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HEBREW: 4781 Kdrm M@rodak
NAVE: Merodach
SMITH: MERODACH
ISBE: MERODACH
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Marduk

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Marduk: NET NIV NASB
Merodach: AVS NRSV TEV
a pagan god; chief god of the Babylonians

bitter contrition

NET Glossary: (Hebrew Merodach) the primary god of Babylon, later called Bel (Baal, but not to be confused with the earlier Canaanite Baal); the Babylonian creation epic (Enuma Elish) commemorates Marduk's victory over the forces of evil and honors him as "king of the gods"

Hebrew

Strongs #04781: Kdrm M@rodak

Merodach = "thy rebellion"

1) the chief deity of the Babylonians in the time of Nebuchadnezzar

4781 Mrodak mer-o-dawk'

of foreign derivation; Merodak, a Babylonian
idol:-Merodach. Compare 4757.
see HEBREW for 04757

Merodach [NAVE]

MERODACH, a Babylonian idol, Jer. 50:2.

MERODACH [SMITH]

(death), (Jeremiah 50:2) identical with the famous Babylonian Bel or Belus, the word being probably at first a mere epithet of the god, which by degrees superseded his proper appellation.

MERODACH [ISBE]

MERODACH - me-ro'-dak, mer'-o-dak (merodhakh): The supreme deity of the Babylonians (Jer 50:2); the Nimrod of Gen 10:8-12; and among the constellations, Orion.

See ASTRONOMY, sec. II, 11; BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA, RELIGION OF; NIMROD.


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