Definition of the noun almah
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noun - plural: almahs
- an Egyptian singer or dancing-girl used for entertainment or as a professional mourner
Almah is a Brazilian metal band. It was initially established in 2006 as a side project of former Angra’s singer Edu Falaschi. Since 2006 Almah has released three albums and has turned from a solo-project into a band with regular activities. The band released its third album entitled "Motion" in October 2011. "Motion" was recorded at Norcal Studios in São Paulo, Brasil between May and June 2011. The album was mixed and mastered by Jochem Jacobs at Split Second Sound Studios in Amsterdam in July 2011.
- also known as 聖潔神靈樂團
- genres: Power metal, Progressive metal, Thrash metal, Neoclassical metal, Heavy metal
- albums: "Almah", "Fragile Equality", "Motion", "Unfold"
- official website: www.almah.com.br
- "Almah": Almah is the first album of Almah, a solo project of Brazilian heavy metal singer and Angra frontman Edu Falaschi. The lyrics are about the different feelings of the human being and the title phonetically means "soul" in the Portuguese language. It was released in August, 2006, and Edu toured promoting the album in Brazil along with former Symbols members Tito Falaschi and Demian Tiguez.
- "Almah" is a musical album of Avishai Cohen.
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Almah is a Hebrew word meaning a young woman of childbearing age who has not yet had a child, and who may be an unmarried virgin or a married young woman. The term occurs nine times in the Hebrew Bible – see usage below.
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The Expository Times (1905)
by James Hastings, Ann Wilson Hastings, Edward Hastings
The word 'almah means not a ' virgin,' but a ' young woman.' What the prophet does say is, that before this lad, who is presently to be born, has arrived at years of discretion, the land is to devastated by the Assyrian, cultivation is to cease, ...
A Compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship by Joel B. Green, Scot McKnight, I. Howard Marshall
Second, the Hebrew term 'almah which is used in Isaiah 7:14 (MT) refers to a young woman of marriageable age. Though the idea of virginity is probably implicit in the term, this is not a technical term for virgo intacta. The Hebrew b'tula comes ...
With Topical Index by Vine Vine
VIRGIN 'almah (5959), “virgin; maiden.” This noun has an Ugaritic cognate, although the masculine form also appears in Aramaic,Syriac, and Arabic. The feminine form of the root appears 9 times; the only 2 appearances of the masculine form ...
Catholic Dictionary (2002)
by Peter M. J. Stravinskas
Alma [Almah] (AHL-muh): (Latin: alma, nourishing; Hebrew: almah, maiden, young woman) A ...
by Russell B. Shaw
Alma (Almah) • A Hebrew word meaning "virgin" or "maiden," it is used in the messianic prophecy of Isaiah 7:14: 'Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, a young woman [Hebrew: 'almah] shall conceive and bear a son, and ...
A Concordance and Dictionary to the Sacred Scriptures ... By Robert Hawker ... A new edition. MS. notes (1846)
The Hebrew word Almah, virgin, strictly and properly speaking, signifies a virgin who hath never been seen by man. The word implies hidden, kept in, and secret. St. .lgmni makes a nice distinction on this ground, between the ordinary word ...
The Poor Man's Concordance, and dictionary to the sacred scriptures both of the Old and New Testament (1828)
Designed ... for that class who read the "Poor Man's commentary on the Bible" by Robert Hawker
The Hebrew word Almah, virgin, strictly and properly speaking, a virgin, who hath never been seen by man. The word implies hidden, kept in, and secret. St. Jerome makes a nice distinction on this ground, between the ordinary word, Bethula, ...
Both of the Old and New Testaments; Arranged in Alphabetical Order, and Designed for the Use of the Readers of the Word of God by Robert Hawker (D.D.)
The Hebrew word Almah, virgin, strictly and properly speaking, signifies a virgin who hath never been seen by man. The word implies hidden, kept in, and secret. St. Jerom makes .a nice distinction on this ground, between the ordinary word ...
A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Explanatory of the History, Manners, and Customs of the Jews, and Neighbouring Nations (1832)
by Richard Watson, Nathan Bangs
ALMAH, ntiïf, a Hebrew word signifying properly a virgin, tit young woman unacquainted with man. In this sense it occurs in the famous passage of Isaiah, vii, 14: "Behold a virgin shall conceive and bear a son." The Hebrew has no term that ...
or, Dictionary of the Bible by Bela Bates Edwards
In this sense, it occurs in the famous passage of Isaiah 7: 14 : — " Behold, a virgin [almah] shall conceive and bear a son." The Chaldee paraphrast and the Septuagint here translate almah, virgin. Akiba, the famous rabbin, a great enemy to ...
Alma, Almah, al′ma, n. an Egyptian dancinggirl.—Also Alme, Almeh. [Ar. ‛almah,learned,‛ alamah, to know.] Almacantar,almakan′tar,n. a name for circlesof altitude parallel ...
by Chad Brand, Archie England, Charles W. Draper
” KJVsometimes renders almah“maid.”AtExod. 2:8 almah means simply “girl.” At Prov. 30:19 a young man of marriageable age is intended. KJV translated the term as “virgin” atIsa.
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The value of this 5-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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