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Bir'za-vith
Bi-thi'ah
Biz-jotii'jah
Boch'e-i'u
Bo'^chim
Bo§^o-ra
Buk-kl'ah



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Cad' mi-el

C8es-a-re'§i

Ca'ia-phas

Ca-i'nan

Cal-a mol'a lus

Cal-de'a

Cal'i-tas

Cal-iis'the-ne§

Ca'naan

Ca'naan-ites

Can'da-ce, or

Can-da'ce
Ca-per'na-um
Caph-^r-sal'^-
ma



C^i-phen'si-thJi

Ca-plii'ra

Caph'tg-rini

Cap-pa-do'ci-a

Car-a-ba'§i-9n

Car'chci-niis

C'ar'che-mish

Ca-ri'ah

Ca'ri-a

Car'u9-im

Car'nj-on [ma

Car-piia-sal'a-

Car-she'na

Ca-siph'i-gi

Cas'Ieu

Cas'lu-him

Ca-th'u'a

Cei'lan

Cen'chre-a

Cen-de-be'us

Ces-a-re'?

jBha'di-as

J0ha;'re-as

£!bal-de'a

^han-nu-ne'us

£;har-a-ath'5i-

jeiiar'a-ca [lar

gJhar'a-sim

jEliar'che-

mtsh
J0ha'ie-a
JBhas'e-b^i
ehed-or-la'o-

mer, or
jBhed-or-la-

6'mer
jehel'ci-as
jBhe-lu'bai
J0he-iia'a-nah
J0hen'a-ni
J0hen-a-ni'ah
jehe^phi'rah
J0he're-as
J0her'eth-im§
J0her'et.h-ites
J0he'ri'th
£!he'rub, city.
J6hes'a-lon
£!he-sQl'loth
-Che-thi'jm
jBhet-ti'im
J0hil'e-ab
jBbi-lT'on, or

J0hil'i-on
J0hin'ne-reth
£!hin'ne-roth
J0hi'os ■
J0his'leu
J0hit'tim
jBhob'jiT
jGho-ra'shan



j6ho-ra'zin

jBlios-a-me'us

jBlig-ze'b?

jBliu'shan

Ci-li"ci-a

Cin'ne-reth

CIn'ne-ioth

Cir'51-ma

Ci'sai

Clau'di-ai

Clau'di-us

Cle'o-pSLS

Cle-o-pa'tr^i

ClS'o-phas

Cni'dus (ill'-)

Coel-o-syr'i-Ei

Col-ho'zeh

C6'li-us ■

Co-los'se

Co-los'si-^n§

Co-nl'ah

Con-o-ni'sdi

Cor'i'nth

Cu'shan

CQ'shi

Cuth'ah, or

Cu'th^ih
Cy'a-mon
Cyr'a-ma
Cy-re'ne
Cy-re'ni-us



D.



Dab'a-reli

Dab'ba-sheth

Dab'e-rath

Da'bri-a

Da-c6'bi

Dad-de'us

Dai 'sail

Dal-a-i'ah

Dal-ma.'ti-?i

Dal-m^-nu'tliai

Dam'a-ris

Dan-ja'an

Da'ri-9.n

Dath'e-ma

De-cap 'o-lis

Dg'dan

Ded'a-nim

De-ha'vites

Dll-a-I'ah

Del'i-lah, or

De-li'Iah
De-me'tri-us
Dem'o-phon
Des'jiiu, or

Des'sa-u
De-Q'el'
Dib'la-im



Dib-la-tha'jra

Did'y-mus

Dil'e-an

Di-mo'nah

Din'ha-bah

Di-o-ny''s}-us

Di-ot're-phe§

Diz'a-liab

Dod'a-i, or

Do-da'I
Dod'a-nlm, or

Do-da'n|m
Dod'a-vah
Do-rym'e-ne§
Do-sith'e-us,or

Do-si-the'us
Do'tha-im, or

Do-tha'jm

E.

E'a-ne^
^-bed'me-

_ lech, or

E'bed-me'-
legb
5-bi'a-saph
g-bro'n^th
|l-ca'nus
|lc-bat'9-n^
^d-di'as
£d'i-e-i
Eg'la-im, or

JEg-la'im
Ek're-bel
El'a-dah, or

JE-la'd^h
El'a-sah, or

^'-la'saJi
E'lath
ei-beth'el
El'ci-a
El'da-'sLli, or

51-da'£ili
E'le-ad
E-le-a'leh
^-le'a-sa
]g-le'a-sah, or
'_ E-le-a'sah
E-le-a'z^ir
E-le-a-zu'rus
El-e-l5'he, or

51-eI'o-hS
5-leu'the-rus
fel-eu-za'i, or

E-leu'za-i
51-lia'nan
?-lI'a-dih
jp-Ii'a-das
^l-II'a-dun
I li'Jih



SCRIPTURE PROPER NAMES,



359



g-li'ah-ba

g-ll'a-kiin

B li'^-ll

|:-li'ain

JE-li-a-o-ni'jis

E-li'a-saph

E-Ii'a-shib

E-lI'a-sil»

E ll'a SIS

ll-li'a-tha

fi li'dad

F/ii el

K-li-e'iia-i

K li-e'zer

t:-ll'lia-ba

El-j-lio-e'iia-i

El-i-ho'reph

E-li'hu

l-li'jstii

El'i-ka, or

_ :g-ll'ka

E'lim

§-lim'e-legh

E-li-ce'nai-i

E-li-o'nsis

El'i-phal

]P-liph'?i-leJl

|:-liph'a-let

fil'i-phaz, or

E-li'phaz
E-li?'a-beth
El-i-s5'us
5-lIsli'a[-mah
5-lisli'a-phat
5-lisIi'e-ba
El-i-shu'^j or

