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A pseudonym taken by the archangel Raphael who appears in disguise to help Tobit and his son Tobias (Tobit 5:4, 13; 12:15). Azarias is the Greek form of the Hebrew name Azariah (עֲזַרְיָה, azaryah; “Yahweh has helped”).
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AZARIAS (PERSON) [Gk Azarias (Ἀζαριας)]. The name assumed by the archangel RAPHAEL in the book of Tobit (5:13—Eng 5:12). Tobit, blind and destitute except for money left for safekeeping with a man named Gabael in Rages, prayed for help. God sent Raphael to assist him. The archangel identified himself
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Azarias.—King of Juda. He began his reign at the age of 16 years, 812 b.c. The first part of his reign was prosperous and happy; but presuming to offer incense in the temple, he was smitten with leprosy, and continued a leper till his death, in 758 b.c.
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Azariah [az-uh-rī-uh] (עזריה, “Yahweh Is Might”) (1) alternate name of King Uzziah of Judah (2 Kings 14:21) (2) son of Nathan (4), or possibly Nathan (2) the prophet; supervised provisioning of Solomon’s palace (1 Kings 4:5) (3) the prophet who encouraged King Asa of Judah to start a religious reform;