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'''Etymology'''
 
'''Etymology'''
  
'''SHEARJASHUB''' is given in the Isaiah section of the Book of Mormon as  the name of [[ISAIAH|I<small>SAIAH</small>]]'s son but not as a PN in the Book of Mormon in its own right. The meaning of the name is disputed, but it could be rendered as "a remainder will turn back, will be converted."<ref>[[Ludwig Koehler|Ludwig Koehler]] and [[Walter Baumgartner]], ''The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament'' (Leiden/Boston/Köln, 1999), 4:1379.</ref> In the printer's manuscript the name was written as Shear Jashub, but later was hyphenated to Shear-Jashub. However, from its first publication in 1830 until the present, the unhyphenated form S<small>HEARJASHUB</small> has bee given.
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'''SHEARJASHUB''' is given in the Isaiah section of the Book of Mormon as  the name of [[ISAIAH|I<small>SAIAH</small>]]'s son but not as a PN in the Book of Mormon in its own right. The meaning of the name is disputed, but it could be rendered as "a remainder will turn back, will be converted."<ref>[[Ludwig Koehler|Ludwig Koehler]] and [[Walter Baumgartner]], ''The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament'' (Leiden/Boston/Köln, 1999), 4:1379.</ref> In the printer's manuscript the name was written as Shear Jashub, but later was hyphenated to Shear-Jashub. However, from its first publication in 1830 until the present, the unhyphenated form '''S<small>HEARJASHUB</small>''' has been given.
  
 
See also [[Shearjashub / / Shear Jashub / Shear-jashub Variants]]
 
See also [[Shearjashub / / Shear Jashub / Shear-jashub Variants]]

Revision as of 23:24, 26 June 2013

Biblical PN 1. Son of ISAIAH (2 Nephi 17:3 = Isaiah 7:3)

Etymology

SHEARJASHUB is given in the Isaiah section of the Book of Mormon as the name of ISAIAH's son but not as a PN in the Book of Mormon in its own right. The meaning of the name is disputed, but it could be rendered as "a remainder will turn back, will be converted."[1] In the printer's manuscript the name was written as Shear Jashub, but later was hyphenated to Shear-Jashub. However, from its first publication in 1830 until the present, the unhyphenated form SHEARJASHUB has been given.

See also Shearjashub / / Shear Jashub / Shear-jashub Variants

Variants

Shear Jashub, Shear-Jashub

Deseret Alphabet: 𐐟𐐀𐐊𐐡𐐖𐐀𐐟𐐊𐐒 (ʃiːʌrdʒiːʃʌb)

Notes


  1. Ludwig Koehler and Walter Baumgartner, The Hebrew and Aramaic Lexicon of the Old Testament (Leiden/Boston/Köln, 1999), 4:1379.