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Rabbi @ my master, a title of dignity given by the Jews to their doctors of the law and their distinguished teachers. It is sometimes applied to Christ Matthew:23:7-8; Mark:9:5 (R.V.); John:1:38 John:1:49 John:3:2 John:6:25 , etc.); also to John (3:26).
RABBI @ -The title of a Jewish teacher Matthew:23:7-8; John:3:2 -Ostentatiously used by the Pharisees Matthew:23:7 -Used in addressing John the Baptist John:3:26 -Used in addressing Jesus John:1:38 John:1:49 John:3:2; John:6:25 -R. V Matthew:26:25 Matthew:26:49 Mark:9:5; Mark:11:21; Mark:14:45; John:4:31; John:9:2; John:11:8 -R. V.) John:20:16 -Forbidden by Jesus as a title to his disciples Matthew:23:8
RABBITH @ -A city in the territory of the tribe of Issachar Joshua:19:20
RABBI @ - a title of respect signifying master, teacher , given by the Jews to their doctors and teachers, and often addressed to our Lord. Matthew:23:7-8 Matthew:26:25 Matthew:26:49; Mark:9:6 Mark:11:21 Mark:14:45 ; John:1:38 John:1:49 John:3:2 John:3:26 John:4:31 ; 6:25; 9:2; 11:8) Another form of the title was Rabboni. John:20:16) The titles were used with different degrees of honor; the lowest being rab, master then rabbi, my master ; next rabban, our master ; and greatest of all, Rabboni, my great master .
RABBITH @ - (multitude) a town in the territory, perhaps on the boundary, of Issachar. Joshua:18:20) only.
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