Ichabod (Hebrew: אִי כָבוֹד, i khavod – inglorious) is named by the Books of Samuel as the brother of Ahitub. Ichabod is also identified by the Books of Samuel as having been the son of Phinehas, and as having been born on the day that the Ark was taken into Philistine captivity.
Ichabod Crane is the main protagonist and a man who was born in the 18th century, and was a former Oxford history professor who became a captain in the Revolutionary War. Being killed while in battle, Crane somehow awoke in a modern-day Sleepy Hollow.
Ichabod Crane is a character and the main protagonist of Disney's 1949 short The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, segment to the 1949 film The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. Ichabod Crane is the schoolmaster who arrives in Sleepy Hollow to teach kids at the school. He loves to eat and read a lot.
Question: "What does the term 'Ichabod' mean in the Bible?". Answer: The term Ichabod is found in two places in the Bible,1 Samuel 4:21 and 14:3. Ichabod was the son of Phinehas and the grandson...
Washburn’s Ichabod has no connection to. *Ichabod Crane, a principal character of Washington Irving’s “Sleepy Hollow”. *The similarly-attired Planter’s Peanuts Mr. Peanut.
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Ichabod. (ĭk`əbŏd) [Heb.,=inglorious], in the Bible, son of Phinehas and grandson of the High Priest Eli.
Hebrew l-kavod (אִיכָבוֹד) ‘without honor’; alluding to 1 Samuel 4:21, where Eli’s daughter-in-law names her child Ichabod, saying ‘The glory is departed from Israel.’ IPA(key): /ˈɪkəbɒd/. Ichabod. (archaic) A male given name. Ichabod. Expressing regret at a loss of former glory or high standards.
12" Vinyl LP Record/Vinyl Ichabod's long awaited Merrimack album is now on Vinyl. This LP contains the original 7 songs of the overall concept album...
Ichabod explores the Age of Apostasy, predicted in 2 Thessalonians 2:3, with an emphasis on UOJ, Church Growth, and Emergent Church heresies.