hiding-place, a place to the north of Damascus, to which Abraham pursued Chedorlaomer and his confederates (Gen. 14:15).
[hoh-buh n] /ˈhoʊ bən/ noun 1. James, c1762–1831, U.S. architect, born in Ireland: designed the White House.
[hoh-bert or for 1, 4, -bahrt; hoh-bahrt for 2] /ˈhoʊ bərt or for 1, 4, -bɑrt; ˈhoʊ bɑrt for 2/ noun 1. Garret Augustus [gar-it] /ˈgær ɪt/ (Show IPA), 1844–99, U.S. lawyer and politician: vice president of the U.S. 1897–99. 2. a seaport on and the capital of Tasmania, SE of Australia. 3. a city […]
[hob] /hɒb/ noun 1. a projection or shelf at the back or side of a fireplace, used for keeping food warm. 2. a rounded peg or pin used as a target in quoits and similar games. 3. a game in which such a peg is used. 4. Machinery. a milling cutter for gear and sprocket […]
[hob-uh-muh; Dutch haw-buh-mah] /ˈhɒb ə mə; Dutch ˈhɔ bə mɑ/ noun 1. Meindert [mahyn-duh rt] /ˈmaɪn dərt/ (Show IPA), 1638–1709, Dutch painter. /ˈhɒbɪmə; Dutch ˈhɔbəmaː/ noun 1. Meindert (ˈmaɪndərt). 1638–1709, Dutch painter of peaceful landscapes, usually including a watermill