multitude, a name figuratively assigned to the place in which the slaughter and burial of the forces of Gog were to take place (Ezek. 39:16).
multitude of Gog, the name of the valley in which the slaughtered forces of Gog are to be buried (Ezek. 39:11,15), “the valley of the passengers on the east of the sea.”
he-ass, a Hivite from whom Jacob purchased the plot of ground in which Joseph was afterwards buried (Gen. 33:19). He is called “Emmor” in Acts 7:16. His son Shechem founded the city of that name which Simeon and Levi destroyed because of his crime in the matter of Dinah, Jacob’s daughter (Gen. 34:20). Hamor and […]
[hamp-duh n, ham-] /ˈhæmp dən, ˈhæm-/ noun 1. John, 1594–1643, British statesman who defended the rights of the House of Commons against Charles I. 2. Walter (Walter Hampden Dougherty) 1879–1955, U.S. actor. /ˈhæmpdən; ˈhæmdən/ noun 1. John. 1594–1643, English statesman; one of the leaders of the Parliamentary opposition to Charles I
[ham-per] /ˈhæm pər/ verb (used with object) 1. to hold back; hinder; impede: A steady rain hampered the progress of the work. 2. to interfere with; curtail: The dancers’ movements were hampered by their elaborate costumes. noun 3. Nautical. gear that, although necessary to the operations of a vessel, is sometimes in the way. [ham-per] […]