio enixa — Earnest prayer; sta- 
tion; camp: — son of Telah; a son or descendant of Ephraim 
[TAHATH], 1 Chron. 7:26. 

TSliSn-Ites. H.8470. Descendants of Tahan, Num. 26:35. 

Tfi-hSp'fc-nSg. H.8471. Donum serpentis — Gift of t he s er- 
pent; temptation:— a place in Egypt [TAHPANHES], 
Jer. 2: 16. 

TS'hSth. H.8480. Descensus — Descent; depression; sta- 
tion: — name of a place in desert, also of three Israelites 
[TAHAN], Num. 33:26. 

T&h'pan-hig. H.8471. Donum serpentis — Gift of the ser- 
pent; temptation: — an ancient city of Egypt [TAHPENES], 
Jer. 43:7. 

T&h'pen-Sg. H.8472. Donum serpentis — Gift of the serpent; 
temptation:— an Egyptian queen ^^SLKSfe^^^V^Kssaa^ 
11:18. 



234 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Tah-r5'fc. H.8475. Tardatio iubili — Delay of rejoicing; cun- 
ning:— a son of Micah [TAREA], 1 Chron. 9:41. 

T&h'tim-hdd'shl. H.8483. Terra infera habitata nuper- 
Nether land newly inhabited; under the new moon: — a place 
in Palestine [HAROSHETH], 2 Sam. 24: 6. 

TSTI-thft cQ'mi. G.5008. Puella surge— Maid, arise:- 
Latinized Syriac words signifying "Damsel, arise," Mark 
5:41. 

TSl'm&i. H.8526. Sulcus — A furrow; ridged; suspending 
the waters: — name of a Canaanite and of a Syrian, Num. 
13:22. 

TSl'mon. H.2929. Oppressio violenta — Violent oppression; 
captive: — a temple porter [TELEM], 1 Chron. 9: 17. 

Ta'mah. H.8547. Plausus manuum — Clapping of the hands; 
laughter: — one of the Nethinim [THAMAH], Neh. 7: 55. 

Ta'mar. H.8559. Palma — Palm-tree; to be erect: — name 
of three women and a place [TADMOR], Gen. 38: 6.* 

TSm'mtiz. H.8542. Datvr vini— Giver of the vine; con- ! 
cealed; departure; dissolution: — a Phoenician deity 
[TEBETH], Ezek. 8:14. 

T&'nftch. H.8590. Peragratio — Progress in traveling; afflict- 
ing thee: — a place in Palestine [TAANACH], Josh. 21:25. , 

TftnTiu-mSth. H.8576. Consolatio ittius—His comfort; so- 
lace; repentance; gift: — father of Seraiah, 2 Kings 25:23. 

Ta'phath. H.2955. Stade— Oil of myrrh; drop; little one:— 
a daughter of Solomon, 1 Kings 4: 11. 

TSp'pij-ah. H.8599. Malus-^An apple-tree; swelling in the 
body: — name of two places, also an Israelite [EN-TAP- 
PUAH], 1 Chron. 2:43. 

Ta'rah. H.8646. Miser — A wretch; a banished man; sta- , 
tion: — a desert encampment [TERAH], Num. 33:27. ] 

i 

TSr'fi-lall. H.8634. Muttiplicatio i\Uu&--33as> \x^*»sft; search- ! 
ing out of slander; a reelii^v— torom^ 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 235 

T5'r§-£. H.8390. Tardatio ivbili — Delay of joy; chamber of 
guile:— an Israelite [TAHREA], 1 Chron. 8:35. 



l-ites. H.2967. Raptores — Ravishers ; hill of wonder : — 
a race of colonists in Samaria, Ezra 4: 9. 

Tar'shish. H.8659. Contusio — Contusion; battering; sub- 
jection; a precious stone: — name of two persons [THAR- 
SHISH], Gen. 10:4. 

Tardus. G.5019. Oblectatio; iucunditas — Joy; pleasantness; 
flat; firmness; hardness: — a place in Asia Minor, Acts 9:30. 

Tar't&k. H.8662. Sol continuo reditu — The sun in his regular 
return; shut up; intense darkness: — a deity of the Avites, 
2 Kings 17: 31. 

Tar'tan. H.8661. Extensio maxima — The greatest exten- 
sion; commander-in-chief: — an Assyrian, 2 Kings 18: 17. 

T&t'nai. H.8674. Donum — Gift; rewarding; a rewarder: — 
a Persian governor in Palestine, Ezra 5: 3. 

TSl>ah. H.2875. Fiducia — Confidence; guarding of the body; 
cook; slaughter: — a son of Nahor, Gen. 22: 24. 

T8b"*-ll'ah. H.2882. TinxU Dominus— -The Lord dipped; 
purified; goodness of God: — a son of Hosah, 1 Chron. 
26: 11. 

T5T)eth. H.2887. Bonus — Good; goodness: — tenth month of 
the Hebrew sacred year; fourth of civil year, Esth. 2: 16. 

Tft-hSph'ng-heg. H.8471. Donum serpentis — The gift of 
the serpent; temptation: — a place in Egypt [TAHPANHES]. 
Ezek. 30: 18. 

Tft-hln'nah. H.8468. Supplicatio enixa — Earnest prayer; 
merciful; graciousness: — son of Eshton [TAHAN], 1 Chron. 
4:12. 

TSTcel. ' H.8625. Pcmdus — Weight; be weighed: — part of 
Belshazzar's warning, Dan. 5: 25. 

T6-k5'$. H.8620. Fixio tentorti— ¥\si&% <& *> \ra&\ hrnss*^ 
the trumpet:— ^ son oi Ad»it-, Vl^SSSiKB^A^ 8 ^ ^^ 



236 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

T8-k5'ah. H.8620. Fixio tentorii— Pitching of a ten 
trumpet-clang: — a place in Palestine [TEKOA], 2 Sam. 14:1 

TS-ko'Ite. H.8621. Inhabitant of Tekoa; "Ira the sc 
Ikkesh the Tekoite," 2 Sam. 23:26. 

TBl-a'bib. H.8512. Tumulus viridis — A mound of gree 
grain-heap; corn-hill: — a place in Chaldaea, Ezek. 3: 15. 

TS'lah. H.8520. Ruptio — Rupture ; fracture ; breach ; moiste: 
ing; making green: — an Israelite [SHUTHELAH], 1 Chro 
7:26. 

Te-lS'im. H.2923. Praeda violenter erepta— Prey taken I 
force; lambs: — a place in Palestine [TELEM], 1 Sam. 15: 

Te-l&s'sar. H.8515. Iuramentum principum — Oath of tl 
princes; Assyrian hill: — a region of Assyria [THELASAE 
Isa. 37: 12. 

TSlem. H.2928. Oppressio— Oppression; a lamb; shado 
of them: — name of a person and a place [TALMON ar 
TELAIM], Ezra. 10:24. 

T81-hfc-r§'shfc. H.8521. Tumulus aratum — Plowed mount 
forest-hill; hill of the magus: — place in Babylon [TEI 
HARSA],Neh.7:61. 

T81-h&r'S£. H.8521. Tumulus aratum — Plowed mount 
mound of workmanship: — place in Babylon [TEL-HAI 
ESHA], Ezra 2: 59. 

T81-mSlah. H.8528. Tumulus salts— Heap of salt; sal 
hill: — a place in Babylon, Ezra 2: 59. 

TS'mft. H.8485. Terror mognus — Great fear; marvelling 
south wind; desert: — son of Ishmael and the region settle 
by him, Gen. 25: 15. 

TS'man. H.8487. Meridies — Noonday; south; perfect; de 
ert: — name of two Edomites, Gen. 36: 11. 

T8m'$-nL H.8489. Meridies — The south; moist; ordained :- 
a Temanite, Gen. 36: 34. 

T8'znan-Ite. H.8489. A desceaAaxA. oil TtsGcoa.-, Eliphaz tl 
Temanite was one of the yrise men oi 'S&skl, ^fo *L\ w 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 237 

T8m'§-ni. H.8488. Meridies— The south; moist; ordained:— 
a son of Ashur, father of Tekoa [TEMANITE], 1 Chron. 4: 6. 

TS'rah. H.8646. Retardatio — Stopping; station; smelling; 
breathing; the senses: — father of Abram [TELARA], Gen. 
11:26. 

TS'resh. H.8657. Asper — Severe; driving away; rude: — a 
eunuch of Ahasuerus, Esth. 2: 21. 

TSr'tins. G.5060. Tertius— Third:— Paul's scribe in writing 
his Epistle to the Romans, Rom. 16 : 22. 

TSr-tttllus. G.5061. MendacUoquus — A liar; an impostor: — 
Roman lawyer hired to prosecute Paul, Acts 24: 1. 

TSt'r&rch. G.5075. Tetrarcha— Ruler of a fourth part of a 
realm, Luke 3: 1. 

ThSd-dae'us. G.2280. Lavdens — Praising: confessing; coura- 
geous: — surname of the apostle Jude [LEBBAEUS], Matt. 
10:3. 

Th&'h&sh. H.8477. Taxus — A yew-tree; friction; badger: — 
a son of Nahor by Reumah, Gen. 22: 24. 

ThS'mah. H.8547. Qui ddet— Who blots out; suppresses:— 
one of the Nethinim [TAMAH], Ezra 2: 53. 

Th&'mar. G.2283. Palma— Palm-tree:— an Israelites men- 
tioned in the genealogy of Jesus [TAMAR], Matt. 1 : 3. 

Th&'rft. G.2291. Retardatus — Delayed; late: — name men- 
tioned in the genealogy of Jesus [TERAH], Luke 3 : 34. 

Th&r'shish. H.8659. Cordusio— Contusion; battering; a 
precious stone: — a Benjamite [TARSHISH], 1 Chron. 7: 10. 

ThS'bez. H.8405. Splendebat — He shone; brightness; prom- 
inent; he gushed out: — place in Palestine, Judg. 9:50. 

ThS-l&'sar. H.8515. Iuramentum principis — The oath of the 
prince; that grants suspension: — region of Assyria [TEL- 
ASSAR], 2 Kings 19: 12. 

Th6-5ph1-ltt8. G.2321. Deum atrvaw^\i&N^^ 
of God; Gad-given: — addressed \yy \jnSl^ \a&fc VX 



238 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Th8&"s&-15'nl-an8. G.2331. People of Thessalonica to whom 
Paul addressed two Epistles, 1 Thess. 1:1. 

Th8s"sft-ld-nTca. G.2332. Victoria Dei— Victory of God:— 
a place in Asia Minor, Acts 17: 1. 

TheQ'das. G.2333. Laus; donum Dei— Praise; gift of God; 
acknowledgment; confession: — an insurgent Jew, Acts 5:36. 

Thlm'na-thah. H.8553. Portio magna — A great portion; 
portion assigned: — a place in Palestine [TIMNAH], Josh. 
19:43. 

ThSm'as. G.2381. Geminus— Twin; depth without bot- 
tom: — an apostle whose name in Greek was Didymus, 
John 11: 16. 

Thflm'mim. H.8550. Perfectiones— Perfections; judgment; 
completeness: — an object in the high-priest's breastplate as 
an emblem of Truth, Exod. 28: 30. 

Thy"8rti'rfr. G.2363. Sacrificium amoris — Sacrifice of love 
or labor; perfume; burning incense:— place in Asia Minor, 
Rev. 2:18. 

Tt-be'rI-as. G.5085. Visio bona — Good vision; observance; 
breaking asunder; prison: — name of a town and of a lake 
in Palestine, John 6: 1. 

Tt-be'rI-us. G.5086. Visio bona — Good vision; watching: — 
Tiberius Claudius Nero, second emperor of Rome, Luke 
3:1. 

TIb'hath. H.2880. Fiducia — Confidence; slaughter: — a city 
of Hadadezer, king of Zobah [BETAH], 1 Chron. 18:8. 

