1640s, sect (1c.-2c.) that held Jesus was a mere man and Christians continued bound by Mosaic Law, from Latin ebonita, from Hebrew ebyon “poor.”
abbreviation 1. earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization Often shortened to EBIT earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization
external blood loss
[eb-luh, ee-bluh] /ˈɛb lə, ˈi blə/ noun 1. an ancient city whose remains are located near Aleppo in present-day Syria, the site of the discovery in 1974–75 of cuneiform tablets (Ebla Tablets) documenting a thriving culture of the third millennium b.c.
[eb-luh-ahyt, ee-bluh-] /ˈɛb ləˌaɪt, ˈi blə-/ noun 1. the Semitic language of the people of Ebla, believed to be closely related to Ugaritic, Phoenician, and Hebrew, but written in cuneiform characters borrowed from Sumerian: decoded from the Ebla Tablets. Compare . 2. a member of these people. adjective 3. Also, Eblan [eb-luh n, ee-bluh n] […]