Naomi


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Na·o·mi

 (nā-ō′mē)
In the Bible, the mother-in-law of Ruth.

Naomi

(ˈneɪəmɪ)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the mother-in-law of Ruth (Ruth 1:2). Douay spelling: Noemi

Na•o•mi

(neɪˈoʊ mi)

n.
the mother-in-law of Ruth. Ruth 1.
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Noun1.Naomi - the mother-in-law of Ruth whose story is told in the Book of Ruth in the Old TestamentNaomi - the mother-in-law of Ruth whose story is told in the Book of Ruth in the Old Testament
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Naomi

[ˈneɪəmɪ] NNaomi
References in classic literature ?
by Naomi Brocklehurst, of Brocklehurst Hall, in this county.
lay-brothers--Francis, Naomi, Joseph--seize him and bind his arms
Naomi finally began her much-needed treatment last July after begging specialists to postpone it long enough so that she could give her daughter a head start by breast-feeding her.
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When Michael and his daughters run into Naomi in the neighborhood, the girls coolly observe their father's tenderness toward her.
Ruth and Naomi could have been leaving that all behind, but then they have to go and look for a male relative to "redeem" them.
Of course, each writer disguises his or her identity with a false name, and follow-up correspondence between Dave and each writer helps Dave to see the letter writers as individuals, but he doesn't actually know their identities and of course they think he is Naomi.
Naomi, 22, was last seen by a girlfriend when she was dropped off.
All argue in favor of what Naomi Miller calls "the malleable boundaries of.