TIb'ni. H.8402. Strudura — A structure; pattern; building of 
Jah: — son of Ginath, 1 Kings 16:21. 

Tl'dal. H.8413. Timor — Fear; veneration; breaking the 
yoke: — chief over various nomadic tribes, Gen. 14: 1. 

TIg'lath-pt-le'ger. H.8407. Majestas magni prineipis— 
Majesty of the great prince; adoration be to the sun of 
Zodiac:— an Assyrian king ITILG^T^Y\\I&^SSS\^ Kin@j 
15:29. 



DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 239 

TIk'vah. H.8616. Aggregatio iUius — His assembling; hope; 
a little line; a cord: — name of two Israelites [TIKVATH], 
2 Kings 22: 14. 

TIk'vath. H.8616. Aggregatio illius — His assembling; a cord; 
expectation:— father of Shallum [TIKVAH], 2 Chron. 34: 22. 

Tfl'gath-pfl-ne'&er. H.8407. Majestas magni principis — 
Majesty of the great prince; that takes away captivity :^-an 
Assyrian king [TIGLATH-PILESER], 1 Chron. 5:26. 

TXlon. H.8436. Donum eximium — Distinguished gift ; suspen- 
sion: — a son of Shimon, 1 Chron. 4: 20. 

Tt-mae'us. G.5090. Horwratus — Honored; perfect; admi- 
rable; unclean; polluted: — father of Bartimaeus, Mark 
10:46. 

TIm'n&» H.8555. Se cohibens — Restraining himself; inacces- 
sible:— concubine of Eliphaz [TIMNAH], Gen. 36: 12. 

TIm'nah. H.8555. Se cohibens — Restraining himself; re- 
straint; one withheld; portion assigned: — name of two 
Edomites and of a place in Palestine [TIMNATH], Gen. 
36:40. 

TIm'n&th. H.8553. Separaiio unius ab aliero — Separation of 
one from another; portion assigned: — name of two places 
in Palestine [THIMNATHAH], Gen. 38: 12. 

Tlm'n&th-he'reg. H.8556. Portio redundans — Redundant 
portion; image of the sun: — burial place of Joshua [TIM- 
NATH-SERAH], Judg. 2: 9. 

TIm'nfith-se'rah. H.8556. Portio redundant—Portion of 
abundance; fruitful portion: — a place in Palestine [TIM- 
NATH-HERES], Josh. 19:50. 

TIm'nite. H.8554. One from Timnah; designation of Sam- 
son's father-in-law [TIMNATH], Judg. 15: 6. 

Ti'mon. G.5096. Honorans — Honoring ; precious ; valuable : — 
one of the first seven deacons, Acts 6: 5. 

Tl-mS'the-fls. G.5095. Deum vonerons— 5kBNaw^afck\^R» 
to God:— Latinized Greek name oi T\sxi^Ck^ , kste ^O^ 



240 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

TIm'o-thy. G.5095. Deum venerans — Honoring God; valued 
of God:— a son of Eunice, a Jewess [TIMOTHEUS], 
2 Tim. 1:2. 

TIph'sah. H.8607. Transitus — Passing over; halting; pas- 
sage; ford: — place in Mesopotamia, 2 Kings 15: 16. 

Tl'ras. H.8494. Desiderium — Desire; longing; a destroyer:— 
a son of Japheth, Gen. 10: 2. 

Tl'rath-Ites. H.8654. Cantantes — Singing persons: — desig- 
nation of a family of scribes at Jabez, 1 Chron. 2: 55. 

Tfrlift-kah. H.8640. ElcUus— Exalted; inquirer; beholder:— 
a king of Ethiopia, 2 Kings 19: 9. 

Tirll^-nah. H.8647. Hdbitotio mansionis — Permanent dwell- 
ing; condescension; inclination: — a son of Caleb, 1 Chron. 
2:48. 

TIrl-fc. H.8493. Timor — Fear; searching out; beholding:— 
son of Jehaleleel of the tribe of Judah, 1 Chron. 4: 16. 

Tfr'shfc-thfc. H.8660. Qui evertit funfamentum— Who over- 
turns the foundation; stern; severe: — title of a Persian 
governor, Ezra 2: 63. 

Tir'zah. H.8656. Obledatio iUius— His delight; well pleasing; 
willing: — place in Palestine; an Israelitess, Num. 26: 33. 

TIshlrfte. H.8664. Captivum capere — To take captive; turn- 
ing back; recourse:— designation of Elisha, 1 Kings 17: 1. 

Tl'tUS. G.5103. Honorabilis — Honorable; honored: — a dis- 
tinguished Grecian who became a Christian convert, Titus 
1:4. 

Tl'zlte. H.8491. Sparsio — A scattering; scattered; going out; 
extension; designation of Joha, 1 Chron. 11:45. 

TS'ah. H.8430. Inclinatio — Declension; prostration; humble; 
inclination:— a Kohathite Levite [TOHU and NAHATH], 
1 Chron. 6:34. 

Tdb. H.2897. Bonus — Good*, ^oodasafc — *> te&on appar- 
ently E. of Jordan, Judg. IV. 3. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 241 

T5b-&d"g-nTjah. H.2899. Bonitas Domini Iah— The good- 
ness of the Lord God; my good God: — a Levite teacher of 
the Law, 2 Chron. 17 : 8. 

T6-bI'ah. H.2900. Bonus Dominus est — The Lord is good; 
goodness of Jah: — name of an Israelite and of an Ammonite 
[TOBIJAH],Ezra2:60. 

Td-bi'jah. H.2900. Bonus Dominus est — The Lord is good; 
pleasing to Jah : — name of two Israelites [TOBIAH], 1 Chron. 
17:8. 

TS'chen. H.8507. Portio demensa — Portion measured out; 
fixed quantity; task; middle: — place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 
4:32. 

Tfr-gar'mah. H.8425. Timor terroris — Excessive fear ; strong ; 
gnawing of the bones; bony: — a son of Gomer, Gen. 10: 3. 

T5llU. H.8459. Inclinatio — Declension; abasement; living; 
declaring: — ancestor of Samuel [TO AH and NAHATH], 

1 Sam. 1: 1. 

T51. H.8583. Risus — Laughter; wandering; erring: — a king 
of Hamath [TOU], 2 Sam. 8: 9. 

T5lft* H.8439. Vermis— Worm; very red; scarlet: — the 
name of two Israelites [TOLAITES], Gen. 46: 13. 

T51Sd. H.8434. Propogatio illius — His propagation; genera- 
tion; nativity; posterity: — a city of Simeon [EL-TOLAD], 
1 Chron. 4: 29. 

TSlft-Ites. H.8440. The descendants of Tola, the son of 
Issachar, Num. 26: 23. 

TS'pheL H.8603. Murmuratio — A murmuring; ruin; decay; 
foolishness; quagmire: — place near the desert, Deut. 1:1. 

TS'phet. H.8612. Detestatio — Detestation; execration; be- 
traying; contempt; drum: — place near Jerusalem [TO- 
PHETH], Jer. 7:31. 

TO'pheth. H.8612. Exsecratio — Execration; curse; leading 
aside; smithing: — part of the vaSXey oi ^Xas^m^^^^^s* 

2 Kings 23: 10. 



242 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

T5'u. H.8583. Risus — Laughter; declaring; who wanders:— a 
Syrian king [TOI], 1 Chron. 18:9. 

TrSch"g-nI'tis. G.5139. Locus asper et lapidosus — Rough, 
stony place; cruel: — a region of Syria [ARGOB], Luke 3: 1. 

Tr5'&S. G.5174. Perforatus; perfora — Bored through; pene- 
trated; I perforate: — a place in Asia Minor, Acts 16:8. 

Trd-gyl'll-um. G.5175. Cavema—A cavern; fruit-port:— 
a place in Asia Minor, Acts 20: 15. 

Tr5ph1-mti8. G.5161. Aptus ad olendum — Fit for nourish- 
ing; well-educated; nourished; nutritive: — a Christian con- 
vert, Acts 20: 4. 

Try-phe'nfc. G.5170. Delicata; tenera; mollis — Delicate; ten- 
der; soft; luxurious: — a Christian woman of Rome [TRY- 
PHOSA], Rom. 16: 12. 

Try-phS'Sfc. G.5173. Delicata; tenera; mollis — Delicate; ten- 
der; soft; living delicately: — a Christian woman of Rome 
[TRYPHENA], Rom. 16: 12. 

Tu'bal. H.8422. Profluens— Flowing forth; the earth; con- 
fusion; carried or led: — son of Japheth, Gen. 10: 2. 

Tut)al-cain. H.8423. Projhmum Caini— Flowing forth oi 
Cain; possessor of the world: — son of Lamech by Zillah, 
Gen. 4:22. 

T^chl-ctta. G.5190. Felix; fortunatus — Happy; fortunate; 
casual; fate: — a disciple of Paul, Acts 20:4. 

Ty-rfin'nus. G.5181. Princeps regnans — Prince ruling oi 
reigning; a sovereign; tyrant: — an Ephesian, Acts 19: 9. 

Tyre. G.5184. Rupes — A rock; strength; a siege; binding:— 
a place in Palestine [TYRUS], Matt. 11:21. 

Tyre. H.6865. Rupes — A rock; strength : — a city of Phoenicia 
on the Mediterranean [TYRUS], 1 Kings 7: 13. 

Ty'rua. H.6865. Rupes — A rock; strength; binding; break- 
ing; — name for Tyre in OVd T^\axafeT& ^ro^faa&s^ Jer. 
25: 22. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 243 

U'caL H.401. Superior fiebat — He became chief; mighty; 
prevailing; devoured: — a fanciful name, Prov. 30: 1. 



tJ'el. H.177. Robur Dei— The strength of God; wish or will 
of God: — one of the sons of Bani, Ezra 10: 34. 

Ulft-I. H.195. Aqua lutosa — Muddy water; strength; pool; 
senseless: — a river of Persia, Dan. 8:2. 



Ulam. H.198. Primum omnium — First of all; the porch; 
the court; their strength: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 
7:16. 

tftlfc. H.5925. Iugum — Yoke; burden; a lifting up; sacrifice 
killed on the altar: — an Israelite, 1 Chron. 7: 39. 

tfcn'mah. H.5981. Tectum — Roof; darkened; covered; his 
people; association: — place in Palestine, Josh. 19:30. 

tfrl'nl. H.6042. Afflictus — Afflicted; depressed; poor; an 
answer; song: — name of two Israelites, 1 Chron. 15: 18. 

U-ph8r'sin. H.6637. Dispertire— To split up; divided:— 
part of Belshazzar's warning, Dan. 5: 25. 

tl'ph&Z. H.210. Insula auri — Island of gold; pure gold: — a 
famous gold region [OPHIR], Jer. 10: 9. 

ttr. H.218. Lux — Light; fire: — a place in Chaldaea; father 
of Eliphal, Gen. 11:28. 

fhr'bane. G.3773. Urbanus— Of a city; refined:— a Chris- 
tian disciple of Paul at Rome, Rom. 16: 9. 

tJ'ri. H.221. Lux Domini — Light of the Lord; my light; 
fiery: — name of three Israelites [URIAL and URIJAH], 
Exod. 31:2. 

U-rl'ah. H.223. Lux Domini — Light; or, fire of the Lord: — 
name of one Hittite and five Israelites [URIJAH and URIAS], 
2 Sam. 11:3. 

fT-rl'as. G.3774. Lux Domini — Flame of Jah: — husband of 
Bath^heba [URIAH and URIJAH], Matt. 1:6. 

fj-rf'el. H.223. Lux Dei— TYhs ^\$&, <rc %&*, A Q»^\— ^ass^ 
of three IsraeJites, 1 Chron. 15*. 5. 



