elevation of help, one of the sons of Heman, “the king’s seer in the words of God, to lift up the horn.” He was head of the “four-and-twentieth” course of singers (1 Chr. 25:4, 31).
[raw-mah na kle] /rɔ mɑ na ˈklɛ/ noun, plural romans à clef [raw-mahn za kle] /rɔ mɑ̃ za ˈklɛ/ (Show IPA). French. 1. a novel that represents historical events and characters under the guise of fiction. roman à clef /rɔmɑ̃ a kle/ noun (pl) romans à clef (rɔmɑ̃ a kle) 1. a novel in which […]
noun 1. Latin alphabet. Roman alphabet noun 1. the alphabet evolved by the ancient Romans for the writing of Latin, based upon an Etruscan form derived from the Greeks and ultimately from the Phoenicians. The alphabet serves for writing most of the languages of W Europe and many other languages
noun 1. a semicircular arch. noun 1. another name for Norman arch
- Roman bath
noun a large sunken bathtub with a whirlpool component; also called Roman tub