What is another word for issachar?

Pronunciation: [ˈɪsɐt͡ʃˌɑː] (IPA)

Issachar was one of the twelve tribes of Israel and his name has various meanings in Hebrew, such as "he will bring a reward" and "man of hire". Synonyms for Issachar include names of other tribes, such as Judah and Levi, as well as alternative spellings, such as Yissachar and Yissakhar. Other similar words include names with similar meanings, such as Boaz and Jethro, which both mean "strength", and Zebulun, which means "to dwell". These synonyms provide alternative names for those wanting to incorporate the meaning or tribute of Issachar into their names or writings.

Synonyms for Issachar:

  • n.

    person
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What are the hypernyms for Issachar?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    hebrew, Biblical Figure, ancestor of Jesus, son of Jacob.

Usage examples for Issachar

issachar, the support of Barak, threw himself in the valley at his heels.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker
issachar entered now and then, and made brief remarks about sundry things as he gave additional polish to the knobs on the railing, but he always went out again.
"A Dozen Ways Of Love"
Lily Dougall
issachar had gone out, and the Anglican priest sat erect, gazing at the Jew through the fading light, his attention painfully strained by the sense of loneliness and surprise.
"A Dozen Ways Of Love"
Lily Dougall

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