^-lish'u-a
E-iis'i-mus
?-li'ud
jp-llz'a-phan
El-i-ze'us
5-li'zur
El'ka-nali, or

El-ka'nah
£l'*Ia-sar, or

J|:i-la'sar
Jgl-mo'dam, or

El'mo-dam
fil'na-a'm
El'iia-than, or

^l-na'thatn

El'pa-al, or

^l-pa'ail
fil'pa-let, or

Jgl-pa'let
^1-pa'ran
El'te-keh, or

51-te'keh
El'te-kon'
El'to-l&d, or



^i-to'lad
|;-lu'za-i
El-y-ma'is
El'y-mas
El'za-bad
El'za-phan, or

|ll-za'phan
5ai-man'u-el
Ein'ma-i3s
g-nas'i-bus
E'ne-as
En-eg-la'im, or

gu-eg'la-im
En-e-mes'sar
g-ne'ni-us
^n-gan'nim
En'ge-di, or

enl|e'di
;gn-hak'ko-re
gn-ha'zor
|ln-r6'gel
En'she-mesli

En-she'mesli
Jgn-tap'pu-ah
Ep'a-phras
]g-paph-ro-di'-

tus
^-pen'e-tus
E'pliai*
Epli'e-sus
Epli'pha-tha
E'plira in
Eph'ra-tah
g-pipii'^i-nef
E'rech
^-^a'ias
E-sar-had'don
E'^fiy

Es-dia-5'lon
Jgs-dre'lon
Es'e-bon
]E-se'bri-as
Esh'ba-al, or
_ 5sli-ba'al
E'she-an, or

Esh'e-an
Esh'^ta-^1
5sli-teiri'o-a
Esli'te-m5li

Est'ha-ol
Es'ther {es'ter)
Eth'a-nim
Eth'ba-al, or

Eth-ba'ail
Eu-buMus
Eu-er'ge-te§
Eu'me-ne|
Eu'na-tan
Eu-ni'ce, or

£u'n}ce



Eu-o'di^s

Eii'pa-tdr

Eu-plira'tef

Eu-pol'e-mus

Eu-roc'iy-don

Eu'ty-chus

Ez'ha-J

Ez-e-clii'sis

Ez-e-ri'as

^-zl'as

E'zi-on-gg'ber



G.



Gab'a-el
Gab'a-tha
Gab'b^-i, or

Gab'bai
Gab'bTi-thai
Ga'bri-as
Ga'bri-el
Gad'^-rgi
Gad'di-el
Gii.'\\xs{ga.'yus)
Gal'a-ad
Gal'e-ed
Gal'ga-151
GalMi-5
Gam'a-el
G^L-ma'ij-el
Gar'j -zim
Ga-za'rai
Ga-ze'ra
;&ed-a-li'ah
jGe-de'rah
j&e-de'roth
j&6d-e-roth-a.'-
fie-hk'zl [im
j&6l'i-loth
;&em-a-rl'?ih
;&e-nes'a-retll
j&e-ne'zar
;&en-ne'sar
;&en-ne'us
jGe-nu'bath
;Ger-ge-sene§'
j&er'i-zim

jGe-riz'jKijO.
jGesh'u-rl
jGeth-sem'a-ne
jGe-u'el

i&e'u-el, C.
jGib'be-thon
;&ib'e-ah
jGib'e-gn
;&id'e-on
j&id-e-6'ni
j&il'a-lai
;&il'bo-a
£til'e-ad
;&i'lo-iiite



.Gin^ne-th©
XJin'ue-tiioa
j&it'ta-im
Grii'dus (jil'-)
Gol'go-tha
Go-li'ath
Gor'*i-as
Gor'ty-nfi, or

G9r-ty'njL
Go-tJiou'i-el
Gud'go-dah
GUr-ba''al



H,



Ha-^-hash't^-

Ha-ba'iah [rl

Hab'ak-kuk

Hab-a-zi-ni'ah

Hach-51-li'ah

Hach'i-lah'

Hacli'm9-nl

Hach'mo-nlte

Had-ad-e'zer

Had-ar-e'zer

Had'a-sliali

Had'la-I

Ha-do'ratn

Hag'a-bah

Hag'ga-i

Hag'|e-ri

Hag-|i'ah

Hak'kat-tan

Ha-ku'pha

Hal-16'esh

Hatn'i-tai

Ham'me-lech

Ham-mol'e^

keth
Ham'o-nah
H?-mu'el
Ha-riiu'tal
Ha-iiam'e-el
Ha-nan'e-el
Han'^-nl
Haii-a-ni'sLh
Han'i-el
Han'na-thon
Han'ni-el
Ha'nun
Haph-a-ra'jm
Har'a-dah
Har-bo'nah
Har'ne-pher
Har'o-gh
Har'o-sheth
Ha-ru'maph
Ha-ru'phite
Has-a-di'^ih
Has-e-nu'ah



Hash-aib-ni'?h

H ash-bad 'jt-nj

Hash-mo'n^ih

Ha-shu'b?h

Hsi-shu'phsi

Has-se-na'^h

Ha-su'pha

lia-ti'phgi

Hat'i-ta

Hat-ta'9-vah

Hat'ti-con

Hav'i-lah

Haz'a-el

Ha-za'iah-

Ha-Zit-i'?ll,P,
Ha-ze'rim
Ha-ze'roth
Haz'e-zon
Ha'zi-el
Haz'u-bah
Heg'i-i
Hel-chi'?ife
Hel'Sa-i
He-li'as
Hll'ka-I
Hel-ki'?s
Heii'a-dad
Hephi'zi-bah
Her-mog'e-nef
He-r6'd|-as
He-r6'di-8n
Hez'e-ki
Hez-e-ki'sih
He'zi-on
Hez'ra-i
Hid'da-i
Hid'de-kel
Hl-e-rap'o-lis
Hi-er'e-ei
Hi-er'e-moth
Hi-er-i-e'lus

Hl-e-ron'y-

mus
Hig-ga'ion
Hil-kl'aii
Hir-ca'nuB
Hiz-ki'?ih
Ho-ba'iah
Hod-a-i'ah
Hod-a-vi'gih
Ho-de'vah
Ho-di'ali
Ho-di'jah
Hor-o-na'ira
Hor'o-nite
Ho-se'a
Hosn-a-i'aih
Hosh'a-ma
Ho-shS'? '
Hu'rfii



mo



SCRIFTUSE PEOPSR NAMES.



