Manoah

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Manoah ( Mānoaḥ) is a figure from the Book of Judges 13:1-23 and 14:2-4 of the Hebrew Bible.wikipedia
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Manoah and his wife were the parents of famous judge Samson.
Manoah was an Israelite from Zorah, descended from the Danites, and his wife had been unable to conceive.

Zorah

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According to the Bible, Manoah was of the tribe of Dan and lived in the city of Zorah.
:"there was a certain man from Zorah, of the family of the Danites, whose name was Manoah".

Wife of Manoah

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Manoah and his wife were the parents of famous judge Samson. He married one woman, who was barren.
J. Cheryl Exum argues that the wife of Manoah is more perceptive than her husband, in that she "senses at once something otherworldly" about the man of God who visits her, and "recognizes a divine purpose behind the revelation."

Angel of the Lord

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Manoah and his wife were childless, but an angel of the Lord appeared to Manoah’s wife and told her that she would give birth to a son.

Hazelelponi

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Her name is not mentioned in the Bible, but according to tradition she was called Hazelelponi or Zʻllpunith.
According to the ancient Rabbinic tradition, Hazelelponi was married to Manoah.

Book of Judges

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Manoah ( Mānoaḥ) is a figure from the Book of Judges 13:1-23 and 14:2-4 of the Hebrew Bible.

Hebrew Bible

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Manoah ( Mānoaḥ) is a figure from the Book of Judges 13:1-23 and 14:2-4 of the Hebrew Bible.

Tribe of Dan

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According to the Bible, Manoah was of the tribe of Dan and lived in the city of Zorah.

Nazirite

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The child was to be dedicated from the womb as a Nazirite, which entailed restrictions on his diet, which the angel spelled out in detail.

Philistines

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Together with his wife, Manoah subsequently tried to dissuade Samson from marrying a Philistine woman, but traveled with him to Timnah for the wedding ceremony when they were unable to do so.

Timnah

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Together with his wife, Manoah subsequently tried to dissuade Samson from marrying a Philistine woman, but traveled with him to Timnah for the wedding ceremony when they were unable to do so.

Veneration of Mary in the Catholic Church

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Samson's birth has special importance for some Christians (primarily Catholics), because of its similarity to the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary.

Annunciation

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Samson's birth has special importance for some Christians (primarily Catholics), because of its similarity to the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary.

Mary, mother of Jesus

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Samson's birth has special importance for some Christians (primarily Catholics), because of its similarity to the Annunciation to the Virgin Mary.