Elohim

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Elohim

Elohim (ĕlōhēmˈ, ēlōˈhĭm, ĕlˈōhēm), term used to designate the God of Israel. The use of Elohim in Israel's religious texts is an attempt to treat the particular Hebrew God, Yahweh, in a more general religious context.
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Elohim

spoken in place of the ineffable Yahweh. [Judaism: NCE, 22]
See: God
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Elohim

Old Testament a Hebrew word for God or gods
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