Hu'shai
Hy-me-fle'yR

I.

Ib'le-am

Jb-n£'iah

Ib-ul'j^li

ich'si-bod

iHCo'ni-uin

id'a-lih

Id'u-el

Id-u-me'f
Sg-d§i-li'^i

Ij-e-ab'&-r5m

I'lai

Il-lyv'i-cum

|m-man'u-el

Iph-e-de'i^h

|-ri'jali

ir'nai-Msb

ir'pe-el

Ir-slie'mesh

I-§a'iah (-yah)
Is'dai-el
Ish'bo'-sheth
Ish'm^-el

Ish-ma'iah
Xsh'me-el-ites
Ish'me-rai
Ish'u-ah
Ish'u-ai
Ish'u-i
ts-ma-chi'ah
is-mEi-i'ah -
Ss'sgi-char

Is'u-ah

Is'u-i

Ith'^-miir

ith'i-el

Ith're-3.in

It'tgi-i

It-u-re'a

Iz'e-har

Iz-rat-hi'^h

Iz'r§-§1



Ja'^-k&n

J?i-ak'9-bah

J^-a'l^h

Ja'51-nai [|im

J^i-ar-e-or'e-

Ja'a-siu



Ja-a'si-el

Ja-az-a-ni'^lt

Ja-a'zer

Ja-st-zi'ftll

Ja-a'zi-el

Jab'ne-el

Ja-da'u

jFid-du'ai

Ja-bal'e-lef

J^-ha'zah

Ja-lia-zi'all

J3 lia'zi-el

Jih'da-i

iiili'di-el

Jah'le-§t

Jali'ina-i

Jah'ze-el

Jiili'ze-rah

Jab'zi-el

Ja'i-r5s, or

Ja-i'rijs
J^m-ni'a
Ja-no'ah
J^-phi'fi
Japh'le-ti
Jar-e si'jli
Jar'i-moth

Jas'g-el

J^-sho^be-ara

Jash'u-bi

Ja'si-el

J^-su'bus

Jath'ni-el

Ja'zi-el

Je'a-rim

Je-at'e-rai

Je-ber-e-chi'aih

Je-bu'si ^

JeG-9-mI'ah

Jech-9-li'^i

Jegb-o-ni'as

Jec-o-li'ah

Jec-o-nl'ah

Jec-o-ni'^s

Je-da'isdi

Je-de'iah

Je-dl'fi-el

Jed'i-dah

Jed-i-di'^h

Je'di-el

Jed'u-thun, or

Je-du'thyn
Je-g'Ii
Je-e'lua
Je-e'zer
Je-ha'ie-el
Je-hal'e-lel
JS-h^-l5'le-el
Jeh-de'i§ih
Je-hez'e-kel



Je-Iii'ah

Je lii'el

Je-bi'e-li

JSe-biz-k5'ab

Je-hS'^-dib

Je-ho'a-baz

Je-ho'ash

Je-bo'iia-nan

Je-lioi'fi-Ciii»

Je-hoi'a cla

Je-h&i'a-kino

Je-bai'a-rlb

Je-lion'a-dab

Je-h6n'9^than

Je-ho-shab'e-

ath

Je-hosb'3-phat
Je-bosh'e-b^
Je-iiosh'u-a
[ Je-boz'aL-bad
' Je-hoz'fi-dak
Je'hu-cal
Je-hii'di
Jg-bu-di'j^h
Jei'el
Je-kab'ze-el
Jek-a-me'^am
Jek-a-ml'ab
Je-kCi'thi-el
Jcm'i-ma, or

Je-mu'el

Je-rab'me-el

Jer'e-cbus

Jer'e-mai

Jer'e-motb

Je-ii'ali

Jer'j-bai

Je'vj-el

Je-iiOah

Jer'i-moth

J5'ri-6tb

Je-rul)'b^-al

Je-rub'e-sheth

Jer'u-el

Je-ru'sbgi

Je-sa'ifih

J^-sha'iah

Jesl/a-nab

Jesb-ar'e-lab

Je-sbeb'e-ab

Jesh'i-mon

Je-shlsh'si-i

Jesh-o-ba-i'ah

Jesh'u-rQn

Je-si'ah

Je-sirn'j-el

Jes'su-e

Jes'u-i



Je'u-el

Jez-a-ni'^b

Je-ze'lus

Je-zf'^b

Je'zi-el

Jez-ii'^b

Jez'o-ar

Jer-r^-bi'^fe

Jez're-el

Jipb'tli^li-el

J5'a cbaz

Jo'^-cblm

Jo-9-da'iiii&

Jo'a-haz

Jo'a-kTra

Jo-a'ngn

Jo'^-rib

Jo'a-tbam

Jecli'e-bed

Jo-e'l^h

Jo-e'zer

J&g'be-hab

Jg-ha'n^n

Joi'a-da

Joi'^-kim

Jbi'^-rib

Jok'de-am

Jok'me-am

Jok''ne-am -

Jok'tbe-ei

Jon'^-dab

Jor'i-bas

Jor'i-bfis

Jar'ko-9.m

Jos'a-bad

Jos'a-phat

Jos-a-phi'as

Jos'e-decb

Josli'a-bad

Josh'a-ph'at

Josb-a-vi'^b

Jgsb-bek'a-

sbah
Jos-i-bi'ah
Jos i-pbl'ah
Jot^ijfi-tb-ih
Joz'a-bad
Joz'a-cbar
Joz'a-dak
Ju-siiab'he-sec



K.



