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Ishmael in English
(Old Testament) first son of Abraham (considered to be the father of the Arab peoples); male first name

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Ishmael in Chinese (s)
以实玛利 (希伯来男名)

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Ishmael in Arabic
اسماعيل, (العهد القديم) الابن الاول لابراهيم (الذي يعتبر هو ابو العرب) ; اسم اول مذكر

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Ishmael in Spanish
Ishmael (nombre hebreo), Ismael

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Ishmael in Dutch
Ismaël (Hebreeuwse naam)

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Ishmael in Portuguese
(Velho Testamento) Ismael, primeiro filho de Abraão (considerado o pai dos povos árabes); nome próprio masculino

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Ishmael in Turkish
İsmail (Ishmael), (Eski Ahit) İbrahim'in (Abraham) ilk oğlu (Arap halkının babası olarak kabul edilir); erkek ismi

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Ishmael in Italian
Ismaele (nome ebraico)

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Ishmael in French
Ismaël, prénom masculin; fils d'Avraham et de la servante Agar (Ancien Testament), considéré comme l'ancêtre des peuples arabes

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Ishmael in German
Ismael, hebräischer Name; (Altes Testament) erster Sohn Abrahams (als Vater der Araber betrachtet)

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Ishmael in Japanese
イシュマエル, (旧約聖書)アブラハムの長男(アラブ人の父とも考えられた); ヘブライ語の名前

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Ishmael in Hebrew
ישמעאל (שם עברי)

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Ishmael in Swedish
Ishmael, hebreiskt namn

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Ishmael in English
ishmael
n
1. (old testament) the son of abraham who was cast out after the birth of isaac; considered the forebear of 12 arabian tribes [syn: ishmael]


2. a person who is rejected (from society or home) [syn: outcast, castaway, pariah, ishmael]


ishmael
god hears.
1. abraham's eldest son, by hagar the concubine (gen. 16:15; 17:23). he was born at mamre, when abraham was eighty-six years of age, eleven years after his arrival in canaan (16:3; 21:5). at the age of thirteen he was circumcised (17:25). he grew up a true child of the desert, wild and wayward. on the occasion of the weaning of isaac his rude and wayward spirit broke out in expressions of insult and mockery (21:9, 10); and sarah, discovering this, said to abraham, "expel this slave and her son." influenced by a divine admonition, abraham dismissed hagar and her son with no more than a skin of water and some bread. the narrative describing this act is one of the most beautiful and touching incidents of patriarchal life (gen. 21:14-16). (see hagar.) ishmael settled in the land of paran, a region lying between canaan and the mountains of sinai; and "god was with him, and he became a great archer" (gen. 21:9-21). he became a great desert chief, but of his history little is recorded. he was about ninety years of age when his father abraham died, in connection with whose burial he once more for a moment reappears. on this occasion the two brothers met after being long separated. "isaac with his hundreds of household slaves, ishmael with his troops of wild retainers and half-savage allies, in all the state of a bedouin prince, gathered before the cave of machpelah, in the midst of the men of heth, to pay the last duties to the 'father of the faithful,' would make a notable subject for an artist" (gen. 25:9). of the after events of his life but little is known. he died at the age of one hundred and thirty-seven years, but where and when are unknown (25:17). he had twelve sons, who became the founders of so many arab tribes or colonies, the ishmaelites, who spread over the wide desert spaces of northern arabia from the red sea to the euphrates (gen. 37:25, 27, 28; 39:1), "their hand against every man, and every man's hand against them."
2. the son of nethaniah, "of the seed royal" (jer. 40:8, 15). he plotted against gedaliah, and treacherously put him and others to death. he carried off many captives, "and departed to go over to the ammonites."
ishmael
god that hears


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The son of Abraham, Ishmael is known as Ismail in Arabic. For Islam, Ishmael is the ancestor of the (northern) Arabs. He is a prophet , and assisted Abraham in buildling the Kaba . He is seen as the most important of Abraham's two sons; this is the reverse of Judaism and Christianity which sees Isaac as the dominant son. Indeed, in the story about Abraham almost sacrificing his son, Islam identifies the son as Ishmael, not Isaac.

