(informal) a noisy confusion or dispute; uproar
a tooth, probably some conspicuous tooth-shaped rock or crag (1 Sam. 7:12), a place between which and Mizpeh Samuel set up his “Ebenezer.” In the Hebrew the word has the article prefixed, “the Shen.” The site is unknown.
noun 1. a river flowing NE from N Virginia to the Potomac at Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. About 200 miles (322 km) long. 2. a valley in N Virginia, between the Blue Ridge and Allegheny mountains: Civil War campaigns 1862–64.
noun 1. a national park in N Virginia, including part of the Blue Ridge mountain range. 302 sq. mi. (782 sq. km). Shenandoah National Park /ˌʃɛnənˈdəʊə/ noun 1. a national park in N Virginia: established in 1935 to protect part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Area: 782 sq km (302 sq miles)
- Shenandoah valley
Shenandoah Valley [(shen-uhn-doh-uh)] A large, beautiful valley in northern Virginia, between the Blue Ridge Mountains and Allegheny Mountains. Note: During the Civil War, it was the site of numerous battles because it served as one of the main sources of grain and fodder for the Confederacy.