Category: Judaism - Books of the Bible


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'Kings (Melachim)' in Hebrew
Note: Melachim means "Kings" in Hebrew. In Hebrew I Kings is called Melachim Alef and II Kings is called Melachim Bet. This is because the letter Alef has the numerical value of 1 and Bet has the numerical value of 2.
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'Isaiah (Yeshayahu)' in Hebrew
Note: In Hebrew "Isaiah" can be either "Yeshayahu" or "Yeshaya".
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'Jeremiah (Yirmeyahu)' in Hebrew
Note: In Hebrew "Jeremiah" can be either "Yirmeyahu" or "Yirmeyah".
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'Ezekiel (Yechezkel)' in Hebrew
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'Hosea (Hoshe'a)' in Hebrew
Hosea (Hoshe'a) comes from the root "yesha" which means "salvation".
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'Joel (Yoel)' in Hebrew
Note: Yoel means "Yah is God". "Yah" is a name for God in Hebrew.
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'Amos' in Hebrew
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'Jonah (Yonah)' in Hebrew
Note: Yonah is the Hebrew word for "dove". It can be used as a name for both boys and girls.
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'Obadiah (Ovadyah)' in Hebrew
Note: Ovadyah means "servant of God" in Hebrew.
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'Micah (Michah)' in Hebrew
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