Every change in the great offices of state affected juda, at times favorably, but more often unfavorably.
One of his invasions of juda occupies a large part of the Scripture narrative.
So Amasa went to assemble the men of juda, but he tarried beyond the set time which the king had appointed him.
Do you know, Jim, that I think there is a possible chance yet to find juda alive.
She farmed out to him the revenues of her parts of Arabia and juda, and was accompanied by him on her way towards Egypt.
Well, if juda had been with the camp when you and Frank came upon them, could they have concealed her?
Despite the wishes of his mother, Lathurus sent an army of six thousand men to support Cyzicenus against juda.
He studied a moment and then said: "Go on about juda, please."
I determined to use cedar for the keel and sides of my vessel, and oak from Bashan, in juda, for the masts and yards.
Instead of that he brought a nomination to the government of juda and the command of the army.
masc. proper name, biblical son of Jacob by Leah, also the name of a tribe of Israel, from Hebrew Yehudah, from stem of y-d-h, literally "praised."
(1.) The patriarch Judah, son of Jacob (Luke 3:33; Heb. 7:14). In Luke 1:39; Heb. 7:14; Rev. 5:5; 7:5, the word refers to the tribe of Judah. (2.) The father of Simeon in Christ's maternal ancestry (Luke 3:30). (3.) Son of Joanna, and father of Joseph in Christ's maternal ancestry (26), probably identical with Abiud (Matt. 1:13), and with Obadiah (1 Chr. 3:21). (4.) One of the Lord's "brethren" (Mark 6:3).
praise, the fourth son of Jacob by Leah. The name originated in Leah's words of praise to the Lord on account of his birth: "Now will I praise [Heb. odeh] Jehovah, and she called his name Yehudah" (Gen. 29:35). It was Judah that interposed in behalf of Joseph, so that his life was spared (Gen. 37:26, 27). He took a lead in the affairs of the family, and "prevailed above his brethren" (Gen. 43:3-10; 44:14, 16-34; 46:28; 1 Chr. 5:2). Soon after the sale of Joseph to the Ishmaelites, Judah went to reside at Adullam, where he married a woman of Canaan. (See ONAN ØT0002787; TAMAR.) After the death of his wife Shuah, he returned to his father's house, and there exercised much influence over the patriarch, taking a principal part in the events which led to the whole family at length going down into Egypt. We hear nothing more of him till he received his father's blessing (Gen. 49:8-12).