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hitchcock's bible names dictionary

Dabareh, the word; the thing; a bee; obedient
Dabbasheth, flowing with honey
Daberath, same as Dabareh
Dagon, corn; a fish
Dalaiah, the poor of the Lord
Dalmanutha, a bucket; a branch
Dalmatia, deceitful lamps; vain brightness
Dalphon, the house of caves
Damaris, a little woman
Damascus, a sack full of blood; the similitude of burning
Dan, judgment; he that judges
Daniel, judgment of God; God my judge
Dannah, judging
Darah, generation; house of the shepherd or of the companion
Darda, home of knowledge
Darius, he that informs himself
Darkon, of generation; of possession
Dathan, laws or rites
David, well-beloved, dear
Debir, an orator; a word
Deborah, word; thing; a bee
Decapolis, containing ten cities
Dedan, their breasts; friendship; a judge
Dedanim, the descendants of Dedan
Dekar, force
Delaiah, the poor of the Lord
Delilah, poor; small; head of hair
Demas, popular
Demetrius, belonging to corn, or to Ceres
Derbe, a sting
Deuel, the knowledge of God
Deuteronomy, repetition of the law
Diana, luminous, perfect
Diblaim, cluster of figs
Diblath, paste of dry figs
Dibon, abundance of knowledge
Dibon-gad, great understanding; abundance of sons
Dibri, an orator
Dibzahab, Dizahab, where much gold is
Didymus, a twin; double
Diklah, Dildah, his diminishing
Dilean, that is poor
Dimon, where it is red
Dimonah, dunghill
Dinah, judgment; who judges
Dinhabah, he gives judgment
Dionysius, divinely touched
Diotrephes, nourished by Jupiter
Dishan, a threshing
Dishon, fatness; ashes
Dodai, Dodanim, beloved
Dodavah, love
Dodo, his uncle
Doeg, careful, who acts with uneasiness
Dophkah, a knocking
Dor, generation, habitation
Dorcas, a female roe-deer
Dothan, the law; custom
Drusilla, watered by the dew
Dumali, silence; resemblance
Dura, same as Dor

This dictionary is from Hitchcock's New  and  Complete Analysis  of  the Holy Bible, published in the late 1800's.  It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible related proper names and their meanings.  Some  Hebrew words of uncertain meaning have been left out.


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