mortar, a place in or near Jerusalem inhabited by silver merchants (Zeph. 1:11). It has been conjectured that it was the “Phoenician quarter” of the city, where the traders of that nation resided, after the Oriental custom.
[muh-kwah] /məˈkwɑ/ noun 1. a member of a people living in northern Mozambique and adjacent regions of Tanzania and Malawi. 2. the Bantu language spoken by the Makua.
/məˈkɜːdɪ/ noun 1. a port in E central Nigeria, capital of Benue State on the Benue River: agricultural trade centre. Pop: 259 000 (2005 est)
[mah-koo-tuh] /mɑˈku tə/ noun 1. plural of . [li-koo-tuh] /lɪˈku tə/ noun, plural makuta [mah-koo-tuh] /mɑˈku tə/ (Show IPA) 1. a paper money, aluminum coin, and monetary unit of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the 100th part of a zaire. /mɑːˈkuːtɑː/ noun 1. the plural of likuta /liːˈkuːtɑː/ noun (pl) makuta (mɑːˈkuːtɑː) 1. (formerly) […]
/ˈmɑːkʊːtuː/ noun (NZ) 1. witchcraft or magic verb (transitive) 2. to cast a spell on (a person)