splendour; abundance. (1.) A Simeonite prince (1 Chr. 4:37-43). (2.) A son of Rehoboam (2 Chr. 11:20).

Historical Examples

When he concluded, ziza heaved a very deep sigh and closed her eyes.
Fighting the Flames R.M. Ballantyne

ziza smiled faintly, as she extended her hand to Willie, who took it and pressed it gently.
Fighting the Flames R.M. Ballantyne


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