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Definition of Judahite

Judahite
Judahite Ju"dah*ite, n. One of the tribe of Judah; a member of the kingdom of Judah; a Jew. --Kitto.

Meaning of Judahite from wikipedia

- According to the Hebrew Bible, the Tribe of Judah (שֵׁבֶט יְהוּדָה, Shevet Yehudah) was one of the twelve Tribes of Israel. The Tribe of Judah, its conquests...
- Date c. 931 – 913 BCE Location Kingdom of Israel Result Decisive Judahite victory. Dissolution of the United Monarchy of Israel in 930 BCE. Jerusalem sacked...
- Judah Aram-Damascus Kingdom of Israel Commanders and leaders Tiglath-Pileser III, ****yrian king Ahaz, Judahite king Rezin, Aram king Pekah, Israelite king...
- of Nathan's Oracle to David (2 Samuel 7:1-17) as a Reflection of Royal Judahite Ideology, Journal of Biblical Literature, Vol. 129, No. 2 (Summer 2010)...
- daughter of Shecaniah, a Judahite leader, and had given his son, Jehohanan, in marriage to the daughter of Meshullam, another Judahite leader, for ostensibly...
- BCE respectively, the concepts of Jew and Samaritan gradually replaced Judahite and Israelite. When the Jews returned from the Babylonian captivity, the...
- of twelve tribes. The idea of twelve tribes has been described as "late Judahite" (i.e. 7th–6th century BCE). For example: the Song of Deborah, widely acknowledged...
- underworld deity Molech or to Yahweh himself, was a part of Israelite/Judahite religion until the reforms of King Josiah in the late 7th century BCE.)...
- BCE)). The first governor appointed by Babylon was Gedaliah, a native Judahite; he encouraged the many Jews who had fled to surrounding countries such...
- historiography, in the Book of Kings, refers to it as ‏יְהוּדִית‎ Yehudit 'Judahite (language)'. Hebrew belongs to the Canaanite group of languages. Canaanite...
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