cave-land, mentioned only in Ezek. 47:16, 18. It was one of the ancient divisions of Bashan (q.v.), and lay on the south-east of Gaulanitis or the Jaulan, and on the south of Lejah, extending from the Arnon to the Hieromax. It was the most fertile region in Syria, and to this day abounds in the ruins of towns, many of which have stone doors and massive walls. It retains its ancient name. It was known by the Greeks and Romans as “Auranitis.”
[hawr-ee-uh nt] /ˈhɔr i ənt/ adjective, Heraldry. 1. (of a fish) represented as erect, with the head upward: a dolphin hauriant.
[hou-sah, -suh, -zuh] /ˈhaʊ sɑ, -sə, -zə/ noun, plural Hausas (especially collectively) Hausa for 1. 1. a member of an indigenous people of northern Nigeria and southern Niger whose culture has been strongly influenced by Islam. 2. the language of the Hausa people, belonging to the Chadic branch of the Afroasiatic family, widely used in […]
[hous-dawrf, houz-] /ˈhaʊs dɔrf, ˈhaʊz-/ noun, Mathematics. 1. a topological space in which each pair of points can be separated by two disjoint open sets containing the points.
[haw-zuh n; German hou-zuh n] /ˈhɔ zən; German ˈhaʊ zən/ noun 1. (def 1).