the fine wool undercoat pulled by hand from Shetland sheep.
thin, loosely twisted wool yarn for knitting or weaving.
a fine loosely twisted wool yarn spun from the fleece of Shetland sheep and used esp for sweaters
noun 1. a furrow, ditch, or trench. verb (used with object) 2. to plow or dig (a furrow, ditch, etc.). noun 1. (Scot, dialect) a ditch or trough
Heb. Shebher. (1.) The son of Caleb (1 Chr. 2:49). (2.) Heb. Sheva’, one of David’s scribes (2 Sam. 20:25).
- Sheva brachoth
/Hebrew ˈʃɛvɑ brɑˈxot; Yiddish ˈʃɛvə ˈbroxəs/ plural noun (Judaism) 1. the seven blessings said during the marriage service and repeated at the celebration thereafter 2. any of the celebratory meals held on the seven days after a wedding
[shev-erd-nahd-zuh; Russian shi-vuhrd-nah-dzuh] /ˌʃɛv ərdˈnɑd zə; Russian ʃɪ vʌrdˈnɑ dzə/ noun 1. Eduard A [ed-werd;; Russian ed-wahrt] /ˈɛd wərd;; Russian ɛdˈwɑrt/ (Show IPA), 1928–2014, Soviet foreign minister 1985–91; president of his native Georgian Republic 1995–2003. Shevardnadze /ˌʃɛvədˈnɑːdzə/ noun 1. Eduard (Amvrosiyevich). born 1928, Georgian statesman; president of Georgia (1992–2003); Soviet minister of foreign affairs (1985–91), […]