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E•lo•him



Pronunciation: (e-lō'him; Seph. Heb.e-lô-hēm'; Ashk. Heb.e"lō-him'; in nonliturgical use by Orthodox Jewse-lô-kēm', e"lō-kim'), [key]
n.
God, esp. as used in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament.

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elodeaElohism
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