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El·o·him

 (ĕl′ō-hēm′, -hĭm′, ə-lō′hĭm)

n.

A name for God in the Hebrew Scriptures.


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Elohim

(ɛˈləʊhɪm; ˌɛləʊˈhiːm)

n

(Bible) Old Testament a Hebrew word for God or gods

[C17: from Hebrew ‘Elōhim, plural (used to indicate uniqueness) of ‘Elōah God; probably related to ‘El God]

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E•lo•him

(ˌɛl oʊˈhim, -ˈhɪm)

n.

God, esp. as used in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament.

[< Hebrew]

El`o•him′ic (-ˈhɪm ɪk) adj.

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