Definition of sabaoth:
The ancient sanctuary of Shiloh still continued to be the sacred town of the Hebrews, as it had been under the Canaanites, and the people of Ephraim kept there the ark of Jahveh- Sabaoth, " the Lord of Hosts."- "History Of Egypt, Chaldĉa, Syria, Babylonia, and Assyria, Volume 6 (of 12)", G. Maspero.
Strachey, Secretary of the Colony who was in Virginia 1610- 1611, mentions having obtained certain information from One Kemps, an Indian, who died the last year of the scurvye at Jamestown, after he had dwelt with us almost one whole year, much made of by our lord generall and who could speake a pretty deale of English, and came orderly to church every day to prayers, and observed with us the keeping of the Sabaoth both by ceassing from labour and repairing to church.- "Agriculture in Virginia, 1607-1699", Lyman Carrier.
- "Poems with Power to Strengthen the Soul", Various.