plunder speedeth; spoil hasteth, (Isa. 8:1-3; comp. Zeph. 1:14), a name Isaiah was commanded first to write in large characters on a tablet, and afterwards to give as a symbolical name to a son that was to be born to him (Isa. 8:1, 3), as denoting the sudden attack on Damascus and Syria by the Assyrian army.
/maˈhewʊ; -ˈxe-/ noun 1. (in South Africa) fermented liquid mealie-meal porridge, used as a stimulant, esp by Black Africans
[mah-fooz] /mɑˈfuz/ noun 1. Naguib [nah-geeb] /nɑˈgib/ (Show IPA), 1911–2006, Egyptian author: Nobel prize 1988. /mɑːˈfuːz/ noun 1. Naguib (nɑːˈɡiːb). 1911–2006, Egyptian novelist and writer, author of the trilogy of novels Bain al-Kasrain (1945–57). His novel Children of Gebelawi (1959) was banned by the Muslim authorities in Egypt Nobel prize for literature 1988
[muh-hee-kuh n] /məˈhi kən/ noun, plural Mahicans (especially collectively) Mahican. 1. a tribe or confederacy of Algonquian-speaking North American Indians, centralized formerly in the upper Hudson valley. 2. a member of this tribe or confederacy. /məˈhiːkən/ noun (pl) -cans, -can 1. a variant of Mohican
[mah-hee-mah-hee] /ˈmɑ hiˈmɑ hi/ noun, plural mahimahi. Hawaii. 1. the dolphinfish, especially when used as a food fish.