(South African) a variety of muscat grape used as a dessert fruit and in making wine
a place in Egypt mentioned only in Isa. 30:4 in connection with a reproof given to the Jews for trusting in Egypt. It was considered the same as Tahpanhes, a fortified town on the eastern frontier, but has been also identified as Ahnas-el-Medeeneh, 70 miles from Cairo.
- Han Fei-tzu
[hahn fey-dzuh] /ˈhɑn ˈfeɪˈdzʌ/ noun 1. died 233 b.c, Chinese philosopher and legal theorist.
- Han fei zu
/ˈhæn ˈfeɪ ˈtʃuː/ noun 1. died 233 bc, Chinese diplomat and philosopher of law
[han-ferd] /ˈhæn fərd/ noun 1. a city in central California. 2. a locality in SE Washington, on the Columbia River: site of an atomic energy plant (Hanford Works)