244 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

U-rl'jah. H.222. Lux Domini — light, or fire, of the Lord:— 
name of two Israelites [URIAH and URIAS], Jer. 26: 20. 

(Trim. H.224. Luces — Lights; shining; manifesting; en- 
lightening: — an object in the high-priest's breastplate as an 
emblem of light, Exod. 28: 30. 

U'th$-I. H.5793. Tempestivitos Dei — Seasonableness of God; 
whom Jehovah succors; mine iniquity: — name of two Israel- 
ites [ATHAIAH], 1 Chron. 9:4. 

Hz. H.5780. Consilium — Counsel; consultation; fastened; 
fixed: — name of two persons and a place [HUZ], Gen. 10: 23. 

U'zgri. H.186. Festinatio Dei — Haste of God; strong; ro- 
bust: — father of Palal, Neh. 3: 25. 

U'zal. H.187. Progressus continuus — Constant progress; a 
continual going forth; wandering: — son of Joktan, Gen. 10: 27. 

tfz'zfc. H.5798. Robur — Strength; a goat: — name of a garden 
and of four Israelites [UZZAH], 2 Kings 21 : 18. 

tf z'zah. H.5798. Robur — Strength ; a goat : — son of Abinidab 
[UZZAH], 2 Sam. 6:3. 

tfz'zen-she'rah. H.242. Penus Skearae — Provision of Sherah; 
ear of Sherah: — a place in Palestine, 1 Chron. 7: 24. 

tfz'zl. H.5813. Roburis divini — Of divine strength; my 
strength; my kid: — name of six Israelites [UZZIAH], 
1 Chron. 6:5. 

tfe-zi'a. H.5814. Robur Domini— Strength of God; kid of 
God : — one of David's valiant men [UZZIEL], 1 Chron. 11 : 44. 

tfe-zi'ah. H.5818. Robur Domini— Strength, of God; kid 
of God: — name of five Israelites, 2 Chron. 26: 1. 

tfe'zl-el. H.5816. Robur Dei— Strength of God; might of 
God: — name of six Israelites, Exod. 6: 18. 

fiz'zl-el-ites. H.5817. Descendants of Uzziel, and one of 
the great families of the Kohathites, Num. 3:27. 

Va-jSz'a-thQ. H.2055. Candidus— Stv^V, ^s*^ ^fc&klin& 
the chamber; olive-trees: — son oi "Raxaax^ ISsKta^ \^. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 245 

Va-nl'ah. H.2057. Oppressio — Oppression; weapons of the 
Lord; Jah is praise: — son of Bani, Ezra 10: 36. 

VSsh'ni. H.2059. Donum — Gift; changed; my year; second; 
Jah is strong: — son of Samuel, 1 Chron. 6: 28. 

Vish'tl. H.2060. Pvkher— Fair; lovely; drinking; doubling:— 
wife of King Ahasuerus, Esth. 1:11. 

VSph'sI. H.2058. Additamentum Dei — Addition of God; 
fragment diminished: — father of Nahbi, the Naphtalite 
spy, Num. 13 : 14. 

ZS"$-n&'im. H.6815. Magna migratio—Gre&t migration; re- 
movals; changing: — place in Palestine [ZAANANNIM], 
Judg. 4: 11. 

Z&'fc-nto. H.6630. Egressus— Going forth; place of flocks:— 
a place in Palestine [ZEN AN], Mic. 1: 11. 

Z&"$-n&n'nim. H.6815. MigraMo magna— Great migration; 
removals; one sleeping: — a place in Palestine [ZAANAIM], 
Josh. 19:33. 

Z&'a-vSn. H.2190. Commotio— Commotion; great tremor; 
disquiet:— a, son of Ezer [ZAVAN], Gen. 36: 27. 

Z&l>&d. H.2066. Donavit dotem — He has given a dowry; 
endowed: — name of seven Israelites, 1 Chron. 2: 36. 

Z&bl>&i. H.2079. lustitia Domini — The justice of God; por- 
tion of God: — name of two Israelites, Ezra 10: 28. 

Z&b'bud. H.2072. Donatio — A donation; a gift; a dowry; 
endowed: — son of Bigvai [ZABUD], Ezra 8: 14. 

Z&b'dl. H.2067. Donum Dei— The gift of God; giving:— the 
name of four Israelites, Josh. 7:1. 

Z&b'dl-el. H.2068. Donum Dei— The gift of God; portion 
of God: — the name of two Israelites, Neh. 11: 14. 

ZSlmd. H.2071. Demo dolus — Given by gift; dowry; en- 
dowed: — a son of Nathan [ZABAD], 1 Kings 4: 5. 



Z&b'u-lon. G.2194. ffaWtotio excyptata— R&sta&ss&L **5bs*&: 
abiding:— Latinized Greek iotm oi Ti^x&x^^fcka^ ^oa** 



246 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Z&c'c$-I. H.2140. Purus fuit — He was pure; innocent; just:— 
an Israelite, Neh. 7: 14. 

Z&c-chae'us. G.2195. Purus — Pure; clean; justified; just:— 
a tax-collector near Jericho, Luke 19:2. 



Z&c'chur. H.2139. Recordatio — Remembrance; mindful: 
Simeonite of the family of Mishma [ZACCUR], 1 Chron. 
4: 26. 

ZSc'cur. H.2139. Recordatio — Remembrance; mindful:— 
name of six Israelites [ZACCHUR], 1 Chron. 25: 2. 

Z&ch"%-ri'ah. H.2148. Memor Domini — Remembering the 
Lord; the Lord is remembered; Jah has remembered: — name 
of two Israelites [ZECHARIAH], 2 Kings 14:29. 

ZSch"a-ri'as. G.2197. Recordatus est Dominus— The Lord 
is remembered; remembered of God; mindful: — Greek form 
of Zechariah, Luke 1:5. 

Za'cher. H.2144. Recordatus — Remembered; memorial: — a 
son of Jehiel [ZECHARIAH], 1 Chron. 8: 31. 

Za'dSk. H.6659. Iustus — Just; justified; righteous: — name 
of seven Israelites [SADDUCEES], 2 Sam. 8: 17. 

Za'ham. H.2093. Fastidium— Pride; fatness; filthiness; 
crime; loathing: — son of Rehoboam, 2 Chron. 11:19. 

ZS'ir. H.6811. Parvus — Small; ignoble; afflicted; in tribu- 
lation: — place in Idumaea [ZOAR], 2 Kings 8: 21. 

ZSlaph. H.6764. Fractio — Fraction; an opening; a shadow:— 
father of Hanun, Neh. 3:30. 

Z&TmSn. H.6756. VaMe umbrosus — Very shadowy; dark- 
ness ; his image : — name of an Israelite, and a place in Palestine 
[ILAI], 2 Sam. 23:28. 

Zal-m5'nah. H.6758. Donum umbrae — Gift of a shadow or 
shade; shady: — a place in the desert, Num. 33:41. 

i&/-xi2&Z2 / 2l$. H.6759. Urnibracajiium ezsuMs — The covering 
or shade of an exile; shelter la deiasAv-^ ^^rax&i^ ^uSsc, 
8:5. 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 247 

Z&m-zfim'mimg. H.2157. Superbissimi — Most proud; wick* 
edness; intriguing: — native tribe of Palestine [ZUZIMS], 
Deut. 2: 20. 

Za-nS'ah. H.2182. Dissitus — Placed far distant; desertion; 
rejected: — name of two places in Palestine, and possibly an 
Israelite, Josh. 15:34. 

Z&ph'nath-pS // &--n5'ah. H.6847. OccuMarum revelatar—Re- 
vealer^ of secrets; discovering hidden things: — Joseph's 
Egyptian name, Gen. 41 : 45. 

Za'phSn. H.6829. OccuUus — Hidden ; northeast wind ; boreal ; 
beholder: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 13: 27. 

Za'r&. G.2196. Oriens — Rising; brightness; clearness: — name 
mentioned in genealogy of Jesus [ZARAH], Matt. 1:3. 

Za'rah. H.2226. Oriens — Rising; brightness; clearness: — a 
son of Judah by Tamar [ZERAH], Gen. 38: 30. 

Z&'rg-ah. H.6881. Congregatio — An assembly; leprosy; a 
hornet: — a place in Palestine [ZORAH and ZOREAH], 
Neh. 11:29. 

ZS'r§-ath-Ites. H.6882. Dwellers in Zareah or Zorah 
[ZORATHITES], 1 Chron. 2: 53. 

Z&'red. H.2218. Luxuries arborum ampvtatorum — The lux- 
uriant branches of trees cut off: — brook E. of Dead Sea 
[ZERED], Num. 21:12. 

ZSr's-phSth. H.6886. Fusio— Pouring forth; refinement; 
perplexity of bread: — place in Palestine, 1 Kings 17: 9. 

Z&r'g-tan. H.6891. Angustia habitationis — Straitness of the 
dwelling; to pierce; puncture: — a place in Palestine [ZAR- 
THAN], Josh. 3:16. 

ZS'reth-shSTiar. H.6890. Splendor aurorae— Brightness of 
the morning; beauty of dawn: — a town in Reuben, Josh. 
13:19. 

Zartiltes. H.2227. Candidi — Clear ones;-^QBCfcTLdajafe3> ol 
Zerah, Num. 26: 13. 



248 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Z&r'ta-nah. H.6891. Versus Zartenum — Opposite Zartanah; 
straitness; ambush; perplexity: — place in Palestine [ZER- 
EDA], 1 Kings 4: 12. 

Z&r'than. H.6891. Angustia habiiationis — Straitness of the 
dwelling; to pierce: — place in Palestine [ZARETAN], 1 Kings 
7:46. 

Z&t'thu. H.2240. Ornamentum — An ornament; an honor; 
sprout: — a co-covenanter with Nehemiah [ZATTU], Neh. 
10: 14. 

Z&t'tu. H.2240. Ornamentum — An ornament; an honor; 
branch: — his children returned [ZATTAU], Ezra 2: 8. 

Za'van. H.2190. Commotio — Commotion; great tremor; dis- 
quiet: — an Idumaean [ZAAVAN], 1 Chron. 1: 42. 

ZS'z$. H.2117. Fvlgens — Shining; prominent; projection; go- 
ing back: — son of Jonathan, 1 Chron. 2: 33. 

Z8b"a-drah. h.2069. Donamt Deus— God has given; the 
Lord is my portion: — name of nine Israelites, 1 Chron. 26: 2. 

ZSl>ah. H.2078. Sacrificium — A sacrifice; victim; killing: — a 
Midianite king slain by Gideon, Judg. 8 : 5. 

Zft-ba'im. H.6380. Capreae — Roes; antelopes; gazelles:— 
one of the servants of Solomon, Ezra 2: 57. 

ZSb'9-dee. G.2199. Danum Dei— Gift of God; dowry; 
abundant portion: — father of James and John [ZEBADIAH], 
Matt. 4: 21. 

Zft-bl'na. H.2081. Emptio — Purchasing; a precious pos- 
session: — a son of Nebo, Ezra 10: 43. 

Z8-b5i'im. H.6636. Serpentigenae — Of the serpent breed; 
fair; deers; goats; gazelles: — place in Palestine [ZEBOIM], 
Gen. 14:8. 

Z8-b5'im. H.6636. Serpentigenae — Of the serpent breed; 
fair; deer; goats; gazelles : — names of two places in Palestine 
[ZEBOIIM], Gen. 10: 19. 

Zt-bQ'dah. H.2080. Dono data— Gvre& by free gift; en- 
dowed:— wife of King Josia\iYfc&&^\^T^^ 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 249 

Html. H.2083. Cohabitatio — Dwelling together; abiding: — 
a ruler of the city of Shechem, Judg. 9 : 28. 

Z8b'u-lon-Ite". H.2075. Member of the tribe of Zebulun, 
applied only to Eton, Judg. 12: 11. 

