Examples from the Web for enoch
Enoch took hold of the latch carelessly, and then with more determination, as the door failed to open.
The most divine of mortals are, like Enoch and Elijah, translated to heaven without suffering death.The Christ|John Eleazer Remsburg
"But it isn't the duty of a private to watch his superior officers," Enoch ventured to suggest.
In process of time the door came open and Zeke and Enoch stepped inside of it.The First Capture|Harry Castlemon
But we shall not dismiss in silence the faith of Abel, Enoch, and Noah.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
British Dictionary definitions for enoch
noun Old Testament
Word Origin and History for enoch
masc. proper name, in Old Testament eldest son of Cain, father of Methuselah, from Latin Enoch, from Greek Enokh, from Hebrew Hanokh, literally "dedicated, consecrated," from hanakh "he dedicated," whence also Hanukkah.