Contempt of Jehovah
Bizjothjah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Sons of thunder
Found only in the book of Mark, Jesus humorously labels brothers (and disciples) John and James the "sons of thunder." He likely gave them this designation in recognition of their over-the-top zeal as well as their sometimes misplaced and impulsive behavior.
Boaz was a wealthy land owner near Bethlehem. After he marries a woman named Ruth they produce a child named Obed, ultimately making them the great-grandparents of King David.
Boaz is also the name given to one of the two bronze pillars that stood at the entrance of Solomon's temple.
Ruth 2 - 4, 1Kings 7:21, 1Chronicles 2:11 - 12, 2Chronicles 3:17
1Chronicles 8:38, 9:44
Surpassing white, glistening, shining
Bozez is the name of a sharp rock marking the passage where Jonathan (King Saul's son) and his armorbearer had to pass in order to fight the Philistines.
Rocky height, a swell of ground
Bozkath was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
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Numbers 34:22, 6:5, 51, Ezra 7:4
Nehemiah 9:4, 10:15, 11:15
Buz was the name of one of Nahor's sons (Nahor was a brother of Abraham). Another Biblical man named Buz was a member of the tribe of Gad.
A third Buz in Scripture is the name of one of many lands and peoples condemned by God through Jeremiah the prophet.
Genesis 22:21, 1Chronicles 5:14, Jeremiah 25:23