ZSb'u-lun. H.2074. Hdbitatio exoptata— Dwelling wished for; 
habitation: — son of Jacob; his tribe and territory, Gen. 30: 20. 

ZSb'u-lun-Ites. H.2075. Members of the tribe of Zebulun, 
Num. 26: 27. 

ZSch'Vri'ah. H.2148. Recordatus Deus est— The Lord is 
remembered; Jah has remembered — name of twenty-eight 
Israelites, Zech. 1:1. 

Z5'd&d. H.6657. Lotus— Side; coast; mountain-side; steep 
place: — place near Palestine, Num. 34: 8. 

Z8d"9-kTah. H.6667. lustitia Domini — Righteousness of the 
Lord; justice of Jehovah: — name of four Israelites [ZID- 
KIJAH], 1 Kings 22: 11. s 

ZS'eb. H.2062. Lupus — A wolf; to be yellow: — a prince of 
Midian, Judg. 7 : 25. 

ZSlah. H.6762. Lotus — Side; a rib; a limping: — a city of 
Benjamin, Josh. 18: 28. 

ZSlek. H.6768. Fissio — Cleaving; fissure; shadow or noise 
of one licking: — one of David's guard, 2 Sam. 23: 37. 

Z8-15'ph$-h&d. H.6765. Fissio prima — First opening; first- 
born; shadow of fear; being burnt: — son of Hepher, Num. 
26:33. 

Z8-15't6g. G.2208. Zdotes — Zealous; full of zeal; jealous: — 
applied to Simon, Luke 6: 15. 

ZSl'zah. H.6766. Umbra — A shade ; noon-tide ; clear shade : — 
a place in Palestine, 1 Sam. 10: 2. 

Z8m"ft-rS'im. H.6787. Frigidi— Cold; double fleece; double 
mountain-forest: — a place in Palestine, Josh. 18:22. 

Z8m'$-rite. H.6786. An Hamatic tribe or family descended 
from Canaan, 1 Chron. 1 : 16. 




250 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMI 

Zt-ml'rft. H.2160. Cantio — A song; vine; palm:- 
Becher, a descendant of Benjamin, 1 Chron. 7 : 8. 

Zi'xum. H.6799. Valde fecundus— Very fruitful; col< 
a town in lowlands of Judah [ZAANAN], Josh. 15: 3 

Zt'UUL G.2211. Iovis Danum—GHt of Jove; In 
Christian lawyer, Titus 3 : 13. 

Z8ph"&-nl'ah. H.6846. Abscondit—tte hid; Jah 
creted, L e., protected: — name of four Israelites, Zep] 

ZS'phath. H.6857. Specula— Watch tower; a cave 
beholds; that attends: — a place in Palestine, Judg. 1 

Mph'fr-thah. H.6859. SpecwZa— Watch tower; a cave 
beholds; that attends; that covers: — a place in P 
[ZEPHATH], 2 Chron. 14: 10. 

ZS'phL H.6825. Exspedatio — Expectation; an obser 
an Idumaean [ZEPHO], 1 Chron. 1 : 36. 

Z*'ph6. H.6825. Ex&pectatio— Expectation; a b< 
watch-tower:— a son of EUphaz [ZEPHI], Gen. 36: 1 

ZS'phon. H.6827. Absconsio — Hiding; watchman; 
ing out:-^on of Gad [ZIPHION], Num. 26: 15. 

Zfeh'on-Ites. H.6831. Descendants of Zephon or 2 
Num. 26: 15. 

Zfir. H.6863. Angustia— Straitness; tribulation; a r 
city of Naphtali, Josh. 19: 35. 

ZS'rah. H.2226. Ortus lucis— The beginning of 
name of several persons, Josh. 36: 13. 

Z8r"&-hi'ah. H.2228. Exartus est Dominus— -The L 
risen; Jah caused to be born: — name of two Is 
Ezra 7: 4. 

ZS'red. H.2218. Poterdia diffusa— Power spread 
exuberant growth: — brook E. of Dead Sea [Zi 
Deut. 2:13. 

Z8r'e-d&. H.6868. Angustia — Straitness; ambush; 
jt y :—aphce in Palestine [ZARTHAN], 1 Chron. 11: 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 251 

ZS-rScTa-thah. H.6868. Coartatio — A straitening; to pierce; 
puncture: — a place in Palestine [ZEREDA], 2 Chron. 4: 17. 



Zfir'e-r&th. H.6888. Coartatio — A straitening; cooling: — a 
place in Palestine [ZEREDA], Judg. 7: 22. 

ZS'resh. H.2238. Stella Veneris— Star of Venus; misery; 
strange; gold: — wife of Hainan the Agagite, Esth. 5: 10. 

ZS'reth. H.6889. Angustia — Straitness; splendor; a bond; 
tribulation: — a son of Ashur [ZEREDA], 1 Chron. 4:7. 

Z6'rL H.6874. Forma — Shape; bringing together; distilla- 
tion: — a son of Jeduthun [IZRI], 1 Chron. 25: 3. 



Z5'r6r. H.6872. Fasciculus— A bundle; pocket; pebble; 
grain: — ancestor of Kish, the father of Saul, 1 Sam. 9: 1. 

Zt-ru'ah. H.6871. Leprosa — Leprous; a hornet: — mother of 
King Jeroboam, 1 Kings 11:26. 

Z6-rttb'b%-b8L H.2216. Dispersio confusionis — Dispersion of 
confusion, i. e., dispelling human illusions: — son of Shealtiel 
[BABEL, ZOROBABEL and BABYLON], Hag. 1: 1. 

Z8r"u-I'ah. H.6870. Dolor— Pain; wounded; tribulation of 
the Lord: — a sister of David, 1 Chron. 2: 16. 

ZS'tham. H.2241. Olea maxima — Chiefest olive-tree: — a 
Levite, son or grandson of Laadan [ZETHAN], 1 Chron. 
23:8. 

Zi'than. H.2133. Olea eximia — Choice olive-tree: — a Ben- 
jamite, son of Bilhan [ZETHAM], 1 Chron. 7: 10. 

ZS'th&r. H.224'2. Valde elatics — Very high; olive of vision; 
stair. — a eunuch of Ahasuerus, Esth. 1: 10. 

Zi'fc. H.2127. Commotio — Commotion; motion; agitation; 
smelling: — a Gadite, 1 Chron. 5: 13. 

Zfbft. H.6717. Planta — A plant; host; strength; a ship; 
statue: — a steward of Saul, 2 Sam. 9: 2. 

ZIb'$-on. H.6649. Vestis t/eracoloris — ^ ^ssrass& <& ^sasss^ 
colors; variegated: — father oi kc^,GflS0u , S&\ c ^ 



252 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Zlbl-ft. H.6644. Caprea — A roe; a doe; honorable chief: — 
son of Shahariam, 1 Chron. 8: 9. 

ZIbl-ah. H.6645. Caprea — A roe; deer; the Lord dwells: — 
mother of King Jehoash, 2 Kings 12: 1. 

Zlch'rl. H.2147. Recordatio Domini — Remembrance of the 
Lord; memorable: — name of twelve Israelites, 1 Chron. 
9: 15. 

Zld'dim. H.6661. Latera — Sides; borders; huntings; destruc- 
tions: — a city of Naphtali, Josh. 19:35. 

Zid-ki'jah. H.6667. Iustitia Domini — Justice of the Lord; 
right of Jah: — a co-covenanter with Nehemiah [ZEDEKIAH], 
Neh. 10: 1. 

ZI'dSn. H.6721. Venatio — Hunting; fishing; ship of judg- 
ment:— city of Phoenicia [SIDON], Gen. 49: 13. 

Zl-dS'nl-ang. H.6722. The inhabitants of Zidon [SIDONI- 
ANS], Judg. 10: 12. 

ZIf. H.2099. Splendor — Brightness; beauty: — second month 
Hebrew sacred year, 1 Kings 6: 1. 

Zrtu-l. H.6727. Victoria — Victory; brightness; whiteness; 
drought: — name of two Nethinim, Ezra 2: 43. 

Zlkl&g. H.6860. Effusio aquae— Pouring out of water; flow- 
ing; winding: — place in Palestine, Josh. 15:31. 

ZH'lah. H.6741. Umbra — A shade; roasting; roaring; ring- 
ing: — a wife of Lamech, Gen. 4: 19. 

Zfl'pah. H.2153. Aggregatio — Gathering together; drip- 
ping; contempt of the mouth: — Leah's maid, Gen. 29:24. 

Zll'thSi. H.6769. Umbra Domini— The shade of the Lord; 
shadow, i. e., protection: — the name of two Israelites, 
1 Chron. 8:20. 

ZIm'mah. H.2155. Vinculum — A chain; thought; wicked- 
ness: — the name of two Israelites, 2 Chron. 29: 12. 

ZIm'r&n. H.2175. ftupicapra magwa— Qx«eX ^kk ^gs*l\ a 
song; musical: — a son of Abraham \*y TSston^ Qra&~ Tfc^ 



DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 253 

ZIm'ri. H.2174. Cantio Domini — Song, or praise, of God; 
musical; my field: — name of five Israelites, and of an Arabian 
tribe, 1 Chron. 2: 6. 

ZIn. H.6790. Palma parva — A small palm-tree; shrub; to 
prick; target ; crag; coldness : — part of the desert, Num. 13 : 21. 

Zl'nft. H.2126. ChwimerUum — Ornament; shining bright; 
fruitful:— a son of Shimei [ZIZAH], 1 Chron. 23: 10. 

ZI'dn. H.6726. Vdlde siccus — Very dry; monument raised 
up; sunny; guiding; spiritual illumination: — a mountain of 
Jerusalem [SION], 2 Sam. 5: 7. 

Zl'or. H.6730. Perpanms — Very small; ship of him who 
watches:— a town in the mountains of Judah, Josh. 15: 54. 

ZIph. H.2128. Pignus mutuum — Mutual pledge; flowing: — 
name of two places in Palestine, and of an Israelite [ZIPHAH], 
Josh. 15:24. 

Zi'phah. H.2129. Pignus mutuum — Mutual pledge; flow- 
ing: — son of Jehaleleel [ZIPH], 1 Chron. 4: 16. 

ZIph'img. H.2130. Inhabitants of Ziph [ZIPHITES], 
Psa. 54: Title. 

ZIphl-on. H.6837. Exspectatio cupida — Eager expectation; 
expectation much desired; watch-tower: — a son of Gad 
[ZIPHION], Gen 46:16. 

ZIph'ites. H.2130. Inhabitants of Ziph who told Saul where 
David was hiding [ZIPHIMS], 1 Sam. 23: 19. 

ZIph'rSn. H.2202. Fragrantia suavis — Pleasant fragrance; 
sweet odor: — a point on the N. boundary of Palestine, 
Num. 34:9. 

ZIp'por. H.6834. Avis — A bird; a sparrow; descent; hop- 
ping: — father of Balak, Num. 22: 2. 

ZIp-p6'rah. H.6855. Avicula — A little bird; a sparrow; a 
mourning; trumpet: — wife of Moses [ZIPPOR], Exod. 2:21. 

ZIth'rL H.5644. Latibulum — k wre\Tog «wrs^\^rs4vwSsk^\ 
overturned:—*, son of Uzziel, Exod. ^\*22.. 



254 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

ZIs. H.6732. Flos— A flower; bloom; lock of hair; sight; jf 
wing: — a place in Palestine, 2 Chron. 20: 16. 

ZI'z$. H.2124. Splendor— The glory; prominence; full |fr 
breast; abundance: — name of two Israelites [ZIZAH], 
1 Chron. 4:37. 



Zi'zah. H.2125. Splendor — The glory; prominence; full 
breast: — a son of Shimei [ZIZA], 1 Chron. 23: 11. 

Z5'an. H.6814. Migratio — Removal; moved; motion:— a 
place in Egypt, Num. 13 : 22. 

