The Bible Pages, key-word index, section Xerxes to Zorobabel

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Section Xerxes to Zorobabel
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Xerxes – Look under the heading “Ahasuerus”.

Xi (the Greek letter xi)

Yahveh – Look below, under the heading “YHWH”.

Year, years

Yehoshua – look under the heading. “Joshua”.

YHWH (Yahweh, Yehovah)

YLT (A bible-translation.) → rsa092.htm


Yom Kippur (Hebrew Yom ha-kippurim, “Day of reconciliations”) – Look under the heading “Atone, atonement”.




Zebulon, Zebulun





Zilpah – Zilpah was the handmaid whom Jacob’s wife Leah gave to him as a concubine, Genesis 30:9. Zilpah was the mother of Asher and Gad.

Zin (the desert of Zin, or Sin as some spell it)

Zion, Sion, Mount Zion

Zorobabel – Look above, under the heading “Zerubbabel”.

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