For these seven shall rejoice, and shall see the plumb line in the hand of Zerubbabel.
Zerubbabel, my lad, are you desirous of attracting attention?
He united in himself the qualities of the prophet Jeremiah and the prince Zerubbabel, who had been in exile.
His tormentor then said, "You may like to know my name; it is Zerubbabel."
Like Zerubbabel in the earlier period, he drops out of the history without a hint as to his end.
It was through them that the fire was lighted in the soul of Zerubbabel.
Iron forks were used in the kitchen, as is shown in the inventory of Zerubbabel Endicott in 1683.
All, from Zerubbabel down to the last Hiram, were such as you see my father.
She greeted Hilda with nervous cordiality, and thanked her earnestly for her kindness to Zerubbabel.
The hull of it's Zerubbabel Chirk; but most folks ain't got time to say all that.
the seed of Babylon, the son of Salathiel or Shealtiel (Hag. 1:1; Zorobabel, Matt. 1:12); called also the son of Pedaiah (1 Chr. 3:17-19), i.e., according to a frequent usage of the word "son;" the grandson or the nephew of Salathiel. He is also known by the Persian name of Sheshbazzar (Ezra 1:8, 11). In the first year of Cyrus, king of Persia, he led the first band of Jews, numbering 42,360 (Ezra 2:64), exclusive of a large number of servants, who returned from captivity at the close of the seventy years. In the second year after the Return, he erected an altar and laid the foundation of the temple on the ruins of that which had been destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar (3:8-13; ch. 4-6). All through the work he occupied a prominent place, inasmuch as he was a descendant of the royal line of David.