[el-ee-uh n, -on] /ˈɛl i ən, -ˌɒn/
Gertrude Belle, 1918–99, U.S. pharmacologist: Nobel Prize 1988.
Elion El·i·on (ěl’ē-ən, -ŏn’), Gertrude Belle. Born 1918.
American drug researcher. She shared a 1988 Nobel Prize for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout.
American pharmacologist who, with George Hitchings, developed drugs to treat leukemia and malaria, gout, herpes, and urinary and respiratory tract infections. She and Hitchings shared with Sir James Black the 1988 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine.
God his deliverance, one of David’s sons (2 Sam. 5:16); called also Eliphelet (1 Chr. 3:8).
[el-uh-faz] /ˈɛl əˌfæz/ noun 1. a son of Esau and Adah. Gen. 36:2–4. 2. a friend of Job. Job 2:11. God his strength. (1.) One of Job’s “three friends” who visited him in his affliction (4:1). He was a “Temanite”, i.e., a native of Teman, in Idumea. He first enters into debate with Job. His […]
God will distinguish him, one of the porters appointed to play “on the Sheminith” on the occasion of the bringing up of the ark to the city of David (1 Chr. 15:18, 21).
God his deliverance. (1.) One of David’s distinguished warriors (2 Sam. 23:34); called also Eliphal in 1 Chr. 11:35. (2.) One of the sons of David born at Jerusalem (1 Chr. 3:6; 14:5); called Elpalet in 1 Chr. 14:5. Also another of David’s sons (1 Chr. 3:8); called Eliphalet in 2 Sam. 5:16; 1 Chr. […]
[ee-lis] /ˈi lɪs/ noun 1. an ancient country in W Greece, in the Peloponnesus: site of the ancient Olympic Games. 2. the capital of this country. [ee-lahy] /ˈi laɪ/ noun 1. a Hebrew judge and priest. I Sam. 1–4. 2. Also, Elie [el-ee] /ˈɛl i/ (Show IPA). a male given name: from a Hebrew word […]