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(whom God hears).
→ The son of Abraham by Hagar the Egyptian his concubine; born when Abraham was fourscore and six years old. (Genesis 16:15,16) (B.C. 1910.) Ishmael was the first-born of his father. He was born in Abraham's house when he dwelt in the plain of Mamre; and on the institution of the covenant of circumcision, was circumcised, he being then thirteen years old (Genesis 17:26) With the institution of the covenant, God renewed his promise respecting Ishmael. He does not again appear in the narrative until the weaning of Isaac. At the great feast made in celebration of the weaning, "Sarah saw the son of Hagar the Egyptian, which she had borne unto Abraham, mocking," and urged Abraham to cast him and his mother out. Comforted by the renewal of God's promise to make of Ishmael a great nation, Abraham sent them away, and they departed and wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba. His mother took Ishmael a wife out of the land of Egypt." (Genesis 21:9-21) This wife of Ishmael was the mother of the twelve sons and one daughter. Of the later life of Ishmael we know little. He was present with Isaac at the burial of Abraham. He died at the age of 137 years. (Genesis 25:17,18) The sons of Ishmael peopled the north and west of the Arabian peninsula, and eventually formed the chief element of the Arab nation, the wandering Bedouin tribes. They are now mostly Mohammedans who look to him as their spiritual father, as the Jews look to Abraham. Their language, which is generally acknowledged to have been the Arabic community so called, has been adopted with insignificant exceptions throughout Arabia. The term "Ishmaelite" occur on three occasions: (Genesis 37:25,27,28; 39:1; Judges 8:24; Psalms 83:6)
→ One of the sons of Azel, a descendant of Saul through Meribbaal or Mephibosheth. (1 Chronicles 8:38; 9:44)
→ A man of Judah, father of Zebadiah. (2 Chronicles 19:11)
→ Another man of Judah, son of Jehohanan; one of the captains of hundreds who assisted Jehoiada in restoring Joash to the throne. (2 Chronicles 23:1)
→ A priest of the Bene-Pashur, who was forced by Ezra to relinquish his foreign wife. (Ezra 10:22)
→ The son of Nethaniah; a perfect marvel of craft and villainy, whose treachery forms one of the chief episodes of the history of the period immediately succeeding the first fall of Jerusalem. His exploits are related in (Jeremiah 40:7; Jeremiah 41:16) with a short summary. During the siege of the city he had fled across the Jordan where he found a refuge at the court of Baalis. After the departure of the Chaldeans, Ishmael made no secret of his intention to kill the superintendent left by the king of Babylon and usurp his position. Of this Zedaliah was warned in express terms by Johanan and his companions, but notwithstanding entertained Ishmael and his followers at a feast, (Jeremiah 41:1) during which Ishmael murdered Gedaliah and all his attendants. The same night he killed all Zedaliah's establishment, including some Chaldean soldiers who were there. For two days the massacre remained entirely unknown to the people of the town. On the second day eighty devotees were bringing incense and offerings to the ruins of the temple. At his invitation they turned aside to the residence of the superintendent, and there Ishmael and his band butchered nearly the whole number: ten only escaped by offering a heavy ransom for their lives. This done he descended to the town, surprised and carried off the daughters of King Zedekiah, who had been sent there by Nebuchadnezzar for safety, with their eunuchs and their Chaldean guard, (Jeremiah 41:10,16) and all the people of the town, and made off with his prisoners to the country of the Ammonites. The news of the massacre had by this time got abroad, and Ishmael was quickly pursued by Johanan and his companions. He was attacked, two of his bravos slain, the whole of the prey recovered; and Ishmael himself with the remaining eight of his people, escaped to the Ammonites.
  

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Ishmael ( ISO 259-3 Yišmaˁel; Ismaēl; ; ) is a figure in the Hebrew Bible and the Qur'an, and was Abraham's first son according to Jews, Christians and Muslims. Ishmael was born of Abraham's marriage to Sarah's handmaiden Hagar . According to the Genesis account, he died at the age of 137 .

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Noun
1. (Old Testament) the son of Abraham who was cast out after the birth of Isaac; considered the forebear of 12 Arabian tribes
(hypernym) patriarch
(classification) Old Testament
2. a person who is rejected (from society or home)
(synonym) outcast, castaway, pariah
(hypernym) unfortunate, unfortunate person
(hyponym) heretic, misbeliever, religious outcast


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God that hears
  

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God hears. (1.) Abraham's eldest son, by Hagar the concubine (Gen. 16:15; 17:23). He was born at Mamre, when Abraham was eighty-six years of age, eleven years after his arrival in Canaan (16:3; 21:5). At the age of thirteen he was circumcised (17:25). He grew up a true child of the desert, wild and wayward. On the occasion of the weaning of Isaac his rude and wayward spirit broke out in expressions of insult and mockery (21:9, 10); and Sarah, discovering this, said to Abraham, "Expel this slave and her son." Influenced by a divine admonition, Abraham dismissed Hagar and her son with no more than a skin of water and some bread. The narrative describing this act is one of the most beautiful and touching incidents of patriarchal life (Gen. 21:14-16). (See HAGAR.) Ishmael settled in the land of Paran, a region lying between Canaan and the mountains of Sinai; and "God was with him, and he became a great archer" (Gen. 21:9-21). He became a great desert chief, but of his history little is recorded. He was about ninety years of age when his father Abraham died, in connection with whose burial he once more for a moment reappears. On this occasion the two brothers met after being long separated. "Isaac with his hundreds of household slaves, Ishmael with his troops of wild retainers and half-savage allies, in all the state of a Bedouin prince, gathered before the cave of Machpelah, in the midst of the men of Heth, to pay the last duties to the 'father of the faithful,' would make a notable subject for an artist" (Gen. 25:9). Of the after events of his life but little is known. He died at the age of one hundred and thirty-seven years, but where and when are unknown (25:17). He had twelve sons, who became the founders of so many Arab tribes or colonies, the Ishmaelites, who spread over the wide desert spaces of Northern Arabia from the Red Sea to the Euphrates (Gen. 37:25, 27, 28; 39:1), "their hand against every man, and every man's hand against them." (2.) The son of Nethaniah, "of the seed royal" (Jer. 40:8, 15). He plotted against Gedaliah, and treacherously put him and others to death. He carried off many captives, "and departed to go over to the Ammonites."

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Ishmael in Arabic
إِسْمَاعِيلُ

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Ishmael in Russian
(n) изгнанник; ишмейл; отщепенец; пария (0) измаил; исмаил; ишмаэл

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Ishmael in Portuguese
Ismael
Livros de IK

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[termos bíblicos] ismael

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Ishmael in Vietnamese

['iʃmeiəl]

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Ishmael in Bulgarian
['ishmei@l, 'ish,mi@lait] n библ., прен. парий.

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Ishmael in Persian
اسمعيل‌ فرزند ابراهيم‌ و هاجر

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اسمعيل فرزند ابراهيم و هاجر

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اسمعيل‌ فرزند ابراهيم‌ و هاجر

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¤›‘û ّ ô‏ûگ¤“گ ¢÷¥¤ê ٌ‏مُ¨گ

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Ishmael in Swedish
ismael

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