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not my people

In Bible versions:

not my people: NET
No Pity: NET
Not My People: AVS TEV
Not Pitied: AVS TEV
Lo-Ammi: NIV
Lo-Ruhamah: NIV
Not my people: NRSV
Not pitied: NRSV
not My people: NASB
a man's name representing rejected Israel
daughter of the prophet Hosea

not my people
not having obtained mercy; not pitied

Hebrew

Strongs #05971: Me `am

1) nation, people
1a) people, nation
1b) persons, members of one's people, compatriots, country-men
2) kinsman, kindred

5971 `am am

from 6004; a people (as a congregated unit); specifically, a
tribe (as those of Israel); hence (collectively) troops or
attendants; figuratively, a flock:-folk, men, nation,
people.
see HEBREW for 06004

Strongs #03819: hmxr al Lo' Ruchamah

Lo-ruhamah = "no mercy"

1) (Pual) symbolic name given by the prophet Hosea to his daughter

3819 Lo' Ruchamah lo roo-khaw-maw'

from 3808 and 7355; not pitied; Lo- Ruchamah, the symbol.
name of a son of Hosea:-Lo-ruhamah.
see HEBREW for 03808
see HEBREW for 07355

Lo-ammi [EBD]

not my people, a symbolical name given by God's command to Hosea's second son in token of Jehovah's rejection of his people (Hos. 1:9, 10), his treatment of them as a foreign people. This Hebrew word is rendered by "not my people" in ver. 10; 2:23.

Lo-ruhamah [EBD]

not pitied, the name of the prophet Hosea's first daughter, a type of Jehovah's temporary rejection of his people (Hos. 1:6; 2:23).

Lo-ammi [NAVE]

LO-AMMI, a symbolical name given to a son of Hosea, Hos. 1:9.

Lo-ruhamah [NAVE]

LO-RUHAMAH, Hosea's daughter, Hos. 1:6-8.

LO-AMMI [ISBE]

LO-AMMI - lo-am'-i (lo'-`ammi, "not my people"): The 2nd son and 3rd child of Gomer bath-Diblaim, wife of the prophet Hosea (Hos 1:9). An earlier child, a daughter, had been named Lo-ruhamah (lo'-ruchamah, "uncompassionated"). The names, like those given by Isaiah to his children, are symbolic, and set forth Hosea's conviction that Israel has, through sin, forfeited Yahweh's compassion, and can no longer claim His protection. Of the bearers of these names nothing further is known; but their symbolism is alluded to in Hos 2:1,23. This latter passage is quoted by Paul (Rom 9:25 f).

See HOSEA; JEZREEL.

John A. Lees

LO-RUHAMAH [ISBE]

LO-RUHAMAH - lo-roo-ha'-ma, lo-roo-ha'-ma.

See LO-AMMI.




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