Examples from the Web for obadiah
Tell the story of Elijah's conversation with the timid Obadiah.Heroes of Israel|Theodore Gerald Soares
Obadiah Coble shrugged up his shoulders, as he took an extra quid.Snarley-yow|Frederick Marryat
At breakfast, Serena served Obadiah efficiently; but her attitude was hostile.The Triumph of Virginia Dale|John Francis, Jr.
Nathaniel waited to hear no more, but sped toward the breach in the forest that marked the beginning of the path to Obadiah's.The Courage of Captain Plum|James Oliver Curwood
As Submit released her and she rushed away, Obadiah followed her.The Duke of Stockbridge|Edward Bellamy
British Dictionary definitions for obadiah
noun Old Testament
Word Origin and History for obadiah
masc. proper name, fourth of the Twelve Prophets of the Old Testament, from Hebrew Obhadyah, literally "servant of the Lord," from abhadh "he served, worshipped," related to Arabic 'abada "he served," 'abd "slave, worshipper."