[hey-zer] /ˈheɪ zər/
a person or thing that .
a horse rider who assists in rodeo bulldogging by riding on the opposite side of the steer as the competing cowboy to keep the steer running in a straight path.
villages, probably the name of the temporary villages in which the nomad Avites resided (Deut. 2:23).
fenced enclosures consisting of “a low wall of stones in which thick bundles of thorny acacia are inserted, the tangled branches and long needle-like spikes forming a perfectly impenetrable hedge around the encampment” of tents and cattle which they sheltered. Such like enclosures abound in the wilderness of Paran, which the Israelites entered after leaving […]
pruning of the palm, the original name of the place afterwards called ENGEDI (q.v.), Gen. 14:7; called also HAZAZON-TAMAR (2 Chr. 20:2).
[hey-zee] /ˈheɪ zi/ adjective, hazier, haziest. 1. characterized by the presence of ; misty: hazy weather. 2. lacking distinctness or clarity; vague; indefinite; obscure; confused: a hazy idea. /ˈheɪzɪ/ adjective -zier, -ziest 1. characterized by reduced visibility; misty 2. indistinct; vague adj. 1620s, hawsey, nautical, of unknown origin. Some connect it with German hase “hare,” […]