[hel-uh] /ˈhɛl ə/
a vigorous strain of laboratory-cultured cells descended from a human cervical cancer, used widely in research.
HeLa cell He·La cell (hē’lə)
Any of the cells of the first continuously cultured human carcinoma strain, originally obtained from cancerous cervical tissue and maintained for use in studying cellular processes.
rust, (1 Chr. 4:5, 7), one of the wives of Ashur.
place of abundance, a place on the east of Jordan and west of the Euphrates where David gained a great victory over the Syrian army (2 Sam. 10:16), which was under the command of Shobach. Some would identify it with Alamatta, near Nicephorium.
[ey-lahs] /eɪˈlɑs/ interjection, French. 1.
fatness, a town of the tribe of Asher (Judg. 1:31), in the plain of Phoenicia.