a person who works miracles by calling upon the name of God, especially one of the German and Polish Jews of the 16th–19th centuries considered to be saintly and to possess magical powers.
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baana son of affliction. (1.) One of Solomon’s purveyors (1 Kings 4:12). (2.) Son of Hushai, another of Solomon’s purveyors (1 Kings 4:16). (3.) Father of Zadok (Neh. 3:4).
baanah son of affliction. (1.) One of the two sons of Rimmon the Beerothite, a captain in Saul’s army. He and his brother Rechab assassinated Ishbosheth (2 Sam. 4:2), and were on this account slain by David, and their mutilated bodies suspended over the pool at Hebron (5, 6, 12). (2.) The father of Heled, […]
to make the sound of a sheep; bleat. the bleating cry of a sheep. Historical Examples No, baas, better dan shoot, we make him bed—den wait see um lie down. The Bush Boys Captain Mayne Reid “Keep your money and the portrait both, baas Cogez,” he said, simply. Stories By English Authors: Germany Various Some […]