What does exodus mean

Exodus (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Ex | o | dus, Plural: Ex | o | dus | se
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈƐksodʊs]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Religion, no plural: the 2nd book of Moses in the Jewish Tanach or in the Old Testament; the description of the Israelite exodus from Egypt
2) educational language: Process in which people leave an area, a country
1) Ex, Ex., Exod.
Origin of the term:
from Latinexoduswhich goes back to the Greek ἔξοδος (éxodos) (for "exit" or "exit"); According to Kluge, the word has been used since the 20th century. The digital dictionary of the German language (dwds) shows a graphic in which the word has appeared since the 18th century.
1) second book of Moses
2) excerpt
Related terms:
2) emigration, flight
Opposite words:
1) Genesis, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
Application examples:
2) “But both alphabetical writing and animal cult already existed at the time of Exodus, for Moses carried the alphabetical writing with him and also considered it necessary to forbid the worship of animals. "
2) “A unique one in German history Exodus talent and knowledge, experience and craftsmanship began. "
Word formations:
Nominative: singular Exodus; Plural Exodus
Genitive: singular Exodus; Plural Exodus
Dative: singular Exodus; Plural Exods
Accusative: singular Exodus; Plural Exodus


  • Afrikaans: 1) Eksodus
  • Ancient Greek: 1) Ἔξοδος (Éxodos) (male)
  • Basque: 1) Irteera
  • Breton: 1) Ermaeziadeg (male)
  • Cebuano: 1) Eksodo
    • Min Dong: 1) 出 埃及 記, 出 埃及 记 (Chók-Ăi-gĭk-gé)
  • Danish: Andes Mosebog
  • English: 1) Book of Exodus, Exodus
  • Estonian:: 1) 2. Moosese raamat
  • Faroese: 1) Onnur Mósebók (male)
  • Finnish: 1) 2. Mooseksen kirja
  • French: 1) Exode
  • Greek (new): 1) Έξοδος (Éxodos) (male)
  • Hawaiian: 1) Puka ʻAna
  • I do: Exodo
  • Irish: 1) Eaxodus (male)
  • Icelandic: 1) Annar Mósebók (male)
  • Italian: 1) Esodo
  • Japanese: 1) 出 エ ジ プ ト 記 (Shutsu Ejiputo ki)
  • Corsican: 1) Esodo
    • Kurmanji: 2) koç (Female)
  • Latin: Exodus
  • Latvian: Izceļošanas grāmata
  • Limburgish: Exodus
  • Lithuanian: Išėjimo knyga (Female)
  • Dutch: Exodus
  • Norwegian: Andre Mosebok
  • Polish: Księga Wyjścia
  • Portuguese: 1) Êxodo
  • Romanian: 1) Exodule (male), Ieșirea (Female)
  • Scottish Gaelic: 1) Ecsodus (male)
  • Swedish: 1) uttåg, exodus, Andra Moseboken
  • Scots: 1) Exodus
  • Zeeland: 1) Exodus
  • Slovak: Exodus
  • Slovenian: 1) Eksodus (male)
  • Spanish: 1) Éxodo
  • Kiswahili: 1) Kutoka
  • Tagalog: Exodo
  • Czech: 1) Exodus (male); 2) exodus (male)
  • Hungarian: 1) Mózes második Königyve
  • Welsh: 1) Exodus (male)
  • Waray: 1) Exodo
  • Frisian (Western): 1) Exodus

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Ten months after hers Exodus The SPÖ has not yet got over the phantom pain from the government paradise on Ballhausplatz.
DiePresse.com, October 28, 2018

HTC wants with that Exodus bring a mobile phone to market that has cryptocurrency technology built in right away.
Technology Review, December 19, 2018

Who is the boxed version of the shooter Metro: Exodus pre-ordered, you can count on some bonuses, which publisher Deep Silver has now announced. This includes the panorama poster 'The Creatures of Metro Exodus'.
Gamezone, January 11, 2019

3 things that made fallout from Metro Exodus one thing Metro can learn from the Fallout series.
GIGA, February 21, 2019

Deep Silver and 4A Games are giving away the pre-order bonus for Metro today Exodus known. Pre-order the box version of Metro Exodus receive the panorama poster “The creatures of Metro Exodus“As an addition.
GameNewz.de, January 12, 2019

In the cafe Exodus Rock and other events arise, and there are open ears here for problems.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, January 19, 2020

Greece's mayors should be more independent. With further reforms, the Exodus of top executives will be stopped.
sueddeutsche.de, November 24, 2019

First came a Exodus wealthy people from New York, now the refugee movement has reached Hollywood as well.
BILD.de, August 19, 2020

In some newspaper reports, the end of the Berlin art scene seems to be near: collectors are fleeing, gallery owners are complaining. What is behind the supposed Exodus plugged.
Die Zeit, May 19, 2020

Corona - and now this: With the Exodus from Rolex & Co, the fate of Baselworld seems sealed.
derStandard.at, May 12, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Mass exodus
  • massive abandonment
  • panicked escape
  • Emigration: the distance, departure / departure from a place / club / country etc.
  • emigration: leaving the home country permanently
  • emigration: permanent emigration to another country; Country that is the destination of emigration; the people who have emigrated

Another word (synonym) for Exodus - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "Exodus":

exitus:… Part of speech: noun, (masculine) Word meaning / definition: 1) exit 2) the outgoing translations German: 1) exit 2) outgoing Similar terms: Exitus, exit ...

Pentateuch: ... the first book of the Pentateuch. 1) The Pentateuch consists of the following five books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy. 1) The Pentateuch was built around 440 BC ...

ethnic cleansing: ... distrust them or because they simply do not speak Arabic. [...] So while Morris is assuming an exodus' that was brought about by the war and not by Jewish or ...

Talmud: ... the Talmud was strengthened, however, remains a decision of every interpreter. "1)" The exodus of the Jews from Mesopotamia, their presence there until the destruction of the first temple ...

Elohist:] Origin of the term: Derived from the Hebrew name of God Elohim with the derivative -ist This literary source got its name after the God name "Elohim", which was prevalent before Exodus 3:15

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