a less common spelling of shyly See shyly
noun 1. a thin slip or wedge of metal, wood, etc., for driving into crevices, as between machine parts to compensate for wear, or beneath bedplates, large stones, etc., to level them. verb (used with object), shimmed, shimming. 2. to fill out or bring to a level by inserting a shim or shims. noun 1. […]
noun 1. Tōson [taw-sawn] /ˈtɔ sɔn/ (Show IPA), (Haruki Shimazaki) 1872–1943, Japanese author.
the hearing prayer. (1.) One of David’s sons by Bathsheba (1 Chr. 3:5); called also Shammua (14:4). (2.) A Levite of the family of Merari (1 Chr. 6:30). (3.) Another Levite of the family of Gershon (1 Chr. 6:39). (4.) One of David’s brothers (1 Sam. 16:9, marg.).
(1.) One of David’s brothers (2 Sam. 13:3); same as Shimea (4). (2.) A Benjamite, a descendant of Gibeon (1 Chr. 8:32); called also Shimeam (9:38).