fat; i.e., “fertile”, (Ezek. 27: 18 only), a place whence wine was brought to the great market of Tyre. It has been usually identified with the modern Aleppo, called Haleb by the native Arabs, but is more probably to be found in one of the villages in the Wady Helbon, which is celebrated for its grapes, on the east slope of Anti-Lebanon, north of the river Barada (Abana).
[held] /hɛld/ verb 1. simple past tense and a past participle of 1 . [held] /hɛld/ noun 1. John, Jr. 1889–1958, U.S. cartoonist, illustrator, and writer. [hohld] /hoʊld/ verb (used with object), held; held or (Archaic) holden; holding. 1. to have or keep in the hand; keep fast; grasp: She held the purse in her […]
wordly. (1.) 1 Chr. 27:15; called also Heleb (2 Sam. 23:29); one of David’s captains. (2.) Zech. 6:10, one who returned from Babylon.
[hel-dn-ten-er; German hel-dn-tey-nohr] /ˈhɛl dnˌtɛn ər; German ˈhɛl dn teɪˌnoʊr/ noun, plural heldentenors German, heldentenore [hel-dn-tey-noh-ruh] /ˈhɛl dn teɪˌnoʊ rə/ (Show IPA) 1. a tenor having a brilliant, powerful voice suited to singing heroic roles, as in Wagnerian opera. /ˈhɛldəntenoːr/ noun (pl) -tenöre (-teˈnøːrə) 1. a tenor with a powerful voice suited to singing heroic […]
fatness, one of David’s warriors (2 Sam. 23:29).