/ (ʃɛˈkaɪnə, Hebrew ʃəxiːˈna) /

  1. Judaism a variant spelling of Shechina

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How to use Shekinah in a sentence

  • Oh, if ye can, have mercy on us; shed a ray from your Shekinah-light athwart the darkness of our desolation.

    Beyond | Henry Seward Hubbard
  • When the house was dedicated no glory returned, no cloud was seen, no Shekinah filled the house.

    The Prophet Ezekiel | Arno C. Gaebelein
  • The first of these simple creations, which is nearest to God, is called in Hebrew "Shekinah."

  • We are told that the souls of the righteous enjoy the splendor of the Shekinah, and the wicked suffer correspondingly.

  • It is in this sense of reflection that her truest and highest name in bolism is Shekinah—the co-habiting glory.