Definition of Sabaoth in English:

Sabaoth

Line breaks: Saba|oth
Pronunciation: /ˈsabeɪɒθ
 
, saˈbeɪɒθ
 
/

noun

archaic
The hosts of heaven (in the biblical titleLord (God) of Sabaoth’).
More example sentences
  • Everything that lives cries, ‘Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God of Sabaoth.’
  • Yahveh, the God of the Israelites who revealed his name to Moses, was Yahveh Sabaoth, the God of armies.
  • The Lord of Sabaoth is a just and equitable God.

Origin

via Latin from Greek Sabaōth, from Hebrew ṣĕḇā'ōṯ, plural of ṣābā' 'host (of heaven)'.

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