flourished 1st century b.c, Hebrew rabbi: founder of Beth Shammai, school of hermeneutics.
noun 1. a person who shams.
noun, plural shammosim [shah-maw-sim] /ʃɑˈmɔ sɪm/ (Show IPA) 1. sexton (def 2). 2. the candle used to kindle the candles in the Hanukkah menorah. noun (Judaism) (pl) shammosim, shammashim (Hebrew) (ʃaˈmɔsɪm) 1. an official acting as the beadle, sexton, and caretaker of a synagogue 2. the extra candle used on the Feast of Hanukkah to […]
noun 1. something that is not what it purports to be; a spurious imitation; fraud or hoax. 2. a person who shams; shammer. 3. a cover or the like for giving a thing a different outward appearance: a pillow sham. adjective 4. pretended; counterfeit; feigned: sham attacks; a sham Gothic façade. 5. designed, made, or […]
heard. (1.) One of the spies sent out by Moses to search the land (Num. 13:4). He represented the tribe of Reuben. (2.) One of David’s sons (1 Chr. 14:4; 3:5, “Shimea;” 2 Sam. 5:14). (3.) A Levite under Nehemiah (11:17).