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`abar
`ad
`agalah
`al
`al-ken
`am
`amir
`amorah
`amos
`anaw
`aphar
`ares
`asah
`asara
`ashuqim
`asis
`atah
`atserah
`atsum
`ayin
`azah
`ebed
`ebrah
`eden
`egel
`enab
`epha
`eqeb
`eseb
`etsem
`ir
`lh
`lp
`md
`nh
`nsh
`od
`olam
`on
`oz
`shq
`uzziah
`wd
`wt
`yq
 
1 Sam 4:2 literal rendering
 
9:8-15 origin and redaction
 
'ab
'abal
Accad
'ach
'achad
'achar
'achare
'acharit
acrostic 
ad loc.
'adam
'adamah
a dig
'adon
'adon master (longer entry)
Adonai: the name
agrarian
Agriculture
'aguda
Ahab (reigned c.871-852BCE)
Akkadian or Accadian 
allegory
alliteration
allusion
altars
'amar
Amarna
'amits
Amorite
Amos 1 (TempEV)
Amos 1 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 2 (TempEV)
Amos 2 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 3 (TempEV)
Amos 3 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 4 (TempEV)
Amos 4 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 4:4-5 today?
Amos 5 (TempEV)
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Amos 6 (TempEV)
Amos 6 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 6:10 translation problems
Amos 6:1-6 and Isaiah 5:11-13
Amos 7 (TempEV)
Amos 7 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 8 (TempEV)
Amos 8 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 9 (TempEV)
Amos 9 (Temporary English Version - TempEV) printable version
Amos 9:8 and 1 Kings 13:34: allusion and dating
Amos 9:8-15 origin and redaction
Amos and Wisdom traditions
Amos as a prophetic book
Amos, the prophet
Amos: Hypertext Bible Commentary: opening page
Amos: Hypertext Bible Commentary: title page
'anak
Anaphoresis
'anoki: Ani
anonymous
anthropomorphic
antonym
'ap
'apel
'apes
aphorism
apocalyptic
Apocrypha
apodictic
apophthegma
Arad
Aram
'aram
Aramaic
'arba`ah
'arba`im
'ariy
Ark of the Covenant
'armon
'arom
article
artisans
'asap
Ashdod
'asher
Ashkelon
ashlar
'ashma
assonance
Assyria
'atah
'atsar
a unique appellation
Author
autobiography
Autumn Festival
'awen
'ayin
 
ba`abur
Baal
Babylon
bachur
badal
Bah, Humbug!
Balance in Ps 2:1
bamah
bar
Barbara Browning: thanks
barzel
Bashan
bat
bayit
'bd
be
Beersheba
beged
ben
ben-hadad
be'osh
beqiach
beriach
berit
Bethel
beth-el
betulah
Biblical Commentaries at Qumran
Bibliography of works cited in this commentary
binyanim
biq`ah
blg
bnh
boles
boqer
boshes
bq`
bqr
bqsh
br'
brch
btch
bts`
Building Materials: Bricks and stones
bw'
bzz
 
calendar
Calneh or Calno
Canaan
canon
Carmel
casuistic law
catena
chag
chamas
chamets
charuts
chason
chatta'
chatta`t
chay
chazah
chazaq
chb'
chbl
chdl
chemed
chereb
cherubim
chlh
chll
chlq
chnn
chodesh
chomah
choq
chorep
choser
chozeh
chps
chrb
chrd
Chronicler
chrsh
chshb
chshk
chuts
chyh
Citation for the Distinguished Teaching Award
Cities - the archaeology of biblical cities
Cliche
Climate
Clustered words in Amos 5
Clusters of messenger formulae
codes
codex
cognate
coherence
cohesion
Conclusion: 9:7-15
construct relationship
context
corvée
cotext
covenant
Covenant Code
critical apparatus
criticism
cultic
culture
Cuneiform Alphabet
Cuneiform Alphabet "b" (beth)
Cuneiform Alphabet "k" (kaph)
Cuneiform Alphabet "k" (kaph) answer
Cuneiform Alphabet "n" (nun)
 
dal
Damascus
dammeseq
Dan
Dating
David (reigned c.1015–975BCE)
dawid
dbr
Dead Sea scrolls
deber
decalogue
diachronic
Discrimination in Amos' judgments
dittography
dob
dosh
Dr Tim Bulkeley : Academic Curriculum Vitae
drk
drsh
dual
dualism
dugah
 
