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Definition of Adonai
AdonaiAdonai Ad`o*na"i, n. [Heb. ad[=o]n[=a]i, lit., my lord.]
A Hebrew name for God, usually translated in the Old
Testament by the word ``Lord'.
Note: The later Jews used its vowel points to fill out the
tetragrammaton Yhvh, or Ihvh, ``the incommunicable
name,' and in reading substituted ``Adonai'.
Meaning of Adonai from wikipedia
it was replaced vocally
in the synagogue ritual
by the Hebrew
("My Lord"), which
("Lord") in the Septuagint,...
: An Elegy
on the Death
of John Keats, Author
of Endymion, Hyperion, etc. (/ˌædoʊˈneɪ.ɪs/) is a pastoral elegy written
by Percy Bysshe
- Or Adonai
(Hebrew: אור אֲדֹנָי), The Light
of the Lord, is the primary
work of Rabbi Hasdai Crescas
(c. 1340 - 1410/1411), a Jewish
philosopher. As some...
came to be avoided, being substituted
("my Lord"). The Hebrew vowel points
to the Tetragrammaton
by the Masoretes...
- "Who Mourns
?" is the second episode
of the second season
of the American science fiction television series
Star Trek. Written
to the God of Israel. Common substitutions
("My Lord"), HaShem
("The Name") and hakadosh baruch
hu ("The Holy One,...
- the Adonai malakh scale
is a musical
mode used in Jewish
malakh" ("God is King"), a line from Psalm
93, is set using
- Baruch Adonai
L'Olam may refer
to: Baruch Adonai
L'Olam (Maariv) Baruch Adonai
the blessing. When reciting
"Barukh atah Adonai Eloheinu melekh
ha'olam, bo're m'orei ha'esh," it is customary
for the parti****nts...
-Shomo was the name given
to a commune which existed
from 1861 to 1896 in M****achusetts. The commune
T. Howland, a Quaker...
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