Lehi

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Not to be confused with Lehigh (disambiguation). ‹See Tfd›

Lehi refers to:

In Mormonism:

  • Lehi (Book of Mormon prophet), a prophet in the Book of Mormon of the 7th–6th centuries BC
  • Lehi, son of Helaman, another prophet in the Book of Mormon of the late 1st century BC
  • Lehi, a Nephite military commander in the Book of Mormon
  • Lehi, a fourth figure in the Book of Mormon, son of Zoram

Places:

  • Lehi, a location in Judea mentioned in the story of Samson in the Bible. The place's name in full is Ramath Lehi = Jawbone Hill. Here also, Shammah the Hararite, a strong man of David, held his ground in a field of lentils, when Israelites retreated from the Philistines. (2 Samuel 23:11-12)
  • Lehi, Utah, a city in Utah
    • Lehi, Utah Transit Authority commuter rail station
  • Lehi, Arizona, a traditionally Mormon agricultural community, now a neighborhood in north central Mesa, Arizona

Other Uses:

  • Lehi (group), a Jewish/Zionist militant group whose centre of operations was the British Mandate of Palestine (also known as the "Stern Group" or "Stern Gang")