Kab'ze-el

Kad'nii-el

Kal'la-1 ■

Ka-re'ab

Kar'ka-51

Kar'na-im

Ked'e-mS.h



Ked^e-Hiofls

Ke-h61'a-tbals

Ker'lab

Ke-la'i^h

K6l'i-ta

Ke-mu'el

Ker-en-liap^-

pucli
Ke'ri-5tb
Ke-tii'rah
Kib'roth H?t-

ta'si-vali
Kih'za im
Kid''ron
Kir-bar'a-seth
Kii'ba-resh
Kir'be-resh
Kir'i-itb
Kir-i-a-tba'iiB
Kir'i-oth
Kisb'i-on
Kit'ron
Kol-g-i'ah
Kush-a'iah



L.



La'^-dab

La'^-dan

Lab'^-n^

La'chisb

La-cu'iius

La-bai'rbi

La-bd-i-ce'a

Lap'i-dotb

L^-se'a

La-sba'ron '

Las't.be-ne§

Leb'a-nalv

Leb'a-oth

Leb-be'us

Le-bo'nah

LG'ba-bim

Lem'u-el

Le-tii'sbim

Lib'a-nus

Lod'e-bar, or

Lo-de'bar
Lo Ru'ba-mab
Loth-a-su'bus
Lyc-a-o'ni-a
Ly-su'ni-as
Ly"si-as
Ly-sim'a-chus

M.

Ma'a-chab

M^-ad^ai

Ma-a-di'ah



SCRIPTURE PROPER NAMES.



361



Ma-al'eh

Ma'a-ni

Ma'fi-rath

Ma-Ei-se'isih

Mai-as'j-ai

Ma-a-si'as

Ma-a-zi'^ih

Mab'da-i

Mac'?i-lon

Mac-c^-be'us

Mach'b^i-nai

Mach'be-nah

Mach-n^-de'-

bai
Mach-pe'lah
MaS'a-i
Ma-di'a-bun
Ma-di'ah
Mad-me'n^h
Ma-e'lus
Mag'dEi-la
Mag'd^-len
Mag-d?i-le'ne
Mag'di-el
Mag'pj-ash
Ma'ha-lah
Ma-ha-la'le-el
Ma'lia-lath
Ma-ha'le-el
Ma'hfi-li ■
Ma-h^i-na'im
Ma'hsi-iieh, or
"Ma-ha'neh
Ma-har'a-I
Ma-ha'zi-oth
Mai-an'e-as
Mak-he'loth
Mak-ke'dfih
Ma^'a-ghl
Mal-ghl'ah
Mal'chi-el
Mal-chl'jah
Mal-chi'ram
Mal-chi-siiu'a
M^-l5'le-el
Mal'lQ-thi
Ma-ma'ias
Mam-ni-ta-

nai'mus
Ma-mu'chus
Man'^-en
Man'a-hath
Man-as-se'as.
Msi-no'ah
Mar'^-lah
Mar-do-che'us
M?-re'sliah
Mar'i-sa
Mar'j-motli
Mar'se-na, or
Mar-se'n£i



Mas'a-loth

Ma-si'as

Mis're'-kah

Mas-si' fts

Math-a-ni'as

Ma-thu'sa-lJi

Mat-tlia-ni'as

Mat't^i-nah

Mat-t^i-ni'ah

Mat'ta-tha

Mat'ta-thah

Mat-ta-tlii'5is

Mat-te-na'i

Mat-tile 'las

Mat-thl'as

Mat-ti-thi'^h

Maz-i-ti'as

Maz'zEi-roth

Me-a'rah

Me-bun'n^i

IMgd'Ei-ba

Med'e-b?i

Me-e''da

Me-het'^-beel

Me-het'ji-bel

Me-hi'dsi

Me-ho'lah

Me-hu'ja-el

Me-hu'man

Me-hu'nim

Me-jar'kon

Mik'o-niih

Mel-a-tl'ah

Mel-^hl'ah

Mel-clii'as

Mgl'clii-el

Mel-ghTf'e-dec

M61-£hi-shu'a

Me'le-a, or

Me-le'^
Mel'i-cu
Mel'i-ta
Me-mu'can
Miu'a-hem
Me-nes'theus
Me-6n'e-nim
Me-bn'o-tliai
Mlph'a-ath
Me-pliib'o-

sheth
Mer-a-i'ah
Me-rS'io'th
Mlr'51-ri
Mei-a-tha'im
Mer'e-moth
Mer'j'-bah
Me-rib'ba-al
Me-ro'dacli, or

Mei'o-dach
Me-shel-e-ini'-



Me-shez'a-beel

Me-shez'ai-bel

Me-shil'le-

mitli
Me-shil'le-

moth
Me-sho'b^ib
Me-shul'le-

meth
Mes'o-b^i-ite
M6-tg'rus
Mgth'o-'ar
Me-thu'sa-el
Me-thu'se-iah
Me-u'nim
Mgz'a-liab
Mi'?-min
Mi-ca'iah

{-yah)
Mi'gha-el
Mi-che'9is
Mich'me-thah
Mig'd^-lel
Mij'a-min
Mik-ne'i^ih
Mil-a-la'i
Ml-l5'tus
Mi-ni'a-niin
Mis'a-el
Mish'a-el, or

Mi'sh^i-el
Ml'shfil
Mi'she-?il
Mis'pe-reth
Mis'sa-bib
Mith'i-e-dath
Mit-y-l'e'ne
Miz'ra-im, or

Miz-ra'im
Mna'son {nd.'-)
Mo-a-di'ah
Mol'9-dah
Mo-g-si'as
Mor'de-cai
Mo-se'ra
Mo-se'roth



N.



