Beuk o Genesis

The Beuk o Genesis (frae the Laitin Vulgate, in turn borraed or transleeteratit frae Greek γένεσις, meanin "origin"; Ebreu: בְּרֵאשִׁית‎‎, Bərēšīṯ, "In [the] beginnin") is the first beuk o the Ebreu Bible (the Tanakh) an the Christian Auld Testament.[1]

References

  1. Hamilton (1990), p.1
Adam

Adam (Ebreu: אָדָם‎‎ Arabic: آدَم‎) is a figur frae the Beuk o Genesis, an aa mentioned in the New Testament, the Quran, the Beuk o Mormon, an the Beuk o Iqan.

Aubraham

Aubraham (oreeginally kent as Aubram) (Ebreu: אַבְרָהָם‬, Modren Avraham, Tiberian ʼAḇrāhām, Arabic: إبراهيم‎, Ibrāhīm, ʼAbrəham, Greek: Aβραάμ) is the foondin patriarch o the Israelites, Ishmaelites, Edomites an the Midianites an sib fowks, gaun by the beuk o Genesis.

Judaism, Christianity, an Islam is whiles cried the "Aubrahamic releegions" acause o the progenitor role that Aubraham plays in their haly beuks. In baith the Jewish tradeetion an the Qur'an, he is referred tae as "oor Faither". Jews, Christians, an Muslims conseeders him faither o the fowk o Israel. For Jews an Christians this is throu his son Eesaac, bi his wife Saurah; for Muslims, he is a prophet o Islam an the ancestor o Muhammad throu his first son Ishmael, born tae him bi Saurah's handmaid, Hagar.

Accordin tae the Bible, Aubraham wis the tent generation frae Noah an the twintiet frae Aidam. He wis oreeginally cried Aubram, an his faither's name wis Terah; he haed twa brithers, Nahor an Haran, his wife wis Saurah, an he wis the uncle o Lot. He wis sent bi God frae his hame in Ur o the Chaldees tae take possession o the laund o Canaan. In Canaan, Aubraham entered intae a covenant wi God: in exchynge for recogneetion o Yahweh as his God, Aubraham wad be blissit wi innumerable affspring an the laund wad belang his descendants. God's promise tae Aubraham that throu his affspring aw the naitions o the warld wad come tae be blissit is interpret in the Christian tradeetion as a reference in particular tae Jesus Christ an his message o salvation for aw men.

Eesac

Eesac (Ebreu: יִצְחָק‬, Modren Yitskhak, Tiberian Yiṣḥāq, ISO 259-3 Yiçḥaq, "[he] will lauch"; Greek: Ἰσαάκ Isaak; Arabic: إسحاق‎ or إسحٰق ʼIsḥāq) as describit in the Ebreu Bible an the Qur'an, wis the anly son Aubraham haed wi his wife Saurah, an wis the faither o Jaucob an Esau.

Esau

Esau (Ebreu: עֵשָׂו‬, Modren ʿĒsáv, Tiberian ʿĒśaw, ISO 259-3 ʕeśaw; Greek: Ἡσαῦ Hēsau; Laitin: Hesau, Esau; Arabic: عِيسُو‎ ‘Īsaw; meanin "hairy" or "roch"), in the Ebreu Bible, is the aulder son o Isaac. He is mentioned in the Beuk o Genesis, an bi the prophets Obadiah an Malachi.

Eve

Eve (Ebreu: חַוָּה‎‎, Clessical Ebreu: Ḥawwāh, Modren Israeli Ebreu: Khavah, Arabic: حواء‎, Syriac: ܚܘܐ, Tigrinya: ሕይዋን or Hiywan) is a figur in the Beuk o Genesis in the Ebreu Bible.

Hagar

Hagar (Ebreu: הָגָר‬, Hagar, o uncertaint oreegin; Arabic: هاجر‎ Hājar; Laitin: Agar) is a biblical person in the Beuk o Genesis.

Ishmael

Ishmael, a feegur in the Tanakh an the Quran, wis Abraham's first son accordin tae Jews, Christians an Muslims.

