[Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsah; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuh] /Sephardic Hebrew mə xiˈtsɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈxi tsə/
noun, plural mehitzoth, mehitzot, mehitzos
[Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuh z, -khee-tsohs] /Sephardic Hebrew mə xiˈtsɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew məˈxi tsəz, -ˈxi tsoʊs/ (Show IPA). Hebrew.
a curtain or other divider that serves as a partition between the women’s and the men’s sections in Orthodox Jewish synagogues.
smitten by God, the son of Irad, and father of Methusael (Gen. 4:18).
[mey-yl] /meɪˈül/ noun 1. Étienne Nicolas [ey-tyen nee-kaw-lah] /eɪˈtyɛn ni kɔˈlɑ/ (Show IPA), or Étienne Henri [ahn-ree] /ɑ̃ˈri/ (Show IPA), 1763–1817, French composer.
[mi-hyoo-muh n] /mɪˈhyu mən/ noun 1. one of the seven eunuchs who served in the court of King Ahasuerus. Esther 1:10. faithful, one of the eunchs whom Ahasuerus (Xerxes) commanded to bring in Vashti (Esther 1:10).
habitations, (2 Chr. 26:7; R.V. “Meunim,” Vulg. Ammonitae), a people against whom Uzziah waged a successful war. This word is in Hebrew the plural of Ma’on, and thus denotes the Maonites who inhabited the country on the eastern side of the Wady el-Arabah. They are again mentioned in 1 Chr. 4:41 (R.V.), in the reign […]