Associations to the word «Sabaoth»

Wiktionary

SABAOTH, noun. (Judaism) (Christianity) (Bible) An epithet of God in His role as protector of the Israelite army, usually translated (alongside YHWH or Elohim) as "the Lord of Hosts".
SABAOTH, noun. (religion) (Bible) Hosts, armies.
SABAOTH, noun. (gnosticism) The name of one of the seven chief archons in the Ophite cosmogony.

Dictionary definition

SABAOTH, noun. (plural) hosts or armies; used in the book of Romans in the New Testament; "Lord of Sabaoth".

Wise words

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C. S. Lewis