Jehudi

Jehudi

(jēhyo͞o`dī), in the Bible, officer of Jehoiakim's court.
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27) I wonder if there is, really, such a thing as a nefesh jehudi, a "Jewish soul," as apparently propounded in the Israeli national anthem.
Before being renamed after Abraham Lincoln, the school was founded in 1854 and named after Jehudi Ashmum, the missionary and governor of Liberia from 1824-1828.
There, Jehudi reads the scroll of Jeremiah to King Jehoiakim.
In the project, funded by the Leverhulme Trust, Dr Wheeler will be working with the Scott Polar Research Institute, The Met Office Hadley Research Centre and Hull University's Maritime Studies Unit Dr Wheeler, who won the Royal Meteorological Society's 2009 Jehudi Neumann Prize for his research into climate change, was involved in an earlier project using historical naval logbooks to plot past weather conditions.
Samuel Bacon (1822), Jehudi Ashmun, an ACS agent in Liberia, writes:
Jehudi Menuhin yesterday called him "the most beloved violinist".
rejoice at the success of Isaac Levison--for, you know, he is "a Jehudi.
The colony had many difficulties, and its survival in the early years was due mainly to the efforts of Jehudi Ashmun, who was sent there by the society and who built up the colony in spite of epidemics and native attacks.
Dr Wheeler has been awarded the Jehudi Neumann prize for 2009 from the Royal Meteorological Society.