- Moses; met: the books of Moses, the Pentateuch.
- Μωϋσῆς, Μωσῆς
- Μωυσῆς (Μωϋσῆς, T; Μωσῆς, Rec.), -έως, dative - (as LXX: Exo.5:20, al.), and -εῖ, accusative -ῆν (ac LXX) and -έα (Luk.16:29 only) (Heb. מֹשֶׁה),
Moses:; νόμος Μωυσέως,
RefsMat.8:4 17:3-4, al.; by meton., of the books of Moses,
RefsLuk.2:22 24:44, Jhn.7:23, Act.13:39 15:5 28:23, 1Co.9:9, Heb.10:28
RefsLuk.16:29 24:27, Act.15:21, 2Co.3:15
1) the legislator of the Jewish people and in a certain sense the founder of the Jewish religion. He wrote the first five books of the Bible, commonly referred to as the Books of Moses.Literal: Moses = "drawing out"
Μωσεύς, Μωσῆς, Μωΰσῆς
Mōseus Mōsēs Mōusēs
Of Hebrew origin [H4872]; Moseus, Moses or Mouses (that is, Mosheh), the Hebrew lawgiver
KJV Usage: Moses.