beyond. (1.). The third post-duluvian patriach after Shem (Gen. 10:24; 11:14). He is regarded as the founder of the Hebrew race (10:21; Num. 24:24). In Luke 3:35 he is called Heber. (2.) One of the seven heads of the families of the Gadites (1 Chr. 5:13). (3.) The oldest of the three sons of Elpaal the Benjamite (8:12). (4.) One of the heads of the familes of Benjamites in Jerusalem (22). (5.) The head of the priestly family of Amok in the time of Zerubbabel (Neh. 12:20).
- Ebenezer scrooge
[skrooj] /skrudʒ/ noun 1. Ebenezer [eb-uh-nee-zer] /ˌɛb əˈni zər/ (Show IPA) a miserly curmudgeon in Dickens’ Christmas Carol. 2. (often lowercase) any miserly person. /skruːdʒ/ noun 1. a mean or miserly person n. generic for “miser,” 1940, from curmudgeonly character in Dickens’ 1843 story “A Christmas Carol.” It does not appear to be a genuine […]
/German ˈeːbərˌhart/ noun 1. Johann August (joˈhan ˈaʊɡʊst). 1739–1809, German philosopher and lexicographer, best known for his German dictionary (1795–1802)
[ey-ber-hahrt, eb-er-] /ˈeɪ bərˌhɑrt, ˈɛb ər-/ noun 1. Richard, 1904–2005, U.S. poet.
[ey-bert; German ey-buh rt] /ˈeɪ bərt; German ˈeɪ bərt/ noun 1. Friedrich [free-drikh] /ˈfri drɪx/ (Show IPA), 1871–1925, first president of Germany 1919–25. /German ˈeːbərt/ noun 1. Friedrich. (ˈfriːdrɪç). 1871–1925, German Social Democratic statesman; first president of the German Republic (1919–25)