Genubath



theft, the son of Hadad, of the Edomitish royal family. He was brought up in Pharaoh’s household. His mother was a sister of Tahpenes, the king of Egypt’s wife, mentioned in 1 Kings 11:20.

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    [jee-noo, -nyoo, jen-oo, -yoo] /ˈdʒi nu, -nyu, ˈdʒɛn u, -yu/ noun, plural genua [jen-oo-uh, -yoo-uh] /ˈdʒɛn u ə, -yu ə/ (Show IPA). Anatomy, Zoology. 1. the knee. 2. a kneelike part or bend. /ˈdʒɛnjuː/ noun (anatomy) (pl) genua (ˈdʒɛnjʊə) 1. the technical name for the knee 2. any kneelike bend in a structure or part […]

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