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Jonadab

Jonadab is a figure in the Hebrew Bible, appearing in 2 Samuel 13. He is described in verse 3 as the son of Shimeah, who was the brother of David, making Jonadab a cousin to Amnon as well as his friend. He is called "very wise", usually translate ...

                                               

Kemuel

Kemuel is a minor Hebrew masculine name. Three Kemuels are mentioned in the Bible. The second Kemuel was ruler of the tribe of Ephraim in Numbers 34:24. One is mentioned in Genesis 22:21 as the nephew of Abraham, son of Nahor, brother of Bethuel ...

                                               

Kish (Bible)

Kish was a Benjamite of the family of the Matrites 1 Samuel 9:1, 14:51, Acts 13:21, 1 Samuel 10:21, and there is some question over whether he was the brother or son of Ner 1 Chronicles 8:33 and 9:39, 1 Samuel 14:51. The question may be resolved ...

                                               

Maher-shalal-hash-baz

The name is mentioned twice in the Hebrew Bible and both in the Book of Isaiah chapter 8: Isaiah 8:1 Moreover the LORD said unto me, Take thee a great roll and write in it with a mans pen concerning Mahershalalhashbaz. Isaiah 8:3 And I went unto ...

                                               

Malchijah

Malchijah is a biblical name belonging to several persons mentioned in the Hebrew Bible and means "Yahu is King" or "the king is Yahu".

                                               

Memucan

According to the biblical book of Esther, Memucan was one of the seven vice-regents of the Persian King Ahasuerus. It is not stated explicitly within the text, but it is the generally accepted belief that Memucan and Haman were the same person. W ...

                                               

Naamathite

Naamathite is the Gentile name and Old Testament designation given to Zophar, one of Jobs three friends, who came from the city of Naamah, in Canaan.

                                               

Nathan-melech

Nathan-melech is described as one of Josiahs officials in 2 Kings 23:11 of the Hebrew Bible. He lived near the entrance to the temple, close to the courtyard where the horses had been kept that were used in sun-worship before Josiah disposed of b ...

                                               

Obed-Edom

Obed-Edom is a biblical name which in Hebrew means "servant of Edom," and which appears in the books of 2 Samuel and 1 and 2 Chronicles. The relationship between these passages has been the subject of scholarly discussions which express uncertain ...

                                               

Oded, father of Azariah

Oded is a figure in the Hebrew Bible mentioned in 2 Chronicles 15. He was the father of Azariah the prophet. In the Talmud, he is also listed as a prophet. Another Oded is mentioned in 2 Chronicles 28.

                                               

Omar (biblical figure)

Omar was the name of a man mentioned in the Bible, the ancestor of a Semitic Edomite and Canaanite clan, the son of Eliphaz. Omars brothers were Teiman, Zepho, Gaatam, Kenaz and Amalek. Esau and his wife: Adah daughter of Elon the Hittite were hi ...

                                               

Pashhur

Pashur or Pashhur was the name of at least two priests contemporary with the prophet Jeremiah and who are mentioned in the Book of Jeremiah. The name is of Egyptian origin, Ps-Hr.

                                               

Pele-joez-el-gibbor-abi-ad-sar-shalom

Pele-joez-el-gibbor-abi-ad-sar-shalom is a prophetic name or title which occurs in Isaiah 9:6 in the Hebrew Bible. It is one of a series of prophetic names found in chapters 7, 8 and 9 of the Book of Isaiah, including most notably Immanuel "God w ...

                                               

Salmon (biblical figure)

Salmon or Salmah is a person mentioned in genealogies in both the Hebrew Scriptures and in the New Testament. He was the son of Nahshon, married "Rachab" Matthew 1:5 may, Rahab of Jericho, and Boaz, or Booz was their son. Thus, according to the b ...

                                               

Seorim

Seorim was a priest of ancient Israel after the order of Aaron, during the reign of King David in the 10th century BCE. Seorim lead the fourth of the 24 priestly divisions. The biblical passage of 1 Chronicles 24 documents the division of the pri ...

                                               

Seraiah

Seraiah or Sraya is the name of several people mentioned in the Hebrew Bible: Son Of Neriah. When Zedekiah made a journey to Babylon to do homage to Nebuchadnezzar, Seraiah was the Royal gifts to be presented on this occasion. Jeremiah took the o ...

