Dabareh and Daberath are derived from the same Hebrew word. Dabareh was a Levitical city within the tribe of Isaachar's inheritance in the Promised Land.
Joshua 19:12, 21:28, 1Chronicles 6:72
A fish, fish God
Dagon was the main deity worshipped by Israel's longest and fiercest enemy the Philistines (Judges 16:23). A pagan fish god, it was credited with delivering Samson into their hands.
After the Philistine seize the Ark of the Covenant they place it in Dagon's temple as a war trophy (1Samuel 5). God's response to their lack of respect toward the Ark was to afflict, somewhat humorously, several Philistine cities with painful hemorrhoids (1Samuel 5:6)!
Roughly seventy-five years later, after overcoming Israel's King Saul in battle, the Philistines hang up his severed head in Dagon's temple (1Chronicles 10:10).
Judges 16:23, 1Samuel 5, 1Chronicles 10:10
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Dalphon was the name of one of Haman's ten sons. He, and all his brothers, were killed after their father's plot to destroy the Jews was foiled by Esther and Mordecai.
Gentle, a heifer
Damaris, a woman, was one of only two people listed in Scripture as having converted to Christianity during Paul's brief evangelism of Athens.
Judgment of God, God is my judge
Strong's #H1840, #G1158
Daniel, a member of Judah's royal family, was likely made a eunuch after he was taken captive to Babylon. His divinely inspired interpretation of dreams and visions foretold of future world empires, including those in the End Time, and revealed prophecies centered on the coming Messiah.
1Chronicles 3:1, Ezra 8:2, Nehemiah 10:6, Ezekiel 14:14, 20, 28:3, Daniel 1 - 10, 12, Matthew 24:15, Mark 13:14
Thou hast judged, judgment
Dannah was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Darius was likely a title given to Persian kings.
Ezra 4:5, 24, 5:5 - 7, 6:1 - 15, Nehemiah 12:22, Daniel 6, 9;1, 11:1, Hagai 1:15, 2:10, Zechariah 1:1, 7, 7:1
Ezra 2:56, Nehemiah 7:58
Belonging to a fountain
Numbers 16, 26:9. Deuteronomy 11:6, Psalm 106:17
David lived from 1040 to 970 B.C. He ruled over the tribe of Judah from 1010 to 1003 and over a united Israel from 1003 until his death.
Ruth 4:17, 22, 1Samuel 16:13 - 23, 17:12 - 58, 18:1 - 30, 19:1 - 22, 20:1 - 42, 21:1 - 12, etc.