palpitation, a fountain near which Gideon and his army encamped on the morning of the day when they encountered and routed the Midianites (Judg. 7). It was south of the hill Moreh. The present ‘Ain Jalud (“Goliath’s Fountain”), south of Jezreel and nearly opposite Shunem, is probably the fountain here referred to (7:4, 5).
an epithet applied to two of David’s heroes (2 Sam. 23:25). (Comp. 1 Chr. 11:27.)
[har-uh ld] /ˈhær əld/ noun 1. a male given name. noun 1. (“Harefoot”) died 1040, king of England 1035–40 (son of Canute). noun 1. 1022?–66, king of England 1066: defeated by William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings (son of Earl Godwin). noun 1. (Harold Hardrada) 1015–66, king of Norway 1045–66. [han-suh n] /ˈhæn […]
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[bloom] /blum/ noun 1. Harold, born 1930, U.S. literary critic and teacher. /bluːm/ noun 1. a blossom on a flowering plant; a flower 2. the state, time, or period when flowers open (esp in the phrases in bloom, in full bloom) 3. open flowers collectively: a tree covered with bloom 4. a healthy, vigorous, or […]
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[hohlt] /hoʊlt/ noun 1. Harold Edward, 1908–67, Australian political leader: prime minister 1966–67. 2. a town in central Michigan. /həʊlt/ noun 1. (archaic or poetic) a wood or wooded hill /həʊlt/ noun 1. the burrowed lair of an animal, esp an otter /həʊlt/ noun 1. Harold Edward. 1908–67, Australian statesman; prime minister (1966–67); believed drowned […]