                                               

Shaphan

When the chief Temple priest Hilkiah discovers an ancient Torah scroll, he gives it to the scribe Shaphan, who in turn brings it to King Josiah. Josiah reads it aloud to a crowd in Jerusalem, resulting in a great religious revival. Many scholars ...

                                               

Zebul (biblical figure)

Zebul is a character in the Hebrew Bible, appearing in Judges 9. He is one of Abimelechs officers, and the governor of the city of Shechem. Zebul played an important role in the rebellion and defeat of Gaal, secretly sending messengers to Abimele ...

                                               

Chakreshvari

In Jain cosmology, Chakeshvari or Apraticakra is the guardian goddess or Yakshini of Rishabhanatha. She is the tutelary deity of the Sarawagi Jain community.

                                               

Dharanendra

Dharanendra is the Yaksha of Parshvanatha, twenty-third Tirthankara in Jainism. He enjoys an independent religious life and is very popular amongst Jains. According to the Digambara tradition, when Lord Parshvanatha was a prince, he saved two sna ...

                                               

Gomukha

Gomukha along with Dharanendra is the most popular yaksha in Jainism. According to Jain tradition, Gomukha is portrayed as a two or four-armed Yaksha release on elephants. As the title suggest gomukha and the head of a bull. Gomukha carries a goa ...

                                               

Jwalamalini

Jwalamalini or Jvālāmālinī is the Yakshini of the Eighth Tirthankara, Shri Bhagwan Chandraprabhu in Jainism and was one of the most widely invoked Yakshinis in Karnataka during the early medieval period.

                                               

Lycurgus of Arcadia

Lycurgus was the son of Aleus, the previous ruler, and Neaera, daughter of Pereus, and thus, brother to the Argonauts Amphidamas, Cepheus, Auge and Alcidice. He married either Cleophyle, Eurynome or Antinoe and fathered these sons: Ancaeus, Epoch ...

                                               

Celeus

Celeus or Keleus was the king of Eleusis in Greek mythology, husband of Metaneira and father of several daughters, who are called Callidice, Demo, Cleisidice and Callithoe in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, and Diogeneia, Pammerope and Saesara by Pa ...

                                               

Eurotas

Eurotas was the son of King Myles and grandson of Lelex, eponymous ancestor of the Leleges. The Bibliotheca gives a slight variant of the mythological generation of Eurotas, who was described as the son of Lelex, born from the ground, by his wife ...

                                               

Myles

In Greek mythology, Myles was an ancient king of Laconia. He was a son of the King Lelex and Queen Cleocharia and brother to Polycaon, and was the father of Eurotas who fathered Sparta after whom the city of Sparta was named. After his father die ...

                                               

Gordias

Gordias was the name of at least two members of the royal house of Phrygia. The best-known Gordias was known, the founder of the Phrygian capital city Gordium, the maker of the legendary Gordian knot, and the father of the legendary king Midas, w ...

                                               

AJW Tag Team Championship

The AJW Tag Team Championship was the secondary tag team title in the Japanese professional wrestling promotion All Japan Womens Pro-Wrestling. The title was introduced in 1986 and was retired in April 2005 when the promotion closed.

                                               

AAAW Tag Team Championship

The AAAW Tag Team Championship was a title in the GAEA Japan promotion. The title, which was originally known as the AAAW Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, was abandoned when GAEA closed in 2005.

                                               

Reina World Tag Team Championship

The Reina World Tag Team Championship in Japanese) is a professional wrestling Tag team championship promoted by Reina Joshi Puroresu. The championship was created in September 2011 in Universal Womans Pro Wrestling Reina promotion. Through UWWRs ...

                                               

Seadlinnng Beyond the Sea Tag Team Championship

The Beyond the Sea Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team championship owned by the Seadlinnng promotion. The inaugural champions were crowned on July 25, 2018, when BORDERLESS defeated Nanae Takahashi and Tsukasa Fujimoto. Li ...

                                               

Shine Tag Team Championship

The Shine Tag Team Championship is the tag team championship contested in the professional wrestling promotion Shine Wrestling. The titles are currently held by BTY.

                                               

UWA World Womens Tag Team Championship

The UWA World Womens Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling tag team title defended in the Universal Wrestling Association from 1992 to 1995, then revived in 2001. It was the primary female wrestling tag team title in the promotion an ...

