Strong's Hebrew3778. Kasdi -- a region of S. Bab. and its inhab....
and its inhab. NASB Word Usage Chaldea (7), Chaldeans
' (1), Chaldees
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Of the Era in Abraham's Life from which a New Period in the Holy ...
... Now, even at that time impious superstitions were rife with the Chaldeans, as with
other ... his father Terah in the land of his nativity, in Ur of the Chaldees. ...
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The Unseen Watcher
... is the work of the Lord God of hosts in the land of the Chaldeans.". ... Thus did "Babylon,
the glory of kingdoms, the beauty of the Chaldees' excellency," become ...
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On the Sunday Called "Episozomenes," to those who had Come to ...
... brass that were in the house of the Lord the Chaldeans brake up, and the bases,
and the brazen sea that was in the house of the Lord, did the Chaldees break in ...
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We Arrive Now at a Branch of Our Subject Upon which the Lord's ...
... Gen.11:28) that Abram was called; and it was "the Chaldeans" who plundered ... that
"Babylon, the glory of kingdoms, the beauty of the Chaldees' excellency, shall ...
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Abraham's Four Surrenders
... were busy building up Babylon, God called this man out of that nation of the Chaldeans. ...
years before this that God first told him to leave Ur of the Chaldees. ...
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... C. Leonard Wooley's "Ur of Chaldees") and where the worship of the moongod ... These
Chaldeans, at first merely a prominent tribe, later become the dominant group ...
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... that He is the one who called him forth from Ur of the Chaldees (cf ... be made after
the fashion of covenants made in those days, particularly among the Chaldeans. ...
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From Abraham to Egypt.
... The call of Abraham as recorded In this section is probably from Ur of the Chaldees
to Haran where his father died ... The Sabeans and Chaldeans were Job's neighbor ...
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In the Last Chapter we Confined Ourself to the Old Testament, in ...
... were other mighty peoples of old besides the Egyptians and the Chaldeans, but the ...
Babylonish garment, and of the s kill and learning of the Chaldees; but their ...
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Scenes in the Lives of the Patriarchs.
... by God to leave his idolatrous friends and neighbors in "Ur of the Chaldees.". ... pale
with alarm, and announced the raid of three companies of Chaldeans upon the ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryChaldeans or Chaldees
It appears that the Chaldeans (Kaldai or Kaldi) were in the earliest times merely one out of many Cushite tribes inhabiting the great alluvial plain known afterwards as Chaldea or Babylonia. Their special seat was probably that southern portion of the country which is found to have so late retained the name of Chaldea. In process of time, as the Kaldi grew in power, their name gradually prevailed over those of the other tribes inhabiting the country; and by the era of the Jewish captivity it had begun to be used generally for all the inhabitants of Babylonia. It appears that while, both in Assyria and in later Babylonia, the Shemitic type of speech prevailed for civil purposes, the ancient Cushite dialect was retained, as a learned language for scientific and religious literature. This is no doubt the "learning" and the "tongue" to which reference it made in the book of Daniel, (Daniel 1:4) The Chaldeans were really the learned class; they were priests, magicians or astronomers, and in the last of the three capacities they probably effected discoveries of great importance. In later times they seem to have degenerated into mere fortune-tellers.
Chaldeans or Chaldees
Chaldeans: Learned and Wise Men of the East
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