[Korean che-mool-paw] /Korean ˈtʃɛ mulˈpɔ/
a former name of Inchon
[kem-ur-jee, kuh-mur-] /ˈkɛm ɜr dʒi, kəˈmɜr-/ noun 1. a division of applied chemistry concerned with the industrial use of organic substances, especially substances obtained from farm produce, as soybeans or peanuts. /ˈkɛmɜːdʒɪ/ noun 1. the branch of chemistry concerned with the industrial use of organic raw materials, esp materials of agricultural origin
merchant. (1.) A Benjamite (1 Chr. 7:10). (2.) The father of Zedekiah (1 Kings 22:11, 24).
[chi-nahb] /tʃɪˈnɑb/ noun 1. a river in S Asia, flowing SW from N India to the Sutlej River in E Pakistan. About 675 miles (1085 km) long. /tʃɪˈnæb/ noun 1. a river rising in the Himalayas and flowing southwest to the Sutlej River in Pakistan. Length: 1087 km (675 miles)
whom Jehovah hath made. “Chief of the Levites,” probably a Kohathite (1 Chr. 15:22), and therefore not the same as mentioned in 26:29.