                                               

WSU Tag Team Championship

The WSU Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling tag team championship in Women Superstars United. It is competed for in Women Superstars United, and has been defended on shows of sister promotion National Wrestling Superstars. Champions ...

                                               

WWE Womens Tag Team Championship

The WWE Womens Tag Team Championship is a professional wrestling womens tag team championship created and promoted by the American promotion WWE. It is the only womens tag team championship in the promotion. As such, it is defended across WWEs th ...

                                               

WWWA World Tag Team Championship

The World Womens Wrestling Association World Tag Team Championship was the top doubles championship in All Japan Womens Pro-Wrestling from 1970 until it closed in 2005. During those years the title was held by many of the most famous tag teams in ...

                                               

FCW Florida Tag Team Championship

The FCW Florida Tag Team Championship was a professional wrestling tag team championship owned and promoted by Florida Championship Wrestling, a former developmental territory of WWE. It was contested for in their tag team division. The champions ...

                                               

World Tag Team Championship (WWE)

The World Tag Team Championship was the original professional wrestling world tag team championship in the World Wrestling Entertainment promotion, and the promotions third tag team championship overall. Originally established by the then-World W ...

                                               

WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship

The WWF Intercontinental Tag Team Championship was a short-lived championship in the World Wrestling Federation during 1991. The belts were abandoned later in July 1991 when the WWF severed ties with UWF Japan.

                                               

WWF International Tag Team Championship

The WWF International Tag Team Championship was a tag team championship in the World Wide Wrestling Federation from 1969 to 1972 and in the renamed World Wrestling Federation and New Japan Pro-Wrestling for a short time in 1985.

                                               

WWF Womens Tag Team Championship

The WWF Womens Tag Team Championship was a womens professional wrestling tag team title in the World Wrestling Federation. The belief its holders were considered world champions was expressed by Jesse Ventura, an announcer for some of its defense ...

                                               

Big Show and Kane

Big Show and Kane were a tag team during four periods: 2001–2002, 2005–2006, 2011 and 2014–2016. The duo used their gigantic statures and power to dominate opponents, and they were successful in winning both the World Tag Team Championship and WW ...

                                               

The Bodydonnas

The Bodydonnas were a professional wrestling tag team in the World Wrestling Federation in the mid-1990s, consisting of Chris Candido as Skip, Candidos real-life girlfriend Tammy Lynn Sytch as Sunny, and Tom Prichard as Skips kayfabe cousin Zip.

                                               

The Colons (2002–2010)

The Colons were a professional wrestling tag team who consisted of real-life brothers, Carlito and Primo. The team worked for World Wrestling Entertainment. They were the first-ever Unified WWE Tag Team Champions, being holders of both the WWE Ta ...

                                               

The Colossal Connection

The Colossal Connection was a professional wrestling tag team of Andre the Giant and Haku who competed in the World Wrestling Federation in 1989 and 1990. The team was managed by Bobby Heenan and a part of the Heenan Family.

                                               

The Dream Team (professional wrestling)

The Dream Team was a World Wrestling Federation tag team from 1985 to March 29, 1987 consisting of Brutus Beefcake and Greg Valentine managed by "Luscious" Johnny Valiant. The New Dream Team, also managed by Johnny Valiant, saw Dino Bravo replace ...

                                               

Edge and Christian

Edge and Christian are a tag team made of real life best friends Edge and Christian. They are best known for their time in the World Wrestling Federation, later renamed World Wrestling Entertainment where they won the WWF Tag Team Championship on ...

                                               

Evolution (professional wrestling)

Evolution was a professional wrestling stable in WWE which was a part of WWEs Raw brand between 2003, 2005, 2007, and 2014. At the height of its original existence, the group consisted of triple h, RIC flair, Batista and Randy Orton. Evolution sl ...

                                               

The Iron Sheik and Nikolai Volkoff

After Sheik had lost The WWF world title to Hulk Hogan and Volkoff, who had left the WWF after previously being billed as Bepo Mongol being part of a tag team called The Mongols managed by "Captain" Lou Albano who had held the WWF International T ...

                                               

Jeri-Show

Jeri-Show was a professional wrestling tag team consisting of Big Show and Chris Jericho, which competed in the World Wrestling Entertainment promotion. The Duo debuted in July 2009 on WWEs night of Champions pay per view event where Jericho was ...

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