Sansannah



a palm branch, or a thorn bush, a town in the south (the negeb) of Judah (Josh. 15:31); called also Hazarsusah (19:5), or Hazar-susim (1 Chr. 4:31).

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  • Sans-culotte

    [sanz-kyoo-lot, -koo-; French sahn-ky-lawt] /ˌsænz kyʊˈlɒt, -kʊ-; French sɑ̃ küˈlɔt/ noun, plural sans-culottes [sanz-kyoo-lots, -koo-; French sahn-ky-lawt] /ˌsænz kyʊˈlɒts, -kʊ-; French sɑ̃ küˈlɔt/ (Show IPA) 1. (in the French Revolution) a revolutionary of the poorer class: originally a term of contempt applied by the aristocrats but later adopted as a popular name by the revolutionaries. […]

  • Sansculottism

    [sanz-kyoo-lot, -koo-; French sahn-ky-lawt] /ˌsænz kyʊˈlɒt, -kʊ-; French sɑ̃ küˈlɔt/ noun, plural sans-culottes [sanz-kyoo-lots, -koo-; French sahn-ky-lawt] /ˌsænz kyʊˈlɒts, -kʊ-; French sɑ̃ küˈlɔt/ (Show IPA) 1. (in the French Revolution) a revolutionary of the poorer class: originally a term of contempt applied by the aristocrats but later adopted as a popular name by the revolutionaries. […]



  • Sans-doute

    adverb, French. 1. without doubt; certainly.

  • San-sebastian

    [san suh-bas-chuh n; Spanish sahn se-vahs-tyahn] /ˌsæn səˈbæs tʃən; Spanish ˌsɑn sɛ vɑsˈtyɑn/ noun 1. a seaport in N Spain: resort. 2. a city in NW Puerto Rico. 3. a tropical American plant, Cattleya skinneri, having cylindrical leaves and yellow-throated, rose-purple flowers. San Sebastián /ˌsæn səˈbæstjən; Spanish san seβasˈtjan/ noun 1. a port and resort […]



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