craftsmen, a valley named in 1 Chr. 4:14. In Neh. 11:35 the Hebrew word is rendered “valley of craftsmen” (R.V. marg., Geha-rashim). Nothing is known of it.
to grill or broil over a charcoal fire. transitive verb See chargrill transitive verb to broil on a charcoal grill or on a rack over very high heat; also called charbroil Word Origin 1959-64; charcoal + grill Usage Note cooking
Carchemish. an ancient city in S Turkey, on the upper Euphrates: important city in the Mitanni kingdom; later the capital of the Hittite empire. noun an ancient city in Syria on the Euphrates, lying on major trade routes; site of a victory of the Babylonians over the Egyptians (605 bc) fortress of Chemosh, a city […]
a water hole, pool, or puddle.
a device that burns charcoal, as a stove or brazier. a person employed in the manufacture of charcoal. noun (formerly) a person whose work was making charcoal by burning wood