ZS'ar. H.6820. Parvitas— Smallness; little:— a place E. of 
Jordan [ZAIR], Gen. 13: 10. 

Z51)ft. H.6678. Depressio — Pressing down; an encampment; 
army: — a region of Syria [ZOBAH], 2 Sam. 10:6. 

Z51>ah. H.6678. Depressio — Pressing down; station; army; 
warning: — a region of Syria [ZOBA], 1 Sam. 14: 47. 

Zd-be'bah. H.6637. Carnosa— Fleshy; slothful; the canopier; 
the slow-moving; an army: — a child of Coz, 1 Chron. 4:8. 

Zd'har. H.6714. AUms — White ; shining; dryness : — name of a 
Hittite and of an Israelite [ZERAH and JEZOAR], Gen. 
46: 10. 

Z5Ti§-18th. H.2120. Levis — Smooth; serpent; crawling; 
drawing: — a boundary stone in Palestine, 1 Kings 1 : 9. 

ZSTieth. H.2105. Separatio — A separation; removal of that 
which is torn; strong: — a son of Ishi, 1 Chron. 4: 20. 

Z5'phah. H. 6690. Extensio gemina — Double extension; a 
cruse; a vial: — a son of Helem, 1 Chron. 7:35. 

ZS'phai. H.6689. Fams> vel md, Domini — Honeycomb, or 
honey, of the Lord: — son of Elkanah [ZUPH], 1 Chron. 
6:26. 

ZS'phar. H.6691. Exsultatio continua — Constant exultation; 
departing; rising early; crown: — friend of Job, Job 2: 11. 

Zd'phim. H.6839. Speculatorum— -Oil NSsracsnr, TOtafaag; see- 
ing at a distance: — a place Eu oi Jot&axi, ^vas^ UA^ 



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DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 255 

ZS'rah. H.6881. Congregatio— Congregation; hornet's town; 
leprosy: — a place in Palestine [ZOREAH], Josh. 19:41. 

Z5'rath-Ites. H.6882. Inhabitants of Zorah, as descended 
from Shobal, 1 Chron. 4: 2. 

Z5'r$-ah. H.6881. Congregatio — Congregation; hornet's town; 
leprosy: — a place in Palestine [ZORAH], Josh. 15: 33. 

Z5'rltes. H.6882. Descendants of Salma of Judah, probably 
dwellers in Zobah [ZORATHITES], 1 Chron. 2: 54. 

Z6-r5b'&-b81. G.2216. Dispersio confusionis — Dispersion of 
confusion, i. e., dispelling of human illusions: — son of Sheal- 
tiel [ZERUBBABEL, BABEL and BABYLON], Matt. 1: 12. 

ZQ'ar. H.6686. Parwlus — Very little; to make narrow; 
restraint: — father of Nethaneel, Num. 1:8. 

Zttph. H.6689. Fams — Honeycomb; honey: — name of an 
Israelite, and of a place in Palestine [ZOPHAI], 1 Sam. 1:1. 

Ztir. H.6698. Rupes — A rock; great stone; that besieges: — 
name of a Midianite and of an Israelite, Num. 25: 15. 

ZQ'rl-eL H.6700. Deus rupes— God a rock; strength of 
God: — son of Abihail, Num. 3:35. 

ZQ"rI-8hfid'dft-I. H.6701. Rupes omnipotent— Omnipotent 
rock; my rock is the Almighty; my strength; my beauty: — 
father of Shelumiel, Num. 1 : 6. 

ZQ'rimg. H.2104. Commotiones — Commotions; posts of a 
door; beauty; shining: — an aboriginal tribe of Palestine 
[ZAMZUMMIM], Gen. 14:5. 



SACRED BOOKS OP THE HUMAN RACE 

The sacred books of all nations are full of high thoughts 
and noble utterances. Such are the Koran of the Moham- 
medans, the Tripitaka of the Buddhists, the Yih-king of the 
Chinese, the Vedas of the Hindoos, the Zend-Avesta of the 
Parsees, and the Scriptures of the Christians. The Koran 
is the most recent, dating from the seventh century after the 
Christian era. It is a compound of quotations from both 
the Old and New Testaments and from the Talmud. It is 
the work of Mohammed and reflects the various experiences 
of the author. The Tripitaka contain sublime morals and 
pure aspirations, Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, the 
author, lived in the sixth century B. C. The sacred writings 
of the Chinese are called Yih-king, or Five Kings, the word 
"king" meaning web of cloth. From this it is presumed that 
they were originally written on five rolls of cloth. They 
contain the wise sayings from sages on the duties of life and 
are traceable back to the eleventh century before the Christian 
era. The Vedas, a collection of hymns, more or less sublime, 
are the most ancient books in the language of the Hindoos, 
but they do not antedate the twelfth century B. C. The 
Zend-Avesta of the Parsees, next to the Christian Bible, is 
reckoned among scholars as being the greatest and most 
learned of sacred writings. Zoroaster, whose sayings it con- 
tains, lived and worked in the twelfth century before our 
era. Moses wrote the Pentateuch fifteen hundred years 
before the birth of Jesus, therefore that portion of the Scrip- 
tures is at least three hundred years older than the most ancient 
of other sacred writings. The Eddas, a semi-sacred work of 
the old Scandinavian tribes, was first given to the world in 
the fourteenth century A. D. 



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SUMMARY OF THE BOOKS OP THE BIBLE 

The Jews divided their Sacred Books into three parts. 

1. The Law (Torah), comprising the five books of Moses. 

2. The Prophets (Nebim), comprising the books of Joshua, 
Judges, 1 and 2 Samuel, 1 and 2 Kings, Isaiah, Jeremiah, 
Ezekiel, and the twelve Minor Prophets. 3. The Writings 
(Kethubim), comprising the Psalms, Proverbs, Job, Song of 
Solomon, Ruth, Lamentations, Ecclesiastes, Esther, Daniel, 
Ezra, Nehemiah, 1 and 2 Chronicles. 

There are four main divisions in the Old Testament of the 
English Bible. 1. The Pentateuch, consisting of Genesis, 
Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy, known as 
the five books of Moses. 2. The Historical Books, from 
Joshua to the end of the book of Esther. 3. The Poetical or 
Devotional Books from Job to the Song of Solomon. 4. The 
Prophetical Books from Isaiah to Malachi. 

The books of the New Testament may be grouped as fol- 
lows. 1. Historical Books, comprising the Four Gospels and 
the Acts of the Apostles. 2. Didactic, consisting of the Doc- 
trinal Epistles of Paul addressed to Churches, viz., Romans, 
Corinthians, Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Thessalonians 
and Hebrews. The Pastoral Epistles, addressed to Timothy 
and Titus. Special Epistle, addressed to an individual, viz., 
Philemon. The General Epistles, addressed to the Church 
at large: one of St. James, two of St. Peter, three of St. John 
and one of Jude. 3. Prophetic. The Revelation St. John. 

The Bible is a collection of sixty-six books. These books 
or subdivisions were prepared in various localities, in different 
ages, and by divers persons. In the following list of books 
of the Bible an attempt has been made to define the names 
of the several subdivisions and indicate the subject matter 
of each book. 

The Old Testament 

pentateuch 

Genesis. Beginning : — an account oil cscfeft&ss&» 
Ezodua. Departure: — deliverance oi AsraA. 

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258 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Leviticus. For Levites: — ceremonial law of Levites. 
Numbers. Distribute: — two numberings of the people. 
Deuteronomy. Second law: — repetition of the law. 

HISTORICAL BOOKS 

Joshua. Saviour: — conquest and rule of Canaan. 

Judges. Judge: — Israel guided by judges. 

Ruth. Female friend: — history of Ruth, the Moabitess. 

1 and 2 Samuel. Heard of God; asked of God:— biog- 
raphy of Samuel, Saul, and David. 

1 and 2 Kings. History of Hebrew kingdoms from Solo- 
mon to Jehoshaphat. 

1 and 2 Chronicles. Annals or chronology:— supplementary 
to the books of Kings. 

Ezra. Help: — a continuation of the Chronicles. 

Nehemiah. Jehovah comforts : — rebuilding of Jerusalem. 

Esther. Star; happiness: — an event in the life of Ahasuerus. 

POETICAL BOOKS 

Job. One persecuted : — displays the connection between human 
suffering and guilt. 

Psalms. Praises: — liturgical hymn book of the Hebrews. 

Proverbs. Saying; comparison: — manual of rules for daily life. 

Ecclesiastes. Preacher: — a confession of the vanities of life. 

Song of Solomon. Little songs : — Song of Songs or Canticles. 

PROPHETICAL BOOKS 

Isaiah. Salvation of Jehovah: — foreshadows the coming of 
the Christ. 

Jeremiah. Jehovah exalts: — the inauguration of spiritual 
worship. 

Lamentations. Weepings: — elegaic poem on the destruction 
of Jerusalem. 

Ezekiel. Strength of God: — petCMNca \5&fe <5aNvaa strength of 
a righteous cause. 



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Daniel. God is judge: — vision of the universality of divine 
judgment. 

Hosea. Deliverance: — denounces idolatries of Israel and 
Samaria. 

Joel. Jehovah is God: — depicts calamities and foreshadows 
the Messiah. 

Amos. A burden: — rebukes the sins of Israel. 

Obadiah. Servant of Jehovah: — a denunciation of Edom. 

Jonah. Dove: — depicts God's providence over all nations. 

Micah. God-like: — Jehovah's judgment and justification. 

Nahum. Comforter: — predicts the overthrow of Nineveh. 

Habakkuk. Embrace: — denounces Chaldaean tyranny. 

Zephaniah. Hidden by Jehovah: — denounces Judah and 
others; predicts restoration. 

Haggai. Festive: — urges the renewal of the rebuilding of 
the Temple. 

Zechariah. Jehovah remembers: — object is to arouse the 
people from lethargy. 

Malachi. Messenger of Jehovah: — predicts the coming of 
the Sun of Righteousness. 

The New Testament 
historical books 



Matthew. Gift of God: — object is to establish Jesus as the 
Old Testament Messiah. 

Mark. To wither: — written primarily for the Gentiles. 

Luke. Luminous: — exhibits the perfect man — the world's 
redeemer. 

John. Grace of God: — presents Jesus as the Christ, the Son 
of God. 

The Acts. Sketch of the formation and «pre»iL <& s^^sn^ 
tian Church. 



260 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

DIDACTIC BOOKS 

Romans. Height; strength: — shows the need of grace, justi- 
fication, and sanctification. 

1 Corinthians. Ornament: — treats of church organization 
and practices. 

2 Corinthians. Horn: — made up of gratitude, instruction and 
indignation. 

Galatians. White as milk: — unfolds the doctrine of justi- 
fication by faith. 

Ephesians. Desirable: — central thought is union of Christ 
and the Church. 

Philippians. Lover of horses: — an epistle of thanks, warn- 
ings and exhortations. 

Colossians. Evasion: — its theme is the sufficiency of Christ. 

1 and 2 Thessalonians. Victory of God:— image the sub- 
stance of Paul's preaching in his early ministry. 

1 and 2 Timothy. Honoring God: — description of church 
work and an exhortation to faithfulness. 

Titus. Honorable: — a personal letter by Paul, and is called 
"Pastoral." 

Philemon. Affection: — a personal letter in behalf of 
Onesimus. 

Hebrews. Passing beyond: — object is to overcome Hebrew 
favoritism for the old law. 

James. Supplanter: — urges good works as evidence of faith. 

1 and 2 Peter. Stone: — both of these epistles are advisory 
and exhortatory. 

1 John. Gift: — addressed to Gentile churches in Asia Minor. 

2 John. Gift:— written to "the elect lady." 

3 John. Gift: — addressed to the well-beloved Gaius. 
Jude. Praise: — an appeal for a continuance of faith. 

PROPHETIC 

.Revelation. Unveiling: — portrays final conflict between the 
powers of good and evU. 



