Theophory in the Bible
The father of Baal.- Theophory in the Bible
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Short form of יהוה (YHWH), the four letters that form the tetragrammaton, the personal name of God: Yahweh, which the ancient Israelites used.
The name of Yahweh is also incorporated into several theophoric names, however, in almost all cases the Hebrew name itself uses -yāhū, not -yāh.
Ancient Hebrew apocalyptic religious text, ascribed by tradition to Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah.
The name suffix -el means 'God' (see list of names referring to El), and is used in the names of high-ranking angels.
Masculine given name.
Obadiah (עֹבַדְיָה – ʿŌḇaḏyā or – ʿŌḇaḏyāhū; "servant of Yah") is a biblical theophorical name, meaning "servant or slave of Yahweh" or "worshiper of Yahweh."