Na'a-mah

Na'a-man

Na'a-ma-thlte

Na'?i-raites

Na'a-rah

Na'a-rai

Na'a-ran

Na'a-ratll

Na-ash'on

Na'a-thus

^b-§L-n'as



Nab-si-the'an§
Nab-u-gho-

don'o-sbr
NEi-dab'a-th§i
Na-ha'li-el
Na'ha-lal
Na'ha-lol
Na-ham'a-ni
Na-liar'9-i
Na-lia-ra'im
Na'hj-ri
Na'i-dus
Na'iQtli {-VQth)
Na-ne'51
Na'o-ml, or

Na-6'mj
Naph'i-si
Naph'ta-li
Napli'tu-liim
Nath-a-ni'sis
Ne-Et-ri'ah
Neb'a-I
Ne-bi'ioth
Ne-ba'joth
Ngb-u-chad-

iiez'zjr
Neb-u-shas'-

baii
Neb-u-zar'9-

dan
Ne-c6'dan
Ned-a-bi'^ih
Ne-e-mi'js
NegM-nolh
Ne-hel'^-mlte
Ng'hi-loth
Ne'i-el
Ne-ko'da
Ne-mu'el
Ne-phish'e-

sim
Neph'tha-ll
Neph'tha-lim
Neph'to-ah
Ne-phu'sim
Ne'reus, or
Ne 're-US
Ne-ri'ah
Ne-ri'as
Ngth-9-Tii'ah
Ne-to'phah
Ne-toph'a-thi
Ne-zi'ah
Ni'ger'
Nin'e-veh
No-a-di'ah
No'e-ba
Nom'a-de^
Nu-me'ni-us
NQn
Nym'ph^s



0.



Qb-a-di'ah, or
0-ba-dI'5ih

Ob-di'a

6'chi-el

5c-i-dG'lus

09'i-na

5d on ar'ke§

5l'a-mus

01 t.)-fer'ne§

Oni-a-e'rus

O me'ga, or
6'me-ga

O-iies'i-mus

6n-e-siph'o-
rus

O-ni'a-ieo

O-nl'as

O-ri'on

6r-tho-si'as

0-§a'ias (-yqs)

6-§e'a

(!)-§e'£is

6'she-?i, or
O-shS'ai

Oth'ni-el

Oth-o-ni'^is

0-zI'9S

6'z|-el

O-zo'r?



P.



Pa'a-rai
Pa'|i-el, or

Pa-|I'el
Pal-es-tl'n^i
Pal'es-tine
Pal'ti-el, or

Pal-ti'el
Par'me-nas
Par-shkn'd^i-

tha
Par'u-jih
PEir-va'im, or

Par'va-im
Pa-se'ah
Pash'ur
Pat'51-ra
Pa-the'us
Path'ros, or

Pa'thros
Path-ru'sim
Pat'ro-bas, or

Pa-tro'b^s
Pa-tr6'clus
P§L'u

Ped'a-hel
Ped'^th-ziir, or

Pe-dah'zur



362



SCRIPTURE PROPER NAMES.



Pe-da'iah
Pgk-a-lil'aih
Pel-a-i'ah
Pel-^-li'aih

Pel-si-ti'^Il

Pe-li'as

Pe-nl'el

Peii-tap'9-lis

Pe-nu'el

Per'§i-zim

Per'ga-mos

Pe-ri'da

Per'me-nas

Per-sep'o-lis

Per'seus

Pe-ru'd?i

Pgtli-5i-hi'?i]l

Pe-thu'el

Pe-ul'thJii

Pliac'a-reth

Phai'sur

Phal-da'ius

Ph^-le'as'

Phal'ti-el

Pha-nu'el

Phar'a-cim

Pha'raoh

Phar-a-tho'nl

Pha-ri'ra

Pha'se-ah

Pha-se'ljs

Phas'i-ron

Phas'sa-ron

Plie-ni'ce

Phe-ni"cj-£i

Phei'e-zite

Phib'e-setli

Phil-Jt-del'-

phi-Ei
Phi-lar'ghe^
Phl-le'mon
Phi-le'tus
Plij-lis'tine
Phil-o-me'tor
Pib'e-seth, or

Pi-be'seth
Pi-ha-hi'roth
Pil'e-ha
Pi-le'§er
Pil-ne'ser
Pil'tai
Pir'a-thon
Pi-sid'i-at
Pogh'e-reth
Por'fi-thai
Pot'i-ph^if
Po-tiph'e-mh,

or
Pot-i-phe'raih
Pris-cil'lai
Pro£h'9-ru3



Ptol-e-ma'jS
Ptol-e-me'tis
Pu-te'o-li *
Pu't}-el



R



Ra'?t-mah

Ra-?i-ini'ah

Rai-am'se§

Rab's^-ce§

Rab'sa-ris

Rab'sha-keh

Rad'dci-I

Ra-m^th-a'jin

Ram'?i-them

Rfi-me'se§, or

Ram'e-se§
Rji-mi'aih
Ra'pha-el
Rapli'a-im
Rath'u-nius
Re-a-i'ah, or

Re-a'i?li
Re-el-a'iaih
Re-el'i-us
Ree-sa'ias
Re-gera'me-

lech
Re-ha-bi'ah
Re-h5'botii
Rem-ft-li'^h
Re'pha-el
Reph-a-i'^h, or

Re-pha'iah
Reph'a-im
Reph'i-dim
Re-u'el
Reu'ni^h
Re-zi'a
Rhe'gi-um
Rhod'o-ctia
Ri'bai'
Rob'o-aiin, or

Ro-bo'am
Ro-|e'lim
Ro'i-mus
Ru'iia-mah



S.



