[hawr-ahyt, hohr-] /ˈhɔr aɪt, ˈhoʊr-/
an ancient people of Edom living in the region of the Dead Sea, possibly identical with the Hurrians.
a member of this people.
cave-men, a race of Troglodytes who dwelt in the limestone caves which abounded in Edom. Their ancestor was “Seir,” who probably gave his name to the district where he lived. They were a branch of the Hivites (Gen. 14:6; 36:20-30; 1 Chr. 1:38, 39). They were dispossessed by the descendants of Esau, and as a people gradually became extinct (Deut. 2:12-22).
[huh-rahy-zuh n] /həˈraɪ zən/ noun 1. the line or circle that forms the apparent boundary between earth and sky. 2. Astronomy. 3. the limit or range of perception, knowledge, or the like. 4. Usually, horizons. the scope of a person’s interest, education, understanding, etc.: His horizons were narrow. 5. Geology. a thin, distinctive stratum useful […]
noun 1. a division of Camp Fire, Inc., for members of high-school age.
noun 1. Television. the distance of the farthest point on the earth’s surface visible from a transmitting antenna. 2. Radio. the distance on the earth’s surface reached by a direct wave: due to atmospheric refraction, sometimes greater than the distance to the visible horizon.
[hawr-uh-zon-tl, hor-] /ˌhɔr əˈzɒn tl, ˌhɒr-/ adjective 1. at right angles to the vertical; parallel to level ground. 2. flat or level: a horizontal position. 3. being in a prone or supine position; recumbent: His bad back has kept him horizontal for a week. 4. near, on, or parallel to the horizon. 5. of or […]