Enoch

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Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin Enoch, from Ancient Greek Ἑνώχ (Henṓkh), from Hebrew חֲנוֹךְ(Ḥănôḵ).

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Enoch

  1. In the Bible, one of the few people recorded as being taken by God before death.
    Enoch was the son of Awan and Cain; and was Noah’s great grandfather.
  2. The title of three apocryphal books of the Bible.
  3. (rare) A male given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.
  4. A First Nation reserve in Alberta, Canada; the postal name of Stony Plain Indian Reserve No. 135.

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew חֲנוֹךְ(Ḥănôḵ).

Proper noun[edit]

Enoch (m)

  1. (biblical) Enoch
  2. A male given name