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The Variances of Translations Regarding the Hebrew word, "Elohim".

You can look up your preferred lexicon(s) / Dictionary / Dictionary for Strong's Hebrew Number H0430 (or H430) for the meanings of "elohim"; 

Which Is intended (IMPLIED) for Divine Beings/Ones (or not so-Divine, but "mighty") in the spiritual realms, like, we know of course the Father, and Son, as well as Angels. For some reason, old Bibles, or at least KJV, will use the word "judges", and even "exceeding" for "elohim", which is the underlying word. Can also mean MIGHTY ONE(S), or MIGHTY & DIVINE ONES. Can refer to pagan idols as well, physical or imaginary.

"Elohim" is Strong's Number 0430 here... note that the KJV used the words "judge/judges" here, as well as “great”, and followed by “thunderings” in one verse. The word "judges" is usually applied to Strong's Hebrew Number 08199 or 06419. Also used is simply “mighty” (I.e. “mighty [elohim] prince/thunderings”), and “great [elohim] wrestlings”: 

Exodus 21:6 Then his master<0113> shall bring<05066> him unto the ☛judges<0430>☚; he shall also bring<05066> him to the door<01817>, or unto the door post<04201>; and his master<0113> shall bore<07527> his ear<0241> through with an aul<04836>; and he shall serve<05647> him forever<05769>.


Exodus 22:8 If the thief<01590> be not<03808> found<04672>, then the master<01167> of the house<01004> shall be brought<07126> unto ☛the judges<0430>☚, to see whether he have put<07971> his hand<03027> unto his neighbor’s<07453> goods<04399>. 9 For all manner<01697> of trespass<06588>, whether it be for ox<07794>, for ass<02543>, for sheep<07716>, for raiment<08008>, or for any manner of lost thing<09>, which another challenge<0559> to be his, the cause<01697> of both parties<08147> shall come<0935> before ☛the judges<0430>☚; and whom the ☛judges<0430> shall condemn<07561>, he shall pay<07999> double<08147> unto his neighbor<07453>.


1 Samuel 2:25 If one man<0376> sin<02398> against another<0376>, ☛the judge<0430>☚ shall judge<06419> him: but if a man<0376> sin<02398> against the Lord<03068>, who shall intreat<06419> for him? Notwithstanding they hearkened<08085> not unto the voice<06963> of their father<01>, because the Lord<03068> would<02654> slay<04191> them.


Now, ELOHIM, Strong's H430, as "mighty"/"great"…

Genesis 23:6 Hear us <H08085> (8798), my lord <H0113>: thou art a ☛mighty <H0430>☚ prince <H05387> among us <H08432>: in the choice <H04005> of our sepulchers <H06913> bury <H06912> (8798) thy dead <H04191> (8801); none <H0376> <H03808> of us shall withhold <H03607> (8799) from thee his sepulcher <H06913>, but that thou mayest bury <H06912> (8800) thy dead <H04191> (8801).


Genesis 30:8 And Rachel <H07354> said <H0559> (8799), With ☛great <H0430>☚ wrestlings <H05319> have I wrestled <H06617> (8738) with my sister <H0269>, and I have prevailed <H03201> (8804): and she called <H07121> (8799) his name <H08034> Naphtali <H05321>.


Exodus 9:28 Intreat <H06279> (8685) the LORD <H03068> (for it is enough <H07227>) that there be no more ☛mighty <H0430>☚ thunderings <H06963> and hail <H01259>; and I will let you go <H07971> (8762), and ye shall stay <H05975> (8800) no longer <H03254> (8686).






You can also Internet the search for definitions with the words:

Strong’s Hebrew H430 

and get a listing of results.

a couple of Examples:



The Hebrew word "Eloah" seems more confined, and not as arbitrary (like GOD, FATHER, etc. multi-usage common generic shared words), as well as the Aramaic equivalent, of "alaha" (we want you to pronounce that as "aa-la-ha", for a reason you can imagine.😛)  

Cp. also Strong's Hebrew H426, ('elahh), which is Aramaic, and used about 70 times in the Books of Daniel and Ezra:


Personally I go by as Yeshua did and taught us in the Gospels: pray to, worship, and ask of/from THE FATHER (sometimes I even use the word Dad 😉 ) ... it comes from the Hebraic word ABBA. Some people use that, and the writers and translators in Post Gospels did use the Multi-Usage Common Shared word for the equivalent of the word "Elohim".