(Heb. menatstseah), the precentor of the Levitical choir or orchestra in the temple, mentioned in the titles of fifty-five psalms, and in Hab. 3:19, Revised Version. The first who held this office was Jeduthun (1 Chr. 16:41), and the office appears to have been hereditary. Heman and Asaph were his two colleagues (2 Chr. 35:15).
noun, Nautical. 1. . noun 1. the officer of a merchant vessel next in command beneath the captain. noun 1. an officer second in command to the captain of a merchant ship Also called first officer
noun 1. the highest officer in the U.S. Navy and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
noun 1. the senior officer of the U.S. Army or Air Force, a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, responsible to the secretary of a service branch. 2. (lowercase) the senior or principal staff officer in a brigade or division or higher unit in the U.S. Army or Marine Corps, in a numbered unit […]
noun 1. the titular head of a nation, as a president or king.