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[mid-ee-uh-nahyt] /ˈmɪd i əˌnaɪt/
a member of an ancient desert people of northwest Arabia near the Gulf of Aqaba, believed to have descended from Midian.
of or relating to the Midianites.
Origin of Midianite Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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  • There he married the daughter of the Midianite priest Reuel.

    A Brief Bible History James Oscar Boyd
  • A little more and it will sink under the wave of the Midianite invasion.

    Judges and Ruth Robert A. Watson
  • But Midianite tribes had also pushed northwards and mingled with the descendants of Ishmael.

  • The Midianite Baal accompanied the Israelites into the wilderness, and that worship was never thoroughly eradicated.

    Demonology and Devil-lore Moncure Daniel Conway
  • Round the outside of the wall, therefore, like the Midianite in the rather comical hymn, did Clare prowl and prowl.

    A Rough Shaking George MacDonald
  • The Midianite Oppression (Judges 6-8) was the most severe, thus far, in the history of the judges.

    The Rand-McNally Bible Atlas Jesse L. Hurlbut
  • With three hundred chosen men Gideon made a night attack upon the Midianite host.

    The Rand-McNally Bible Atlas Jesse L. Hurlbut
  • The words are not the words of a Midianite at all, but such as a Jew would be more apt to utter.

    The Bible: what it is Charles Bradlaugh
  • This young upstart Gideon would soon be sorry enough when he butted his head against the experienced Midianite leaders.

    Quiet Talks on Service

    S. D. Gordon
  • The Midianite merchantmen to whom Joseph was sold for twenty pieces of silver—about a dozen dollars—were from Arabia.

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