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Historical Examples of issachar
Issachar, who was putting coal on the office fire, turned his head.
I kind of hate to be left here alone with nobody but Issachar to lean on.
He held out his hand, and Issachar, after a momentary hesitation, took it.
And Issachar's expression and bearings were wonderful to see.
You remember Issachar was likened to an ass between two burdens.
noun Old Testament
son of Jacob by Leah (Old Testament), name of a biblical tribe of Israel, from Greek issakhar, from Hebrew Yissakhar, probably [Klein] from yesh sakhar "there is a reward" (cf. Gen. xxx:18).