[ US /ˌzækɝˈaɪəs/ ]
- an Old Testament book telling the prophecies of Zechariah which are concerned mainly with the renewal of Israel after the Babylonian Captivity
- a Hebrew minor prophet of the late 6th century BC
How To Use Zacharias In A Sentence
- There was, however, a rumor that later, when the alpha, beta, gamma theory went temporarily on the rocks, he seriously considered changing his name to Zacharias.
- Zacharias's song of praise, in thankfulness for the birth of John, and in prospect of the birth of Jesus, ver. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)
- As she buried herself under the thin, moth-eaten sheets, she knew it was no use trying to sleep, she had two hours of it in the carriage, and the way Zacharias was noisily rummaging through his suitcase wasn't helping.
- Gerock (p. 20) thinks that Zacharias 'prayer was not for a son of his own, but for an adopted son as, for instance, the future husband of Mary who might become his heir, and hence accounts for his surprise and unbelief at the announcement of John. The Koran (Al-Qur'an)
- Zacharias leaned back against the wall, wincing again with the recurring pain from his back. WITHOUT REMORSE
- Zacharias was a minor painter when he wasn't living off his mistresses, and reputedly a dissolute.
- Zacharias' prophetic words earlier made the same point, ‘God hath visited and redeemed his people, the dayspring from on high hath visited us’.
- Zacharias Werner, author of a number of romantic melodramas, the heroes of which are described as monkish ascetics, religious mystics, and "spirits who wander on earth in the guise of harp-players" -- Zacharias Werner also went to Vienna and joined the order of Ligorians. A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century
- Zacharias Kunuk has been experiencing a lot of firsts lately.
- And it came to pass, that on the eighth day they came to circumcise the child; and they called him Zacharias, after the name of his father.