vain, empty, worthless, only found in Matt. 5:22. The Jews used it as a word of contempt. It is derived from a root meaning “to spit.”
[ra-koon] /ræˈkun/ noun, plural raccoons (especially collectively) raccoon. 1. a nocturnal carnivore, Procyon lotor, having a masklike black stripe across the eyes, a sharp snout, and a bushy, ringed tail, native to North and Central America and introduced elsewhere for its valuable fur. 2. the thick, brownish-gray fur of this animal, with gray, black-tipped guard […]
noun 1. a small wild dog of the genus Nyctereutes, common in Asia, resembling a raccoon in coat and coloration. noun 1. a canine mammal, Nyctereutes procyonoides, inhabiting woods and forests near rivers in E Asia. It has long yellowish-brown black-tipped hair and facial markings resembling those of a raccoon 2. Also called coonhound. an […]
- Raccoon eyes
raccoon eyes rac·coon eyes (rā-kōōn’) n. The appearance produced by subconjunctival hemorrhages.
1. a river in NW Iowa, flowing SE to the Des Moines River. 200 miles (322 km) long.