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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
(n.) A captain, leader, or commander; a chief; the head of a troop, army, or clan.
Strong's Hebrew
8269. sar -- chieftain, chief, ruler, official, captain, prince
... 8268, 8269. sar. 8270 . chieftain, chief, ruler, official, captain, prince.
Transliteration: sar Phonetic Spelling: (sar) Short Definition: princes. ...
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1950. Homam -- a Horite
... Homam. From hamam; raging; Homam, an Edomitish chieftain -- Homam. Compare Heymam.
see HEBREW hamam. see HEBREW Heymam. 1949, 1950. Homam. 1951 . ...
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6438. pinnah -- a corner
... bulwark, chief, corner, stay, tower. Feminine of pen; an angle; by implication,
a pinnacle; figuratively, a chieftain -- bulwark, chief, corner, stay, tower. ...
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386. ethan -- perennial, ever-flowing, permanence
... Or (shortened) ethan {ay-thawn'}; from an unused root (meaning to continue); permanence;
hence (concrete) permanent; specifically a chieftain -- hard, mighty ...
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441. alluwph -- tame
... al-loof'}; from 'alph; familiar; a friend, also gentle; hence, a bullock (as being
tame; applied, although masculine, to a cow); and so, a chieftain (as notable ...
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6518. paraz -- perhaps warriors
... village. From an unused root meaning to separate, ie Decide; a chieftain -- village.
6517, 6518. paraz or perez. 6519 . Strong's Numbers.
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The Doomed Three
... He would have carried his point almost from the first but for the countermining
efforts of Typhos and of the chieftain's wife, who had been won over by the ...
/.../chapter xxxi the doomed three.htm

The Goths
... Fanatically devoted to their heresy, they were willing to make common cause with
the Gothic chieftain, who fancied that even the diadem itself might not be ...
/.../gathering clouds a tale of the days of st chrysostom/chapter xxv the goths.htm

The Promised Land
... One sunset, shortly after his marriage, word came to the tent of Kenkenes that an
Amalekite chieftain on his way to Egypt had paused for the night just without ...
// yoke/chapter xlvii the promised land.htm

Gainas Meets his Doom
... Nudus pascit aves. Claud., In Ruf. ii.440. Such were the frightful tidings which
reached the Ostrogothic chieftain in his camp at the Hebdomon. ...
/.../chapter xxxiv gainas meets his.htm

The Preparations of the Greeks for Defense.
... The name by which such a chieftain was actually called by the people themselves,
in those days, was tyrannus, the name from which our word tyrant is derived. ...
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February 4. "Lo, I am with You Alway" (Matt. xxviii. 20).
... olden days armies were engaged in contest. In the crisis of the battle
the chieftain fell wounded. His men were about to shrink ...
/.../simpson/days of heaven upon earth /february 4 lo i am.htm

The Goths at Constantinople
... wife were in secret communication with the unworthy wife of Ga??nas, through whose
means they ceaselessly endeavoured to seduce the Gothic chieftain from all ...
/.../chapter xxx the goths at.htm

Affairs in the West
... But he kept his loyalty, and thereby so deeply disgusted the strong and savage Gothic
chieftain, Sarus, that he surprised Stilico's camp, killed his bodyguard ...
/.../chapter lxx affairs in the.htm

The First Kings.
... When the bondage in Egypt was broken, Moses was the deliverer and lawgiver of
Israel, and Joshua the great general or military chieftain. ...
/.../headley/half hours in bible lands volume 2/the first kings.htm

The Story of Histiaeus.
... Histiaeus was the Ionian chieftain who had been left in charge of the bridge of
boats across the Danube when Darius made his incursion into Scythia. ...
// the great/chapter x the story of.htm

Chieftain (2 Occurrences)
... (n.) A captain, leader, or commander; a chief; the head of a troop, army, or
clan. Multi-Version Concordance Chieftain (2 Occurrences). ...
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Government (20 Occurrences)
... A clan is a collection of families under a common chieftain, chosen for his personal
qualifications, such as prowess and generous hospitality. ...
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Psalms (44 Occurrences)
... This leaves David "a rude king in a semi-barbaric age," or, as Cheyne puts it,
"the versatile condottiere, chieftain, and king." It would seem more reasonable ...
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Kiriath-jearim (17 Occurrences)
... This village is commonly known as Abu Ghosh, from the name of a robber chieftain
who, with his family, flourished there in the first half of the last century. ...
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... This village is commonly known as Abu Ghosh, from the name of a robber chieftain
who, with his family, flourished there in the first half of the last century. ...
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Naham (1 Occurrence)
... NAHAM. na'-ham (nacham, "comfort"): A Judahite chieftain, father of Keilah the Garmite
(1 Chronicles 4:19); the passage is obscure. Multi-Version Concordance ...
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Rekem (6 Occurrences)
... Alexandrinus Rhokom)). Like his companions, he is called a "king" in Numbers,
but a "prince" or "chieftain" in the passage in Josh. The ...
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Eglon (13 Occurrences)
... Easton's Bible Dictionary The bullock; place of heifers. (1.) Chieftain or
king of one of the Moabite tribes (Judges 3:12-14). Having ...
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Mamre (10 Occurrences)
... Aner. 1. Biblical Data: The name of the grove of trees is evidently considered
as derived from this sheikh or chieftain. The "oaks ...
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Chieftains (2 Occurrences)

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