modern name of the site of the ancient city of Kalakh.
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
[nim] /nɪm/ verb (used with or without object), nimmed, nimming. Archaic. 1. to steal or pilfer. [nim] /nɪm/ noun 1. a game in which two players alternate in drawing counters, pennies, or the like, from a set of 12 arranged in three rows of 3, 4, and 5 counters, respectively, the object being to draw […]
saved. Jehu was “the son of Jehoshaphat, the son of Nimshi” (2 Kings 9:2; comp. 1 Kings 19:16).
not in my term of office
noun 1. (def 2).