Earthquake
'ebyon
eclectic
ecstasy
Edom
Egypt
Ekron
election
'eleph
Ellipsis: Not saying what you mean
'ellon
'elohim
emend
emphasis
Emphatic construction in Hebrew
empirical
'epha
Ephraim
epigraph
epiphany
epistemology
'erets
'erez
eschatology
'esh
esthetic or aesthetic
Esthetics of Amos 1:15
'et
et al.
'etan
ethics
etiology or aetiology
etymology
euphemism
Evidence of Idolatry and Polytheism in Ancient Israel
execration texts
exegesis
exile
existential
Exodus
 
Fertile Crescent
First Testament
form
form criticism
formula
Fragments of a Hymn in Amos
frequency of the title/name 'my lord Adonai' ('dny yhwh)
Frequency of use of hinneh by Bible book
Funerals
 
gadol
gale`ed
galut
gam
gannah
ga'on
Gates
Gath
Gattung
Gaza
gazam
gazit
gd`
gdl
gdr
gebul
genealogy
genizah
genre
GENRE: Kinds of Literature
geshem
gez
Gezer Calendar
gib`ah
gibbor
Gilead
Gilgal
glh
gll
gloss
gobah
gobay
God changes his mind
God has rejected you! 8:4-9:4
golah
goy
Greek
grsh
 
haggadah
halakah
halo'
Hamath
hamon
hapak
hapax legomenon
haplography
har
harah
has
hazael
Hazael (reigned c.842-800BCE)
Hazor 
'hb
Hebrew
Hebrew (language)
Hebrew Bible
Heilsgeschichte
henotheism
hermeneutics
Hexapla
Hexateuch
heykal
Hezekiah (reigned c.727-698BCE)
High Places
hinneh
hinneh (behold): an interjection typical of biblical Hebrew style
hiphil
Historical Setting
historico-critical
hlk
ho
holy
homeoteleuton
How the Gibeonites became slaves
hoy
hrg
hrs
htr
hu'
hyh
hymn
Hypertext Bible Commentary - Amos: instructions for use
Hypertext Bible Commentary Project
Hypertext Bible project
 
ibid
iconoclasm
ideology
i.e.
If God is against you... 5:21-6:14 
'ikkar
'im
imagery
immanent
in toto
inclusion
inflection (of Verbs)
inter alia
interpolation
interrogative
Introduction: 1:1-2
ipsissima verba
ipso facto
irony
Isaac
Isaac in Amos
'ish
'ishah
Israel in Amos
Israel, the Syrian City-States and the Assyrian Empire
 
Jebusite
Jeroboam I (reigned c.925–901BCE)
Jeroboam II (reigned c.786–746BCE)
Jerusalem
Jonah 
Josiah (reigned c.639–608BCE)
Judah
Judaism
Justice in Amos
 
kaphtor
kar
karmel
kazab
kbh
kebarah
keli
kelub
ken
kepir
kerem
keren
kerygma
kesep
kesil
kethib
ki
kima
Kir
kiyun
'kl
klh
koach
koh
kohen
kokav
koper
kra`ayim
krt
Kunstprosa
kushi
kwl
kwn
 
la`anah
Lachish letters
laken
Language effects promoting coherence in Amos 3:3-8
Languages of the Bible
laylah
lchts
leb
lebo' hamath
lechem
lectionary
lema`an
Letter Two
level of quotation
Levite
linguistics
literary criticism
Literary features
liturgy
lkd
lqch
lqsh
 
ma`al
ma`ala
ma`aseh
ma`aser
machaneh
mah
mamlakah
manos
manuscript (MS plural MSS)
mapal
maqom
mar
marbeq
Mari
marzeach
mas'et
maskil
Masoretic Text (MT)
matay
matnayim
mayim
me`onah
me'ah
Megiddo
mehumah
Melchisedek
melek
melo'
Menu: Bible Commentary: Amos
meri
Mesopotamia
Messages about Messages in Amos 7
Messenger formulae in 3:9-15
Messiah
meta'eb
metaphor
metonymy
mi
mibtsar
midbar
milchamah
minchah
Minor Prophets
mirma
Mishnah
mishpachah
mishpat
misped
miTah
mizbeach
mizrach
mizraq
mkr
mlt
mn`
Moabite Stone
Molek/Molech
monarchy
monotheism
moqesh
motif
moznayim
m's
mshch
mshk
mtr
mts
'mts
mug
mwt
myth
 
