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Русский - Translation Words - names [aaron...adam]

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Aaron

Facts:

Aaron was Moses' older brother. God chose Aaron to be the first high priest for the people of Israel.

  • Aaron helped Moses speak to Pharaoh about letting the Israelites go free.
  • While the Israelites were traveling through the desert, Aaron sinned by making an idol for the people to worship.
  • God also appointed Aaron and his descendants to be the  priest priests for the people of Israel.

(Translation suggestions:  How to Translate Names)

(See also:  priestMosesIsrael)

Bible References:

Examples from the Bible stories:

  • 09:15  God warned Moses and Aaron that Pharaoh would be stubborn.
  • 10:05  Pharaoh called Moses and Aaron and told them that if they stopped the plague, the Israelites could leave Egypt.
  • 13:09  God chose Moses' brother, Aaron, and Aaron's descendants to be his priests.
  • 13:11  So they (the Israelites) brought gold to Aaronand asked him to form it into an idol for them!
  • 14:07  They (the Israelites) became angry with Moses and Aaron and said, "Oh, why did you bring us to this horrible place?"

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H175, G2
     

Abel

Facts:

Abel was Adam and Eve's second son. He was Cain's younger brother.

  • Abel was a shepherd.
  • Abel sacrificed some of his animals as an offering to God.
  • God was pleased with Abel and his offerings.
  • Adam and Eve's firstborn son Cain murdered Abel.

(Translation suggestions:  How to Translate Names)

(See also:  Cainsacrificeshepherd)

Bible References:

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H01893, G6
     

Abiathar

Definition:

Abiathar was a high priest for the nation of Israel during the time of King David.

  • When King Saul killed the priests, Abiathar escaped and went to David in the wilderness.
  • Abiathar and another high priest named Zadok served David faithfully throughout his reign.
  • After David's death, Abiathar helped Adonijah try to become king instead of Solomon.
  • Because of this, King Solomon removed Abiathar from the priesthood.

(See also:  ZadokSaul (OT)DavidSolomonAdonijah)

Bible References:

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H54, G8
     

Abijah

Facts:

Abijah was a king of Judah who reigned from 915 to 913 B.C. He was a son of King Rehoboam. There were also several other men named Abijah in the Old Testament:

  • Samuel's sons Abijah and Joel were leaders over the people of Israel at Beersheba. Because Abijah and his brother were dishonest and greedy, the people asked Samuel to appoint a king to rule them instead.
  • Abijah was one of the temple priests during the time of King David.
  • Abijah was one of King Jeroboam's sons.
  • Abijah was also a chief priest who returned with Zerubbabel to Jerusalem from the Babylonian captivity.

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Bible References:

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H29, G7
     

Abimelech

Facts:

Abimelech was a Philistine king over the region of Gerar during the time when Abraham and Isaac were living in the land of Canaan.

  • Abraham deceived King Abimelech by telling him that Sarah was his sister rather than his wife.
  • Abraham and Abimelech made an agreement regarding ownership of wells at Beersheba.
  • Many years later, Isaac also deceived Abimelech and the other men of Gerar by saying that Rebekah was his sister, not his wife.
  • King Abimelech rebuked Abraham, and later Isaac, for lying to him.
  • Another man by the name of Abimelech was a son of Gideon and a brother of Jotham. Some translations may use a slightly different spelling of his name to make it clear that he is a different person from King Abimelech.

(Translation suggestions:  How to Translate Names)

(See also: BeershebaGerarGideonJothamPhilistines)

Bible References:

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H40
     

Abner

Definition:

Abner was a cousin of King Saul in the Old Testament.

  • Abner was the chief commander of Saul's army, and introduced young David to Saul after David killed Goliath the giant.
  • After King Saul's death, Abner appointed Saul's son Ishbosheth as king in Israel, while David was appointed king in Judah.
  • Later, Abner was treacherously killed by David's chief commander, Joab.

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Bible References:

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H74
     

Abraham, Abram

Facts:

Abram was a Chaldean man from the city of Ur who was chosen by God to be the forefather of the Israelites. God changed his name to "Abraham."

  • The name "Abram" means "exalted father."
  • "Abraham" means "father of many."
  • God promised Abraham that he would have many descendants, who would become a great nation.
  • Abraham believed God and obeyed him. God led Abraham to move from Chaldea to the land of Canaan.
  • Abraham and his wife Sarah, when they were very old and living in the land of Canaan, had a son, Isaac.

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(See also:  CanaanChaldeaSarahIsaac)

Bible References:

Examples from the Bible stories:

  • 04:06  When Abram arrived in Canaan, God said, "Look all around you. I will give to you and your descendants all the land that you can see as an inheritance."
  • 05:04  Then God changed Abram's name to Abraham, which means "father of many."
  • 05:05  About a year later, when Abraham was 100 years old and Sarah was 90, Sarah gave birth to Abraham's son.
  • 05:06  When Isaac was a young man, God tested Abraham's faith by saying, "Take Isaac, your only son, and kill him as a sacrifice to me."
  • 06:01  When Abraham was very old and his son, Isaac, had grown to be a man, Abraham  sent one of his servants back to the land where his relatives lived to find a wife for his son, Isaac.
  • 06:04  After a long time, Abraham died and all of the promises that God had made to him in the covenant were passed on to Isaac.
  • 21:02  God promised Abraham that through him all people groups of the world would receive a blessing.

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H87, H85, G11
     

Absalom

Facts:

Absalom was the third son of King David. He was known for his handsome appearance and fiery temperament.

  • When Absalom's sister Tamar was raped by their half-brother, Amnon, Absalom made a plan to have Amnon killed.
  • After the murder of Amnon, Absalom fled to the region of Geshur (where his mother Maacah was from) and stayed there three years. Then King David sent for him to come back to Jerusalem, but did not allow Absalom to come into his presence for two years.
  • Absalom turned some of the people against King David and led a revolt against him.
  • David's army fought against Absalom and killed him. David was very grieved when this happened.

(Translation suggestions:  How to Translate Names)

(See also:  GeshurAmnon)

Bible References:

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H53
     

Adam

Facts:

Adam was the first person whom God created. He and his wife Eve were made in the image of God.

  • God formed Adam from dirt and breathed life into him.
  • Adam's name sounds similar to the Hebrew word for "red dirt" or "ground."
  • The name "Adam" is the same as the Old Testament word for "mankind" or "human being."
  • All people are descendants of Adam and Eve.
  • Adam and Eve disobeyed God. This separated them from God and caused sin and death to come into the world.

(Translation suggestions:  How to Translate Names)

(See also:  deathdescendantEveimage of Godlife)

Bible References:

Examples from the Bible stories:

  • 01:09  Then God said, "Let us make human beings in our image to be like us."
  • 01:10  This man's name was Adam. God planted a garden where Adam could live, and put him there to care for it.
  • 01:12  Then God said, "It is not good for man to be alone." But none of the animals could be Adam'shelper.
  • 02:11  And God clothed Adam and Eve with animal skins.
  • 02:12  So God sent Adam and Eve away from the beautiful garden.
  • 49:08  When Adam and Eve sinned, it affected all of their descendants.
  • 50:16  Because Adam and Eve disobeyed God and brought sin into this world, God cursed it and decided to destroy it.

Word Data:

  • Strong's: H120, G76
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