Encontrados 19 resultados para: eunuch

  • a hunchback, someone with rickets or ophthalmia or the scab or running sores, or a eunuch. (Leviticus 21, 20)




  • and the king appoint commissioners throughout the provinces of his realm to bring all these beautiful young virgins to the citadel of Susa, to the harem under the authority of Hegai the king's eunuch, custodian of the women. Here he will give them whatever they need for enhancing their beauty, (Esther 2, 3)

  • Blessed, too, the eunuch whose hand commits no crime, and who harbours no resentment against the Lord: a special favour will be granted to him for his loyalty, a most desirable portion in the temple of the Lord. (Wisdom of Solomon 3, 14)

  • Like a eunuch trying to take a girl's virginity is someone who tries to impose justice by force. (Ecclesiasticus 20, 4)

  • He looks and sighs like a eunuch embracing a pretty girl -- how he sighs! (Ecclesiasticus 30, 20)

  • No foreigner adhering to Yahweh should say, 'Yahweh will utterly exclude me from his people.' No eunuch should say, 'Look, I am a dried-up tree.' (Isaiah 56, 3)

  • But Ebed-Melech the Cushite, a eunuch attached to the palace, heard that Jeremiah had been put into the storage-well. As the king was sitting in the Benjamin Gate, (Jeremiah 38, 7)




  • From the Israelites, the king ordered Ashpenaz, his chief eunuch, to bring a certain number of boys of royal or noble descent; (Daniel 1, 3)

  • The chief eunuch gave them other names, calling Daniel Belteshazzar, Hananiah Shadrach, Mishael Meshach, and Azariah Abed-Nego. (Daniel 1, 7)

  • Daniel, who was determined not to incur pollution by food and wine from the royal table, begged the chief eunuch to spare him this defilement. (Daniel 1, 8)

  • God allowed Daniel to receive faithful love and sympathy from the chief eunuch. (Daniel 1, 9)

  • But the eunuch warned Daniel, 'I am afraid of my lord the king: he has assigned you food and drink, and if he sees you looking thinner in the face than the other boys of your age, my head will be in danger with the king because of you.' (Daniel 1, 10)




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