(LXX. “deadly,” Vulg. “burning”), Num. 21:6, probably the naja haje of Egypt; some swift-springing, deadly snake (Isa. 14:29). After setting out from their encampment at Ezion-gaber, the Israelites entered on a wide sandy desert, which stretches from the mountains of Edom as far as the Persian Gulf. While traversing this region, the people began to murmur and utter loud complaints against Moses. As a punishment, the Lord sent serpents among them, and much people of Israel died. Moses interceded on their behalf, and by divine direction he made a “brazen serpent,” and raised it on a pole in the midst of the camp, and all the wounded Israelites who looked on it were at once healed. (Comp. John 3:14, 15.) (See ASP.) This “brazen serpent” was preserved by the Israelites till the days of Hezekiah, when it was destroyed (2 Kings 18:4). (See BRASS.)
[Italian fye-zaw-le] /Italian ˈfyɛ zɔ lɛ/ noun 1. Giovanni da [Italian jaw-vahn-nee dah] /Italian dʒɔˈvɑn ni dɑ/ (Show IPA), . 2. a town in central Italy, near Florence: Etruscan and ancient Roman ruins; cathedral. /Italian ˈfiɛːzole/ noun 1. a town in central Italy, in Tuscany near Florence: Etruscan and Roman remains. Pop: 14 085 (2001) […]
[fee-es-tuh; Spanish fyes-tah] /fiˈɛs tə; Spanish ˈfyɛs tɑ/ noun, plural fiestas [fee-es-tuh z; Spanish fyes-tahs] /fiˈɛs təz; Spanish ˈfyɛs tɑs/ (Show IPA) 1. any festival or festive celebration. 2. (in Spain and Latin America) a festive celebration of a religious holiday. /fɪˈɛstə; Spanish ˈfjesta/ noun 1. a religious festival or celebration, esp on a saint’s […]
[fyes-tah th e taw-raws; English fee-es-tuh dey tawr-ohs, tohr-] /ˈfyɛs tɑ ðɛ ˈtɔ rɔs; English fiˈɛs tə deɪ ˈtɔr oʊs, ˈtoʊr-/ noun, plural fiestas de toros [fyes-tahs th e taw-raws; English fee-es-tuh z dey tawr-ohs, tohr-] /ˈfyɛs tɑs ðɛ ˈtɔ rɔs; English fiˈɛs təz deɪ ˈtɔr oʊs, ˈtoʊr-/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. a bullfight; corrida.
[fyes-tah tou-ree-nah] /ˈfyɛs tɑ taʊˈri nɑ/ noun, plural fiestas taurinas [fyes-tahs tou-ree-nahs] /ˈfyɛs tɑs taʊˈri nɑs/ (Show IPA). Spanish. 1. .