[jez-ree-uh l, -el, jez-reel] /ˈdʒɛz ri əl, -ˌɛl, dʒɛzˈril/
Plain of, .
Plain of Jezreel, another name for Esdraelon
God scatters. (1.) A town of Issachar (Josh. 19:18), where the kings of Israel often resided (1 Kings 18:45; 21:1; 2 Kings 9:30). Here Elijah met Ahab, Jehu, and Bidkar; and here Jehu executed his dreadful commission against the house of Ahab (2 Kings 9:14-37; 10:1-11). It has been identified with the modern Zerin, on the most western point of the range of Gilboa, reaching down into the great and fertile valley of Jezreel, to which it gave its name. (2.) A town in Judah (Josh. 15:56), to the south-east of Hebron. Ahinoam, one of David’s wives, probably belonged to this place (1 Sam. 27:3). (3.) A symbolical name given by Hosea to his oldest son (Hos. 1:4), in token of a great slaughter predicted by him, like that which had formerly taken place in the plain of Esdraelon (comp. Hos. 1:4, 5).
[jet-uh-vey-ter] /ˈdʒɛt əˌveɪ tər/ noun, Rocketry. 1. an extension of the exhaust nozzle of a rocket, for controlling the direction of the exhaust gases.
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[jet] /dʒɛt/ noun 1. a stream of a liquid, gas, or small solid particles forcefully shooting forth from a nozzle, orifice, etc. 2. something that issues in such a stream, as water or gas. 3. a spout or nozzle for emitting liquid or gas: a gas jet. 4. . 5. . verb (used without object), […]
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