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Guide
Any person directing the way for another person.
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Guide
Guide (vb.) [Heb. nāḥâ (Job 31:18; 38:32; Ps. 67:4 [MT 5]; 73:24; 78:72; Prov. 11:3; Isa. 58:11), nāhal (Ex. 15:13; Ps. 31:3 [MT 4]; Isa. 49:10; 51:18), nāhag̱ (Ps. 78:52), dāraḵ (Isa. 42:16); Gk. hodēgéō (Jn. 16:13; Acts 8:31; Rev. 7:17), metágō (Jas. 3:3f), kateuthýnō (Lk. 1:79)]; AV
Dictionary of Biblical Imagery
Guide, Guidance
Guide, GuidanceThe richness and variety of this motif are evident in the number of words used in Scripture to express the concept. At least twelve different terms (nine Hebrew and three Greek) are employed. Although the concept can be used in a more down-to-earth way, such as in guiding a cart (2 Sam
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
GUIDE
GUIDE<gid> ([אַלּוּת‎, ’alluph], [נָחַל‎, nachal], [נָחָה‎, nachah]; [ὁδηγός, hodegos], [ὁδηγέω, hodegeo]): “Guide” (noun) is the translation of ’alluph, “an intimate,” “a friend,” the leader of a family or tribe: Ps 55:13, “a man mine equal, my guide,” the Revised Version (British and American)
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Guide
GUIDE, gīd (אַלּוּף‎, ’allūph, נָחַל‎, nāḥal, נָחָה‎, nāḥāh; ὁδηγός, hodēgós, ὁδηγέω, hodēgéō): “Guide” (noun) is the tr of ’allūph, “an intimate,” “a friend,” the leader of a family or tribe: Ps 55:13, “a man mine equal, my guide,” RV “my companion”; Prov 2:17, “the guide of her youth,”