a jawbone, a place in the tribe of Judah where Samson achieved a victory over the Philistines (Judg. 15:9, 14, 16), slaying a thousand of them with the jawbone of an ass. The words in 15:19, "a hollow place that was in the jaw" (A.V.), should be, as in Revised Version, "the hollow place that is in Lehi."
"Haunted by conspiracy theories," as another scholar wrote, lehi was sure that Bernodotte was plotting to bring back the British.
After founder Avraham Stern was killed, Shamir became part of lehi's ruling triumvirate.
lehi declared that he saw a man dressed in a white robe, who came and stood before him, and then bade him follow him.
The division of lehi's posterity, known at a later date as Lamanites.
Nephi and lehi also preached in the northland, but with no great success.
The words should be rendered, But God clave the hollow place which is in lehi.
On reaching lehi on their return they had an interesting visit from Aropene, an Indian chief.
And thus my father, lehi, did discover the genealogy of his fathers.
The establishment of the sugar factory in Canada was a venture perhaps greater than even the one first built at lehi.
Dark hours he had, sombre enough, as at lehi after the slaughter.