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Definition of Moabite

  • One of the posterity of Moab, the son of Lot. (Gen. xix. 37.) Also used adjectively.

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He is supposed, by some commentators, to be the god mentioned under the name of Baal-peor, in the Book of Numbers,[79] as having been worshipped by the idolatrous Moabites.
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They who object to the Messianic interpretation on the ground that, at the time of Christ, the Moabites had disappeared from the stage of history, overlook the circumstance, that the Moabites here, as well as in Is.
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If the prophecy were fulfilled upon the Moabites, even at the time when they still existed as a nation, not as Moabites, but as the enemies of the people of God; then the limit of their national existence cannot be the limit of the fulfilment of the prophecy.
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It appears, _still further_, from the circumstance that, in the same passage, the command to exclude the Ammonites and Moabites is founded upon a special reason.
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The same applies to the Ammonites and Moabites also, who, in like manner, are mentioned by Amos, and not by Joel.
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The Ammonites are charged in Amos i. 13 with ripping up the women with child of Gilead, that they might enlarge their border; and the crime of the Moabites, rebuked in chap.
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There is one only which forms an apparent exception, viz., that of the Moabites, who are, in chap.
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The hatred against the Covenant-people, which the [Pg 360] Moabites were too weak openly to exhibit, impelled them to this wicked deed against the king tributary to them.-3.
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And gracious indeed it is; the Moabites and Ammonites invade the land, but Jehoshaphat without any effort on his part wins a glorious victory, and inexhaustible plunder (xx. 1 seq.).
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The case is no better with the victory of Jehoshaphat over the Ammonites and Moabites (2Chronicles xx.); here we have probably an echo of 2Kings iii.
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The Hagarenes and Ituraeans too, instead of (say) the Moabites and Ammonites, furnish food for reflection, as also do the geographical statements that Gad had his seat in Bashan and Manasseh in and near Lebanon.
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And when they forget Jehovah their God, He sold them into the hand of Sisera, captain of the host of Hazor, and into the hand of the Philistines, and the Moabites, and they fought against them.
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The reason for changing the Moabites into Midianites is not made clear; but the fact is undoubted that the Midianites never lived in that part of the world.
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In the district to the east of Jordan the (Canaanite) Amorites had, sometime previously, driven the Ammonites from the lower Jabbok and deprived the Moabites of all their territory to the north of the Arnon; on the plateau opposite Jericho Heshbon had become the capital of Sihon, the Amorite king.
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From these straits the Moabites were rescued by their cousins, the nomads of the wilderness of Kadesh.
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He appears to have come into conflict first with the Moabites, whom he vanquished and treated with savage atrocity.
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Rabbath-Ammon could not now hold out any longer, and the Ammonites shared the fate of their Moabite brethren.
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He lived with his two daughters, who became the guilty mothers of the Moabites and the Ammonites, who settled on the hills to the east of Jordan and the Dead Sea.
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In successive campaigns, extending over thirty years, he reduced the various Canaanite nations that remained unconquered—the Amalekites, the Moabites, the Philistines, the Edomites, and the Syrians of Tobah.
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In his reign the Moabites, who paid a tribute of one hundred thousand sheep and one hundred thousand lambs, revolted.
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Examples of Moabite

Example #1
But the Phallus or Lingam was a representation of the male principle only.
Example #2
The Phallus was a sculptured representation of the _membrum virile_, or male organ of generation,[76] and the worship of it is said to have originated in Egypt, where, after the murder of Osiris by Typhon, which is symbolically to be explained as the destruction or deprivation of the sun's light by night, Isis, his wife, or the symbol of nature, in the search for his mutilated body, is said to have found all the parts except the organs of generation, which myth is simply symbolic of the fact, that the sun having set, its fecundating and invigorating power had ceased.
Example #3
Such a king has, indeed, strength in the Lord, Is.
Example #4
The partial view arises, therefore, from the nature of the case; and only _in that case_ could doubts arise as to the ultimate reference to the Messiah, if the other view were altogether _denied_. But such is by no means the case; for the words in ver. 9, "Blessed is he that blesseth thee," distinctly point it out.
Example #5
The passage [Pg 518] in Is.
Example #6
A case quite analogous is found in Mic.