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What is Daniel in Latin?

   Daniel is a Hebrew name that means "God is my judge," and it's mesoretic form would be דָּנִיֵּאל. St. Jerome translated this Hebrew name into Latin as Dani (MORE)
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What is the book of Daniel?

Answer 1: The book of Daniel is one of the prophetic books of the old Testament. It also tells in detail of the conditions experienced by the Jews who were displaced after the (MORE)

Who is Daniel cook?

Daniel Cook is a preschooler featured in a 6-minute Playhouse Disney show. The person that the other answerer is talking about is David Cook who beat David Archuleta at Americ (MORE)

Who was Daniel Sickles?

Daniel Edgar Sickles was a major general in the Civil War. While he was riding on a horse, a 12 pound canon bomb crushed his leg. Daniel was okay, although his leg was removed (MORE)
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Who is Daniele Vare?

  Daniele Vare was an Italian expatriate who lived in China in the 1920s and 1930s. Some sources of unknown reliability credit him with being an Italian diplomat. He wrote (MORE)

Who was Daniel Morgan?

Daniel Morgan was a general in the American Revolution. He was born in 1736 and died in 1802. During the American Revolution he defeated the British at the Battle of Cowpens. (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Who is Daniel dahm?

    Dr. Daniel Dahm is an ecologist, geographer, activist, born 1969 in Cologne, Germany. His areas of expertise are transdisciplinary macroscopic perspectives on comp (MORE)

Who was Daniel McNaughten?

  Daniel McNaughten, WAS a young Glaswegian wood-turner who shot Edward Drummond Esq on a freezing January afternoon in 1843. The unfortunate Mr Drummond was not only a sc (MORE)

How old is Daniel?

According to one analysis, the story of Daniel (Biblical figure)  dates to around 600 BC, with the stories of the Book of Daniel  collected by around 200 to 100 BC.
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