Beuk o Exodus

The Beuk o Exodus or, simply, Exodus (frae Greek ἔξοδος, exodos, meanin "gangin oot"; Ebreu: שמות‎‎, Sh'mot, "Names"), is the seicont beuk o the Torah an the Ebreu Bible (the Auld Testament).[1]


  1. Dozeman, p. 1.



In the Ebreu Bible an the Quran, Aaron (/ˈɛərən/;) wis the aulder brither o Moses, a prophet o God.


Hinnie is a solit or liquid fuid that is makkit by skep-bees by chyngin nectar frae flouers. Than thay pit the hinnie intae a hinniekaim. Hinnie is sweet an can be uised insteid o succar.

Hinnie is first mentiont in the Beuk o Exodus, an is aften associate wi bien, couthie an seilfu things. "Laund o milk an hinnie".


Accordin tae the Torah, Jochebed wis a dochter o Levi an mither o Aaron, Miriam an Moses.


Miriam (מִרְיָם‬) is descrived in the Ebreu Bible as the dochter o Amram an Yocheved, an the sister o Moses an Aaron. She wis a prophet an first appears in the Beuk o Exodus.


Moses (Ebreu: מֹשֶׁה‎‎, Modren Moshe Tiberian Mōšéh ISO 259-3 Moše ; Syriac: ܡܘܫܐ Moushe; Arabic: موسى‎ Mūsā ) wis, accordin tae the Ebreu Bible, an umwhile Egyptian prince later turned prophet, releegious leader an lawgiver, tae whom the authorship o the Torah is tradeetionally attributit.


Zipporah or Tzipora (Ebreu: צִפוֹרָה‬, Tsippōrāh, "bird") is mentioned in the Beuk o Exodus as the wife o Moses, an the dochter o Reuel/Jethro, the priest or prince o Midian an the speeritual foonder an ancestor o the Druze.

Beuks o the Bible
See also

In ither leids

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