Samouél: Samuel, a prophet and judge in Isr.Original Word: Σαμουήλ, ὁPart of Speech:
Proper Noun, IndeclinableTransliteration:
Samuel, a Hebrew prophet.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of Hebrew origin ShemuelDefinition
Samuel, a prophet and judge in Isr.NASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4545: ΣαμουήλΣαμουήλ
, for שְׁמוּעֲאֵל
, i. e. 'beard of God', from שָׁמַע
; cf. 1 Samuel 1:20, 27
(see B. D.
under the word )), ὁ (indeclinable; Josephus (Antiquities 5, 10, 3) Σαμουηλος, Σαμουηλου), Samuel, the son of Elkanah by his wife Anna (or Hannah), the last of the שֹׁפְטִים or judges, a distinguished prophet, and the founder of the prophetic order. He gave the Jews their first kings, Saul and David: Acts 3:24; Acts 13:20; Hebrews 11:32. (1 Samuel 1-25; cf. 1 Samuel 28; Sir. 46:13ff.)<1>
Of Hebrew origin (Shmuw'el); Samuel (i.e. Shemuel), an Israelite -- Samuel.
see HEBREW Shmuw'el