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, who was one of David’s thirty heroes (2 Sam. 23:29; 1 Chr. 11:30).
So Rechab and baanah his brother slipped in and, attacking Ishbaal, they killed him and cut off his head.
The Children’s Bible Henry A. Sherman
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 […]
baasha bravery, the third king of the separate kingdom of Israel, and founder of its second dynasty (1 Kings 15; 16; 2 Chr. 16:1-6). He was the son of Ahijah of the tribe of Issachar. The city of Tirzah he made the capital of his kingdom, and there he was buried, after an eventful reign […]
noun (sometimes capital) (formerly in South Africa) control by White people of non-White people
a socialist party of some Arab countries, especially Iraq and Syria. Contemporary Examples Fundamentalist Sunni Islam was gaining ground fast in Mesopotamia in the 1990s as baathism collapsed as an ideology. The Next Wave of Jihadists Reuel Marc Gerecht March 10, 2010 The New Republic’s latest issue includes a wonderful essay by Paul Berman recounting […]