[ih-zee-kee-uh l] /ɪˈzi ki əl/
a Major Prophet of the 6th century b.c.
a book of the Bible bearing his name.
Moses Jacob, 1844–1917, U.S. sculptor, in Rome.
a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “God strengthens.”.
noun (Old Testament)
a Hebrew prophet of the 6th century bc, exiled to Babylon in 597 bc
the book containing his oracles, which describe the downfall of Judah and Jerusalem and their subsequent restoration
masc. proper name; in Old Testament, name of a book and of one of the great prophets of Israel, from Late Latin Ezechiel, from Greek Iezekiel, from Hebrew Yehezqel, literally “God strengthens,” from hazaq “he was strong, he strengthened” + El “God.”
God will strengthen. (1.) 1 Chr. 24:16, “Jehezekel.” (2.) One of the great prophets, the son of Buzi the priest (Ezek. 1:3). He was one of the Jewish exiles who settled at Tel-Abib, on the banks of the Chebar, “in the land of the Chaldeans.” He was probably carried away captive with Jehoiachin (1:2; 2 Kings 24:14-16) about B.C. 597. His prophetic call came to him “in the fifth year of Jehoiachin’s captivity” (B.C. 594). He had a house in the place of his exile, where he lost his wife, in the ninth year of his exile, by some sudden and unforeseen stroke (Ezek. 8:1; 24:18). He held a prominent place among the exiles, and was frequently consulted by the elders (8:1; 11:25; 14:1; 20:1). His ministry extended over twenty-three years (29:17), B.C. 595-573, during part of which he was contemporary with Daniel (14:14; 28:3) and Jeremiah, and probably also with Obadiah. The time and manner of his death are unknown. His reputed tomb is pointed out in the neighbourhood of Bagdad, at a place called Keffil.
treasure. (1.) One of the sons of Seir, the native princes, “dukes,” of Mount Hor (Gen. 36:21, 27). (2.) 1 Chr. 7:21; (3.) 4:4. (4.) One of the Gadite champions who repaired to David at Ziklag (12:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh. 3:19). (6.) A priest (12:42).
[ee-zeen] /ˈiˌzin/ noun 1. a magazine or newsletter published in electronic form, especially on a website. noun 1. a magazine available only in electronic form, for example on the Internet noun an electronically published magazine, esp. on the Internet Word Origin e- ‘electronic’ + (maga)zine electronic fan magazine
[ee-zeen] /ˈiˌzin/ noun 1. a magazine or newsletter published in electronic form, especially on a website. noun an electronically published magazine, esp. on the Internet Word Origin e- ‘electronic’ + (maga)zine electronic magazine electronic fan magazine
the giant’s backbone (so called from the head of a mountain which runs out into the sea), an ancient city and harbour at the north-east end of the Elanitic branch of the Red Sea, the Gulf of Akabah, near Elath or Eloth (Num. 33:35; Deut. 2:8). Here Solomon built ships, “Tarshish ships,” like those trading […]