ancient name of Aswan.
transliteration of the Ancient Greek name for Aswan
opening (Ezek. 29:10; 30:6), a town of Egypt, on the borders of Ethiopia, now called Assouan, on the right bank of the Nile, notable for its quarries of beautiful red granite called “syenite.” It was the frontier town of Egypt in the south, as Migdol was in the north-east.
noun 1. a granular igneous rock consisting chiefly of orthoclase and oligoclase with hornblende, biotite, or augite. noun 1. a light-coloured coarse-grained plutonic igneous rock consisting of feldspars with hornblende or biotite syenite (sī’ə-nīt’) A light-colored, coarse-grained igneous rock consisting primarily of alkali feldspar together with some mafic minerals, especially hornblende. Unlike most igneous rocks, […]
A symbolic generator and macro assembler by A.P. Ershov et al of Novosibirsk. For the BESM-6, M-220 and Minsk-22. [“SYGMA, A Symbolic Generator and Macroassembler”, A.P. Ershov et al, in Symbol Manipulation Languages and Techniques, D.G. Bobrow ed, N-H 1968, pp.226- 246].
abbreviation 1. Scottish Youth Hostels Association
noun, Scot. and North England. 1. sike.