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(plural) hosts or armies; used in the book of Romans in the New Testament
"Lord of Sabaoth"
incorrectly, the Sabbath
Origin: [Heb. tseb'th, pl. of tsb', an army or host, fr. tsb', to go forth to war.]
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name given in the Bible, and particularly in the Epistle of James, to the Divine Being as the Lord of all hosts or kinds of creatures.
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