[mahy-kuh l] /ˈmaɪ kəl/
a militant archangel. Dan. 10:13.
Also called Michael I. born 1921, king of Romania 1927–30, 1940–47 (son of Carol II).
(italics) a narrative poem (1800) by Wordsworth.
a male given name.
1596–1645, tsar of Russia (1613–45); founder of the Romanov dynasty
born 1921, king of Romania (1927–30, as part of a three-part regency; 1940–47), who relinquished the throne (1930–40) in favour of his father, Carol II. He led the coup d’état that overthrew (1944) Antonescu but was forced to abdicate (1947) by the Communists
(Bible) Saint Michael, one of the archangels. Feast day: Sept 29 or Nov 8
masc. proper name, name of an archangel, from Late Latin Michael (source of French Michel, Spanish Miguel), from Greek Mikhael, from Hebrew Mikha-el, literally “Who is like God?”
One of the most important angels, who was the guardian angel of the Jews and the leader of the celestial armies in the Book of Revelation.
Note: Michael is often depicted with scales for weighing the souls of the dead on Judgment Day.
who is like God? (1.) The title given to one of the chief angels (Dan. 10:13, 21; 12:1). He had special charge of Israel as a nation. He disputed with Satan (Jude 1:9) about the body of Moses. He is also represented as warning against “that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world” (Rev. 12:7-9). (2.) The father of Sethur, the spy selected to represent Asher (Num. 13:13). (3.) 1 Chr. 7:3, a chief of the tribe of Issachar. (4.) 1 Chr. 8:16, a Benjamite. (5.) A chief Gadite in Bashan (1 Chr. 5:13). (6.) A Manassite, “a captain of thousands” who joined David at Ziklag (1 Chr. 12:20). (7.) A Gershonite Levite (1 Chr. 6:40). (8.) The father of Omri (1 Chr. 27:18). (9.) One of the sons of king Jehoshaphat (2 Chr. 21:2, 4). He was murdered by his brother Jehoram.
- Michael faraday
[far-uh-dee, -dey] /ˈfær ə di, -ˌdeɪ/ noun 1. Michael, 1791–1867, English physicist and chemist: discoverer of electromagnetic induction. 2. a unit of electricity used in electrolysis, equal to 96,500 coulombs. /ˈfærəˌdeɪ/ noun 1. a quantity of electricity, used in electrochemical calculations, equivalent to unit amount of substance of electrons. It is equal to the product […]
- Michaelis constant
Michaelis constant Mi·chae·lis constant (mĭ-kā’lĭs) or Michaelis-Men·ten constant (-měn’tən) n. A constant that is equal to the substrate concentration at which an enzyme reaction proceeds at half the maximum velocity.
- Michaelis-gutmann body
Michaelis-Gutmann body Michaelis-Gut·mann body (-gŭt’mən, -gut’män) n. A rounded laminated body containing calcium and iron and found within macrophages in the bladder wall in malacoplakia.
- Michaelis-menten hypothesis
Michaelis-Menten hypothesis Michaelis-Men·ten hypothesis (-měn’tən) n. The hypothesis that a complex is formed between an enzyme and its substrate; the complex then dissociates to yield free enzyme and the reaction products, with the rate of dissociation determining the overall rate of substrate-product conversion.