Abinoam


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Abinoam

(əbĭn`ōəm), in the Bible, father of Barak.
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Although it is said, "On that day Deborah and Barak son of Abinoam sang" (Judges 5:1), Abravanel believes that Barak "pushed himself in" (nidhaf) to Deborah's song against her will.
Sung by Abinoam after his son Barak wins the military victory that will free their people, the aria is peppered with the topoi of noble masculinity: dotted rhythms permeate the accompaniment, and the vocal line is characterized by fanfarelike ascents (m.
La primera traduccion--reescritura--de Don Quijote al hebreo fue la realizada por Najman Frenkel en 1871: Sefer Abinoam baglili o Hamashiaj haevil ("El libro de Abinoam ha-Glili [de Galilea] o el mesias necio"), en el cual se habla de la hazanas de un heroe judio, personificacion de don Quijote, cuya vida y aventuras se desarrollan en la Tierra de Israel, a fines del periodo del Segundo Templo (comienzos del siglo II).
Judges 5:1, "Then sang Deborah and Barak the son of Abinoam the same day saying Prayse ye the Lord for the avenging of Israel, & for the etc.
5 That day Deborah zinc Barak son of Abinoam sang this song:
The name Abinoam, for example, has two entries, but in neither case is the b fully preserved, so the name is also found as Adoniam ('bn'm: 'dn'm, Samaria Ostraca 9,10).