strength; confidence, a place on the border of Judah, on the side of Mount Jearim (Josh. 15:10); probably identified with the modern village of Kesla, on the western mountains of Judah.
[ches-uh-peek] /ˈtʃɛs əˌpik/ noun 1. (italics) a U.S. frigate boarded in 1807 by the British, who removed part of its crew and impressed some members into British service: captured by the British in naval battle near Boston in 1813. 2. a city in SE Virginia. from an Algonquian language, perhaps literally “great shellfish bay.” Early […]
noun 1. a canal between N Delaware and NE Maryland, connecting the Chesapeake and Delaware bays. About 19 miles (31 km) long.
noun 1. an inlet of the Atlantic, in Maryland and Virginia. 200 miles (320 km) long; 4–40 miles (6–64 km) wide. /ˈtʃɛsəˌpiːk/ noun 1. the largest inlet of the Atlantic in the coast of the US: bordered by Maryland and Virginia Large bay on the Atlantic Ocean in the states of Maryland and Virginia.
noun 1. one of an American breed of retrievers having a short, thick, oily coat ranging in color from brown to a light tan. noun 1. a strongly built variety of retriever with a short thick, slightly wavy coat in straw colour, reddish gold, or brown