American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Elisha Ninth century B.C. In the Bible, a Hebrew prophet who was chosen by Elijah to be his successor.
- Hebrew אֱלִישַׁע "God is salvation". (Wiktionary)
“If Elisha is shooting make sure we can get the recoil and jiggle effect in slow motion.”
“First; while Elisha is certainly a bonney lass I am not sure that her pin-up photo belongs on here.”
“As I noted above, Elisha is a beautiful young woman, but I prefer Marissa Miller.”
“SdBob, I am not questioning your statement, "Elisha is more than just a beautiful woman.”
“Just like Elisha is more than just beautiful woman!”
“I'd post more, but Elisha is taking me to a Cabela's in Kansas City.”
“You, who worship the samee God who slew forty-two youths when they called Elisha "baldy"?”
“The conclusion of chapter xix. only tells us that he called Elisha from the plough to follow him.”
“The bearers of a corpse, alarmed by the appearance of one of these bands, hastily deposited, as they passed that way, their load in Elisha's sepulchre, which might be easily done by removing the stone at the mouth of the cave.”
“Some think this refers to that seven years 'famine that was in Elisha's time, which we read of 2 Kings viii.”
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