Habakkuk

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Habakkuk \həˈbæk.ək\ ou \ˈhæb.ə.kʌk\

  1. Habacuc, prophète de l’Ancien Testament.
    • Of Habakkuk’s personal life nothing is known with certainty, though it has been inferred, from the fact that he is termed specifically 'the prophet,' that he held a recognized position as prophet… — (Samuel Rolles Driver, The Minor Prophets: Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi in The Century Bible, 1906, page 49)
  2. Habacuc, livre de l’Ancien Testament.
    • The present study concentrates on the various types of parallelism which may be observed within the prophetic text Habakkuk 1:1–2:4. — (Robert D. Haak, "Poetry" in Habakkuk 1:1–2:4?, Journal of the American Oriental Society, vol. 108, no. 3, 1988, pp. 437–444)

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Habakkuk \həˈbæk.ək\ ou \ˈhæb.ə.kʌk\

  1. Prénom masculin.
    • It would be Bowditch’s last voyage. He had been lucky: a younger brother William died on a voyage to Trinidad in 1799, and an older brother Habakkuk drowned in Boston Harbor in 1800. — (Jeff Suzuki, Mathematics in Historical Context, 2009, page 315)

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