- From Hebrew יִתְרוֹ (yitró). (Wiktionary)
“When I turned to leave the box, I called Jethro but he didn’t move.”
“Thanks Jethro, that is correct. 6,000 years ago God created the earth and universe and hid all those fossils.”
“Ralph Waite (forever Papa Walton to many of us, though nowadays better known as Jethro's dad on NCIS) makes a welcome return as Booth's grandfather, bearing some unwelcome news that has the very pregnant Bones (Emily Deschanel) wondering how best to reach out to a closed-off Booth (David Boreanaz, who's in especially fine form).”
“After the exodus, her father, the priest of Midian (here called Jethro), comes to visit Moses, bringing Zipporah and her two sons.”
“In gratitude, Reuel (called Jethro or Hobab in other biblical passages) offers Moses hospitality, then gives him his daughter Zipporah in marriage (Exod 2: 21 – 22).”
“And you may find persons with two names in other parts of Scripture; as Moses’ father in law is sometimes called Jethro, sometimes Raguel.”
“But as the time of the waltz approached she sent a footman to fetch Chalker and another to call Jethro, and made her adieus to the Duchess and Fanny.”
“He had two names, being also called Jethro, as appears from the first verse of the following chapter.”
“After breakfast, while Mrs. Pike was carrying away the dishes, Dilly called Jethro softly to one side.”
“Hello, Mr. Kenton, dat's yo'self, am it?" called Jethro, with a grin;”
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