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Isrā^ël , ēlis (in Sid. Carm. 16, 7, scanned with
I.a short), m., Israel, another name of the patriarch Jacob, Just. 36, 2, 3; Prud. Psych. 650; Vulg. Gen. 32, 28; Sid. Carm. 16, 8.—
II. Transf.
A. The descendants of Israel, the Israelites: “locutus est ad omnem Israel,Vulg. Lev. 21, 24; id. 1 Cor. 10, 18.—
B. The people of God: “pax super ... Israel Dei,Vulg. Gal. 6, 16; ib. Rom. 11, 26. —
III. Derivv.
A. Isrāēlītae , ārum, m., the Israelites, Juvenc. Act. Apost. 1, 208; Vulg. 1 Sam. 14, 22.—Trop.: “non omnes qui ex Israel, ii sunt Israelitae,Vulg. Rom. 9, 6; cf. id. Joh. 1, 47.—Sing., Vulg. Rom. 11, 1; Sid. Ep. 7, 6.—In appos.: “cum viro Israelita,Vulg. Lev. 24, 10: “nomen viri Israelitae,id. Num. 25, 14.—
B. Isrāēlītĭcus , a, um, adj., Israelitish, Not. Tir. p. 192; Aug. Civ. Dei, 15, 20; 16, 16.—
C. Isrāē-lītis , ĭdis, f., an Israelitish woman, Hier. Ep. 70, n. 2; Vulg. Lev. 24, 10.
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