Zachariah

zak-uh-rahy-uh

Definitions of Zachariah

Zachariah

noun

  1. the father of John the Baptist. Luke 1:5.
  2. a man referred to as a martyr by Jesus. Matt. 23:35; Luke 11:51.
  3. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “God is renowned.”

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Example sentences for Zachariah

  1. Zachariah was a high-dollar fundraiser for George W. Bush and was cleared last year of federal insider-trading charges.
  2. Meanwhile Zachariah pursued his way north-westward unchallenged, and at last came to a roadside inn, which he thought looked safe.
  3. Zachariah raised his eyes; he thought he detected, he was sure he detected, in the tone of this sentence a distinct sneer.
  4. An angel of inferior rank gives an account to Michael, in the book of Zachariah, of the state in which he had found the country.
  5. Zachariah felt that he could safely trust him, and told him what had happened.
  6. Zachariah called for a pint of beer and some bread and cheese, and asked if he could have a bed.
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