Obadiah

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From Hebrew עובדיה(servant of Yahweh); comparable to Arabic عبد اللّٰه(ʿabd-allah, servant of God).

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Obadiah

  1. A book of the Old Testament of the Bible, and of the Tanakh.
    Synonym: Obad. (abbreviation)
  2. A minor prophet.
  3. A male given name originating from Hebrew of biblical origin.

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