silence, (comp. Ps. 94:17), the fourth son of Ishmael; also the tribe descended from him; and hence also the region in Arabia which they inhabited (Gen. 25:14; 1 Chr. 1:30). There was also a town of this name in Judah (Josh. 15:52), which has been identified with ed-Domeh, about 10 miles southwest of Hebron. The place mentioned in the “burden” of the prophet Isaiah (21:11) is Edom or Idumea.
- Du Maurier
[doo mawr-ee-ey, dyoo; French dy moh-ryey] /du ˈmɔr iˌeɪ, dyu; French dü moʊˈryeɪ/ noun 1. Dame Daphne (Lady Browning) 1907–1989, English novelist. 2. her grandfather, George Louis Palmella Busson [pal-mel-uh boo-sohn;; French by-sawn] /pælˈmɛl ə buˈsoʊn;; French büˈsɔ̃/ (Show IPA), 1834–96, English illustrator and novelist. 3. her father, Sir Gerald (Hubert Edward Busson) [by-sawn] /büˈsɔ̃/ […]
[duhm] /dʌm/ adjective, dumber, dumbest. 1. lacking intelligence or good judgment; stupid; dull-witted. 2. lacking the power of speech (offensive when applied to humans): a dumb animal. 3. temporarily unable to speak: dumb with astonishment. 4. refraining from any or much speech; silent. 5. made, done, etc., without speech. 6. lacking some usual property, characteristic, […]
noun, Pathology. 1. an irregular form of intermittent malarial fever, lacking the usual chill. noun 1. an irregular form of malarial fever (ague) lacking the typically symptomatic chill
[duhm-bahr-tn] /dʌmˈbɑr tn/ noun 1. Also, Dunbarton. Also called Dumbartonshire [duhm-bahr-tn-sheer, -sher] /dʌmˈbɑr tnˌʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). a historic county in W Scotland. 2. a city in W Scotland, near the Clyde River: shipbuilding. /dʌmˈbɑːtən/ noun 1. a town in W Scotland, in West Dunbartonshire near the confluence of the Rivers Leven and Clyde: centred […]