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- King David
- "The universal expectation is that the Messiah will be a descendent of David ha-Melech." (Glinert)
- "The second source is from Tehillim as David Hamelech reminisces over the difficult period of his life." (https://canada.ncsy.org/david-hamelech/)
- "A cursory glance at the pesukim of Shmuel Beis perek 11 seems to portray Dovid Hamelech in a blindingly bad light." (https://outorah.org/p/17365/)
- "A failure of morality, not legality: Insights into Dovid HaMelech’s evaluation of the transgression of the sheep thief in Noson HaNovi’s parable." (https://outorah.org/p/31413/)
Languages of Origin
דוד המלך david hammelech 'the king David'
Who Uses This
Religious: Jews who are engaged in religious observance and have some Jewish education
Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)
The Joys of Hebrew, by Lewis Glinert (New York, 1992).
pronounced as either da-VEED ha-MEH-lech, or DUH-vihd ha-MEH-lech or DUH-vihd ha-MAY-lech, but not as DAY-vihd.
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