[het, hes; Sephardic Hebrew khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew khes] /hɛt, hɛs; Sephardic Hebrew xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew xɛs/
the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
the sound represented by this letter.
/hɛt; Hebrew xɛt/
the eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ח), transliterated as h and pronounced as a pharyngeal fricative
dread, a descendant of Canaan, and the ancestor of the Hittites (Gen. 10:18; Deut. 7:1), who dwelt in the vicinity of Hebron (Gen. 23:3, 7). The Hittites were a Hamitic race. They are called “the sons of Heth” (Gen. 23:3, 5, 7, 10, 16, 18, 20).
- He that is not with me is against me
A teaching of Jesus, which suggests that indifference to his message is the same as active opposition to it.
wrapped up, a place on the north border of Palestine. The “way of Hethlon” (Ezek. 47:15; 48:1) is probably the pass at the end of Lebanon from the Mediterranean to the great plain of Hamath (q.v.), or the “entrance of Hamath.”
[Chinese hœ-tyahn] /Chinese ˈhœˈtyɑn/ noun, Pinyin. 1. .
[het-muh n] /ˈhɛt mən/ noun, plural hetmans. 1. the title assumed by the chief of Ukrainian Cossacks of the Dnieper River region, with headquarters at Zaporozhe. 2. . /ˈhɛtmən/ noun (pl) -mans 1. another word for ataman