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'''Etymology'''
 
'''Etymology'''
  
'''MELEK''' is the name of a Lehite land mentioned five times in the Book of Mormon. '''M<small>ELEK</small>''' is most likely derived from the Hebrew ''meleḳ'', "king".
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'''MELEK''' is the name of a Lehite land mentioned five times in the Book of Mormon. '''M<small>ELEK</small>''' is most likely derived from the [[HEBREW|H<small>EBREW</small>]] ''meleḳ'', "king".
  
 
Cf. Book of Mormon [[AMALEKI|A<small>MALEKI</small>]], [[AMALICKIAH|A<small>MALICKIAH</small>]], [[AMLICI|A<small>MLICI</small>]], [[MULEK|M<small>ULEK</small>]], [[AMULEK|A<small>MULEK</small>]], [[MELCHIZEDEK|M<small>ELCHIZEDEK</small>]], [[MULOKI|M<small>ULOKI</small>]].
 
Cf. Book of Mormon [[AMALEKI|A<small>MALEKI</small>]], [[AMALICKIAH|A<small>MALICKIAH</small>]], [[AMLICI|A<small>MLICI</small>]], [[MULEK|M<small>ULEK</small>]], [[AMULEK|A<small>MULEK</small>]], [[MELCHIZEDEK|M<small>ELCHIZEDEK</small>]], [[MULOKI|M<small>ULOKI</small>]].

Revision as of 18:01, 24 October 2013

Lehite GN 1. Lehite land (Alma 8:3, 4 (x2), 6 (x2); 31:6; 35:13; 45:18)

Etymology

MELEK is the name of a Lehite land mentioned five times in the Book of Mormon. MELEK is most likely derived from the HEBREW meleḳ, "king".

Cf. Book of Mormon AMALEKI, AMALICKIAH, AMLICI, MULEK, AMULEK, MELCHIZEDEK, MULOKI.

Variants

Deseret Alphabet: 𐐣𐐀𐐢𐐇𐐗 (miːlɛk)

Notes