Which name means "skillful driver"
in Hebrew and English: Jehu or
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In English the archaic word
jehu denotes a "fast, skillful driver." It
derives from Jehu, the name of an Israelite
king who driveth furiously (II Kings ix.20). The name
Ezekiel derives from the Hebrew Yechezqel, God strengthens.
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