[Sephardic Hebrew khah-zahn; Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-zuh n] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑˈzɑn; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxɑ zən/
noun, plural hazanim
[Sephardic Hebrew khah-zah-neem; Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-zaw-nim] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑ zɑˈnim; Ashkenazic Hebrew xɑˈzɔ nɪm/ (Show IPA). English, hazans. Hebrew.
a cantor of a synagogue.
/xaˈzan; English ˈhɑːzən/
variant spellings of chazan
[huh-zahr-uh] /həˈzɑr ə/ noun, plural Hazara, Hazaras. 1. an Iranian ethnolinguistic group in central Afghanistan, N Pakistan, and Iran, most of whom are Muslims.
village of Addar, a place in the southern boundary of Palestine (Num. 34:4), in the desert to the west of Kadesh-barnea. It is called Adar in Josh. 15:3.
[haz-erd] /ˈhæz ərd/ noun 1. an unavoidable danger or risk, even though often foreseeable: The job was full of hazards. 2. something causing unavoidable danger, peril, risk, or difficulty: the many hazards of the big city. 3. the absence or lack of predictability; chance; uncertainty: There is an element of hazard in the execution of […]
noun 1. Usually, hazard lights. an indicator light on a vehicle that flashes to warn that it is unexpectedly slowing down, reversing, or not moving.