na`al
na`arah
nabi'
nachal
nachash
nah
narratee
Narrative
Narrative Poetics of Am 7:10-17
narrative speed
narrator
nathan
nazir
Nazirites
nb'
nbt
nchm
ndh
nebel
nedavah
neged
nehi
ne'ot
nephesh
neqochah
netsach
ne'um
new moon
ng`
ngd
ngsh
niqayon
nkh
nogah
Nomad
noqed
Note on the sources of images
Note on the use of 'aguda - band or vault of heaven?
Notes
notes on 1:1
notes on 1:2
notes on 1:3-2:16
notes on 1:3-5
notes on 1:6-8
notes on 1:9-10
notes on 1:11-12
notes on 1:13-15
notes on 2:1-3
notes on 2:4-5
notes on 2:6
notes on 2:6-16
notes on 2:7
notes on 2:8
notes on 2:9-10
notes on 2:11-12
notes on 2:13
notes on 2:14-16
notes on 3:1-2
notes on 3:3-8
notes on 3:9-11
notes on 3:12
notes on 3:13-15
notes on 3:15
notes on 4:1-3
notes on 4:4-5
notes on 4:6 (1st disaster)
notes on 4:6-11
notes on 4:7-8 (2nd disaster)
notes on 4:9 (3rd disaster)
notes on 4:10 (4th disaster)
notes on 4:11 (5th disaster)
notes on 4:12
notes on 4:13
notes on 5:1
notes on 5:1-17
notes on 5:2
notes on 5:3
notes on 5:4-6
notes on 5:7
notes on 5:8-9
notes on 5:10
notes on 5:10-13
notes on 5:11-12
notes on 5:13
notes on 5:14-15
notes on 5:16-17
notes on 5:18-20
notes on 5:19
notes on 5:21-23
notes on 5:24
notes on 5:25-27
notes on 6:1-7
notes on 6:8
notes on 6:8-11
notes on 6:9
notes on 6:10
notes on 6:11
notes on 6:12
notes on 6:13-14
notes on 7:1-3
notes on 7:4-6
notes on 7:7-9
notes on 7:10-17
notes on 8:1-3
notes on 8:4-14
notes on 9:1-4
notes on 9:5-6
notes on 9:7-10
notes on 9:11-15
npl
nqb
ns'
nshk
nt`
nTh
nTph
ntsb
ntsh
ntsh
ntsl
nw`
nwh
nws
 
'o
occurrence
onomatopoeia
ontology
op.cit.
Opening instructions and welcome
'or
oracle
Oracles against the nations, in Amos
Oracles against the nations: 1:3-2:16 
ostraca
'oyeb
'ozen
 
pace
Page Index for articles in Amos: Hypertext Bible Commentary
pah
Palestine
palit
panim
papyrus
paradigm
parah
parallelism
paraphrase
parenthesis
parousia
particle
pe'ah
pedantic
peger
peh
pejorative
pelishtim
pen
Pentateuch
peres
peri
pericope
periphrasis (adj. periphrastic)
pesha`
pg`
phenomenology
Philistines
philology
Philosophy and organization of this commentary
Phoenicia
plot
pneumatology
Poetic Analysis of Ps 2:1-9
Poetic Analysis of Ps 2:12
poetics
poetry
polemic
polytheism 
Poverty and wealth in Eighth Century Israel
Power in Amos
pqd
premise
prima facie
profane
prolegomenon
Prophetic books and the prophets whose names they bear
Prophetic literature
Prophets
Prophets (Former & Later Prophets)
Prophets and Intercession
prose
prt
psalm
Psalm 1, inclusion
Psalm 2 sound effects
Psalm 2 changes
Psalm 2 expansion
Psalm 2:1 (syntactic and morphological parallelism)
Psalm 2:3
Psalm 2:5
Psalm 42 (CEV)
pseudepigrapha
pseudonymous
psychology
ptch
pure
 
qal
qar'a
qarchah
qarqa
qatan
qayits
qdm
qere
qereb
qeshet
qets
qinah
qir
qnh
qodesh
qol 'all, every'
qol 'voice, sound'
qshr
qtr
qtsr
questions
quotation
qwm
 
