[ee-thee-op-ik, -oh-pik] /ˌi θiˈɒp ɪk, -ˈoʊ pɪk/
a subdivision of Semitic languages that includes Amharic, Tigré, Tigrinya, and , all of Ethiopia.
the ancient language of Ethiopia, belonging to the Semitic subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic family: a Christian liturgical language See also Ge’ez
the group of languages developed from this language, including Amharic, Tigre, and Tigrinya
denoting or relating to this language or group of languages
a less common word for Ethiopian
ethmo- pref. Ethmoid bone; ethmoid: ethmoturbinals.
- Eternal death
The miserable fate of the wicked in hell (Matt. 25:46; Mark 3:29; Heb. 6:2; 2 Thess. 1:9; Matt. 18:8; 25:41; Jude 1:7). The Scripture as clearly teaches the unending duration of the penal sufferings of the lost as the “everlasting life,” the “eternal life” of the righteous. The same Greek words in the New Testament […]
[eth-moid] /ˈɛθ mɔɪd/ Anatomy adjective 1. Also, ethmoidal. of or relating to a bone at the base of the cranium and the root of the nose, containing numerous perforations for the filaments of the olfactory nerve. noun 2. the ethmoid bone. /ˈɛθmɔɪd/ adjective 1. denoting or relating to a bone of the skull that forms […]
noun 1. the city of Rome, Italy.