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a companion of Daniel. Historical Examples Abednego Danner was a professor of biology in a small college in the town of Indian Creek. Gladiator Philip Wylie His new lie took its cue from Abednego Danner’s expressions. Gladiator Philip Wylie Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego felt no pain in the fiery furnace. The Magic of the Middle […]
Archaic. . go abegging, to be unnoticed, unused, or unappreciated; find few supporters: New ideas often go abegging.
the second son of Adam and Eve, slain by his brother, Cain. Gen. 4. Sir Frederick Augustus, 1827–1902, English chemist: inventor of cordite. I. W. 1908–87, U.S. labor leader: president of the United Steelworkers of America 1965–77. Niels Henrik [neels hen-rik] /nils ˈhɛn rɪk/ (Show IPA), 1802–29, Norwegian mathematician. a male given name. Contemporary Examples […]
a city in ancient Palestine, east of the Jordan River: the home of Elisha. Judges 7:22; I Kings 4:12; 19:16. meadow of dancing, or the dancing-meadow, the birth-place and residence of the prophet Elisha, not far from Beth-shean (1 Kings 4:12), in the tribe of Issachar, near where the Wady el-Maleh emerges into the valley […]
abel-beth-maachah meadow of the house of Maachah, a city in the north of Palestine, in the neighbourhood of Dan and Ijon, in the tribe of Naphtali. It was a place of considerable strength and importance. It is called a “mother in Israel”, i.e., a metropolis (2 Sam. 20:19). It was besieged by Joab (2 Sam. […]