from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. Hosts; armies: the Lord of Sabaoth.
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- n. hosts; armies
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Armies; hosts.
- n.pl. Incorrectly, the Sabbath.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In Scripture, armies; hosts: used as part of a title of God.
- Same as Sabbath.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (plural) hosts or armies; used in the book of Romans in the New Testament
The term Sabaoth is never written with an Omicron, either in the LXX. or by the Greek Fathers, but always with an Omega (Sabaoth).
And now let us appeal to the God of Sabaoth, that is, to the God of armies -- let us appeal to Him who holds the balance, and weighs the events of battles and of realms, and by his decision we must abide.
A Journal of a Young Man of Massachusetts, 2nd ed. Late A Surgeon On Board An American Privateer, Who Was Captured At Sea By The British, In May, Eighteen Hundred And Thirteen, And Was Confined First, At Melville Island, Halifax, Then At Chatham, In England ... And Last, At Dartmoor Prison. Interspersed With Observations, Anecdotes And Remarks, Tending To Illustrate The Moral And Political Characters Of Three Nations. To Which Is Added, A Correct Engraving Of Dartmoor Prison, Representing The Massacre Of American Prisoners, Written By Himself.
_ -- I feel sure that many of your clerical correspondents would feel much obliged by any assistance that might be forwarded them through the medium of your columns respecting the correct pronunciation of those proper names which occur during divine service: such as Sabaoth, Moriah, Aceldama, Sabacthani,
Jehovah of Sabaoth, that is, God of the angelic and starry hosts (Ps
As Isaias foretold: Unless the Lord of Sabaoth had left us a seed, we had been made as Sodom, and we had been like unto Gomorrha.
Hosanna holy God of Sabaoth,/ abundantly illumining with thy brightness/ the blessed fires of these kingdoms ...
But ah! methinks our oppression is soon to come to an end; yes, before the Majesty of heaven, our groans and cries have reached the ears of the Lord of Sabaoth James 5:4.
Lord God of Sabaoth; heaven and earth are full of the majesty of thy glory.
“Huitzilipochtli,” as the Hebrews had called their Lord “Sabaoth.”
Sabaoth, among the Jews, signifies the god of arms; but Minerva, in Homer, calls Mars a furious, mad, and infernal god.