noun, plural séracs
[si-raks; French sey-rak] /sɪˈræks; French seɪˈrak/ (Show IPA)
a large irregularity of glacial ice, as a pinnacle found in glacial crevasses and formed by melting or movement of the ice.
a pinnacle of ice among crevasses on a glacier, usually on a steep slope
noun, plural seraglios. 1. the part of a Muslim house or palace in which the wives and concubines are secluded; harem. 2. a Turkish palace, especially of the sultan. noun (pl) -raglios, -rails 1. the harem of a Muslim house or palace 2. a sultan’s palace, esp in the former Turkish empire 3. the wives […]
abundance; princess, the daughter of Asher and grand-daughter of Jacob (Gen. 46:17); called also Sarah (Num. 26:46; R.V., “Serah”).
noun, plural serais. 1. (in Eastern countries) a caravansary. noun 1. (in the East) a caravanserai or inn
soldier of Jehovah. (1.) The father of Joab (1 Chr. 4:13, 14). (2.) The grandfather of Jehu (1 Chr. 4:35). (3.) One of David’s scribes or secretaries (2 Sam. 8:17). (4.) A Netophathite (Jer. 40:8), a chief priest of the time of Zedekiah. He was carried captive by Nebuchadnezzar to Babylon, and there put to […]