[Sephardic Hebrew khah-raw-set; Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-roh-sis] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑˈrɔ sɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew xɑˈroʊ sɪs/
a mixture of chopped nuts and apples, wine, and spices that is eaten at the Seder meal on Passover: traditionally regarded as symbolic of the mortar used by Israelite slaves in Egypt.
- Harosheth of the gentiles
(Judg. 4:2) or nations, a city near Hazor in Galilee of the Gentiles, or Upper Galilee, in the north of Palestine. It was here that Jabin’s great army was marshalled before it went forth into the great battlefield of Esdraelon to encounter the army of Israel, by which it was routed and put to flight […]
[hah-roon-ahl-rah-sheed; Arabic hah-roon-ahr-rah-sheed] /hɑˈrun ɑl rɑˈʃid; Arabic hɑˈrunˌɑr rɑˈʃid/ noun 1. .
[hahrp] /hɑrp/ noun 1. a musical instrument consisting of a triangular frame formed by a soundbox, a pillar, and a curved neck, and having strings stretched between the soundbox and the neck that are plucked with the fingers. 2. anything that resembles this instrument, especially in having a row of parallel strings or wires, as […]
noun a fear of robbers or being robbed Word Origin Greek harpax ‘robber’