Sa-bach-tha'iii

Sab-^-te'us

Sab'a-tus

Sab-ba-the'us

Sab-be'us

Sa-be'fin§

Sab'te-ghah

Sad-a-ml'^s

Sad-de'us

Sa-hai-da'th^



Sal'^-mJs

Sal-a-sad'^-i

Sa-la'thj-el

Sai'lEi-i

Sal-lu'mus

Sal-mfin-a'sjir

Sail-ino'ne

Sai-l5'me

Sam'a-ei

Sa-ma'ias

Sa-ma'rj-?

Sam'a-tus

Sa-me'ius

Sam-o-thra'-

ci-a
Samp'sa-ine§
San-Ji-bas'sEi-
San'?i-sib [vus
San-bal'lat
Saph-9-ti'^s
Sjp-phi'ra
Sar-a-bl'as
Sar-a-I'ah
Ssi-ra'ias (-yas)
Sar'si-mel
Sar-£hed'o-nus
Sar-de'us
Sa're-^"
Sa-r6'thi

Sav'a-ran
Sa'vi-as
Sce'va (se'vq)
Scy-tliop'o-lis
Sec'a-cah, or

Se-ca'cah
Sech-e-ni'as
SeS-e-ci'sis
Se'i-rath'
Sel-e-mi'ai
Se-leu'ci-ai
Se-leu'cus
Sera-pi-chi'ah
Sem-a-i'ah
Sem'e-I
Se uiel'li-us
Sen'?-ah
Sen-na-che'-
rii),""or

Sen-nagh'e-
Seiv'u-ah [rib
Se-6'rini
Seph'a-rad
Seph-ar-va'iin
Se-phe'Ia
Ser-a-i'ah
Slia-al-ab'bin
Sha-a-ra'im
Shab-betli'si-i
Sliach'i-ai, or



Shad'da-i
Sha-h^i-ra'jm
Slia-haz'i- '

math
Shal'i-sha
Shal'le-£heth
Shal'ma-i, or

Shal'm^i
SMl-m?i-ne'-

fer
Sham'-?i-ri'?ih
Sham'mji-i
Shsim-mu'^th
Shain-she-ra'i
Shar'a-I '
Shar'a-Im, or

Slia-ra'im
Shji-re'zer
Slia-ra'hen
Sliash'a-i
Sha'ul ■
She-al'ti-el
She-gt-rl'ah
Slie-^r-ja'shub
Sheb-a-ni'^h
Sheb'a-rim
Sheb'u-el
Sliecli-a-ni'ali
Shed'e-ur
She-ha-ri'ath
Sliel-e-mi'^h
Shel'o-ral
Shel'o-mith
Shel'9-moth
She-lu'mi-el
Sh6m'a-ah'
Shem-a-i'^ih
Shem-a-ri'ath
Shem'e-ber
She-mi'da
Shem'i-nith
She-mir'a-

moth
She-mu'el
She-na'zar
Shiph-a-ti'^h
She-phu'phsin
Shir-e-bi'sih
She-ri'zer
Shi'shaii'
Shjg-ga'ion
Shi-|I'o-noth
Shi-16'ah
Shi-l6'iii
Shim'e-ah
ShTm'e-am
SMm'e-ath
Shim'e-I
Shim'e-on
Shim'shai, or

Shim'slisi-i



Shiph'r?h

Sliit'ra-i

Sh5'ba-I

Sho'cho

Sho-shan'nim

Shu'ba-el

Shu'tlie-lah

Sib'be-gliai

Sib'ra-iui

Si"cy-on

(she-)
Si-|i'o-noth
Si-lo'ah, or

Sil'o-all
Sj-lo'am, or

Sil'p-am
Si-lo'e, or

'SiFo-e
Si-inai-cu'e
Si'nai
Sip'psii, or

Sip'psi-i
Sir'i-on
Si-sam'9-x
Sod'o-mai
Sop'ai-ter
Soph'e-reth, or

So-phe'reth
Soph-o-ni'ais
So-sip'ci-ter
Sos'the-n§5
Sos'tr§i-tus
So^ta-i
Sta'chys
Stepn'a-n5s
Su'ba-i
Su'di-as
Sy-e'lus
Sy-e'ne •
Syn'ty-che
Syr'j-on"



T.



Ta'a-nach

Tab'a-oth

Tab'ba-oth

Ta'be-al

Ta'be-el

Tab'e-rah

Tab'i-tha

Tab'rj-mon

Tat-hap'ai-ne§

Tah'pan-hef

Tah'pe-nef

Tah're-a

Tal'maii

Tan'hu-meth

Tap'pii-ah

Tar'§i-iah
Ta're-a



SCRIPTURE PROPER NAMES.



363



Tat'na-i, or

Tat'nai
Teb-a-li'ah
Te-hapli'ne-

Te-ko'a

Tel'a-bib

Tel'siim

Tel-iia-re'shgi

Tel-har's?

Til'me-lah, or

Tel-me'lah
Tera'a-ni
Tliam'na-tha
The-co'e
The-la'sar
Tli6-oc'a-nus
The-od'o-tus
The-oph'i-lus
Th4r'me-leth
Thes-sa-lo-ni'-

Thim'na-thah
Thom'o-i
Thra'ci-a
Thr^-se'as



Thy-a-tl'rsL
Ti-be'rj-^s
Tl-me'us
Tiin'na-thah
Tir'ha-kah, or

Tir-ha'kah
Tir'ha-nah, or

Tjr-ha'nah
Tir'i-?
Tir'sha-tha
To-bl'^
T5'bi-el
To-bl'jah
Tol'ba-nef
To'phel
Tragh-o-ni'tjs
Trlp'o-lis
Tro-^yl'li-um
Tropli'i-mus
Try-phe'n?i
Tr^-plio's^
Tu-bi-e'hl
Tygh'j-cQs
Ty-ran'nus
Tyr'i-?ins'
Ty'rus



U.



