[mee-shak] /ˈmi ʃæk/
a companion of Daniel.
(Old Testament) one of Daniel’s three companions who, together with Shadrach and Abednego, was miraculously saved from destruction in Nebuchadnezzar’s fiery furnace (Daniel 3:12-30)
the title given to Mishael, one of the three Hebrew youths who were under training at the Babylonian court for the rank of Magi (Dan. 1:7; 2:49; 3:12-30). This was probably the name of some Chaldean god.
[mee-shuh] /ˈmi ʃə/ noun 1. .
- Mesh connection
noun 1. (electrical engineering) (in a polyphase system) an arrangement in which the end of each phase is connected to the beginning of the next, forming a ring, each junction being connected to a terminal See also delta connection, star connection
drawing out, the sixth son of Japheth (Gen. 10:2), the founder of a tribe (1 Chr. 1:5; Ezek. 27:13; 38:2,3). They were in all probability the Moschi, a people inhabiting the Moschian Mountains, between the Black and the Caspian Seas. In Ps. 120:5 the name occurs as simply a synonym for foreigners or barbarians. “During […]
[me-shed] /mɛˈʃɛd/ noun 1. a city in NE Iran: Muslim shrine. [mesh] /mɛʃ/ noun 1. any knit, woven, or knotted fabric of open texture. 2. an interwoven or intertwined structure; network. 3. any arrangement of interlocking metal links or wires with evenly spaced, uniform small openings between, as used in jewelry or sieves. 4. one […]