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hitchcock's bible names dictionary

Obadiah, servant of the Lord
Obal, inconvenience of old age
Obed, a servant; workman
Obed-edom, servant of Edom
Obil, that weeps; who deserves to be bewailed
Oboth, dragons; fathers; desires
Ocran, a disturber; that disorders
Oded, to sustain, hold or lift up
Og, a cake; bread baked in ashes
Ohad, praising; confessing
Ohel, tent; tabernacle; brightness
Olympas, heavenly
Omar, he that speaks; bitter
Omega, the last letter of the Greek alphabet; long O
Omri, sheaf of corn
On, pain; force; iniquity
Onam, Onan, same as On
Onesimus, profitable; useful
Onesiphorus, who brings profit
Ono, grief or strength or iniquity of him
Ophel, a tower; darkness; small white cloud
Ophir, fruitful region
Ophni, wearisomeness; folding together
Ophrah, dust; lead; a fawn
Oreb, a raven
Ornan, that rejoices
Orpah, the neck or skull
Oshea, same as Joshua
Othni, my time; my hour
Othniel, the hour of God
Ozem, that fasts; their eagerness
Ozias, strength from the Lord
Ozni, an ear; my hearkening

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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