(in South Africa) an African sect that combines Christianity with aspects of Bantu religion
soaring on high, the king of Zeboiim, who joined with the other kings in casting off the yoke of Chedorlaomer. After having been reconquered by him, he was rescued by Abraham (Gen. 14:2).
- Shemini atseres
/ˈʃmini ɑˈtsɛrɛs/ noun 1. (Judaism) the festival which follows upon Sukkoth on Tishri 22 (and 23 outside Israel), and includes Simchat Torah
or Shemini Atzeret, Shemini Atzeres [shuh-mee-nee at-ser-es, -min-ee; Sephardic Hebrew she-mee-nee ah-tse-ret; Ashkenazic Hebrew shuh-mee-nee ah-tsey-ris] /ʃəˈmi ni ætˈsɛr ɛs, -ˈmɪn i; Sephardic Hebrew ʃɛ miˈni ɑˈtsɛ rɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ʃəˈmi ni ɑˈtseɪ rɪs/ noun 1. a Jewish festival celebrated on the 22nd day of Tishri, being the 8th day of Sukkoth: marked by a […]
eight; octave, a musical term, supposed to denote the lowest note sung by men’s voices (1 Chr. 15:21; Ps. 6; 12, title).