graciously given. (1.) The son and successor of Nahash, king of Moab. David’s messengers, sent on an embassy of condolence to him to Rabbah Ammon, his capital, were so grossly insulted that he proclaimed war against Hanun. David’s army, under the command of Joab, forthwith crossed the Jordan, and gained a complete victory over the Moabites and their allies (2 Sam. 10:1-14) at Medeba (q.v.). (2.) Neh. 3:13. (3.) 3:30.
- Han unification
- Han Wu Ti
[hahn woo dee] /ˈhɑn ˈwu ˈdi/ noun 1. (Liu Ch’e; Liu Che) 156–87 b.c, emperor of China 140–87.
- Hanya holm
[hohlm] /hoʊlm/ noun 1. Hanya [hahn-ye] /ˌhɑn yɛ/ (Show IPA), 1895?–1992, U.S. dancer, choreographer, and teacher; born in Germany. /həʊm/ noun (dialect, mainly Northwest English) 1. an island in a river, lake, or estuary 2. low flat land near a river /həʊm/ noun 1. short for holm oak 2. (mainly Brit) a dialect word for […]
[hahn-yahng] /ˈhɑnˈyɑŋ/ noun, Pinyin, Wade-Giles. 1. a former city in E Hubei province, in E China: now part of Wuhan. /ˈhænˈjæŋ/ noun 1. a former city in SE China, in SE Hubei at the confluence of the Han and Yangtze Rivers: one of the Han Cities; merged with Hankow and Wuchang in 1950 to form […]