Son of Hannah and Elkanah of Ramathaim, as a young boy he was consecrated to God as a nazirite. He served in the sanctuary at Shiloh under Eli, the priest; he heard God calling him in a dream and became a famous prophet and one of the last judges in Israel. His name means "heard by God."
(she-moo-EL) n. Samuel. 1) The book of Samuel, part of the Nevi'im in the Tanakh; 2) Samuel, the great prophet, priest, and judge of Israel. Also transliterated as Sh'muel.
A former false Seeker of Truth who was deformed by the magic of the sword. He saught out the help of Shota who could do nothing to change him back. She took pity on him and let him stay with her as her companion.
(Old Testament) Hebrew prophet and judge who anointed Saul as king
The last judge of Israel and the first prophet, he was also a priest; the son of Hannah and Elkanah, he succeeded Eli as priest, anointed first Saul and then David to be king. See Chapter 8.
Samuel or Shmu'el (Hebrew: ×©Ö°××ž×•Ö¼×Öµ×œ, Standard Tiberian ) is an important leader of ancient Israel in the Book(s) of Samuel in the Hebrew Bible.