U'l9-i

U-ri'ah

U-rl'as

U'ri-el

U-ri'jah

U'tha-i

trz'zah

U'za-I

Uz-zl'^ih

(iz-zi'el

Y.

Vji-jez'a-th^
V^i-ni'sili



z.



Za-?i-na'im

Za'a-nan

Za'it-van

Zab-a-da'ijs

Zab-de'us

Zab'di-el



Zac'ca-i
Zac-£he'us
Zach-a-ri'ah
Zat-mo'n^h
Za-no'ah
Zar'a-ce§
Zar-a I'as
Za're-ah, or

Za'-re'ah
Zar'e-phath
Zar'e-tan
Zar't^-nah, or

Zar-ta'n^h
Zatii'o-e
Za-thu'i
Zeb-a-dl'^h
Ze-ba'jm
Ze-bi'n§i
Ze-bo'jm
Ze-boi'im
Ze-bu'dah
Zlb'u-liin
Zegh-9-rl'ah
Zed-e-ghi'as
Zed-e-ki'ah
Ze-lo'phe-ljad



Ze-lo'te§

Zem-a-ra'im

Ze-ml'ra

Zeph-§t-ni'ali

Zeph'a-thah

Zer-^-hi'ah

Zer-a-T'ah

Zer'e-da

Ze-rgd'a-thah

Zer'e-rath

Ze-ru'ah

Ze-rub'ba-bel

Zgr-u-i'ah

Zib'i-ah

Zid-kl'j?h

Zil'th^ii

Zi'phron

Zip-p5'rah, or

Zip'po-rah
Zo-be'bah
Zo'he-leth, or

Zo-he'leth
Zo're-ah
Zo-r6b'a-bel
Zu'ri-el
Zu-ri-sMd'd^-i



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



The following list of Geographical Names comprises names which pertain to all
parts of the globe, and the pronunciation of many of tliese deviates from the
analogy of the English language, and is more or less conformed to the analogy
of the languages of the different countries to which they respectively belong.

For remarks on the pronunciation of Geographical Names, see the Quarto, Com-
prehensive, and Elementary Dictionaries.



Aal'bdrg (al'borg)

Aar'gau (ar'gbu)

Aar'liuus

Ab'a-co

Ab-a-kan'

Ab-a-kansk'

Ab-an-cay' (-kl')

A-ba'no

A-bas'ci-a

Abbeville', (Fr.)

Ab'be-ville,(S.C.)

Ab-er-broth'ock

Ab-er-deen'

Ab-er-ga-ven'ny

Ab-er-neth'y

Ab-er-yst'with

Abomey (Ib-o-ma')

Ab-6o-shehr'

Ab-6u-kir'

Ab-6u-sir'

Ab-6u-ti|e'

A-br6l'h6s (-yos)

Abruzzo (a-brut'so)

Ab-u-ti|e'

Ac-a-pdl'co

Ac-co-mac' -

A-cheen'

Ach-raim'

Ac-on-ca'gu?

Acqs (aks)

Ac'qui (ak'kwe)

A-dAir'

Ad'i-|e, or Ad'i^e

Ad'ier-berg

A-dour'

Ad-ra-mi'ti

A-dri-an-6'ple

A-dri-at'ic

^-|e'?tn'

iE-|i'nEi, or

JEvoe (a'rg-e)
Af ghan-js-Hn'
Af-j-oum'
Af-r5t-g5'lj



Ag'a-def
Agde (agd)
Ag'ger-huus
Agh'rim
A|'in-court, {or

ad'jin-kor)
Agnone (an-y5'na)
A-guay'o
Ah-med-a-bad'
Ah-med-nug'gur
Ah-was'

Alch'stadt(ik'stat)
Ai'gle
Ain-tab'
Aisne (an)
Aix (aks, or as)
Aix-la-Cha-pelle'

(aks-, or as-lsi-

sha-pel')
Ajaccio (a-yat'cho)
A-jas-a-luck'
Aj-meer'
Ak-bar-a-bad'
Ak-er-man'
Ak-his-sar'
Ak-mim'
Ak-shehr'
Al-a-ba'mai
Al-a-du'li-?i
Al-a-26'as
A-lkis' (a-Ia')
Al-a-me'dat (-ma'-)
Al'a-m5
Al'ai-mos
A-lap-a-h§L'
Al'a-quSl
Al-^-shehr'
Ala-ta-ma-h&'
Al-ba'n5
Al-be-marle'
Al-bu-fe'ra (-fa'-)
Al-bu-quer'que (or

ai'bo-kerk)
Al-ca-la'
i Al-Cfi-rae



Al-can'ta-ra

Al-ca-ri'a

Alc-m4er'

Al-co'na

Al'der-ney

j^-len'^oh, (or '&l-

ang-song')
A-leu'ti^in
Al-ex-in'dri-51
Al-gar've
Al-|e-zl''ras
Al-g5'm^
Al-ha'raai
Al-i-cant'
Al-i-(^n'te
Al-i-ca'ta
Al-i-cu'di
Alk-miar'
Al-la-ha-bad'
Al'lah-shehr
Al'le-gha-ny
Al'lo-way
Al-ma-den'
Al-me'i-da (ail-ma'-

e-da)
Al-me-ri'a
Al-mj-ran'te
Al-m6'rah
Alnwick (an'nik)
Al-p5'na
Al-s"ace'
Altai'
Al-ta-ma-ha
Al-ta-mi'ra
Al-ta-mu'r?
Al'ten-burg
Al'tg-na
Alt'zey (alt'sT)
Al-va-ra'd5
Am'a-ger
A-mal'fi
Ara-a-pa'la
Am-a-ran'te
Am-^-ra-pii'rji
A-raaVe-ra



