[chahy-kawf-skee, -kof-, chi-] /tʃaɪˈkɔf ski, -ˈkɒf-, tʃɪ-/
[il-yich] /ˈɪl yɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), or Pëtr Ilich
[Russian pyawtr ee-lyeech] /Russian ˈpyɔtr iˈlyitʃ/ (Show IPA), 1840–93, Russian composer.
[chahy-kawf-skee, -kof-; Russian chyee-kawf-skyee] /tʃaɪˈkɔf ski, -ˈkɒf-; Russian tʃyiˈkɔf skyi/
[il-yich] /ˈɪl yɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), .
/tʃaɪˈkɒfskɪ; Russian tʃɪjˈkɔfskij/
Pyotr Ilyich (pjɔtr iljˈjitʃ). 1840–93, Russian composer. His works, which are noted for their expressive melodies, include the Sixth Symphony (the Pathétique; 1893), ballets, esp Swan Lake (1876) and The Sleeping Beauty (1889), and operas, including Eugene Onegin (1879) and The Queen of Spades (1890), both based on works by Pushkin
loosed of the Lord. (1.) The chief of one of the priestly courses (the nineteenth) in the time of David (1 Chr. 24:16). (2.) A Levite (Ezra 10:23). (3.) Neh. 9:5. (4.) A descendant of Judah who had some office at the court of Persia (Neh. 11:24).
/ˈpɛθɪˌdiːn/ noun 1. a white crystalline water-soluble drug used as an analgesic. Formula: C15H21NO2.HCl Also called pethidine hydrochloride
interpretation of dreams, identified with Pitru, on the west bank of the Euphrates, a few miles south of the Hittite capital of Carchemish (Num. 22:5, “which is by the river of the land of the children of [the god] Ammo”). (See BALAAM.)
vision of God, the father of Joel the prophet (Joel 1:1).