THE TWELVE SONS OF JACOB 

Reu'ben. H.7205. Respectus filius — A son seen; "thou art 
my first born": — son of Jacob and Leah, Gen. 49: 3. 

SIm'e-on. H.8095. Exauditio gratiosa — Gracious hearing; 
"instrument of cruelty" : — son of Jacob and Leah, Gen. 49: 5. 

LS'vI. H.3878. Adhesio mm — My joining; associated; "instru- 
ment of cruelty": — son of Jacob and Leah, Gen. 49: 5. 

JtL'dah. H.3063. Celebratio Domini — Praise of God; cel- 
ebrated; "his brethren shall praise": — son of Jacob and 
Leah, Gen. 49:8. 

ZSb'Q-lun. H.2074. Habitatio exoptata — Dwelling wished for; 
"shall dwell at the haven of the sea": — son of Jacob and 
Leah, Gen. 49: 13. 

fs's$-char. H.3485. Adfert mercedem — He brings a reward; 
"a strong ass": — son of Jacob and Leah, Gen. 49: 14. 

D&n. H.1835. Iudicavit — He judged; judged; "shall judge 
his people": — son of Jacob and Bilhah, Gen. 49: 16. 

Gfid. H.1410. Turma — A troop or band; "a troop shall 
overcome him": — son of Jacob and Zilpah, Gen. 49: 19. 

Ash'Sr. H.836. Rede procedens — Proceeding right; "his 
bread shall be fat": — son of Jacob and Zilpah, Gen. 49: 20. 

Nftph'tfc-ll. H.5321. Luctatio mea — My wrestling; "a hind 
let loose": — son of Jacob and Bilhah, Gen. 49: 21. 

JS'seph. H.3130. Addit— He increases; "is a fruitful bow":— 
son of Jacob and Rachel, Gen. 49: 22. 

B8n'ja-min. H.1144. Filius dextrae meae — The son of my 
right hand; "shall ravin as a wolf": — son of Jacob and 
Rachel, Gen. 49: 27. 



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THE TWELVE APOSTLES OF JESUS 

Sl'mon. G.4613. Exauditio gratiosa — Hearing graciously; 
obeying:— brother of Andrew [CEPHAS and PETER], 
Matt. 4: 18. 

An'drew. G.406. VirUis; fortis — Manly; strong: — brother of 
Simon called Peter, Matt. 4: 18. 

Jdhn. G.2491. Donum Dei — Gift of God; grace; dove: — son 
of Zebedee and brother of James, Matt. 4: 21. 

Philip. G.5376. Amator eguorum — Lover of horses; war- 
like: — a resident of Bethsaida, John 1: 43. 

JSmeg. G.2385. Cakaneum tenebat — He held the heel; sup- 
planter: — son of Zebedee and brother of John, Matt. 4: 21. 

Bar-th5r5-mew. G.918. Filius Tholomaci; sulcus— Son of 
Tholomacus, or Tolmai; a furrow; that suspends the water:— 
perhaps Nathanael, Matt. 10:3. 

Thfim'as. G.2381. Geminus— Twin; depth without bottom:— 
"which is called Didymus, ,, John 11: 16. 



MSt'thew. G.3156. Donum Dei— Gift of God:— a tax col- 
lector at Capernaum when called, Matt. 9:9. 

Si'mon. G.4613. Exauditio gratiosa — Hearing graciously; 
obeying: — called Zelotes, Luke 6: 15. 

JQde. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — brother 
. of James the less [THADDEUS and LEBBAEUS], Luke 
6: 16. 

JSmeg (the Less). G.2385. Cakaneum tenebat — He held the 
heel; supplanter: — brother of Jude, Luke 6: 16. 

Judas (Iscariot). G.2455. Laus; confessio— -Praise; confes- 
sion: — "which was the traitor," Luke 6: 16. 

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THE SEVEN CHURCHES IN ASIA 

iph'8-sfis. G.2181. Amabilis; finis — Amiable; desirable; the 
end; patience: — a city of Asia Minor, Rev. 2: 1. 

Smjjfr'nfc. G.4667. Habitatio frigida — Cold habitation; myrrh; 
tribulation: — forty miles N. of Ephesus, Rev. 2: 8. 

P&'ga-m5s. G.4010. Elatus— Elevated; height; fortified; 
faith: — a city of Mysia, in Asia Minor, Rev. 2: 12. 

Thy' / 8rtl / rft. G.2363. Sacrificivm amoris — Sacrifice of love 
or labor; perfume; burning incense: — city in Asia Minor, 
Rev. 2: 18. 

S&r'dis. G.4654. Reliquiae — The remainder; prince of joy; 
the sun; watchfulness: — city in Asia Minor, Rev. 3:1. 

PhIT&-d8rphI-&. G.5359. Amor fratris— Love of a brother; 
brotherly love; affection: — a city of Lydia in Asia Minor, 
Rev. 3:7. 

LS-5d"I-c5'ft. G.2993. Populus iustus — A just people; jus- 
tice: — a city of Phrygia in Asia Minor, Rev. 3: 14. 



THE FOUR RIVERS OF EDEN 

Pi'son. H.6376. Magna diffusio — Great pouring forth; 
diffusion; overflowing: — a river of Eden, Gen. 2: 11. 

Oilion. H.1521. Magna irruptio — Great bursting into; 
irruption; stream: — a river of Eden, Gen. 2: 13. 

HId'd§-kel. H.2313. Cderiter fluens — Quick flowing; an 
influx; sharp voice or sound: — a river of Eden, Gen. 2: 14. 

Etl-phrS'tSg. H.6578. Inundatio aquae — Flowing of waters; 
outpouring; abounding; inexh&us&fl&W. — fc» T^^t ^ ^^fessa^ 
Gen. 2: 14. 

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GENEALOGY OF JESUS THE CHRIST 

Genealogical lists axe found in both the Old and New 
Testaments. The genealogy of Jesus the Christ is the only 
one given in the New Testament. There are two lists of the 
human ancestors of Jesus; one, given in the first chapter of 
Matthew, beginning with Abraham, and the other in the third 
chapter of Luke, beginning with Adam. It will be noted that 
these two pedigrees of the Master do not harmonize and the 
differences between the lists given by Matthew and Luke 
have been variously explained. From an historical stand- 
point these lists are, no doubt, incomplete, but the value of 
them will be found to be not merely historical but in a delinea- 
tion of spiritual unfoldment. Any student who will sub- 
stitute the spiritual signification of these names for their 
literal meaning will find a continuity that relates a story 
beyond the mere history indicated. Some of the richest 
treasures of the Bible lie beneath what has been looked upon 
as mere genealogy. The real fabric is not upon the surface 
but beneath, in the original meaning of the proper names 
employed by scriptural writers. 

Genealogy op Jesus According to Matthew 

£'br&-h&m. G.ll. Pater magni populi — Father of a great 
nation; loyalty; faithfulness: — progenitor of Hebrew nation, 
Matt. 1:2. ' 

I'g$ac. G.2464. jRisws — Laughter; pleasure: — son of Abra- 
ham, Matt. 1 : 2. 

JS'cob. G.2384. Calcaneum tenebat — He held the heel; sup- 
planter: — son of Isaac, Matt. 1: 2. 

JQ'das. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — son of 
Jacob [JUDAH], Matt. 1 : 3. 

Ph&'reg. G.5329. Ruptio; divisiones — Tearing asunder; divi- 
jsions:—son of Judas [PHAREZ], Matt. 1 : 3. 



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fis'rom. G.2074. Praesidium firmum — Sure ground; dart of 
joy:— son of Phares [HEZRON], Matt. 1:3. 

A'ram. G.689. Elatus— Exalted; high:— son of Esrom, 
Matt. 1 : 4. 

A-mln'fc-d&b. G.284. Gens ingenua — Noble nation: — son of 
Aram [AMMINADAB], Matt. 1:4. 

NS'&s-son. G.3476. AuQurium faustum; serpens — Prosper- 
ous; lucky prediction; serpent: — son of Aminadab 
[NAHSHON], Matt. 1:4. 

SU'mdn. G.4533. Vestis eximia — Distinguished robe; peace- 
able; he that rewards: — son of Naasson [SALMA], Matt. 1:5. 

BS'oz. G.1003. In Mo rcibur — Strength in him: — son of 
Salmon [BOAZ], Matt. 1:5. 

<3 / bed. G.5601. Serviens — Serving; workman: — son of Booz, 
Matt. 1 : 5. 

J8s'se. G.2421. Donum Dei— Gift of God; to be; who is; 
existing: — son of Obed, Matt. 1:6. 

D&'vid. G.1138. DUectus — Beloved; loving; dear: — son of 
Jesse, Matt. 1:6. 

Sdl'o-mon. G.4672. Magna tranquiUitas — Great peace; per- 
fect: — son of David, Matt. 1:6. 

RQ-b3'am. G.4497. LHlatatio populi— Extending of the 
people:— son of Solomon [REHOBOAM], Matt. 1:7. 

i-bl'ft. G.7. Pater Dominus — The Lord a father: — son of 
Roboam [ABIAH], Matt. 1 : 7. 

i'Sft. G.760. Sanavit — He hath healed; curing: — son of 
Abia, Matt. 1:7. 

JSs'grphSt. G.2498. Dominus iudicavit — Jehovah has 
judged; Jehovah-judged:— son of Asa [JEHOSHAPHAT], 
Matt. 1 : 8. 

JO'ram. G.2496. Dominus datus est — Jehovah is exalted; 
height: — son of Josaphat, Matt. 1 : 8. 



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266 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

6-zfas. G.3604. Robur Domini — Strength of God : — son of 
Joram [UZZIAH], Matt. 1 : 8. 

J6'a-thfim. G.2488. Dominus integrum se exhibuit — God 
showed himself wholly: — son of Ozias [JOTHAM], Matt. 
1:9. 

A'ch&z. G.881. Apprehendit — He took; possessor: — son of 
Joatham [AHAZ], Matt. 1 : 9. 

Sz-e-ki'as. G.1478. Robur Dei— Strength of God:— son of 
Achaz [HEZEKIAH], Matt. 1 : 9. 

Ma-n&s'seg. G.3128. Oblivio— Forgetfulness:— son of Ezekias 
[MANASSEH], Matt. 1:10. 

A'mon. G.300. Valde extensus — Very extended; son or 
foster-child: — son of Manasses, Matt. 1: 10. 

JO-Si'as. G.2502. Dominus donat — The Lord gives; founded 
of Jah:— son of Amon [JOSIAH], Matt. 1: 10. 

J8ch"o-ni'a8. G.2423. Quern stabilit Dominus— Whom God 
establishes: — son of Josias [JEHOIAKIM], Matt. 1: 11. 

J8ch"o-ni'a8. G.2423. Queni stabilit Dominus — Whom God 
establishes:— father of Salathiel [JEHOIACHIN], Matt. 
1:12. 

SS-l&'thl-el. G.4528. Deo petitio— Petition of God; loan of 
God :— son of Jechonias [SHEALTIEL], Matt. 1 : 12. 

Z6-r5b'$rb8L G.2216. Dispersio confusionis — Dispersion of 
confusion, i. e., human illusions: — son of Salathiel [ZERUB- 
BABEL], Matt. 1 : 12. 

A-bi'ud. G.10. Patris decus — The honor of a father: — son of 
Zorobabel [ABIHUD], Matt. 1: 13. 

fi-H'a-klm. G.1662. Deus stabilit — God establishes; my God 
arises: — son of Abiud, Matt. 1: 13. 

A'zdr. G.107. Auxilium valms — Strong help; one who 
helps; helpful: — son of Eliakim, Matt. 1: 13. 

