Nahum

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew נַחוּם(nakhum, consolation).

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Nahum

  1. A book of the Tanakh / the Old Testament of the Bible.
    Synonym: Nah. (abbreviation)
  2. The minor prophet who wrote that book.
  3. (rare) A male given name of biblical origin.
    • 1853, Wiltshire Stanton Austin & John Ralph, The Lives of the Poets-Laureate, page 197.
      Nahum Tate's grandfather and father were both clergymen.

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew נַחוּם‎.

Proper noun[edit]

Nahum ?

  1. (biblical) Nahum (prophet)
  2. (biblical) Nahum (book of the Bible)

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew נַחוּם‎.

Proper noun[edit]

Nahum m

  1. (biblical) Nahum (prophet)
  2. (biblical) Nahum (book of the Bible)

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Nahum

  1. (religion) Nahum