the height of Mizpeh or of the watch-tower (Josh. 13:26), a place mentioned as one of the limits of Gad. There were two Mizpehs on the east of the Jordan. This was the Mizpeh where Jacob and Laban made a covenant, “Mizpeh of Gilead,” called also Galeed and Jegar-sahadutha. It has been identified with the modern es-Salt, where the roads from Jericho and from Shechem to Damascus unite, about 25 miles east of the Jordan and 13 south of the Jabbok.
- Ramath of the south
(Heb. Ramath-negeb). The Heb. negeb is the general designation for south or south-west of Judah. This was one of the towns of Simeon (Josh. 19:8). It is the same as “south Ramoth” (1 Sam. 30:27; R.V., “Ramoth of the south”). Its site is doubtful. Some have thought it another name for Baalath-beer.
[rah-mah-yuh-nuh] /rɑˈmɑ yə nə/ noun 1. an epic of India, one of the Puranas attributed to Valmiki and concerned with the life and adventures of Ramachandra and his wife Sita. /rɑːˈmaɪənə/ noun 1. a Sanskrit epic poem, composed about 300 bc, recounting the feats of Ramachandra
[ram-uh-zahn] /ˌræm əˈzɑn/ noun 1. (especially in India) Ramadan.
[rahm-bair] /rɑmˈbɛər/ noun 1. Dame Marie (Cyvia Rambam; Myriam Rambam) 1888–1982, English ballet dancer, producer, and director, born in Poland. /ˈrɒmbɛə/ noun 1. Dame Marie. 1888–1982, British ballet dancer and teacher, born in Poland: founded the Ballet Rambert (1926)