A patriarch of Biblical history, in the time of the Deluge.
The one righteous man left on earth according to Genesis 6:8-10, God told him to build an ark to avoid destruction in a great flood. After the flood, he and his family were the first human beings to eat meat.
the Hebrew patriarch who saved himself and his family and the animals by building an ark in which they survived 40 days and 40 nights of rain; the story of Noah and the flood is told in the Book of Genesis
A prophet to whom Muhammadans give the title of the "Prophet of God," see Gen. 6:10 and Qur'an, surihs 11, 71, for an account of his life and of the Flood.
A spiritually advanced man who knew where to be at the right time so the cataclysm would not harm him. By 2900, scientists say, there will be so many people on this earth that earth will not be able to move but by that time there will be hardly anyone on this earth for it will have been refurbished; a natural occurrence of the Living Spirit.
Built a boat and survived the Flood with his family and representatives of the animal world; God made a covenant with him promising never again to destroy the world with a flood. See Chapter 1.
According to the Bible Noah or Noach (Hebrew: × ×•Ö¹×—Ö· or × Ö¹×—Ö·, Standard Tiberian ; Arabic: Ù†ÙˆØ, ; "Rest") was the tenth and last of the antediluvian Patriarchs, best known for the Deluge which came in his time. His story is contained in the Hebrew Bible (Torah)'s book of Genesis, chapters 5-9.