SS'ddc. GA524. Iustus— JusV, tv^teous;— son of Azor 
IZADOKJ, Matt. 1:14. 



GENEALOGY OP JESUS— LUKE 267 

i'chlm. G.885. Sapiens — Wise; sensible; prudent; judi- 
cious: — son of Sadoc, Matt. 1: 14. 

fe-H'tid. G.1664. Deus laudi mihi est — God is my praise; 
God of majesty: — son of Achim, Matt. 1: 14. 

E"le-S'zar. G.1648. Deus optitulatus est — God helps: — son of 
Eliud, Matt. 1:15. 

M&t'than. G.3157. Donum — Gift; present: — son of Eleazar, 
Matt. 1:15. 

J&'cob. G.2384. Calcaneum tenebat — He held the heel; sup- 
planter: — son of Matthan [MATTAN], Matt. 1: 15. 

JO'geph. G.2501. Addit — He increases; adding; progressive : — 
son of Jacob, Matt. 1 : 16. 

JS'gUB. G.2424. Domini solus; Salvator — Salvation of God; 
a Saviour; divine impulse: — "who is called the Christ," 
Matt. 1 : 16. 

Genealogy of Jesus According to Luke 

Ad'&m. G.76. Terra; humanus — Earth; earthy; ruddy; 
human impulse: — name given to first man, Luke 3: 38. 

88th. G.4589. Substitutio — Replacing; compensation; substi- 
tution; to put: — son of Adam, Luke 3: 38. 

1'nos. G.1800. Homo miser, vd aeger — A miserable, or sick 
man; a mortal: — son of Seth [ENOSH], Luke 3: 38. 

CS-1'nan. G.2536. Possessio ampla — Ample possession; 
acquisition; fixity: — son of Enos, Luke 3:37. 

MS-lilg-el. G.3121. Laus Dei — Praise of God; gratitude: — 
son of Cainan [MAHALALEEL], Luke 3: 37. 

JS'red. G.2391. Descensus — Descended; ruling: — son of 
Maleleel, Luke 3 : 37. 

E'noch. G.1802. Initiatus — Initiated; taught; dedicated: — 
son of Jared, Luke 3: 37. 



268 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

M$-thu's$-l$. G.3103. Extensio extermonis — Great exten- 
sion; man of a dart: — son of Enoch [METHUSELAH], 
Luke 3: 37. - 

LS'mech. G.2984. Validus; robustus — Healthy; strong; over- 
thrower : — son of Mathusala, Luke 3: 36. 

N8'e. G.3575. Quies — Rest; repose; consolation: — son of 
Lamech [NOAH], Luke 3:36. 

88m. G.4590. Nomen cdebre — Celebrated name; fame: — son 
of Noe [SHEM], Luke 3: 36. 

Ar-ph&x'&d. G.742. Diffusio maxima — Great diffusion; one 
that heals: — son of Sem, Luke 3:36. 

CS-I'nan. G.2536. Possessio ampla — Ample possession; 
acquisition; fixity: — son of Arphaxad, Luke 3: 36. 

SS'lft. G.4527. Propago — Offspring; a race; branch: — son of 
Cainan [SALAH], Luke 3: 35. 

HS'bSr. G.1443. Transitu® — A passing over; companion:— 
son of Sala [EBER], Luke 3: 35. 

PhSlec. G.5317. Divisio — Division; separation; to cut: — 
son of Heber [PELEG], Luke 3: 35. 

RS'g&u. G.4466. Amicus — A friend; fellowship: — son of 
Phalec [REU], Luke 3: 35. 

SS/r\ich. G.4562. Conexio; constrictio— Connection; binding; 
branch:— son of Ragau [SERUG], Luke 3: 35. 

Na'chfir. G.3493. AJbus; candidus — W hite ; bright ; snoring : — 
son of Saruch [NAHOR], Luke 3: 34. 

ThS'rg,. G.2291. Retardatus — Delayed; late; station: — son of 
Nachor [TERAH], Luke 3: 34. 

A / br&-h&m. G.ll. Pater magni popvli — Father of a great 
nation; loyalty; faithfulness: — son of Thara [ABRAM], 
Luke 3: 34. 

J'jgAC. G.2464. Risus — Laughter; pleasure: — son of Abra- 
ham, Luke 3:34. 



GENEALOGY OP JESUS— LUKE 269 

Ja'CQb. G.2384. Cakaneum tenebat — He held the heel; sup- 
planter: — a son of Isaac, Luke 3: 34. 

JCL'dft* G.2455. Lavs; confessio— Praise; confession: — son of 
Jacob [JUDAH], Luke 3:33. 

PhS'reg. G.5329. Ruptio; divisiones — Tearing asunder; divi- 
sions:— son of Juda [PHAREZ], Luke 3:33. 

£s'rom. G.2074. Praesidium firmum — Sure ground; dart of 
joy:— son of Phares [HEZRON], Luke 3:33. 

A'ram. G.689. Elatus— Exalted; high:— son of Esrom, 
Luke 3: 33. 

A-mln'grd&b. G.284. Gens ingenua — Noble nation: — son of 
Aram [AMMINADAB], Luke 3: 33. 

Na-Ss'son. G.3476. Augurium faustum; serpens — Prosper- 
ous; lucky prediction; serpent: — son of Aminadab [NASHON] 
Luke 3: 32. 

S&Tmdn. G.4533. Vestis eximia — Distinguished robe; peace- 
able; he that rewards: — son of Naasson [SALMA], Luke 3: 32. 

B5'oz. G.10Q3. In Mo rcbur — Strength in him: — son of 
Salmon [BOAZ], Luke 3: 32. 

Ol)ed. G.5601. Serviens — Serving; workman: — son of Booz, 
Luke 3: 32. 

J8s's§. G.2421. Donum Dei— Gift of God; to be; who is; 
existing: — son of Obed, Luke 3: 32. 

DS/vid. G.1138. Diledus — Beloved; loving; dear: — son of 
Jesse, Luke 3:31. 

NS'than. G.3481. Dedit — He gave; given; conscience: — son 
of David, Luke 3: 31. 

Mfit't$-th$. G.3160. Donum — A gift; he that gives: — son 
of Nathan [MATTITHIAH], Luke 3: 31. 

nii'nan. G.3104. Molestia magna — Great trouble: — son of 
Mattatha, Luke 3: 31. 

MSle-ft. G.3190. Pfenua— Full; filling:— son of Menan, 
Luke 3: 31. 



270 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

fi-HVWm. G.1662. Deus stabilit— God establishes; my God 
arises: — son of Melea, Luke 3:30. 

JS'nan. G.2494. Columba — Dove; pigeon: — son of EliaMm 
Luke 3 : 30. 

JS'geph. G.2501. Addit — He increases; adding; to progress:— 
son of Jonan, Luke 3: 30. 

JQ'd$. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — son of 
Joseph, Luke 3 : 30. 

SIm'9-on. G.4826. Exauditio gratiosa — Gracious hearing:— 
son of Juda, Luke 3: 30. 

Li'vl. G.3017. Adhesio mea — My joining; one that is tied; 
to adhere: — son of Simeon, Luke 3: 29. 

M&t'that. G.3158. Donum — Gift; present: — son of Levi 
[MATTITHIAH], Luke 3: 29. 

JO'rim. G.2497. Dominus extollit — Jehovah extols; the 
height: — son of Matthat, Luke 3: 29. 

fi"li-8'zer. G.1663. Dei auarilium— The help of my God:— 
son of Jorim, Luke 3: 29. 

JO'sS. G.2499. Donat; Salvator — He gives; a Saviour: — son 
of Eliezer, Luke 3: 29. 

fir. G.2262. Turba; turma — Crowd; troop; watch; enemy:— 
son of Jose, Luke 3: 28. 

fil-mS'dSm. G.1678. Immensus — Immense; extension: — son 
of Er, Luke 3 : 28. 

C5'sam. G.2973. Aucupium largissimum — Abundant hunt- 
ing; diviner: — son of Elmodam, Luke 3: 28. 

Ad'dl. G.78. Sustentatus a Deo — Held up by God; adorned; 
my witness: — son of Cosam, Luke 3: 28. 

MSl'chL G.3197. Rex Dominus est— The Lord is king:— 
son of Addi, Luke 3 : 28. 

Ne'rl. G.3518. Lumen — Light; my light; light of God: — son 
ofMelchi, Luke 3: 27. 



GENEALOGY OP JESUS— LUKE 271 

Sa-lS'thl-el. G.4528. Dei petitio— Petition of God; the loan 
of God:— son of Neri [SHEALTIEL], Luke 3: 27. 

Z6-r5b'$-b81. G.2216. Dispersio confusionis — Dispersion of 
confusion, i. e., human illusions: — son of Salathiel [ZERUB- 
BABEL], Luke 3: 27. 

Rhi'sft. G.4488. Caput; primarius — The head; the first; will; 
course: — son of Zorobabel, Luke 3: 27. 

J6-&n'n$. G.2489. Donum gratiosum Dei — The gracious gift 
of God:— son of Rhesa [JEHOHANAN], Luke 3: 27. 

jQ'd$. G.2455. Laus; confessio — Praise; confession: — son of 
Joanna [JUDAH], Luke 3: 26. 

JS'geph. G.2501. Addit — He increases; adding; progres- 
sive : — son of Juda, Luke 3 : 26. 

S8m'e-L G.4584. Fama mea — My fame; that hears; obeys: — 
son of Joseph, Luke 3: 26. 

Mftt"t*-thl'as. G.3161. Donum Domini— Gift of Jehovah; 
God's gift:— son of Semei [MATTITHIAH], Luke 3: 26. 

Mfi'ath. G.3092. Abruptio; ablatio — Breaking; removing; 
fearing: — son of Mattathias, Luke 3:26. 

NSg'ge. G.3477. Splendor — Brightness; clearness: — son of 
Maath, Luke 3: 25. 

fesll. G.2069. Separatus Deo — Separated for God; near me; 
reserved: — son of Nagge, Luke 3: 25. 

NS'um. G.3486. Consolatio — Comfort; ease: — son of Esli, 
Luke 3: 25. 

A'mos. G.301. Quigestaiur — Who is being borne; a burden: — 
son of Naum, Luke 3: 25. 

M&t"t$-thTas. G.3161. Donum Domini— Gift of Jehovah; 
God's gift:— son of Amos [MATTITHIAH], Luke 3:25. 

JS'geph. G.2501. Addit — He increases; adding; progressive: — 
son of Mattathias, Luke 3: 24. 

J&n'nft. G.2388. Affigit — He afflicts; poor; answering; 
God-given: — son of Joseph [JOHN], Luke 3: 24. 



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272 DICTIONARY OP BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

MSl'chl. G.3197. Rex Dominus est— The Lord is king:— 
son of Janna, Luke 3: 24. 

LS'vI. G.3017. Adhesio mea — My joining; one that is tied; 
to adhere: — son of Melchi, Luke 3: 24. 

M&t'that. G.3158. Donum— Gift; present:— son of Levi, 
Luke 3: 24. 

H81L G.2242. Grandis — Lofty; high; ascending: — son of 
Matthat, Luke 3:23. 

JO'geph. G.2501. Addit — He increases; adding; progres- 
sive: — son of Heli, Luke 3: 23. 

JS'gus. G.2424. Domini solus; Scdvaior — Salvation of God; 
a Saviour; divine impulse: — the Christ, Luke 3: 23. 



RIVERS MENTIONED IN THE BIBLE 

&b'&-n$. H.71. Constantia — Steadfastness; perennial; con- 
stant: — perennial river rising in Anti-Iibanus, flowing 
through Damascus. Commended by Naaman [AMANA], 
2 Kings 5: 12. 

Ar'non. H.769. Cordinuo sonans — Constant sounding; roar- 
ing: — torrent which formed the boundary of the Moabites and 
the Amorites; scene of a victory of the Israelites in their 
passage to the Promised Land, Num. 21: 13. 

