[fred-rik;; Danish frith -rik] /ˈfrɛd rɪk;; Danish ˈfrɪð rɪk/ (Show IPA), 1837–1922, Danish politician and author: Nobel Peace Prize 1908.
bajith house, probably a city of Moab, which had a celebrated idol-temple (Isa. 15:2). It has also been regarded as denoting simply the temple of the idol of Moab as opposed to the “high place.”
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Contemporary Examples The top civilian official in bajour said more than 70 schools were destroyed. Into Taliban Country Steve Inskeep March 28, 2010 bajour residents said the economy has not recovered even to their modest standards. Into Taliban Country Steve Inskeep March 28, 2010 Too many people are still outside […]
abbreviation back at keyboard Historical Examples The guards goes first to git the truck ready to take us bak to the pen! Under the Law Edwina Stanton Babcock Other meanings of bak in Maya are “meat” and the partes pudendas of either sex. The Maya Chronicles Various He lays in sleep on sidewalks by bak’ry […]
to cook by dry heat in an oven or on heated metal or stones. to harden by heat: to bake pottery in a kiln. to dry by, or subject to heat: The sun baked the land. to bake bread, a casserole, etc. to become baked: The cake will bake in about half an hour. to […]