trial, temptation, a name given to the place where the Israelites, by their murmuring for want of water, provoked Jehovah to anger against them. It is also called Meribah (Ex. 17:7; Deut. 6:16; Ps. 95:8, 9; Heb. 3:8).
[mas-uh-pee-kwuh] /ˌmæs əˈpi kwə/ noun 1. a town on SW Long Island, in SE New York.
noun 1. a town on SW Long Island, in SE New York.
[mas-uh-saw-guh] /ˌmæs əˈsɔ gə/ noun 1. a small rattlesnake, Sistrurus catenatus, ranging from the Great Lakes to the Mexican border. /ˌmæsəˈsɔːɡə/ noun 1. a North American venomous snake, Sistrurus catenatus, that has a horny rattle at the end of the tail: family Crotalidae (pit vipers)
[mas-uh-soit] /ˈmæs əˌsɔɪt/ noun 1. c1580–1661, North American Indian leader: sachem of the Wampanoag tribe; negotiator of peace treaty with the Pilgrims 1621 (father of King Philip). /ˈmæsəˌsɔɪt/ noun 1. died 1661, Wampanoag Indian chief, who negotiated peace with the Pilgrim Fathers (1621)