a Minor Prophet of the 6th century b.c.
a book of the Bible bearing his name. Abbreviation: Hag.
- Also Douay Bible, Ag·ge·us [uh-gee-uhs] /əˈgi əs/ .
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How to use Haggai in a sentence
Therefore the prophecy of Haggai was not fulfilled in the rebuilding of that temple.The City of God, Volume II | Aurelius Augustine
Mr. Bayard will look after her, Haggai, replied Mrs. Carruth wearily.A Singular Life | Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
I feel under far greater obligation to Humboldt than to Haggai.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 5 (of 12) | Robert G. Ingersoll
It might well appear to Haggai that the armies of the nations were falling every one by the sword of his fellow.The Literature of the Old Testament | George Foot Moore
Haggai was born in Babylon and was one of those who returned from captivity, under Zerrubbabel, according to the decree of Cyrus.The Bible Book by Book | Josiah Blake Tidwell
British Dictionary definitions for Haggai
a Hebrew prophet, whose oracles are usually dated between August and December of 520 bc
the book in which these oracles are contained, chiefly concerned with the rebuilding of the Temple after the Exile
- Douay spelling: Aggeus (əˈdʒiːəs)
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