whom God has given. (1.) An inhabitant of Jerusalem, the father of Nehushta, who was the mother of king Jehoiachin (2 Kings 24:8). Probably the same who tried to prevent Jehoiakim from burning the roll of Jeremiah’s prophecies (Jer. 26:22; 36:12). (2.) Ezra 8:16.
[el oh-beyd] /ˌɛl oʊˈbeɪd/ noun 1. a city in the central Sudan: Egyptian army defeated by Mahdist forces 1883. [kawr-doh-fahn] /ˌkɔr doʊˈfɑn/ noun 1. a province in the central Sudan. About 147,000 sq. mi. (380,730 sq. km). Capital: El Obeid. /ɛl əʊˈbeɪd/ noun 1. a city in the central Sudan, in Kordofan province: scene of […]
[el neen-yoh; Spanish el nee-nyaw] /ɛl ˈnin yoʊ; Spanish ɛl ˈni nyɔ/ noun 1. a warm ocean current of variable intensity that develops after late December along the coast of Ecuador and Peru and sometimes causes catastrophic weather conditions. /ɛl ˈniːnjəʊ/ noun 1. (meteorol) a warming of the eastern tropical Pacific occurring every few years, […]
/ˈɛləˌkjuːt/ verb 1. (intransitive) (facetious) to speak as if practising elocution; declaim
[el-uh-kyoo-shuh n] /ˌɛl əˈkyu ʃən/ noun 1. a person’s manner of speaking or reading aloud in public: The actor’s elocution is faultless. 2. the study and practice of oral delivery, including the control of both voice and gesture. /ˌɛləˈkjuːʃən/ noun 1. the art of public speaking, esp of voice production, delivery, and gesture n. mid-15c., […]