any of various symbiotic yellow-green or yellow–brown algae in the cytoplasm of certain radiolarians and marine invertebrates.
1889, from German (Brandt, 1881), from comb. form of Greek zoion “animal” (see zoo) + xantho- (see xanthous) + Latin suffix -ella.
a friend of Job. Job 2:11. Historical Examples Zophar hints, what is very true, that our judgment of our own conduct is imperfect. Expositor’s Bible: The Book of Job Robert Watson So the poem runs on to the end of the first answer to Zophar. Short Studies on Great Subjects James Anthony Froude Zophar had […]
zophah spreading out, a son of Helem (1 Chr. 7:35), a chief of Asher.
- Zophim, field of
zophim, field of field of watchers, a place in Moab on the range of Pisgah (Num. 23:14). To this place Balak brought Balaam, that he might from thence curse the children of Israel. Balaam could only speak the word of the Lord, and that was blessing. It is the modern Tal’at-es-Safa. (See PISGAH.)
a frieze having representations of people or animals.