Jacob

Jacob is the eponymous auncestor o the Israelites. Accordin tae the Beuk o Genesis, Jacob (/ˈdʒeɪkəb/; Ebreu: יַעֲקֹב‬ Standard Yaʿakov) wis the third biblical patriarch wi whom God made a covenant.

In the Ebreu Bible, he is the son o Isaac an Rebekah, the grandson o Abraham, Sarah an o Bethuel, an the younger twin brither o Esau. Jacob haed twelve sons an at least ane dauchter, bi his twa wives, Leah an Rachel, an bi thair handmaidens Bilhah an Zilpah. The childer named in Genesis wur Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, dauchter Dinah, Joseph, an Benjamin.

Japheth

Japheth (Ebreu: יָפֶת/יֶפֶת‬, Modren Yepet/Yapet, Tiberian Yep̄eṯ/Yāp̄eṯ; Greek: Ἰάφεθ Iapheth; Laitin: Iafeth, Iapheth, Iaphethus, Iapetus), is ane o the three sons o Noah in the Beuk o Genesis, whaur he plays a role in the story o Noah's drunkenness an the curse o Ham, an subsequently in the Table o Naitions as the auncestor o the fowks o the Aegean, Anatolie, an emsewhaur.

Joseph (Genesis)

Joseph (Ebreu: יוֹסֵף‎‎, Staundart Yosef Tiberian Yôsēp̄; "Mey Yahweh add"; Arabic: يوسُف‎, Yūsuf) is an important person in the Ebreu Bible: his story connects the story o Abraham, Isaac an Jacob in Canaan tae the subsequent story o the liberation o the Israelites frae sclavery in Egyp.

Judah (son o Jacob)

Judah (Ebreu: יְהוּדָה‬, Staundart Yəhuda Tiberian Yehuḏā) wis, accordin tae the Beuk o Genesis, the fowert son o Jacob an Leah, the foonder o the Israelite Tribe o Judah.

Leah

Leah is descrived in the Ebreu Bible as the dochter o Laban. She an her younger sister Rachel becam the twa concurrent wives o Ebreu patriarch Jacob. She haed sax sons, that's descendants becam some o the Twal Tribes o Israel. She an aw haed a dochter, Dinah.

Levi

Levi (/ˈliːvaɪ/, Ebreu: לֵּוִי‬; Staundart Levi Tiberian Lēwî) wis, accordin tae the Beuk o Genesis, the third son o Jacob an Leah, an the foonder o the Israelite Tribe o Levi (the Levites) an the grandfaither o Aaron an Moses.

Methuselah

Methuselah (Ebreu: מְתֿוּשֶלַח‬ / מְתֿוּשָלַח‬, Modren Mətušélaḥ / Mətušálaḥ Tiberian Məṯûšélaḥ / Məṯûšālaḥ ; "Man o the dart/spear" Arabic: مُتوَشلخْ‎ , or alternatively "his daith shall bring judgment") is the man in the Ebreu Bible reported tae hae lived the langest.

Rachel

Rachel (Ebreu: רָחֵל‬, Modren Rakhél, Tiberian Rāḥēl, Arabic: راحیل, Rāḥīl‎) wis the favorite o Biblical patriarch Jacob's twa wives as well as the mither o Joseph an Benjamin who helped faither the twal tribes o Israel (alang wi thair brothers).

Rebecca

Rebecca appears in the Ebreu Bible as the wife o Isaac an the mother o Jacob an Esau.

Saurah

Saurah (Ebreu: שָׂרָה‬, Modren Sara, Tiberian Śārā ISO 259-3 Śarra; Laitin: Sara; Arabic: سارا or ساره Sāra;) wis the wife o Aubraham an the mither o Eesac as describit in the Ebreu Bible an the Quran.

Shem

Shem (Ebreu: שֵׁם‬ Shem;) wis ane o the sons o Noah in the Ebreu Bible as weel as in Islamic leeteratur.

Simeon (son o Jacob)

Accordin tae the Beuk o Genesis, Simeon (Ebreu: שִׁמְעוֹן‬, Modren Šim'ōn, Tiberian Šime‘ōn) wis the seicont son o Jacob an Leah, an the foonder o the Israelite Tribe o Simeon.

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