firm-rooted, the most northerly of the five towns belonging to the lords of the Philistines, about 11 miles north of Gath. It was assigned to Judah (Josh. 13:3), and afterwards to Dan (19:43), but came again into the full possession of the Philistines (1 Sam. 5:10). It was the last place to which the Philistines carried the ark before they sent it back to Israel (1 Sam. 5:10; 6:1-8). There was here a noted sanctuary of Baal-zebub (2 Kings 1: 2, 3, 6, 16). Now the small village Akir. It is mentioned on monuments in B.C. 702, when Sennacherib set free its king, imprisoned by Hezekiah in Jerusalem, according to the Assyrian record.
- Ek se
/ɛk seɪ/ sentence substitute 1. (South African) an expression used to seek agreement, for emphasis, etc
- Eksi sozluk
World-Wide Web (“Sour Dictionary”) An online, Turkish, colaborative, hypertext dictionary. Eksi Sozluk Home (http://sourtimes.org/). (2006-11-02)
EKY abbr. electrokymogram electrokymogram
[e-kwey-lee, -ley] /ɛˈkweɪ li, -leɪ/ noun 1. a paper money, brass coin, and monetary unit of Equatorial Guinea, equal to 100 centimos: replaced the peseta in 1973.