God has ascended, a place in the pastoral country east of Jordan, in the tribe of Reuben (Num. 32:3, 37). It is not again mentioned till the time of Isaiah (15:4; 16:9) and Jeremiah (48:34). It is now an extensive ruin called el-A’al, about one mile north-east of Heshbon.
- Eleanor of Aquitaine
noun 1. 1122?–1204, queen of Louis VII of France 1137–52; queen of Henry II of England 1154–89. /ˈɛlɪnə; -ˌnɔː/ noun 1. ?1122–1204, queen of France (1137–52) by her marriage to Louis VII and queen of England (1154–89) by her marriage to Henry II; mother of the English kings Richard I and John
- Eleanor of Castile
noun 1. 1241?–90, queen consort of Edward I of England 1274–90. /ˈɛlɪnə; -ˌnɔː/ noun 1. 1246–90, Spanish wife of Edward I of England. Eleanor Crosses were erected at each place at which her body rested between Nottingham, where she died, and London, where she is buried
- Eleanor of Provence
noun 1. 1223?–91, queen consort of Henry III of England 1236–72.
- Eleanor roosevelt
[roh-zuh-velt, -vuh lt, rohz-velt, -vuh lt; spelling pronunciation roo-zuh-velt] /ˈroʊ zəˌvɛlt, -vəlt, ˈroʊz vɛlt, -vəlt; spelling pronunciation ˈru zəˌvɛlt/ noun 1. (Anna) Eleanor, 1884–1962, U.S. diplomat, author, and lecturer (wife of Franklin Delano Roosevelt). 2. Edith Kermit Carow, 1861–1948, U.S. First Lady 1901–09 (wife of Theodore Roosevelt). 3. Franklin Delano [del-uh-noh] /ˈdɛl əˌnoʊ/ (Show IPA), […]