masc. proper name, in Old Testament eldest son of Cain, father of Methuselah, from Latin Enoch, from Greek Enokh, from Hebrew Hanokh, literally "dedicated, consecrated," from hanakh "he dedicated," whence also Hanukkah. Related: Enochian.
1. Enoch Davies and Liam O'Rourke were there, and eager to fill his place alongside her.
2. And Jared lived a hundred sixty - two years and begot Enoch.
3. The entire lifetime of Enoch was three hundred and sixty - five years.
4. When Enoch had lived sixty - five years, he became the father of Methuselah.
5. Enoch's name signified in the Hebrew, Initiate or Initiator.