[ ik-uh-bod ]

  1. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “without honor.”

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How to use Ichabod in a sentence

  • Thus we have Jabez, which means "sorrow;" Ichabod, or "the glory is departed;" Mary, "bitter."

    Stories That Words Tell Us | Elizabeth O'Neill
  • Kiev still existed as a city, but on her Golden Gate the conquerors might fitly have hewed the epitaph, Ichabod.

  • Ichabod may be written upon the lintels of all that is ancient and disappearing, all that is modern and hideous.

    The Argosy | Various
  • That's my bill of particulars, you see, that I'm going to send on by the post, to Ichabod Bunce.

    Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia | William Gilmore Simms
  • Barstow, he laughed like fury and wanted to know if this Ogden Minot looked like Ichabod.

    Fair Harbor | Joseph Crosby Lincoln