One of the principal names by which God is designated in the Hebrew Scriptures.
("Lords") Common name for God used in the Old Testament; translated "God" in the Bible
"Mighty One" Hebrew title for Yahweh.
Elohim: the Cosmic beings who GOD created to help him create the infinite omniverse. The Elohim are more of the mind aspect or thought attributes of GOD and the Archangels and Angels are more the feeling tones of GOD. The Ascended Masters are more the balance between the two. These are the three lines of evolution in GOD's infinite Omniverse
(Heb, plural) Gods, usually translated God; corresponds to the creative logoi or hosts emanated from the First Logos. acies totius Universi . . . (Spinoza) "The face of the whole universe, though it varies in infinite modes, yet remains always the same."
(Hebrew plural of Eloah, "God.") The name of God used in the first verse of the Bible: "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." The Seven Mighty Elohim and their feminine counterparts are the builders of form. They are the "seven spirits of God" named in Revelation 4:5 and the "morning stars" that sang together in the beginning, as the Lord revealed them to Job (Job 38:7). In the order of Hierarchy, the Elohim and cosmic beings carry the greatest concentration, the highest vibration of light that we can comprehend in our present state of evolution.
Hebrew word generally translated in English as "God" or "god." More properly, Elohim is a uni-plural word meaning "Mighty One." Other related Hebrew words include El, Eloah, Eloi, Elyon. Like Adonai, it is a title, not a name. In fact, the title can refer to YHWH the Father, YahShua His Son, but it is also used in Scripture in reference to false "gods" and even men.
(ello-heem) [gods, Hebrew pl.] Deity as an aggregate of many infinite forces enja (fen-vah) [ fen water] One of the giantesses who turn the magic mill Grotte
The name of God the Father.
Means 'G-d,' 'gods,' and 'judges.'
the “Creator-and-Judge-and-Ruler” name for God
Hebrew for "the gods," it is used in the later sources of the HB as a "plural of majesty" to refer to the one God of Israel; the Elohist source in particular favors this name for God
(eh-loe-HEEM) One of many Hebrew words used to designate â€œGod.
Title for YHWH
Plural form of the Hebrew eloah, God. Elohist is the unknown author of the parts of the Bible where Elohim is used for God instead of Yahweh.
A Hebrew word meaning God; Israel's most general way of referring to its deity; the Elohist portions of the Pentateuch refer to God with this term. See Introduction, Part 1 Sources, Part 1 Elohist Texts, Chapter 1.
God gods, judges
(Genesis 1.26) "Gods" (plural), "God" Eloha. Manifold expression of The Source in order to create diversity of Creation.
A common Hebrew word meaning “God.
Elohim (×Ö±×œ×•Ö¹×”Ö´×™× , ××œ×”×™×) is a Hebrew word which expresses concepts of divinity. It is apparently related to the Hebrew word Ä“l, though morphologically it consists of the Hebrew word Eloah (××œ×•×”) with a plural suffix. Elohim is the third word in the Hebrew text of Genesis and occurs frequently throughout the Hebrew Bible.