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1. Nimrod is described in Genesis as "the first on earth to be a mighty man" and "a mighty hunter before the Lord." It's easy to see how people made the leap from one mighty hunter in the Bible to calling any …

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2. Nimrod was a very significant man in ancient times, the grandson of Ham and great-grandson of Noah. Nimrod started his kingdom at Babylon (Genesis 10:10)

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3. The name “ Nimrod ” has now come to mean a great hunter since Nimrod was identified as a mighty hunter in Genesis 10:9

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4. Nimrod is described as the first of the “mighty men” to appear on the earth after the great flood

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5. Nimrod, the king of Shinar (Mesopotamia), is often accredited as the founder of human civilization

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6. Nimrod WAS "A MIGHTY HUNTER BEFORE GOD

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7. God even gave Nimrod a mighty bow to hunt them down with

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8. The Bible develops a very prominent and notorious character named Nimrod. He was the sixth son born of Cush

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9. Nimrod the mighty hunter was one of the sons of Kush

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10. Kush was the son of Ham, the lowest and least important of Noah 's three sons. Nimrod came from a line which was cursed by Noah: "Cursed be Canaan, a slave of slaves shall he be unto his brothers." By birth, Nimrod had no right to be a …

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11. Nimrod, also spelled Nemrod, legendary biblical figure of the book of Genesis. Nimrod is described in Genesis 10:8–12 as “the first on earth to be a mighty man

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12. Who Was Nimrod? "Cush was the father of Nimrod, who grew to be a mighty warrior on the earth

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13. He was a might hunter before the LORD; that is why it is said, "Like Nimrod, a mighty hunter before the LORD

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14. Nimrod - (Old Testament) a famous hunter Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection

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15. Nimrod was the egyptian Osiris and horus the risen Osiris

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16. Nimrod, grandson of Ham, son of Noah, was the real founder of the Babylonish system that has gripped the world ever since—the system of organized competition—of man-ruled governments and empires, based upon the competitive and profit-making economic system

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17. Nimrod built the Tower of Babel, the original Babylon, ancient Nineveh, many other

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18. Nimrod is a celebrated Mason in the Craft

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19. Nim'-rod (Nimrodh; Nebrod): A descendant of Ham, mentioned in "the generations of the sons of Noah" (Genesis 10; compare 1 Chronicles 1:10) as a son of Cush.He established his kingdom "in the land of Shinar," including the cities "Babel, and Erech, and Accad, and Calneh" (Genesis 10:10), of which only Babel, or Babylon, and Erech, or Uruk, have been identified with certainty.

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20. Though Nimrod's name is not directly mentioned, the Tower of Babel was built in Babylon, presumably under his direction

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21. As Nimrod was a "mighty one" among men, and the founder of the Babylonian Empire, it is natural to assume that he was the driving force behind man's rebellion in those days.

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22. Nimrod is the prototype of a rebellious people, his name being interpreted as "he who made all the people rebellious against God" (Pes

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23. The most popular version is that Nimrod and Semiramis were king and queen of Babylon

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24. The Nimrod is a very active Club of 400 Members

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25. Nimrod of the Bible rebelled against his parents, the existing kingdom of Ararat, vegan cultural norms and God

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26. Nimrod was the great grandson of Noah and son of Cush, likely born around 3225 BC

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27. Nimrod founded Assyria and the cities of Babel (Eridu), Uruk/Erech and Nineveh.

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28. Nimrod asked for a delay of three days, during which he gathered a considerable army; but this was exterminated by swarms of gnats

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29. One of these insects is said to have entered Nimrod

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30. Nimrod is the name of the Biblical king who is commonly associated with the Tower of Babel

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31. Nimrod is the most advanced form of Sentinel robot

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32. Nimrod can convert his outward appearance to resemble that of an ordinary human being

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33. Nimrod can also reconstruct himself so as to make improvements in his robotic form and internal systems that will make him a more formidable opponent.

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34. For hunter: Nimrod was ‘mighty hunter’ in Old Testament)

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35. Nimrod was born into a New World, recently recreated by God

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36. He handpicked Nimrod to transform the New World into a cauldron of rebellion.

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37. Nimrod is also called “mighty hunter” (Gen 10:9; 1 Chr

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38. In Hebrew, meaning venison, hunter, victuals, provision, hunting, catch, food (Strongs).This means Nimrod pursued, hunted and pushed his designs in brazen defiance of his Maker.The words “mighty hunter before the Lord” are found twice in Gen

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39. Nimrod created a string of cities, which obviously required both a battle against nature's forces and those of primitivity

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40. The first city Nimrod created was Babel or Babylon, which became the very center of learning in which the exiled Judahites perfected the texts that we know as the Old Testament.

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41. Nimrod definition, the great-grandson of Noah: noted as a great hunter

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42. The Hawker Siddeley Nimrod was a maritime patrol aircraft developed and operated by the United Kingdom

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43. Nimrod (rebellion; or the valiant), a son of Cush and grandson of Ham.The events of his life are recorded in (Genesis 10:8) ff., from which we learn (1) that he was a Cushite; (2) that he established an empire in Shinar (the classical Babylonia) the chief towns being Babel, Erech, Accad and Calneh; and (3) that he extended this empire northward along the course of the Tigris over Assyria

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44. And Nimrod became strong when he put on the garments, and God gave him might and strength, and he was a mighty hunter in the earth, yea, h e was a mighty hunter in the field, and he hunted the animals and he built altars, and he offered upon them the animals before the Lord

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45. Nimrod is directly linked to the building of The Tower of Babel

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46. Abraham may have been called out of Babel due to Nimrod’s hatred for God and those that worshiped him

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47. Nimrod’s full story is shrouded in myth, legend, fact, and speculation, but somewhere in all of the “noise” we’ll find the truth.

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48.Nimrod’ is a figure in the Old Testament, ‘a mighty hunter before the Lord’, and was chosen to represent Elgar’s publisher Augustus J

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49. Also Nimrod (nmrd of uncertain signification, Septuagint Nebród).

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50. Nimrod supports and defends the literary tradition of small magazines, spotlighting lesser-known poets and writers and providing foundations for their literary careers

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51. Bible verses related to Nimrod from the King James Version (KJV) by Relevance - Sort By Book Order

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52. Genesis 10:9 - He was a mighty hunter before the LORD: wherefore it is said, Even as Nimrod the mighty hunter before the LORD

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53. Genesis 10:8-10 - And Cush begat Nimrod: he began to …

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54. Nimrod looks amazing, however the articulation is mostly hampered by his general bulkiness

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where did the term Nimrod come from?

The name Nimrod is of Hebrew origin. The meaning of Nimrod is "rebel". Nimrod is generally used as a boy's name.

What is the meaning of the slang term 'Nimrod'?

Definition of Nimrod. 1 : a descendant of Ham represented in Genesis as a mighty hunter and a king of Shinar. 2 not capitalized : hunter. 3 not capitalized, slang : idiot, jerk.

Where is Nimrod found in the Bible?

Answer: Nimrod in the Bible was the great-grandson of Noah through the line of Cush (Genesis 10:8). Nimrod is described as the first of the “mighty men” to appear on the earth after the great flood. Previous to the flood, there had been giants and mighty men on the earth, and “also afterward” (Genesis 6:4).

Did Nimrod become a Nephilim?

Thus, some say that no , Nimrod was not a Nephilim but became one or that he actually became a Gibbor or a "giant" (there is that generic word again). So let us take a look at this issue from various vantage points.

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