[yits-khahk] /yɪtsˈxɑk/ (Show IPA), 1922–95, Israeli military and political leader: prime minister 1974–77 and 1992–95: Nobel Peace Prize 1994.
Yitzhak. 1922–95, Israeli statesman; prime minister of Israel (1974–77; 1992–95); assassinated
[ruh-bin-uh-vits, -wits; Russian ruh-byi-naw-vyich] /rəˈbɪn ə vɪts, -wɪts; Russian rə byɪˈnɔ vyɪtʃ/ noun 1. Solomon, .
[rah-buh-roo-bee-uh] /ˌrɑ bəˈru bi ə/ noun 1. (def 2).
Assyrian Rab-mugi, “chief physician,” “who was attached to the king (Jer. 39:3, 13), the title of one of Sennacherib’s officers sent with messages to Hezekiah and the people of Jerusalem (2 Kings 18:17-19:13; Isa. 36:12-37:13) demanding the surrender of the city. He was accompanied by a “great army;” but his mission was unsuccessful.
[rab-uh t] /ˈræb ət/ noun 1. a hardwood block used for rubbing marble before polishing.