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pure, a city on the east of Jordan (Num. 32:3); probably the same as Beth-nimrah (Josh. 13:27). It has been identified with the Nahr Nimrin, at one of the fords of Jordan, not far from Jericho.
[nim-rod] /ˈnɪm rɒd/ noun 1. the great-grandson of Noah: noted as a great hunter. Gen. 10:8–10. 2. (sometimes lowercase) a person expert in or devoted to hunting. /ˈnɪmrɒd/ noun 1. (Old Testament) a hunter, who was famous for his prowess (Genesis 10:8–9) Douay spelling Nemrod 2. a person who is dedicated to or skilled in […]
[nim-rood] /nɪmˈrud/ noun 1. modern name of the site of the ancient city of Kalakh. /nɪmˈruːd/ noun 1. an ancient city in Assyria, near the present-day city of Mosul (Iraq): founded in about 1250 bc and destroyed by the Medes in 612 bc; excavated by Sir Austen Henry Layard