Judg|es

Judg|es
Judg|es «JUHJ ihz», noun.
a book of the Old Testament dealing with the period in Jewish history between the death of Joshua and Saul's accession to the throne, when Israel was ruled by judges or magistrates. Abbr: Judg.

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  • Judg — abbrev. Bible Judges * * * …   Universalium

  • Judg — abbrev. Bible Judges …   English World dictionary

  • judg — fore·judg·er; fore·judg·ment; judg·ess; judg·mat·i·cal; judg·mat·i·cal·ly; judg·ment; judg·men·tal; mis·judg·ing·ly; pre·judg·er; pre·judg·ment; for·judg·er; judg·mat·ic; non·judg·men·tal·ly; …   English syllables

  • judg´er — judge «juhj», noun, verb, judged, judg|ing. –n. 1. a public official appointed or elected to hear and decide cases in a law court: »The judge sentenced the speeding driver to pay a fine and hear a lecture on dangerous driving. 2. a person chosen… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Judg. — abbr. Judges (Old Testament). * * * Judges. * * * Judg., (in the Bible) Judges * * * abbr. Bible Judges …   Useful english dictionary

  • judg|mat´i|cal|ly — judg|mat|ic «juhj MAT ihk», adjective. Informal. showing good judgment; judicious; discerning: »Each essay is limited to a single page; their range is wide, their elucidation concise and judgmatic (Atlantic). ╂[< judge + matic, as in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • judg|mat|ic — «juhj MAT ihk», adjective. Informal. showing good judgment; judicious; discerning: »Each essay is limited to a single page; their range is wide, their elucidation concise and judgmatic (Atlantic). ╂[< judge + matic, as in pragmatic]… …   Useful english dictionary

  • judg|mat|i|cal — «juhj MAT uh kuhl», adjective. Informal. judgmatic: »A judgmatical rap over the head stiffened the lying impostor for a time (James Fenimore Cooper) …   Useful english dictionary

  • judg|men|tal — «juhj MEHN tuhl», adjective. having to do with judgment: »a judgmental attitude …   Useful english dictionary

  • Judg — abbreviation Judges …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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