Moabitarum numen. Ierem. c. 48. v. 46. Χαμῶς LXX. interpretes vocant; et nomine tantummodo a Phegorio Deo hunc distare sentit D. Hieronymus. Philo Iudaeus, Allegor. 2. Χαμὼς ἑρμηνεύεται ὡς ψηλάφημα, quod caecorum fere proprium. Sane mosch est contrectavit, seu palpavit, et elementum Caph servile, ὡς interpretatur.

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  • Chemosh-nadab — (Assyrian Kammusu Nadbi) was the king of Moab during the reign of Sennacherib. He is described on Sennacherib s Prism as bringing tribute to the Assyrian king during the latter s Levantine campaigns. This biography of a member of a Middle Eastern …   Wikipedia

  • Chemosh — Kemoch Kemoch, parfois appelé Chamôs, était le dieu des Amorites puis des Moabites. Comme beaucoup d autres dieux, Kemoch était honoré de sacrifices humains. Certains pensent que le roi Moabite lui offrit son fils en holocauste lorsque sa ville,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CHEMOSH —    the national god of the Moabites, akin to Moloch, and their stay in battle, but an abomination to the children of Jehovah …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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