regions beyond; i.e., on the east of Jordan, a mountain, or rather a mountain-chain, over against Jericho, to the east and south-east of the Dead Sea, in the land of Moab. From “the top of Pisgah”, i.e., Mount Nebo (q.v.), one of its summits, Moses surveyed the Promised Land (Deut. 3:27; 32:49), and there he died (34:1,5). The Israelites had one of their encampments in the mountains of Abarim (Num. 33:47,48) after crossing the Arnon.
And departing from Helmondeblathaim, they came to the mountains of abarim over against Nabo.
The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version Various
The so-called mountains of the abarim are simply the wild, rocky hills and promontories which rise rapidly from the Dead Sea.
Biblical Geography and History Charles Foster Kent
He is to ascend the mountain of abarim and look forth over the land Israel is to inhabit; then he is to be gathered to his people.
The Expositor’s Bible:The Book of Numbers Robert A. Watson
- Abariringa island
. a coral atoll in the S Pacific Ocean, part of Kiribati: largest of the Phoenix Islands. 3.5 sq. mi. (9 sq. km).
abarognosis abarognosis a·bar·og·no·sis (ā-bār’ŏg-nō’sĭs) n. Loss of the ability to sense weight.
to reduce or lower, as in rank, office, reputation, or estimation; humble; degrade. Archaic. to lower; put or bring down: He abased his head. Historical Examples Tarquinius, angry at his opposition, took measures to abase him and to bring his art into contempt. Dio’s Rome, Volume 1 (of 6) Cassius Dio He saw a way […]
to reduce or lower, as in rank, office, reputation, or estimation; humble; degrade. Archaic. to lower; put or bring down: He abased his head. verb (transitive) to humble or belittle (oneself, etc) to lower or reduce, as in rank or estimation n. early 15c., “embarrassment, dread, fear,” from abase + -ment. Sense of “action of […]