a highly disciplined, fundamentalist Christian sect, active especially in the early 1970s, whose mostly young converts live in communes.
noun 1. . [her-uh-klahy-dee] /ˌhɛr əˈklaɪ di/ noun 1. a drama (429? b.c.) by Euripides.
plural noun 1. the Hebrews; Jews.
- Children of the east
the Arabs as a whole, known as the Nabateans or Kedarenes, nomad tribes (Judg. 6:3,33; 7:12; 8:10).
[chahyld-ri-zis-tuh nt] /ˈtʃaɪld rɪˌzɪs tənt/ adjective 1. that resists being opened, tampered with, or damaged by a child; childproof: a child-resistant medicine cabinet.