ChCbSr. H.3529. Copia— Abundance; length; strength; 
power: — a river of Chaldea, scene of Ezekiel's visions. Some- 
times identified with Habor, Ezek. 1:1. 

Chi'rlth. H.3747. Concidens — Cutting; piercing; slaying: — 
a brook, probably E. of Jordan, where Elijah hid himself 
from Ahab, and was fed by ravens, 1 Chron. 17 : 5. 

E'&jfpt. H.4714. Terra Nigra — Black land; tribulation: — 
torrent bed, the S. W. boundary of the Promised Land, 
Num. 34: 5. 

Ett-phr&'tSg. H.6578. Innudatio aquae — Flowing of waters; 
fruitful or abounding river; inexhaustible: — the river on 
which Babylon was built; N. E. boundary of Solomon's 
dominion; the fourth river of Eden, Gen. 2: 14. 

Gl'hon. H.1521. Magna irrup&o— -Great bursting into; 
irruption; stream: — the second river of Eden, Gen. 2: 13. 

H&'bfir. H.2249. Qui associotur — Who is associated; junc- 
tion; united: — a river of Assyria; rises in the mountains 
of Mesopotamia, and flows into the Euphrates, watering the 
district, to which the Israelites were carried captives by 
the Assyrians, 1 Chron. 5:26. 

HId'dg-kel. H.2313. Cderiter fluem — Quick flowing; arrowy 
stream; an influx; sharp voice or sound:— third river of 
Eden (Gen. 2:14); the great river of Daniel by which he 
saw some of his most important visions, Dan. 10:4. 

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274 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

J&b'bok. H.2999. Cum continuo murmure aquae — With the 
constant murmur of the water; pouring forth; boundary be- 
tween Ammon and Moab; scene of Jacob's wrestling, Gen. 
32:22. 

Jdr'dan. H.3383. Continuus stepitus — Constant sounding; 
descending: — the great river of Palestine, being the E. 
boundary of the country, characterized by deep depression 
and descent, many rapids and great sinuosity, 2 Kings 5: 10. 

Ka'nah. H.7071. Calamus — A reed or cane; place of reeds:— 
torrent; boundary between Ephraim and Manasseh, Josh. 
16:8. 

KId'ron. H.6939. Valde ater— Very black; dusky; turby; 
sad; gloomy: — the brook or ravine between Jerusalem and 
Olivet; scene of Adonijah's rebellion; crossed by Jesus and 
his apostles on the night of betrayal [CEDRON], 2 Sam. 
15:23. 

Kl'shSn. H.7191. Valde curtms — Very crooked; curved; 
winding: — a river which drains the valley Esdraelon. Scene 
of Sisera's defeat, and of the slaughter of the prophets of 
Baal, Judg. 4:7. 

Phar'par. H.6554. Celerrimus— Very quick; swift; pro- 
ducing fruit: — a river which flows eastward through and 
irrigates Damascus, praised by Naaman, 2 Kings 5: 12. 

Pi'son. H.6376. Magna diffusio — Great pouring forth; 
diffusion; overflowing: — the first river of Eden, Gen. 2: 11. 

Ze'red. H.2218. Poientia diffusa — Power spread abroad; 
exuberant growth; shrubbery: — boundary between Edom and 
Moab [ZARED], Deut. 2: 13. 



MOUNTAINS MENTIONED IN THE BIBLE 

&b'&-rim. H.5682. Transuentes — Passengers; the passages; 
regions beyond: — mountainous region beyond, i. e., E. of 
Jordan, Num. 27: 12. 

Am'a-nft. H.549. Constantia — Continuance; faith; truth; 
confirmation: — a summit of Lebanon [ABANA], Sol. Song 4 : 8. 

Ar'ft-rat. H.780. Areas — A bow; the curse of trembling; 
holy land: — mountainous region in Armenia; resting place 
of the Ark, Gen. 8: 4. 

Ba'sh&n. H.1316. Solum aequale — Level ground; light sandy 
soil: — elevated plateau E. of Jordan of unsurpassed fer- 
tility, Deut. 3:13. . 

CSr'mel. H.3760. Arvum viride — A green field; the culti- 
vated region: — majestic range branching off from N. end 
of the mountains of Samaria, 1 Kings 18: 19. 

E'bal. H.5858. Crcississimv^ — Very thick; bareness: — ter- 
raced mountain on the N. of the valley of Shechem, Deut. 
11:29. 

Odrl-zlm. H. 1630. Abscissi ones — Disruptions ; waste land : — 
mountain S. of the entrance of the valley of Shechem, Deut. 
11:29. 

GIl-b8'&. H.1533. Scaturigo emanationis — A spring of flow- 
ing; bare mountain: — mountain range on the S. E. of the 
plain of Esdraelon, 1 Sam. 28:4. 

GIl'6-ScL H.1568. Scaturigo perpetua — A spring perpetual; 
hard rocky region:— rugged hill country, bounded on the 
W. by Jordan, 1 Sam. 13:7. 

HSr'mSn. H.2768. Propu^gnaculum firmum — A sure fortress; 
chief mountain: — highest peak of Anti-lebanon range, 
northern landmark of Palestine, 1 Chron. 5:23. 

H6r. H.2023. ElaJLus — Elevated; lofty; mountainous: — 
mountain on the boundary oi T£Aot&\ k«x^^>^s»s^^as^> 
Num. 20: 22. 

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276 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

Ho'reb. H.2722. Aridus — Parched; desolate: — scene of 
burning bush; giving of the law; Elijah's vision, Exod. 3: 1. 

L8b'$-non. H.3844. Valde albus — Very white; white moun- 
tain: — mountain on N. border of Palestine, and the source 
of timber for Solomon's Temple, 2 Chron. 2: 8. 

BlO-ri'ah. H.4179. Excelsus — High; seen of Jah; chosen; 
known: — place of Abraham's intended sacrifice; site of 
Solomon's Temple, 2 Chron. 3: 1. 

Ne / b6. H.5015. Alius — High; interpreter; prophet: — high- 
est summit of the mountain range of Pisgah, in the land of 
Moab, Deut. 32:49. 

5l'i-vet. H.2132. Olea quae praebit oleum lumini — An olive 
yielding illuminating oil: — a ridge E. of Jerusalem; scene 
of David's flight from Absalom; of Jesus' weeping over 
Jerusalem; and of his ascension, 2 Sam. 15:30. 

PIg'gah. H.6449. Collis alius — High hill; peak: — the eleva- 
tion in Moab, whence Moses viewed the Promised Land, 
Deut. 34: 1. 

Se'Ir. H.8165. Hirsutus — Rough; rugged; hairy; shaggy: — 
a mountain range practically coextensive with Edom; taken 
by Esau from the Horites, Gen. 32: 3. 

Sl'n&i. H.5514. Rvbus Domini — Bramble of the Lord; 
jagged: — mountain in Arabia; scene of an Israelite encamp- 
ment, and giving of the Law, Exod. 19: 1. 

Si'5n. H.7865. Valde elatus — Very high; elevated; lofty; 
peak: — Greek form of Zion, Deut. 4:48. 

Ta'bftr. H.8396. Separatus — Separated; height: — a high 
mountain on the N. side of the plain of Esdraelon; scene of 
Barak's camp, Judg. 4: 14. 

Zi'dn. H.6726. Valde siccus — Very dry; sunny; raised up; 
spiritual illumination: — one of the two hills on which Jeru- 
salem was built; site of David's palace [SION], Psa. 135:21. 



THE NAMES OF THE HEBREW MONTHS 

The terms for "month" and "moon" have the same close 
connection in the Hebrew language as in our own and in the 
Indo-European languages generally. The most important 
point in connection with the month of the Hebrews is its 
length, and the mode by which it is calculated. The moon 
played an important part in the life and history of the He- 
brews as a measurer of time. Its very conspicuous and regu- 
larly occurring changes led all people in ancient days to use 
it for measuring time. Like so many other ancient peoples, 
the Hebrews also used the period during which the moon 
accomplishes its changes as a unit of time — the month. Their 
year was made up of twelve moon-months of twenty-nine 
and one-half days each. The Hebrews were also acquainted 
with the solar year. The discrepancy between the solar and 
lunar year they then smoothed over by means of an inter- 
calary month inserted about every third year which was 
called Veadar, that is, the additional Adar, bringing up the 
number to thirteen. No notice, however, is taken of such 
month in the Bible. The usual method of designating the 
months by their numerical order, e. g., "the second month" 
(Gen. 7: 11), "the fourth month" (2 Kings 15: 3), was generally 
retained even when the names were given; e. g., "in the month 
Zif, which is the second month" (1 Kings 6:1), "in the third 
month, that is, the month of Sivan" (Esth. 8:9). The identi- 
fication of the Hebrew months with our own cannot be effected 
with precision on account of the variations that must inevitably 
exist between the lunar and the solar month. 

Nl'san. H.5212. Effugium— Flight:— first month of Hebrew 
sacred and seventh of the civil year, corresponding to parts 
of March and April; called also Abib, meaning green ears 
of corn [LATTER RAIN], Neh. 2: 1. 

Zif. H.2099. Splendor — Brightness; illuminated: — second 
month of the Hebrew sacred and eighth of the civil year, 
corresponding to parts of April and May; called also Jyar 
[HARVEST], 1 Kings 6: 1. 

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278 DICTIONARY OF BIBLE PROPER NAMES 

SI'van. H.5510. Spina; mensis; luna — A thorn; month; 
moon: — third month of the Jewish sacred and ninth of 
civil year, beginning with the new moon of June [HAR- 
VEST], Esth. 8:9. 

Th&m'mtiz. H.8542. Consumptio — Consumed; concealed: — 
fourth month of the Jewish sacred and tenth of the civil 
year, corresponding to parts of June and July; called also 
Tammuz [HOT SEASON], Zech. 8: 19. 

Ab. H.l. Pater — A father: — fifth month of the Jewish 
sacred and eleventh of the civil year, corresponding to parts 
of July and August [HOT SEASON], Ezra 7:9. 

E'ltil. H.435. Vocatio— Cry; outcry: — sixth month of the 
Hebrew sacred and twelfth of the civil year, corresponding 
to parts of August and September [HOT SEASON], Neh. 
6:15. 

£th'ft-nlm. H.388. Robustus — Strong; flowing: — seventh 
month of the Hebrew sacred and first of the civil year, corre- 
sponding to parts of September and October; called also 
Tisri [EARLY RAINS], 1 Kings 8:2. 

BtU. H.945. Mutans — Changing; change produced by rain: — 
the eighth month of the Hebrew sacred and second of the 
civil year, corresponding to parts of October and November; 
called also Marchesvan [SEED TIME], 1 Kings 6: 38. 

Chisleu. H.3691. Temeritas — Rashness; confidence: — ninth 
month of the Jewish sacred and third of the civil year, 
corresponding to parts of November and December; called 
also Casleu [WINTER BEGINS], Zech. 7: 1. 

Te'beth. H.2887. Bonus— Good; goodness:— tenth month of 
the Jewish sacred and fourth of the civil year; commencing 
with the new moon in January [WINTER SEASON], 
Esth. 2: 16. 

Se'b&t. H.7627. Ramus — A twig; scepter; tribe: — eleventh 
month of the Jewish sacred and fifth month of the civil 
year, corresponding to parts oi January m&^^asKy, called 
also Shebat [SPRING BEGITSS\, 7*a&. V.l . 



THE NAMES OF HEBREW MONTHS 279 

r. H.143. Elatus — High; eminent; power; fire: — twelfth 
>nth of the Jewish sacred and sixth month of the civil 
ir, corresponding to parts of February and March 
?RING SEASON], Esth. 3: 7. 

-dar. Adjedus Adar — Additional Adar: — the name of the 
ercalary month. 



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