r`sh
ra`
ra`ab
rab
Rabbah
rabbinic
rachamim
raq
rasis
rationalism
rbh
rchb
rdp
rechob
recodification
Redaction Criticism
redactor
reductionism
regel
Regions of Palestine
Rehoboam (reigned c.926-910BCE)
renaissance
Research and correction
re'shit
rgz
r'h
rhetoric
Rhetorical Criticism
rhyme
rhythm
rib
rkb
ro`eh
root
r'osh
routes
rtsh
rtsts
ruach
rwts
rych
 
sa'ar
sabbath/shabbat
sacred
sacrifice
Samaria
Sample letter 
Sanctuary
sane'
sap
saq
sar
saviv
sb`
schema
Second Temple
sedom
sela`
semantic field
semantics
semiotics
Semites
Semitic Languages (showing their family relationships)
Septuagint (LXX)
serapah
sgr
sha`ar
sha'anan
shachar
shalem
shalosh, seloshah
sham
shamayim
shameach
shanah
sha'on
shb`
shbr
shbt
shcht
sheach
shebeT
shebet
shebiy
shebut
shekel
shelem
shem
shemen
shemesh
shen
sheol
she'rit
shetayim
sh'g
shidaphon
shiqmah
shir
shkb
shkch
shlch
shlk
shm`
shmd
shmm
shmr
shod
shophar
shophet
shoresh
sh'p
shpk
shq`
shqh
sh'r
shth
shub
shwT
sid
sieves
sikkut
simile
sir(ah)
Sitz im Leben
Slavery, debt and society in ancient Israel
slch
smk
sod
Solomon (reigned c.975–925BCE)
Source criticism
Speech in the narrative (Am 7:10-17)
sph
srch
srp
srp
stich
Storehouses
str
strata
strophe
structuralism
Structure of the Book
sukka
Sumer
Superscription
Superscriptions to prophetic books
suphah
sus
swm
swr
sycamore
Symmachus
synchronic
syncretism
synecdoche
synonym (adj. synonymous)
Syria
 
t`b
ta'ah
Tabernacle
tachat
Talmud
Tame'
tamim
TaNaK
Targum
tawek
techillah
Technical assistance
te'ennah
tehom
Tekoa
tell or tel
tense and the Hebrew Verb System
teqo'ah
terminus ad quem
teru`ah
Tetragrammaton
tetrateuch
textual criticism
textual note on Amos 4:2-3
textual note on Amos 6:12
The Book of Amos
The Book of the Twelve: the "Minor" Prophets
The Day of the Lord, Adonai's Day, in Amos
The Exodus in Amos
The People of the Land
The prophet and his message: 7:1-8:3
The prophet and his message: Chapter 3 as a whole
The Semantic Field "Speech" in Amos 3
The turning point: 5:1-17
theme
theocentric
theocracy
theodicy
theophany
theophoric
timeline
tmk
tob
todah
topos
torah
Torah
tps
tq`
Trade and Commerce in Eighth Century Israel
transcendent
Translating `uq in Amos 2:13
Translation of 'anak in the Bible - Amos 7:7-8
Translation problems in Amos 1:13
Translation problems in Amos 7:2
transliteration
trp
tsadiq
tsahorayim
tsalmawet
tsaphon
tsarar
tseba'ot
tsedaqah
tselem
tseror
tsinah
tsiphor
tsiyon
tslh
tsm'
ts'on
tsuah
two kingdoms
Tyre
 
ubidmeseq
'ud
Ugarit
'ulay
uncial
univocal
Using this commentary
usury
Uzziah (reigned c.783-742BCE)
 
vassal
verb forms in Hebrew
Versions
Visions in Amos
Viticulture
Vorlage
Vulgate
 
walls
Warnings ignored: 4:1-13
Water supply
Wellhausen's view on Amos 9:11ff.
'wh
When chapter or verse numbers do not 'match'
Wine & Vineyards
Wisdom
Word Pairs
word-units
Writing
Writings (Kethubim)
 
ya`ad
ya`an
ya`r
yachdaw
yachid
yad
Yahweh
yam
yapeh
yayin
ybsh
yd'
yehoash or yoash 
Yehudah 
ye'or
yerabam 
yeraqon
yerekah
yerushalayim 
yisra'el
ykh
ykl
yll
yom
yosep
yr'
yrd
yrsh
ysd
yshb
ysp
ytr
yts
ytsg
ytsr
ytst
 
zayit
zebah
zeh/z'ot
zera`
zhr
zimrah
znh