top Δω- names
Δωδώ
  • Meaning: Dodo
  • Note: Father of Elhanan (1Chron 11:26)
Δωδαί
  • Meaning: Dodo
  • Note: Father of Eleazar (1Chron 11:12)
Δωδάμ
  • Meaning: Dodam, Lakkum
  • Note: City in territory of Naphtali (Josh 19:33)
  • Hebrew:
Δωδία
  • Meaning: Dodai
  • Note: Dodai: An Ahohite. Commander-in-chief of David's army for the second month (1Chron 27:4)
  • Note: Dodavah: father of Eliezer (2Chron 20:37)
Δωήκ
  • Meaning: Doeg
  • Note: Edomite, the chief overseer of Saul's flocks (1Sam. 21:7)
Δωθαΐμ
  • Meaning: Dothan, Dothaim
  • Note: A place about 20 km north of Samaria in the hills of Gilboa (Gen 37:17)
Δώκ
  • Meaning: Dok
  • Note: A small fortress near Jericho (1Macc 16:15)
Δωμανά
  • Meaning: Nahalol, Domana
  • Note: City in the territory of Zebulun (Judg 1:30 Vat)
Δώρ
  • Meaning: Dοr
  • Note: A town of the coast of Palestine, South of Carmel (Josh 17:11)
Δωρά
  • Meaning: Dora
  • Note: A town of the coast of Palestine, South of Carmel (1Macc 15:11)
Δωσίθεος
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Dositheus
  • Note: A Levite priest who "in the 4th year of the reign of Ptolemy and Cleopatra" carried the translation of the Book of Esther to Alexandria (Est 10:3L)
Δωταία
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Dothan
  • Note: A town near Esdrelon (Judith 3:9)
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