dunghill, the modern el-Minyay, 15 miles south-south-west of Gaza (Josh. 15:31; 1 Chr. 2:49), in the south of Judah. The Pal. Mem., however, suggest Umm Deimneh, 12 miles north-east of Beersheba, as the site.
[mad-man, -muh n] /ˈmædˌmæn, -mən/ noun, plural madmen [mad-men, -muh n] /ˈmædˌmɛn, -mən/ (Show IPA) 1. a person who is or behaves as if insane; lunatic; maniac. /ˈmædmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. a man who is insane, esp one who behaves violently; lunatic n. early 14c., mad man, from mad (adj.) + man (n.). One-word […]
ibid., a town in Benjamin, not far from Jerusalem, towards the north (Isa. 10:31). The same Hebrew word occurs in Isa. 25:10, where it is rendered “dunghill.” This verse has, however, been interpreted as meaning “that Moab will be trodden down by Jehovah as teben [broken straw] is trodden to fragments on the threshing-floors of […]
noun, Informal. 1. a small sum of money carried or kept in reserve for minor expenses, emergencies, or impulse purchases. 2. a small sum of money carried by a woman on a date to enable her to reach home alone in case she and her escort quarrel and separate. noun phrase
[mad-nis] /ˈmæd nɪs/ noun 1. the state of being ; insanity. 2. senseless folly: It is sheer madness to speak as you do. 3. frenzy; rage. 4. intense excitement or enthusiasm. /ˈmædnɪs/ noun 1. insanity; lunacy 2. extreme anger, excitement, or foolishness 3. a nontechnical word for rabies n. late 14c., “insanity, dementia; rash or […]