A story in the Old Testament; Jonah was an Israelite whom God had called to be a prophet but who refused to accept his divine mission and left on a sea voyage instead. God then raised a great storm as a sign of his anger with Jonah. The sailors, realizing that Jonah’s disobedience had caused the storm, threw him overboard in an attempt to save their ship. Jonah was saved from drowning when he was swallowed by a “great fish.” He lived for three days inside the creature, after which the fish “vomited out Jonah upon the dry land.” Thankful that his life had been spared, Jonah took up his prophetic mission.
noun 1. a large, red, deepwater crab, Cancer borealis, of the east coast of North America.
[joh-nuh] /ˈdʒoʊ nə/ noun 1. a Minor Prophet who, for his impiety, was thrown overboard from his ship and swallowed by a large fish, remaining in its belly for three days before being cast up onto the shore unharmed. 2. a book of the Bible bearing his name. 3. any person or thing regarded as […]
- Jonas lie
[lee] /li/ noun 1. Jonas, 1880–1940, U.S. painter, born in Norway. 2. (Marius) Sophus [mah-ree-oo s soh-foo s] /ˌmɑ ri ʊs ˈsoʊ fʊs/ (Show IPA), 1842–99, Norwegian mathematician. 3. Trygve Halvdan [trig-vuh hahlv-dahn;; Norwegian tryg-vuh hahlv-dahn] /ˈtrɪg və ˈhɑlv dɑn;; Norwegian ˈtrüg və ˈhɑlv dɑn/ (Show IPA), 1896–1968, Norwegian statesman: secretary-general of the United Nations […]
[jon-uh-thuh n] /ˈdʒɒn ə θən/ noun 1. a variety of red apple that matures in early autumn. [jon-uh-thuh n] /ˈdʒɒn ə θən/ noun 1. a son of Saul and friend of David. I Sam. 18–20. 2. Archaic. an American, especially a New Englander. Compare . 3. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning […]