[ih-bee-zuh n, -zahn] /ɪˈbi zən, -zɑn/
one of a breed of medium-sized, tall, swift hunting hounds with a short, usually red and white coat, bred originally by the Pharaohs of ancient Egypt but today found chiefly in the Balearic Islands and other areas of Spain.
a tall slender short-haired breed of hound with large erect ears and a coat of white, chestnut, or tan, or of a combination of these colours
people-waster, a city assigned to Manasseh (Josh. 17:11), from which the Israelites, however, could not expel the Canaanites (Judg. 1:27). It is also called Bileam (1 Chr. 6:70). It was probably the modern Jelamah, a village 2 1/2 miles north of Jenin.
[ib-lis] /ˈɪb lɪs/ noun, Islamic Mythology. 1. an evil spirit or devil, the chief of the wicked jinn.
also (in early use) I.B.M., initialism attested by 1921 from International Business Machines Co., name in use from 1918. International Business Machines International Business Machines [Corporation]
- Ibm 1130
computer A computer introduced by IBM in 1965. It was their cheapest computer to date, and was aimed at price-sensitive, computing-intensive technical markets like education and engineering. It notably included inexpensive disk storage. Non-IBM clones were produced. IBM 1130 Enthusiasts (http://ibm1130.org/). (2005-01-17)