[yah-viz-uh m] /ˈyɑ vɪz əm/
[yah-wiz-uh m] /ˈyɑ wɪz əm/
the worship of or the religious system based on such worship.
variants of Yahwism or Yahvism See Yahwism
the use of the name Yahweh, esp in parts of the Old Testament, as the personal name of God
allotted by God, the first of the sons of Naphtali (Gen. 46:24).
returner, the son of Meshullam, and father of Adiel (1 Chr. 9:12).
/dʒæ/ interjection 1. (Indian) victory (to)
[hahy lahy, hahy uh-lahy, hahy uh-lahy] /ˈhaɪ ˌlaɪ, ˈhaɪ əˌlaɪ, ˌhaɪ əˈlaɪ/ noun 1. a game resembling handball, played on a three-walled court between two, four, or six players who are equipped with a long, curved wicker basket, or cesta, strapped to the wrist for catching and throwing a small, hard ball against the front […]