[kol-yer] /ˈkɒl yər/
Jeremy, 1650–1726, English clergyman and author.
noun (mainly Brit)
a coal miner
late 13c., collere “charcoal maker and seller,” agent noun from Middle English col (see coal). They were notorious for cheating their customers. Sense of “ship for hauling coal” is from 1620s.
/ˌdʒɛrəˈpiːɡəʊ/ noun 1. (South African) a usually red heavy dessert wine
[jee-hyoo or, often, -hoo] /ˈdʒi hyu or, often, -hu/ noun 1. a king of Israel noted for his furious chariot attacks. II Kings 9. 2. (lowercase) a fast driver. 3. (lowercase) the driver of a cab or coach. /ˈdʒiːhjuː/ noun 1. (Old Testament) the king of Israel (?842–?815 bc); the slayer of Jezebel (II Kings […]
a Jew, son of Nethaniah. He was sent by the princes to invite Baruch to read Jeremiah’s roll to them (Jer. 36:14, 21).
able, the son of Shelemiah. He is also called Jucal (Jer. 38:1). He was one of the two persons whom Zedekiah sent to request the prophet Jeremiah to pray for the kingdom (Jer. 37:3) during the time of its final siege by Nebuchadnezzar. He was accompanied by Zephaniah (q.v.).