[hah-suh n-fef-er] /ˈhɑ sənˌfɛf ər/
a stew of marinated rabbit meat garnished usually with sour cream.
1892, from German hasenpfeffer, from Hase “hare” (see hare) + pfeffer “pepper” (see pepper).
bristling or hated, a Benjamite (1 Chr. 9:7).
[hash] /hæʃ/ noun 1. a dish of diced or chopped meat and often vegetables, as of leftover corned beef or veal and potatoes, sautéed in a frying pan or of meat, potatoes, and carrots cooked together in gravy. 2. a mess, jumble, or muddle: a hash of unorganized facts and figures. 3. a reworking of […]
regarded by Jehovah. (1.) Merarite Levite (1 Chr. 6:45; 9:14). (2.) A son of Jeduthun (25:3, 19). (3.) Son of Kemuel (26:30). (4.) One of the chief Levites (2 Chr. 35:9). (5.) A Levite (Neh. 11:22). (6.) One of the chief priests in the time of Ezra (Ezra 8:24). (7.) A chief of the Levites […]
(1.) Neh. 3:10. (2.) One of the Levites whom Ezra appointed to interpret the law to the people (Neh. 9:5).