List of biblical names starting with A

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References[edit]

  • Comay, Joan, Who's Who in the Old Testament, Oxford University Press, 1971, ISBN 0-19-521029-8
  • Lockyer, Herbert, All the men of the Bible, Zondervan Publishing House (Grand Rapids, Michigan), 1958
  • Lockyer, Herbert, All the women of the Bible, Zondervan Publishing 1988, ISBN 0-310-28151-2
  • Lockyer, Herbert, All the Divine Names and Titles in the Bible, Zondervan Publishing 1988, ISBN 0-310-28041-9
  • Tischler, Nancy M., All things in the Bible: an encyclopedia of the biblical world , Greenwood Publishing, Westport, Conn. : 2006 ISBN 0-313-33082-4

Inline references[edit]

  1. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  2. ^ John D. Davis (1917). A Dictionary of the Bible. Westminster Press. p. 1. 
  3. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  4. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  5. ^ Evangelical Dictionary of Theology
  6. ^ Nave's Topical Bible
  7. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  8. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  9. ^ Thomas Kelly Cheyne; John Sutherland Black (1899). Encyclopædia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political and Religious History, the Archeology, Geography, and Natural History of the Bible. A. and C. Black. p. 3. 
  10. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  11. ^ M.G. Easton M.A., D.D., Illustrated Bible Dictionary, Third Edition, published by Thomas Nelson, 1897
  12. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  13. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  14. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  15. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  16. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  17. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  18. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  19. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  20. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  21. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  22. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  23. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  24. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  25. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  26. ^ Nave's Topical Bible
  27. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  28. ^ Abel-mizraim, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  29. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  30. ^ Abez, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  31. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  32. ^ Nave's Topical Bible
  33. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  34. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  35. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  36. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  37. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  38. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  39. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  40. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  41. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  42. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  43. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  44. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  45. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  46. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  47. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  48. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  49. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  50. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  51. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  52. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  53. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  54. ^ Cheyne and Black (1899), Encyclopaedia Biblica, entry for "Abimael."
  55. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  56. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  57. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  58. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  59. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  60. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  61. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  62. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  63. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  64. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  65. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  66. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  67. ^ Abiud, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  68. ^ Abner, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  69. ^ Abram, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  70. ^ Abraham, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  71. ^ Absalom, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  72. ^ Aceldama, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  73. ^ Achaia, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  74. ^ Achaicus, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  75. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  76. ^ Achbor, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  77. ^ Achzib, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  78. ^ ,Adadah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  79. ^ T. K. Cheyne; J. Sutherland Black, eds. (1901) [1899]. "Adadah". Encyclopaedia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political, and Religious History, the Archaeology, Geography, and Natural History of the Bible. 1, A-D. New York: The Macmillan Company. 
  80. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  81. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  82. ^ Adam, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  83. ^ Adamah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  84. ^ Adami, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  85. ^ Adar, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  86. ^ Addi, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  87. ^ Addon, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  88. ^ Adin, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  89. ^ Adithaim, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  90. ^ Adonijah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  91. ^ Adrammelech, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  92. ^ Cheyne and Black (1899), Encyclopaedia Biblica, entry for "Adriel." [1]
  93. ^ Ahab, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  94. ^ Ahaz, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  95. ^ Ahi, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  96. ^ Ahijah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  97. ^ Ahikam, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  98. ^ Ahiman, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  99. ^ Ahimelech, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  100. ^ Ahimoth, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  101. ^ Ahira, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  102. ^ T. K. Cheyne; J. Sutherland Black, eds. (1901) [1899]. "Ahishahar". Encyclopaedia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political, and Religious History, the Archaeology, Geography, and Natural History of the Bible. 1, A-D. New York: The Macmillan Company. 
  103. ^ Ahithophel, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  104. ^ Ahitub, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  105. ^ Ahlai, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  106. ^ Aholibamah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  107. ^ Ahumai, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  108. ^ Ai, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  109. ^ Ain, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  110. ^ Alleluia, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  111. ^ Allon, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  112. ^ Almodad, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  113. ^ Almon, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  114. ^ Amal, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  115. ^ Amariah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  116. ^ Amaziah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  117. ^ Ammi, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  118. ^ Ammihud, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  119. ^ Amnon, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  120. ^ Amos, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  121. ^ Amoz, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  122. ^ Amplias, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  123. ^ Amram, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  124. ^ Amzi, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  125. ^ Anab, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  126. ^ Anah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  127. ^ Anaiah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  128. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  129. ^ Anna, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  130. ^ Annas, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  131. ^ Antipatris, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  132. ^ Antothijah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  133. ^ T. K. Cheyne; J. Sutherland Black, eds. (1901) [1899]. "Apharsachites". Encyclopaedia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political, and Religious History, the Archaeology, Geography, and Natural History of the Bible. 1, A-D. New York: The Macmillan Company. 
  134. ^ Aphek, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  135. ^ Apocalypse, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  136. ^ Apocrypha, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  137. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  138. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  139. ^ Nave's Topical Bible
  140. ^ Appaim, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  141. ^ Aquila, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  142. ^ Arabia, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  143. ^ Arad, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  144. ^ Arah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  145. ^ Aram, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  146. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  147. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  148. ^ Araunah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  149. ^ Arba, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  150. ^ Archelaus, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  151. ^ Archippus, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  152. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  153. ^ Easton's Bible Dictionary
  154. ^ Ariel, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  155. ^ Aristarchus, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  156. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  157. ^ New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia
  158. ^ Armageddon, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  159. ^ Artaxerxes, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  160. ^ Arumah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  161. ^ Asa, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  162. ^ Asahel, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  163. ^ Asaiah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  164. ^ Asaph, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  165. ^ Asenath, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  166. ^ Ashan, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  167. ^ Ashkenaz, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  168. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  169. ^ Asiel, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  170. ^ Assir, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  171. ^ Bruce K. Waltke (22 November 2016). Genesis: A Commentary. Zondervan. pp. 325–326. ISBN 978-0-310-53102-9. 
  172. ^ Assos, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  173. ^ Assur, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  174. ^ Asuppim, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  175. ^ Asyncritus, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  176. ^ Atad, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  177. ^ Atarah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  178. ^ Ataroth, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  179. ^ Ater, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  180. ^ T. K. Cheyne; J. Sutherland Black, eds. (1901) [1899]. "Athaiah". Encyclopaedia Biblica: A Critical Dictionary of the Literary, Political, and Religious History, the Archaeology, Geography, and Natural History of the Bible. 1, A-D. New York: The Macmillan Company. 
  181. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  182. ^ Smith's Bible Dictionary
  183. ^ Holman Bible Dictionary (1991)
  184. ^ Holman Bible Dictionary (1991)
  185. ^ Azaz, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  186. ^ Holman Bible Dictionary (1991), "Azgad"
  187. ^ Holman Bible Dictionary (1991), "Aznoth-Tabor".
  188. ^ Azriel, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  189. ^ Azubah, Smith's Bible Dictionary;
  190. ^ Azzur, Smith's Bible Dictionary;