Obadiah

Obadiah, a Hebrew prophet who appears to have lived about 588 B.C., shortly after the destruction of Jerusalem, at which the Edomites had assisted, and whose prophecy was written to assure the exiles in Babylon that the judgment of God had gone forth against Edom, and that with the execution of it Israel would be restored.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Oates, Titus * Oban
Nyâya
Nymphs
Nynee Tal
Nyx
Oakham
Oakland
Oaks, The
Oakum
Oases
Oates, Titus
Obadiah
Oban
Obeid
Obelisk
Ober-Ammergau
Oberlin, Jean Friedrich
Oberon
Obi
Objective
Oblates
Oboe

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Obadiah in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Hale, Sir Matthew
Howe, John
Hulme, Nathaniel
Jarchi, Solomon Ben Isaac
Leusden, John
Nye, Philip
Orton, Job
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