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.
noun, Informal. 1. Usually, shenanigans. mischief; prankishness: Halloween shenanigans. deceit; trickery. 2. a mischievous or deceitful trick, practice, etc. noun (informal) 1. (usually pl) roguishness; mischief 2. an act of treachery; deception shemozzle