[mahy-zahr] /ˈmaɪ zɑr/
a double star in the middle of the constellation Ursa Major.
a multiple star having four components that lies in the Plough in the constellation Ursa Major and forms a visible binary with the star Alcor. Visual magnitude: 2.1; spectral type: A2V
smallness, a summit on the eastern ridge of Lebanon, near which David lay after escaping from Absalom (Ps. 42:6). It may, perhaps, be the present Jebel Ajlun, thus named, “the little”, in contrast with the greater elevation of Lebanon and Hermon.
[miz-uh n] /ˈmɪz ən/ Nautical noun 1. a fore-and-aft sail set on a mizzenmast. Compare , (def 1a). 2. . adjective 3. of or relating to a mizzenmast. 4. noting a sail, yard, boom, etc., or any rigging belonging to a mizzen lower mast or to some upper mast of a mizzenmast. 5. noting any […]
/ˌmiːtsəˈɡuːtʃɪ/ noun 1. Kenji (ˈkɛndʒɪ). 1898–1956, Japanese film director. His films include A Paper Doll’s Whisper of Spring (1925), Woman of Osaka (1940), and Ugetsu Monogatari (1952)
/mɪˈzɔːrəm/ noun 1. a state (since 1986) in NE India, created in 1972 from the former Mizo Hills District of Assam. Capital: Aijal. Pop: 891 058 (2001). Area: about 21 081 sq km (8140 sq miles)
or Miz’peh, watch-tower; the look-out. (1.) A place in Gilead, so named by Laban, who overtook Jacob at this spot (Gen. 31:49) on his return to Palestine from Padan-aram. Here Jacob and Laban set up their memorial cairn of stones. It is the same as Ramath-mizpeh (Josh. 13:26). (2.) A town in Gilead, where Jephthah […]