Am-a-tique'
A-max'i-chi
Am'ble-s^de
Amboise (ang-

bwaz')
A-med-a bad'
Am-ed-na'gur
Am'e-land
A'merf-fort
Am'er-sliam
Am-ha'rsi
Am'i-en§
A-mite'

Amlwch (am'lok)
Am-mo-no6'suc
Am-gs-keag'
Am'phi-la
Am-ret-sir'
An-a-dir'
An-a-tol'i-co
An-da-lu'^i-a
An-da-man'
An-de-rab'
An'der-nach
An-du'jar^-har)
An-e-ga'da
An'gle-sey
An-gos-tu'ra
Angouleme (ang-

go-lam')
An-gull'la
An-i-ba'
An'jou, (or ang-

zho')
An-ko'ber
An-nagh' (an-na')
An-na-mo6'ka
Ann A-run'del
An-no-bon'
An-no nay'
Ans'pach
An-ta'16

An-te-que'ra (-ka'-)
An^ibes (ang-teb')
An-tie'tam
■ (364)



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



365



An-ti'gua (-ga)

An-tllle§', or

' An-til'leg

An-ti-o-qui'?i (-ke'-)

An-tip'a-ros

An-ti-aa'na

An-ti-va'ri

An-zi'c6

Anziii (ang-zang')

An-zu-an'

A-pa'che

Ap-pa-lach'ee

Ap-pa-lach-i-c6'l5t

Ap-pen-zell'

Ap-pg-mat'tox

A-pu're (a-pu'ra)

A-pu'ri-mac

A 'qui (a'kwe)

Aq'ui-l? (ak'we-la)

Aquin (a-k5ng')

A-qui'no

Ar-a-guy'

A-rai<jhe', £1

Ar'Etl, or A-rSLl'

A-rau' (Ji-rou')

Ar-br6ath'

Argh-an'^el

Argh-i-pel'V-go

Ar-c6'la

Ar'de-bil

Ar-deche' (-dash')

Ar-de-lan'

Ardennes (ar-den')

Ar-e-ci'vo

Ar-e-qui'pa (-ke'-)

A-rez'zo (a-ret'so)

Ar-gen-tan' (ar-

zhan-tang')
Ar-gen-la'ro
Argenteuil (ar-

zhan-tul')
Ar'*en-tlne
Ar-g5s'to-li
Ar-gy le', or Ar'gyle
Ar'fy-ro Cas'tio
A-ri'ca

Ariege (a're-azh')
A-rin'h5s (-yos)
A-ris'pe
Ar-kan'sas
Ar-ki'ko
Arle^, (or art)
Ar-magh' (ar-ma'),
Armagnac (ar-man-

yak')
Am' helm
Arn'stadt (am'stat)
Ar'o-e, or A-toe'
A-ro6s'took
Ar-p!'n5
.irques (ark)



Ar-rsi-cSn'

Arriege (a-re-azh')
Artois (ar-twa')
Ar'un-del, (Eng.)
A-run'del, (U. S.)
As-<jhaf fen-burg
As' co-lj
Ash-^tn-tee', or

A-shan'tee
Ash-mu-nein'
Ash'o-ver
Ash-t^i-bu'lci
Ash'ue-lot (-we-)
As-pern'
As-phal-ti'te^
As-pro-pot'a-mo
As-sin'ni-Win
As-si'si
As-sou-an'
As-ter-a-bad'
As-tra-chan'
As-ti5'fi-as
At-^-ca'raa
At'b?-ra
Atch-a-ffi-lay'^
At-cheen'
At-fe' (at-fa')
Ath-a-pes'c6w
Ath-ione'
Ath'ol, or A'thol
A-thy', or Ath'y
A-ti'na
A-tra't6

Attigny (at-ten'ye)
At-u-i'j or A-tu'i
Aube (6b)
Aubigny (6-ben'ye)
Aubusson (6-bus-

s6ng')
Auch (osh)
Aude (od)
Au'er-bach (bu'-)
Au'er-stadt (bu'-)
Au'|e-la
Au'rich (bu'rik)
Auriilac (6-rei'yak)
Au-rung-9-bad'
Aus'ter-litz (or

bus'ter-lits)
Au-tun' (5-tun')
Auvergne (o-varn')
Aux Cayes (o-kaz)
Auxerre (o-skt')
Aux-6nne' (5-son')
Av'a-lon
A-vats'cha
A-ve'i-fo (-va'e-)
Av-el-li'no
Avesnes (a-van')
Avignon (av-en-

yong')



Av'i-la

Av-io'nji

A-v6'cai

A 'von

Av-by-elle§'

Avranches (av-

ransh')
Ay-a-cu'cho
Ayle§'bu-ry
Ayr' shire
Az'of, or Az'oph
A-zore^', or
' A-zo're§

B.

Bacchiglione (bak-
kel-yo'na)

Bach-i-an'

BaS-a-jos' (-hos')

Bad-ak-shan'

Ba-den-wei'ler

Bagnara (ban-ya'-
ra) [yir')

Bagneres (ban-

Bagnols (ban-yol')

B^-ha'mgt

Bah-i'a (ba-e'?)

Ba-hi'reh

Bah'ljng-en

Bahr-el-Ab'i-ad

Bahr-el-Az'rek

Bai'kal

Bal'reuth (bi'rut)

Bakh'te-gan

Bal-a-ghaut'

Bal-a-kla'va

Ba'la-ruc'



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