fruitful. (1.) The second wife of Caleb, the son of Hezron, mother of Hur, and grandmother of Caleb, who was one of those that were sent to spy the land (1 Chr. 2:19, 50). (2.) The ancient name of Bethlehem in Judah (Gen. 35:16, 19; 48:7). In Ruth 1:2 it is called “Bethlehem-Judah,” but the inhabitants are called “Ephrathites;” in Micah 5:2, “Bethlehem-Ephratah;” in Matt. 2:6, “Bethlehem in the land of Judah.” In Ps. 132:6 it is mentioned as the place where David spent his youth, and where he heard much of the ark, although he never saw it till he found it long afterwards at Kirjath-jearim; i.e., the “city of the wood,” or the “forest-town” (1 Sam. 7:1; comp. 2 Sam. 6:3, 4).
[ep-i-doo r-uh l, -dyoo r-] /ˌɛp ɪˈdʊər əl, -ˈdyʊər-/ adjective 1. Anatomy. situated on or outside the dura mater. noun 2. Pharmacology. . /ˌɛpɪˈdjʊərəl/ adjective 1. Also extradural. upon or outside the dura mater noun 2. Also called epidural anaesthesia adj. 1882, from epi- + dura (mater) (see dura mater). The noun meaning “injection into […]
noun 1. anesthesia produced by the injection of an anesthetic into the lumbar area of the spine in the space between the spinal cord and the dura, which eliminates sensation from the point of insertion downward, used especially in childbirth. epidural anesthesia n. Regional anesthesia produced by injection of a local anesthetic into the epidural […]
- Epidural block
epidural block n.
- Epidural hematoma
epidural hematoma n. See extradural hemorrhage.