[ ad-nuh ]
/ ˈæd nə /
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a Manassite deserter from Saul's to David's army. 1 Chronicles 12:20.
a commander in King Jehosaphat's army. 2 Chronicles 17:14.
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Origin of Adnah
From Hebrew ʿAdnaḥ
Words nearby Adnah
admonition, admonitor, admonitory, admov., ADN, Adnah, adnate, adnation, ad nauseam, adnexa, adnominal
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How to use Adnah in a sentence
The least movement might betray him, for the women sat quite near, and Adnah was facing him.
Adnah presently returned, flushed rosy red by the exercise and more charming than ever.
You, Adnah, was too young to protect yourself from a stepmother, but we came to your rescue.
He thought he heard Adnah's voice and the sounds of a scuffle in the house, and it gave him inspiration.
Adnah had gradually hitched closer to him, and now her hand, unreproved, stole affectionately to his shoulder.