[ed-oh] /ˈɛd oʊ/
noun, plural Edos (especially collectively) Edo for 1.
a member of an indigenous people of western Africa, in the Benin region of southern Nigeria.
the Kwa language of the Edo people.
[ed-oh; Japanese e-daw] /ˈɛd oʊ; Japanese ˈɛˈdɔ/
a former name of .
(pl) Edo, Edos. a member of a Negroid people of SW Nigeria around Benin, noted for their 16th-century bronze sculptures
Also called Bini. the language of this people, belonging to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family
a state of Nigeria, in the S. Capital: Benin City. Pop: 3 218 332(2006). Area: 17 802 sq km (6873 sq miles)
extended duration orbiter
[ee-duh-mahyt] /ˈi dəˌmaɪt/ noun 1. a descendant of Esau or . Num. 20:14–21. /ˈiːdəˌmaɪt/ noun 1. an inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of Edom, whose people were hostile to the Israelites in Old Testament times 2. the ancient Semitic language of this people, closely related to Hebrew
- Edo ram
Extended Data Out Dynamic Random Access Memory extended data out random access memory
1. electrodialysis reversal 2. environmental data record
mighty; strength. (1.) One of the chief towns of the kingdom of Bashan (Josh. 12:4, 5). Here Og was defeated by the Israelites, and the strength of the Amorites broken (Num. 21:33-35). It subsequently belonged to Manasseh, for a short time apparently, and afterwards became the abode of banditti and outlaws (Josh. 13:31). It has […]