[ji-hoh-vist] /dʒɪˈhoʊ vɪst/
another name for the Yahwist
a person who maintains that the name YHVH in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament was originally pronounced Jehovah
of or relating to the Yahwist source of the Pentateuch
the presumed authnor or authors of the parts of the Hexateuch in which the divine name is written Yhwh (see Jehovah) + -ist. Opposed to the Elohist.
Jehovah-given. (1.) The son of Obed-edom (1 Chr. 26:4), one of the Levite porters. (2.) The son of Shomer, one of the two conspirators who put king Jehoash to death in Millo in Jerusalem (2 Kings 12:21). (3.) 2 Chr. 17:18.
[jeenz] /dʒinz/ noun 1. Sir James (Hopwood) [hop-woo d] /ˈhɒp wʊd/ (Show IPA), 1877–1946, English astrophysicist and author. [jeen or for 1, British formerly jeyn] /dʒin or for 1, British formerly dʒeɪn/ noun 1. Sometimes, jeans. a sturdy twilled fabric, usually of cotton. 2. jeans, (used with a plural verb) [French zhahn for 1, 2; […]
- Jean piaget
[pee-uh-zhey, py-ah-; French pya-zhe] /ˌpi əˈʒeɪ, ˌpy ɑ-; French pyaˈʒɛ/ noun 1. Jean [zhahn] /ʒɑ̃/ (Show IPA), 1896–1980, Swiss psychologist: studied cognitive development of children. /French pjaʒɛ/ noun 1. Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1896–1980, Swiss psychologist, noted for his work on the development of the cognitive functions in children Piaget Pia·get (pē’ə-zhā’, pyä-), Jean. 1896-1980. Swiss child […]
[jee-nee] /ˈdʒi ni/ noun 1. a female given name, form of .