(Hebrew) tseba'oth, of tsaba', an army or host, from tsaba', to go forth to war.
(sâbayôth or sabaôth; 277),
Noun / Plural:
1. Armies; hosts.Note: [Used twice in the English Bible, in the phrase "The Lord of Sabaoth."]2. Incorrectly, the Sabbath.
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