a designation of Bildad (Job 2:11), probably because he was a descendant of Shuah.
noun, plural shuln [shooln, shoo ln] /ʃuln, ʃʊln/ (Show IPA). Yiddish. 1. a synagogue. noun 1. the Yiddish word for synagogue
noun 1. Donald Francis (“Don”) born 1930, U.S. football coach.
noun 1. an epithet meaning “princess,” applied to the bride in the Song of Solomon 6:13. noun 1. (Old Testament) an epithet of uncertain meaning applied to the bride in the Song of Solomon 6:13 the same, as some think, with “Shunammite,” from “Shunem:” otherwise, the import of the word is uncertain (Cant. 6:13; R.V., […]
- Shulchan aruch
/ʃʊlˈxɑn ɑrˈʊx; ˈʃʊlxən ˈɑʊrəx/ noun 1. the main codification of Jewish law derived from the Talmud, compiled by the 16th-century rabbi, Joseph Caro