ethaldehyde eth·al·de·hyde (ě-thāl’də-hīd’)
perhaps another name for Khetam, or “fortress,” on the Shur or great wall of Egypt, which extended from the Mediterranean to the Gulf of Suez. Here the Israelites made their third encampment (Ex. 13:20; Num. 33:6). The camp was probably a little to the west of the modern town of Ismailia. Here the Israelites were […]
[e-tham-byuh-tawl, -tol] /ɛˈθæm byəˌtɔl, -ˌtɒl/ noun, Pharmacology. 1. an antimicrobial substance, C 10 H 24 N 2 O 2 , active against susceptible bacteria of the genus Mycobacterium, in the treatment, in combination with other drugs, of tuberculosis. /ɛˈθæmbjʊˌtɒl/ noun 1. a compound used in the treatment of tuberculosis ethambutol eth·am·bu·tol (ě-thām’byə-tôl’, -tōl’) n. An […]
[eth-uh-meen, eth-am-een] /ˈɛθ əˌmin, ɛθˈæm in/ noun 1. .
[ee-thuh n] /ˈi θən/ noun 1. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “strength.”. masc. proper name, from Hebrew ethan “strong, permanent, perennial, ever-flowing” (of rivers). firm. (1.) “The Ezrahite,” distinguished for his wisdom (1 Kings 4:31). He is named as the author of the 89th Psalm. He was of the tribe of […]