prize of Jehovah, a Benjamite, the father of Uzzi (1 Chr. 9:8).
/mɪxt/ verb, noun 1. a Scot word for might1 , might2
writing; i.e., a poem or song found in the titles of Ps. 16; 56-60. Some translate the word “golden”, i.e., precious. It is rendered in the LXX. by a word meaning “tablet inscription” or a “stelograph.” The root of the word means to stamp or grave, and hence it is regarded as denoting a composition […]
[mik] /mɪk/ noun, (often lowercase) Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. 1. a contemptuous term for a person of Irish birth or descent. /mɪk/ noun 1. (sometimes not capital) (derogatory) a slang name for an Irishman or a Roman Catholic 2. (Austral) the tails side of a coin n. derogatory slang for “Irishman,” 1856, from nickname […]
[mik-ee] /ˈmɪk i/ noun, plural Mickeys. 1. Also called Mickey Finn. Slang. a drink, usually alcoholic, to which a drug, purgative, or the like, has been secretly added, that renders the unsuspecting drinker helpless. 2. (often lowercase). Also, micky. a potato, especially a roasted Irish potato. 3. a male or female given name. adjective 4. […]