[ee-joh] /ˈi dʒoʊ/
noun, plural Ijos (especially collectively) Ijo for 1.
a member of an indigenous people of the Niger delta in southern Nigeria.
the Niger-Congo language of the Ijo.
a ruin, a city of Naphtali, captured by Ben-hadad of Syria at the instance of Asa (1 Kings 15:20), and afterwards by Tiglath-pileser of Assyria (2 Kings 15:29) in the reign of Pekah; now el-Khiam.
inhibitory junction potential
[ahy-suh l] /ˈaɪ səl/ noun 1. a river in the central Netherlands, flowing N to the IJsselmeer: a branch of the Rhine River. 70 miles (110 km) long. /ˈaɪsəl; Dutch ˈɛisəl/ noun 1. a river in the central Netherlands: a distributary of the Rhine, flowing north to the IJsselmeer. Length: 116 km (72 miles)
[ahy-suh l-meyr] /ˈaɪ səlˌmeɪr/ noun 1. a lake in the NW Netherlands: created by the diking of the Zuider Zee. 465 sq. mi. (1204 sq. km). /Dutch ɛisəlˈmeːr/ noun 1. a shallow lake in the NW Netherlands; formed from the S part of the Zuider Zee by the construction of the IJsselmeer Dam in 1932; […]