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Ammishaddai

[ am-uh-shad-ahy ]
/ ˌæm əˈʃæd aɪ /
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noun

the father of Ahiezer, the Danite. Numbers 1:12; 2:25.

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Also Douay Bible, Am·mi·sad·dai [am-uh-sad-ahy, -sad-ey-ahy]. /ˌæm əˈsæd aɪ, -ˈsæd eɪˌaɪ/.

Origin of Ammishaddai

From Late Latin Amisaddai, from Greek Amisadaḯ, from Hebrew ʿAmmīshaddāy “People of the Almighty”

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