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|Soldier, 4th c. AD ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/moro/9/2#2 Moroni 9:2])
 
|Soldier, 4th c. AD ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/moro/9/2#2 Moroni 9:2])
 
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'''Etymology'''
  
 
This PN may be a hypocoristicon of the Semitic vocabel ''אmr'', “to speak,” and means “Word (of DN)” or “(DN) has spoken/promised/commanded.” See the biblical  
 
This PN may be a hypocoristicon of the Semitic vocabel ''אmr'', “to speak,” and means “Word (of DN)” or “(DN) has spoken/promised/commanded.” See the biblical  
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See also [[Emron/Emer Variant]]
 
See also [[Emron/Emer Variant]]
  
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'''Variants'''
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[[Emron/Emer Variant|Emron]]
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'''Deseret Alphabet:'''
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'''Notes'''
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[[Category:Names]][[Category:Lehite PN]]
 
[[Category:Names]][[Category:Lehite PN]]

Revision as of 04:08, 8 June 2012

Lehite PN 1. Soldier, 4th c. AD (Moroni 9:2)

Etymology

This PN may be a hypocoristicon of the Semitic vocabel אmr, “to speak,” and means “Word (of DN)” or “(DN) has spoken/promised/commanded.” See the biblical Hebrew PN ‘mrō, “his command,” in Job 20:29 (RFS) and possibly from the same root* Imri and Omri, both mentioned in 1 Chronicles 9:4 (JH).

Cf. Book of Mormon EMER, OMER, MORON, AMORON, et al.

See also Emron/Emer Variant

Variants

Emron

Deseret Alphabet:

Notes