dug over, a town in the Shephelah or low hills of Judah (Josh. 15:35), where the five confederated Amoritish kings were defeated by Joshua and their army destroyed by a hailstrom (10:10, 11). It was one of the places re-occupied by the Jews on their return from the Captivity (Neh. 11:30).
Socoh was on the south side of the Valley of Elah and azekah was across the wady to the northwest.
Biblical Geography and History Charles Foster Kent
azel noble, a descendant of king Saul (1 Chr. 8:37; 9:43, 44). Contemporary Examples “We trust Mustafa Abdel Jalil,” said azel din el Sharif and Taofik ben Jomiah, two Libyan activists and organizers. Libya’s New Rebel Leader Igor Kossov August 28, 2011 Historical Examples We now have to discover the animal which was signified by […]
any liquid mixture having constant minimum and maximum boiling points and distilling off without decomposition and in a fixed ratio, as isopropyl alcohol and water. noun a mixture of liquids that boils at a constant temperature, at a given pressure, without change of composition azeotrope a·ze·o·trope (ə-zē’ə-trōp’, ā’zē-) n. A liquid mixture of two or […]
an orange-red, crystalline, water-insoluble powder, C 12 H 10 N 2 , obtained from nitrobenzene by reduction: used chiefly in the manufacture of dyes and as an insecticide. Historical Examples The parent substance is “azobenzene,” and these three colouring-matters are mono-, di- and triamido-azobenzene respectively. Coal Raphael Meldola noun a yellow or orange crystalline solid […]
- Azo dye
any of a large class of dyes containing one or more azo groups. noun any of a class of artificial dyes that contain the azo group. They are usually red, brown, or yellow and are obtained from aromatic amines