Antothite



antothite

an inhabitant of Anathoth, found only in 1 Chr. 11:28; 12:3. In 2 Sam. 23:27 it is Anethothite; in 1 Chr. 27:12, Anetothite. (R.V., “Anathothite.”)

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    a cavity in a body organ, especially a bone. Historical Examples The antrum pyloricum is small and not very distinctly marked. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 13, Slice 6 Various We found that the tumor did extend from the antrum, into which I could bore my finger easily. New, Old, and Forgotten Remedies: Papers by […]

  • Antra

    a cavity in a body organ, especially a bone. noun (pl) -tra (-trə) (anatomy) a natural cavity, hollow, or sinus, esp in a bone n. “a cave or cavity,” late 14c., medical Latin, from Greek antron “cave.” antrum an·trum (ān’trəm) n. pl. an·tra (-trə) A nearly closed cavity or chamber, especially in a bone. The […]



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