Slavic Linguistics. either of two letters (ъ, ь) of the Cyrillic alphabet used, as in Old Church Slavonic, to indicate two short vowels, or, as in Russian, to indicate that the preceding consonant is hard or soft.
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either of the short, lax vowels of Old Church Slavonic represented by these signs, front jer (ъ, usually transcribed as ĭ) and back jer (ь, usually transcribed as ŭ).
loving God. (1.) The son of Hezron, the brother of Caleb (1 Chr. 2:9, 25, 26, etc.). (2.) The son of Kish, a Levite (1 Chr. 24:29). (3.) Son of Hammelech (Jer. 36:26).
[jer-ahsh] /ˈdʒɛr ɑʃ/ noun 1. a town in N Jordan, N of Amman: Roman ruins.
[jer-buh] /ˈdʒɛr bə/ noun 1. . [jer-buh] /ˈdʒɛr bə/ noun 1. an island off the SE coast of Tunisia: Roman ruins. 197 sq. mi. (510 sq. km). /ˈdʒɜːbə/ noun 1. a variant spelling of Djerba /ˈdʒɜːbə/ noun 1. an island off the SE coast of Tunisia, in the Gulf of Gabès: traditionally Homer’s land of […]
/ˈdʒɜːbɪl/ noun 1. a variant spelling of gerbil